Many iPhone 6 Plus owners have discovered that the phone can bend out of shape simply when stored in a snug front pocket for long periods. Online websites are already calling this 'bend gate', due to the phone's thin aluminum exterior. However, it's been reported that 'bend gate' can be solved by ensuring the middle of the phone is not subjected to a large prolonged force. Continue reading for another bend test video, pitting it up against the HTC One M8, Moto X and more.
For those who are new iPhone users, or just current owners who have never used TalkControl headphones before, these cool tips might come in handy. Activating Siri only requires you to tap and hold the center button on the attached remote, or simply tap to answer / end calls. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone diving into the world's deepest pool, Nemo 33 in Belgium.
Last year, the internet trolls at 4chan tried to convince iPhone owners that iOS 7 would make your iPhone waterproof, with a professionally designed infographic. Now this year, they're trying to do the same, mainly targeting iPhone 6 users, using a fake technology called Apple Wave. They want users to believe that by placing iOS 8 devices in the microwave will near instantly charge them. Continue reading for the full internet thread showing how things went down.
ArmorSuit's MilitaryShield iPhone 6 Screen Protector is currently being offered for just $.95 shipped with coupon code: EARLYOFF, today only, originally priced at $19.95 (code also works for iPhone 6 Plus version). MilitaryShield is equipped with "self-healing" properties to maximize the protection, which works to constantly eliminate minor scratches on the film. Product page - be sure you enter coupon code: EARLYOFF during checkout for the additional discount. Continue reading for more images and information.
Compatibility - Specifically designed for Apple iPhone 6 (4.7-Inch).
Vizzywig 4K app is made for those with more money than sense, as just tacking on a few hundred more dollars will get you a Panasonic Lumix GH4. This software claims that it's the "world's first mobile app that lets you capture, edit, and distribute 4K video." This is possible because instead of capturing video normally, it does so by shooting 4K-resolution photographs at a rate of 24 photos a second while recording synced audio on the side. iTunes Page. Continue reading for a actual 4K test footage shot with an iPhone and the app.
Before buying a used iPhone, make sure to have a spare power bank with cable on you to check and see if the device powers on, rather than just display "low battery". As you're about to see, the interior of this "iPhone" is quite empty to say the least, but it does have some illuminating features, literally. Continue reading for more pictures.
While there are plenty of weird cases in stores, these eight examples take things to the next level. Despite the strange designs, most of these cases would fit snugly in your pocket, except for the 3D Siri face, or so we think. With the iPhone 6 hitting stores next week, you can be sure that case manufacturers are already coming up with designs to top these. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of some useful cooking life hacks.
Reaction to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been mixed, and many people have accused Apple of playing catch up with rivals such as Samsung and HTC, rather than innovating. Ron Amadeo came up with an infographic titled 'Dear iPhone 6 users: Welcome to 2012' that has gone viral, listing many of Apple's latest features that have existed on the Nexus 4 Android phone for years. Fortunately, people have been more receptive of Apple Pay, the firm's mobile wallet payment system. Continue reading to see how HTC reacted to Apple's announcement yesterday.
Priced from $199 (16GB), the 6.9mm thick iPhone 6, complete with a new curved design, will be available in dark black and gold. Unlike previous models, this model features Apple Pay, the company's new payment system compatible with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch. It works by holding phone up to a generic card reader and pressing a finger on the TouchID button. The NFC chip is fitted across the top of the phone, with all details being encrypting and the system stores payment information securely. Continue reading for more hands-on images, another video and additional information.
Priced from $299 for the 16GB ($399 for 64GB and $499 for 128GB for on-contract price), the iPhone 6 Plus measures 7.1mm thick, has a 24-hour continuous use battery life, Apple's all-new A8 64-bit processor, an 8.0-megapixel iSight camera, and most notable of all, a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 Retina HD display. It will also come loaded with iOS 8, which features a new messaging app that lets you quickly send voice notes. Continue reading for more images, another video, and additional information.