Apple and Samsung have finally put an end to their long-running patent battle whose central question was whether Samsung copied the iPhone. In a court filing today, they had reached a settlement.
South China Morning Post reports that LG Display has begun producing OLED display panels for Apple’s iPhone X Plus. The first batch of production may be ready to go before the September debut of the new iPhones. This also means that LG will soon become Apple’s second largest OLED screen supplier.
Now that iOS 12 has been released for Public beta testing, let’s go through how to sign up for beta testing and how to install it safely.
Following the consumers’ complain on the MacBook Butterfly Keyboard that they have experienced where keys will become unresponsive, so Apple responded the problem by launching a new MacBook and MacBook Pro free keyboard repair program.
Coming in with a build number of 16A5308e on the iPhone 6s, this beta brings buttery smooth animations and many UI tweaks. With that being said, let’s check out what’s new!
Coming in at around 170 MB, with a build number of 15G5072a, on the iPhone 7+. This update seems to be a purely under the hood improvements and fixes kind of release. Nevertheless, let’s dive in!
Although Apple has promised that AirPower will be available in 2018, but a specific date wasn’t given to us. However, a new report from Chinese site QQ indicates that the wireless charging mat would be released in the next three months…
Apple has seeded the 2nd beta for the approaching iOS 11.4.1 update, allowing developers to explore and evaluate any changes. This comes only two weeks after the launch of the first beta, which focused on improving performance and bug fixes, and it is expected that this beta attempts to do a similar thing, as no new features have been uncovered yet.
Apple has requested that its suppliers should manufacture 20% fewer components used to create the iPhones that will be released in the latter half of this year, suggesting that Apple may now be taking a cautious approach to iPhone shipments in 2018.
According to a Fast Company report, future versions of Apple Watch will use solid-state side buttons instead of physical buttons that you need to press for, and it can provide haptic feedback through the Taptic Engine vibration engine.