Check out the video below showing the 2015 iPhone 6s compared to the 2017 Galaxy S8 in a speed test. Shared on a popular YouTube channel PhoneBuff, the clip lets us take a look at how fast the old iPhone is.
German hackers from Chaos Computer Club tricked the iris scanner on the Galaxy S8. They managed to unlock the phone with the help of a printed photo and a contact lens, which means almost anyone can bypass Samsung’s security system and get access to the phone and sensitive data stored on it.
Benjamin Geskin has shared new images showing what appears to be the OLED iPhone 8 dummy unit. You can take a look at them below.
Apple has released a series of new commercials targeted at those who are planning to switch from their Android phone to the iPhone. The ads highlight the benefits of using the iPhone and are available on Apple’s official YouTube channel and below.
According to the latest report from reliable insiders, Samsung has signed a deal with Apple to supply OLED displays for the upcoming iPhone models. The phone will be called the iPhone 9 and come with 5.28-inch and 6.46-inch displays, both of which will be OLED, reports The Korea Herald citing The Bell.
According to the latest report from UBS analyst Steven Milunovich, the entry-level iPhone 8 model will cost $870. The model with a maximum amount of storage will cost $1070. The information comes from a research note obtained by Business Insider. Since this is not the information shared directly by Apple, we should take it with a few pinches of salt.
According to the latest research note from an RBC Capital Markets analyst Amit Daryanani, Apple’s market cap may reach one trillion dollars within next 12 to 18 months. The main reasons for the rise of Apple’s market valuation are anticipation for the rumored OLED iPhone 8 and growth in the Services category driven by Apple Music, Apple Pay and other services the company provides to its customers.
Apple has stopped offering a free three-month trial for Apple Music in Australia, Spain, and Switzerland. Instead, the company is charging those who want to become the streaming music service subscribers a little sum of money.
It is Sunday today, so let’s take a look at the most interesting articles of the last couple of days.
Most of the posts this week deal with the next-generation iPhone lineup, 10.5-inch iPad Pro that is expected to be unveiled at the WWDC conference in June, and new versions of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra 10.12. There are also some articles about Apple Park and refreshed MacBooks that may appear in June.
Elias Limneos has recently shared a video showing his iPhone detecting several NFC devices. In the future the developer will release a jailbreak tweak that will add this feature to any compatible iPhone.
Several images showing what appears to be manufacturing molds for the upcoming iPhone 8, iPhone 7s, and iPhone 7s Plus have been shared on the Chinese social network Weibo. The images hint at the design of the back panel these devices may get, but we should take them with a few pinches of salt. The origin of these photos is unknown.
Duncan Sinfield has shared a new drone video showing Apple’s new headquarters at dusk. The short clip is one of the most beautiful among all other videos posted by Sinfield. You can take a look at it either below or on YouTube.
Security researcher Adam Donenfeld will soon release a kernel exploit for iOS 10.3.1. The information about firmware vulnerabilities may be used to create the jailbreak of this iOS version. The researcher says he won’t release a tool for jailbreak himself, but may help those who decide to do this.
Federico Viticci and Sam Beckett have created a beautiful iOS 11 concept for the iPad Pro. The concept lets us take a look at some of the long-awaited features Apple may introduce with the release of the next firmware version.
According to Taiwanese supply chain insiders, Apple is increasing the production of the rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro. This means that the release of the tablet within next couple of months is possible.