The iPhone X has just dropped and it’s looking pretty sleek with its borderless display and that minimal camera notch up top. But, to get one you’d have to shell out a whole lot of money — US$ 999 to be precise.
Before you go off trying to sell your belongings to fund your iPhone lust, know that there are ways to get that iPhone look without spending.
In the last month, Apple brought us many wondrous things: a new iPhone which will cost an arm and a leg, improved ear pods that you’ll probably still lose, and a major iOS update.
Released today, iOS 11 is known as that Apple update which gives iPhone users a bunch of features most Android phones already have.
How do you make a good phone even better? By slapping on branding from one of the world’s most popular football clubs!
Companies love to exaggerate the potential of their products during keynotes, but sometimes, there are some real numbers to back up the claims.
Apple announced a number of new devices including the Apple Watch Series 3, Apple TV 4K, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, and this… the iPhone X. The iPhone X didn’t come as a surprise, because we already saw its leaks months ago. But, that doesn’t take away all the excitement it brought to Apple fans and smartphone enthusiasts alike.
New iPhones, fancy photography tricks, and a demo failure in front of millions — there was no shortage of things to talk about after Apple’s grand event. Less highlighted, however, was the company’s strong push for augmented reality (AR) games on mobile. There’s actually a good reason for that.
Earlier today, Sony revealed the pricing and availability for the Xperia XZ1 in the Philippines. While that’s all well and good, one phone didn’t get similar treatment, and that’s the smaller 4.6-inch version of the Xperia XZ1.