The current iPhone SE model is great for those who do not require an A11 Bionic processor or dual rear cameras, and this successor aims to follow that trend. Featuring a bezel-less OLED display with a notch up top for the true-depth cameras, a single rear camera, and most likely a Bionic processor to handle all that is iOS 11. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Apple has officially filed a US patent application for a "foldable electronic device with a flexible display," and it could be the next-generation iPhone, which would take on Samsung's upcoming flexible smartphone. The application states that it "may be a laptop computer, a tablet computer, a cellular telephone, a wristwatch, or other electronic device." Continue reading to see the patent and for more information.
Analysts claim that Apple will release two more iPhones, based on the iPhone X, next year, and they could be the X Plus / X SE. The larger model will take on the Galaxy Note 8 / Note 9, and will hopefully add Apple Pencil compatibility. You should also expected an updated A11 Bionic CPU, more RAM, and most definitely, better cameras. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Let's face it, some people may not require all the features found in the iPhone 7 / 8 / X, and would rather get a smaller handset, like the SE. Well, that model is long overdue for a refresh, and it could look like the S Concept above. Featuring a 4.7 inch Full HD OLED display, an octa-core proecessor, and a 20MP camera, all packed into a 6.5 mm form factor. Continue reading for another picture and more information.
We all know that Apple will once again refresh the iPhone lineup next year, but is that going to mean an all-new handset, or just new sizes? Only time will tell. However, this designer gives us a preview of what an ultra slim iPhone 11 could look like, complete with an all glass face, Face ID and True Depth sensors beneath the OLED display, which rids of the notch. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will launch two new iPhone X models with OLED panels in 2018. Unlike the model released earlier this month, Apple may use more stainless steel around the case of the handset, which means slight visual changes to the iPhone X successor. Martin Hajek gives us a preview of one such model. Continue reading for more pictures. and information.
Shot by photographer Ryan Earl and filmmaker Nick Arcivos of AmnesiArt, "Made in Paris" is a short film about a French pastry chef Elise Lepinteur, a protegee of another famous pastry chef, Christophe Adam of Paris, France. "We produced and edited this short piece in only 4 days with the help of monopods and gimbals (DJI Oslo Mobile and Zhiyun Smooth Q). For the macro shots, we used iPro Lenses by Schneider Optics," AmnesiArt told PetaPixel. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how to dry a shirt in 30-seconds.
Anker's Karapax Case keeps your iPhone X safe with military-grade protection, and it's being offered for just $7.99, today only, originally $15.99. Anti-Fingerprint, Anti-Scratch and Anti-Slip technology, combined with a carbon fiber texture for shock absorption all protect your phone against the wear and tear of daily life. Responsive button covers and precise cutouts offers quick and easy access to your phone. Product page. Continue reading for an unboxing video, more pictures and information.
Three thieves in hoodies driving a white Dodge van broke into a UPS truck Wednesday while it was delivering to a San Francisco Apple Store. It was carrying 313 of the new 64GB iPhone X devices, and the theft happened between 11:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. PST. The total value of the stolen merchandise was estimated to be more than $370,000, but according to some reports, Apple will be able to deactivate these handsets via their IMEI number. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Got your wireless charger and case ready for Friday? If so, then these iPhone X unboxing and first impression videos should hold you over until your handset arrives. It may not be an in-depth review, but you'll get a first look at how Face ID works, the many animated emojis, and last, but not least, how the camera stacks up to those found in the Pixel 2 XL and Galaxy S8. If you're one of the lucky ones to try out the phone today, the first thing you'll notice is that most apps have not yet been updated for the notch up top, but this should be fixed in coming weeks. Continue reading for three more videos, hands-on pictures and additional information.