15 years ago today, at Apple’s Macworld conference, Steve Jobs announced and presented the original iPhone. Featuring a 3.5 inch screen and working with the 2G network, some tech outlets suggested that this phone was nothing more than a gimmick and would fail for various reasons. These predictions turned out to be wrong, and nowContinue reading “Happy 15th birthday to the iPhone”
In my last blog post, I wrote about the newly launched iPhone SE 2 which has an iPhone 8 design with iPhone 11 internal specs. The new iPhone, however, does not have a plus variant, and buying the iPhone 8 Plus as an alternative budget iPhone is also harder considering Apple have stopped selling theContinue reading “iPhone SE 2 Plus delayed until the second half of 2021 likely due to coronavirus outbreak”
Yesterday Apple announced the iPhone SE 2. Whilst it is the successor to the iPhone SE, Apple refer to it as the iPhone SE, which could cause some confusion, but I’m honestly glad to see a successor to such a great phone.
The iPhone 6S was released in 2015 alongside iOS 9 and came preinstalled with it, and has since received updates all the way to iOS 13, becoming the oldest iPhone to support iOS 13 after Apple dropped support for the iPhone 6 and 6+ released in 2014 along with all other devices with less thanContinue reading “iPhone 6S in 2020 – still good?”
Many iOS users have had this issue before when trying to update their devices and it can be caused by a number of things.
Last year’s iOS 13 dropped support for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 and 6+, as well as the iPod Touch 6th generation and iPadOS 13 dropped support for multiple iPad models. This year, however, iOS 14 will be announced in the summer as will the devices the OS will — and won’t — support.
Apple have released their fourth update to iOS 13 and it hasn’t even been out for a month yet.
Several users have complained that after installing Apple’s iOS 13.1.2 update calls have been randomly dropping out or the phone loses its signal completely. Apple have now closed the signing window for all iOS versions older than 13.1.2, meaning that a downgrade to fix the issue is impossible unless you have saved SHSH blogs beforeContinue reading “iOS 13.1.2 being plagued by signal dropping issues”
If you ever want to replace the screen of your iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max, Apple won’t stop nagging you about it. For the first four days, a notification asking you to verify that you have a genuine Apple display will show. After those days have passed, the message will be movedContinue reading “If you replace the screen of your iPhone 11 with one of a third party, Apple will nag you about it”
If you’ve heard of how much of a buggy mess iOS 13 is at the moment to the point where Apple have already released 3 minor updates for it after its release, you may have been planning to downgrade to iOS 12.4.1. But now you can’t. Apple have stopped signing all iOS versions for iOSContinue reading “Apple no longer signing iOS versions other than 13.1.2 and 13.1, preventing downgrades”