Tag Archive: iPhone


Fix iOS 9.3 Activation Errors with New 13E237 Build for Older iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

Apple has released a new patched build of iOS 9.3 for users impacted by the Activation Error bug and presumably some of the other problems impacting some iOS 9.3 devices. The version remains as iOS 9.3 but includes a new build number, arriving as 13E237, and is available for older devices, including iPad 2, iPad … Read More [Read More…]

Fix iOS 9.3 Activation Errors with New 13E237 Build for Older iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

Apple has released a new patched build of iOS 9.3 for users impacted by the Activation Error bug and presumably some of the other problems impacting some iOS 9.3 devices. The version remains as iOS 9.3 but includes a new build number, arriving as 13E237, and is available for older devices, including iPad 2, iPad … Read More

FBI cracks San Bernardino iPhone without Apple’s help

The U.S. Department of Justice reportedly plans to remove all legal action against Apple after the FBI found that it was able to successfully hack the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone without assistance from Apple. Apple and the FBI have been fighting a very public legal battle over whether the government can force the iPhone-maker to […]

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Why iPhone Battery is Yellow, What the Yellow Icon Means, & How to Fix it

Have you ever wondered why the battery icon on iPhone is yellow sometimes? Wonder no more, because the yellow battery icon means the iPhone is in Low Power Mode. We’ll explain a little bit about this and how it works, and how to fix it if you want your green battery back. What the Yellow … Read More [Read More…]

Apple makes a lot more money when you upgrade to a 64GB iPhone

Upgrading to an iPhone with 64GB of storage will cost you an extra $ 100, but Apple actually only spends about a tenth of that to pay for the bigger memory chips. With the iPhone 6s and new iPhone SE both starting with a paltry 16GB, shelling out the extra cash for more space is practically […]

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iOS 9.3 bug turns links into iPhone crash bombs

If you have an iPhone running iOS 9.3, whatever you do, do not install the Booking.com app. iPhone users are reporting that an odd bug is affecting devices that upgraded to Apple’s newest software, even though it went through 7 different betas to fix glitches. The bug causes some apps to freeze and crash when […]

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iPhone 7s Plus may get curved glass body

The iPhone may finally ditch its metal casing in 2017 in favor of a new curved glass casing similar to the one found on Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge. Apple’s next big redesign of the iPhone is slated for next year, reports KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who claims in his latest note to investors that […]

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iPhone SE is a hit in China (but scalpers are worried)

The iPhone SE may look tiny, but it’s already become a big hit in China. Apple’s new iPhone doesn’t hit stores until March 31st, however, pre-orders for the iPhone SE have already topped 3.4 million in China according to early estimates that show the iPhone SE will be much better received than the iPhone 5c. […]

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iPhone and iPad Pro go small, Apple Watch pivots and iOS 9.3 is a must-try

Once again, Apple has refreshed its iPhone and iPad line with some better (albeit smaller) iOS devices, the iPhone SE and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. If you’re looking for all the details on these two new gadgets, or just want to know which is the right iPad or iPhone for you, be sure to grab […]

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Can FBI’s method open iPhone? Apple wants to wait and see

The FBI aren’t the only people interested in postponing court proceedings this week — Apple just requested a hold in its ongoing case in Brooklyn over a criminal’s locked phone. Magistrate Judge James Orenstein has already ruled in Apple’s favor, saying that the government could not compel the company to breach its own software. But […]

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