Tag: iPhone Xr

OpenSignal Report Highlights 4G Data Speed Difference Between iPhone 5s and iPhone XS

A report from OpenSignal highlights the difference between older and newer iPhones in terms of data speeds. The report highlights that while consumers are holding on to their phones for longer, they are missing out on the faster data speeds offered by newer iPhones. Owners of iPhone 5s or iPhone 6 are not able to […]

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IDC: iPhone Shipments in China Dropped Almost 20% in Q4 2018

Apple had what some might call a good news/bad news situation in the fourth quarter of 2018. Surprisingly, the iPhone wasn’t the good news. It is not a secret that the iPhone sales did not light a fire under people in the fourth quarter of 2018. Tim Cook had some thoughts on why that was […]

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Apple Showcases Depth Control in iPhone XS and iPhone XR in New Video

Apple is a fan of showing off the features of its iPhone lineup in quick videos, and it has added yet another one to the growing library. On Thursday, Apple uploaded a single video to its YouTube channel, promoting the depth control feature present in the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. […]

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Facebook iOS App Finally Supports Native Screen Resolution for iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, and New iPad Pro

Apple launched new hardware in late-2018, but for some of those devices Facebook has been late to the support train. As was first noted on Thursday by 9to5Mac, however, the wait is finally over. Specifically if you own an iPhone XS Max, the iPhone XR, or picked up a new iPad Pro. The Facebook iOS […]

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Apple reportedly plans 3-lens and laser 3D cameras for 2019-2020 iPhones

While it’s hardly surprising that Apple is planning sequels to the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max, the specifics of their new features are still the stuff of rumors and speculation. A new Bloomberg report claims, however, that major iPhone camera improvements are in the works for 2019 and 2020, with an iterative […]

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Tim Cook Discusses Reasons Why There Are Fewer iPhone Upgrades

Apple has a plan to help combat slacking iPhone sales in some international markets, but it may take a bit more than that to right the iPhone ship. Following Apple’s latest quarterly earnings report, Tim Cook, the company’s CEO, sat on the phone and discussed some of the finer details. While Cook isn’t going to […]

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Apple’s Q1 2019 earnings call: iPhone revenues fell 15% despite 19% growth elsewhere

After releasing first-quarter 2019 financial results today, Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri hosted their quarterly live question-and-answer session for financial analysts. We are covering the session live, with updates below in chronological order as the call proceeds. This article is being updated while the event is in progress. Please refresh the page for the latest details. […]

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Apple Shares ‘Shot on iPhone XR – Experiments II: Full Circle’ Which Used 32 iPhone XRs

The iPhone XR has a powerful single camera system, and Apple is really showing it off in its latest video. After uploading a video showing behind-the-scenes editing skills of the iPad Pro, Apple has published another video, this time for the “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign. In this video, which is entitled, “Shot on iPhone […]

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Apple Now Promoting Monthly Payments and Trade-Ins Towards iPhone XS and XR

Is the iPhone XS and iPhone XR doing well? Apple says they are. Especially the iPhone XR — which is backed by third-party data. That isn’t stopping the company from trying to get more people to buy either handset, though. As we have seen recently, Apple is heavily promoting both the iPhone XS and iPhone […]

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Verizon’s Visible Network is Now Carrying Several Different iPhone Models

In early 2018, Verizon introduced a brand new MVNO option for folks who would like to use Verizon’s network, but not necessarily sign up for the service. At the time, Visible didn’t actually offer any devices directly. You simply just had to bring your iPhone to connect to the network. However, it did start at […]

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