Caviar is known for their luxurious smartphones, but the iPhone X Tesla is the company’s first with an integrated solar panel on the back. The panels feed into a dedicated battery, which then provides charge to the iPhone’s battery at the push of a power button. Despite looking like a case, the panels are attached directly to the handset, increasing the thickness from the original’s 7.7mm to 16.2mm. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
The iPhone XI is set for release around this time next year, and many are looking forward to a notch-less design, but one thing it probably won’t have is a pop-up FaceTime camera. However, if you ever wanted to see what such a device would look like, this concept should do the trick. It also doubles as a projector that can project the UI onto just about any flat surface. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Not just a novelty app, Hawkeye Access was designed to let you use eye and face movements to control your iOS device hands-free. For people with motor impairments, you can simply browse any website using eye control, or even dictate searches and open popular websites right from the home page. Continue reading for another video and more information.
For most people, the iPhone XS camera would be enough for everyday use, but what happens if you compare it with a Canon C200 cinema camera? Photographer Ed Gregory decided to find out by mounting a standard 5.8-inch iPhone XS directly above a Canon C200 with a Sigma Art 18-35/1.8 lens (similar focal length to the iPhone) and placing them both on the DJI Ronin-S. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Seneo’s 10W Qi Fast Wireless Charging Pad not only is compatible with the iPhone X / Xs / Xs Max, but many more smartphones, all for $12.99 with coupon code: RQS46X5D, today only, originally priced at $19.99. Indicator lights let you know when the device is charged or charging – blue light for standby; green light for charging; blue and green light for fully charged status. Automatic temperature balance technology ensures that nothing overheats. Product page – be sure to enter coupon code: RQS46X5D during final checkout to receive the additional discount. Continue reading for another hands-on video, more pictures and additional information.
Photo credit: Isaiah Photo
The iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max will both hit Apple Stores on Friday, September 21st, but at least one person has already started lining up to get one on launch day. Meet Isaiah Stofferahn from Houston, Texas who is currently camping out in front of the Highland Village Apple Store. “Brought a lawn chair, you need to have it. Brought an umbrella because of the heat and that sun. I also have a jetboil with me, got some water. But the people here at the Apple Store are pretty cool. They provided some water for me when I needed it, too. I have some Mac and Cheese,” said Stofferahn. Continue reading to see day two of his adventures.
Travel photographer Austin Mann managed to get his hands on the iPhone Xs a few days before the units arrive at the Apple Store, and decided to take it on a trip to Zanzibar to see just how good the new camera system is. Just to recap, both the iPhone Xs and Xs Max sport 12MP dual rear cameras and a 7MP TrueDepth front camera capable of shooting 4K video as well as Smart HDR photos. Continue reading for more photo samples.
Photo credit: Phone Designer
The functionality of Apple’s iPhone notch is truly only good for displaying tiny bits of information, or at least for now, since few apps are truly making use of that space. Most developers are great at blending the notch display into the app, but the notifications are still displayed. Industrial designer “Phone Designer” has came up with a solution for this, and it’s a “wart” to replace the notch. As you can see, all of the equipment from the notch has been moved up slightly. Continue reading for more interesting images from around the web.
Apple officially announced its new iPhone line-up at a press event in Cupertino, Calif. Wednesday, replacing last year’s iPhone X with the iPhone Xs and Xs Max. Featuring 5.8″ and 6.5″ edge-to-edge OLED screens respectively, both models will be offered in silver, gold as well as space gray colors, with 64GB / 256GB / 512GB for storage. What sets these handsets apart from its predecessor is the company’s new A12 Bionic, which sports a 6-core CPU, a 4-core GPU and a dedicated neural engine that is optimized for artificial intelligence, machine learning applications, as well as augmented reality (AR). Continue reading for two more videos, pictures and information.
Say goodbye to the iPhone 8 / SE, and hello to the iPhone XR, Apple’s new entry-level smartphone. Priced at $749 and offered in black, silver, blue, yellow, as well as Product (RED) colors, it sports a 6.1″ Liquid Retina LCD display, an A12 Bionic chipset, a 12MP rear camera, and a 7MP TrueDepth front camera, which is also used for Face ID. Continue reading for another hands-on video, pictures and more information.