As always, there are tons of rumors ahead of the iPhone XI announcement that is expected to take place later this year. Now, a new report details more information about what the new iPhone will entail.
A couple of new reports claim that Apple is getting ready to remove 3D Touch from all of its 2019 iPhones. It’s also said to be bringing a new OLED manufacturer online, too.
The iPhone XR Haptic Touch feature will expand in function with future iOS updates. Here are all the details.
In an apparent attempt to get in on the iPhone prediction game, Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis has shared his ideas, and those of his team, relating to what the 2019 iPhone lineup could look like and which accessories could ship as well.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that a new 6.1-inch iPhone will be a cross between an iPhone X and an iPhone 8 later this year with the possibility that it may not ship with 3D Touch at all.
Here's how you can now enable and use PUBG Mobile with 3D Touch controls in iOS on compatible iPhone devices.
If you miss 3D Touch App Switcher multitasking gesture in iOS 11, you'll be pleased to know that it's coming back in a future update as confirmed by Apple's senior VP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi himself.
A new report suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature iPhone-like 3D Touch capability, this time expanding it to support the entire screen and not just the home button, as in the case of the Galaxy S8.
Google is getting ready to announce what it is believed will be not just one, but likely two new smartphones at an event scheduled for October 4th, and it now appears that there may be a distinctly iPhone-like feature coming to the newly renamed Pixel Launcher that is expected to run atop Android 7.1 the devices are expected to ship with. That new feature will seem instantly familiar to anyone who has used an iPhone 6s from last year or iPhone 7 from this year, although the way it is invoked may be slightly different in Google's case.
If you have a 3D Touch compatible iPhone, then iOS 10 looks all set to introduce a new feature that will afford you with the ability to prioritize the downloading and installation of apps when restoring from an iCloud backup.