Each year, fall ushers in a few certainties. Leaves change color and fall gently to the ground. And iPhone owners feel pretty sure that Apple has intentionally slowed down their smartphone, in a dastardly attempt to get them to upgrade… Read More ›
Trump’s top telecommunications official is calling on Apple to take a step to boost public safety in natural disasters. There’s just one problem: Apple says it can’t. Read more at CNN.
Imagine you’ve been detained at customs, waiting to cross the border. Or maybe you’ve been pulled over for a traffic violation. An officer waves your cellphone at you. “Look at this. Is this yours?” he asks. Read more at The… Read More ›
One of the major new features expected in the next iPhone is a new way to unlock the smartphone: with your face. Read more at The Los Angeles Times.
The one piece of sleep-enhancing tech I love best—Apple’s Bedtime feature—does nothing more than what your parents did when you were a kid. When evening turns to night, it tells you to go to sleep. Read more at Wired.
Apple’s first iPhone was released 10 years ago this week — on June 29, 2007. While it wasn’t the first smartphone, it leapfrogged far beyond the competition and launched the mobile revolution. Few industries or societies have been left unchanged…. Read More ›
Ahead of the iPhone’s 10 year anniversary, Shutterstock has outlined how the iPhone has revolutionized design and photography in 10 trends shaped by the iPhone. Read more at NetImperative.