Ignore the iPhone X Naysayers….

“The Nikkei Asian Review wrote on January 29 and February 20 that Apple was ‘slashing’ production of the iPhone X from 40 million to 20 million units for the March quarter,” Chuck Jones writes for Forbes. “These made it appear that the iPhone’s March quarter demand was declining more than it usually does from the December quarter and that the X’s sales were disappointing.” “When you work through the numbers and compare them to previous March quarter’s new products, it shows that 20 million X’s is more in-line with historical results,” Jones writes. “The fall of 2017 was the first Click Here to Read more

PC Magazine reviews the iPhone X. How did it do? Read here!

“No phone has received as much attention this year as the iPhone X, and while some of this is due to the phone’s high price point, the iPhone X does live up to the hype; after using it for the past few weeks, I’ve been particularly impressed by its face detection and improved camera,” Michael J. Miller writes for PC Magazine. “Enough with the headphone jack Despite a couple of misses — I would still like to see a headphone jack — the iPhone X has proven to be fast, reliable, convenient, and probably the most exciting iPhone in years.” Click Here to Read more

Transfer data between an old iPhone and a new iPhone the simple way

Now that Apple has two new three new iPhones available, one maybe wondering how to get their information (including photos, contacts, etc.) from one iPhone to another. Their are two ways users can do this, and we’ll show you both. 1. Via iTunes: The below process is the same for both Mac and Windows. Plug in your old iPhone into a computer. Launch iTunes (if necessary). Find the iPhone icon either on the left side, or inside a button on the top of the window. Click on it. Select the SUMMARY option. In the BACKUP section, click the BACK UP NOW button. Wait for Click Here to Read more

Android Central reviews the iPhone X

“Face ID is awesome. I disabled my fingerprint sensor on the Note 8 to see whether Samsung’s iris scanner (which approaches the same security level as Face ID) could compete, and it just couldn’t. And while Samsung’s Face Recognition feature is indeed faster than iris scanning, it’s also much less secure,” Daniel Bader writes for Android Central. “The reliability has been close to perfect for me; whether indoors or in bright sun, the screen turns on as I take it out of my pocket, or I tap it once to turn on the display, lift it slightly towards me, and Click Here to Read more