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

How to check the battery percentage on the iPhone X

Checking the percentage of your iPhone’s battery can be very important. Especially when you’re on the go.  With iPhones previous to iPhone X, their was an option to show such information in Settings > Battery.  However, their is no such option on the iPhone X.  But there are three ways you can still check what percentage your battery is.  Here’s how: Option 1: Put the device on a charger (wired or wireless). Option 2: Ask Siri: “Siri, what is the battery percentage?” Option 3: Swipe down from the top to invoke Control Center.  The percentage will appear in the upper-right corner. That’s Click Here to Read more

Apple says some display grips are to be expected with OLED displays with iPhone X

“iPhone X is finally arriving to customers today, and with it comes the new 5.8-inch OLED screen that Apple calls the Super Retina display. iPhone X is the first model that uses this screen technology, and with it comes a few disclaimers,” Zac Hall reports for 9to5Mac. “Namely, Apple wants customers to expect color and hue shifting when using iPhone X at off-angles as a characteristic of the OLED display,” Hall reports. “Apple also says iPhone X has the best OLED display in the industry with the Super Retina display, but burn-in can still occur under certain circumstances.” “Apple also Click Here to Read more

Lines growing for official launch of in-store purchase of iPhone X

According to several sources, lines outside of Apple Stores around the world continue to grow in front of the official availability of the iPhone X for in store purchasing. Lines continue to grow in such counties as the United States, United Kingdom, Singapore, and others. The iPhone X is scheduled to be widely available this Friday for around $1,000.00.

iMore: The Best Damn iPhone Apple has ever made

“I’m spending a week with iPhone X as my primary device. So far, it’s the most fun I’ve had with any gadget since the original iPhone. I’m not being hyperbolic here,” Rene Ritchie writes for iMore. “There are shortcomings. There are things I’d love to see changed. But I can’t stop using it. The new display is beyond gorgeous. HDR is glorious. Fluid navigation gestures are sublime. Face ID is so fast I’m forgetting I have a passcode. Attention aware interactivity is the bomb.” “If you want a familiar iPhone experience, iPhone 8 is ready and waiting for you,” Ritchie Click Here to Read more

CNBC reviews Apple’s iPhone X: The Best Smartphone on the Market

“I’m glad I bought the iPhone X,” Todd Haselton writes for CNBC. “Apple provided me with a review unit on Monday and I’ve been using it as much as possible, specifically trying to hone in on Apple’s new features. You can unlock the iPhone X by looking at it, for example. It has a display that covers almost the entire front of the phone. The cameras are incredible.” “The iPhone X display is the best display I’ve ever seen on a smartphone,” Haselton writes. “Thanks to TrueTone, Apple’s display technology, the screen always shows the most accurate colors no matter Click Here to Read more

iPhone X passes Twin Test in Early Hands-on

( Helping to support Apple’s accuracy claims, a video published on Tuesday shows the iPhone X’s Face ID system reacting as intended, even when confronted with identical twins. In the beginning of the video, posted by Business Insider, one of the twins tries on sunglasses, a hat, a scarf, and then all three, challenging Apple’s assertions that Face ID can ignore those changes. The phone passes all four tests. When confronted with both twins sans any accessories, the phone unlocks for one of them but not the other, despite there being little difference between the two people. “I was pretty shocked Click Here to Read more

Apple fires engineer who worked on iPhone X because of daughter’s how-to video

“Apple has reportedly dismissed an engineer after his daughter’s iPhone X hands-on video went viral on YouTube,” Tom Warren reports for The Verge. “Brooke Amelia Peterson published a vlog earlier this week, which included a trip to the Apple campus to visit her father and see an unreleased iPhone X.” “Peterson now claims her father has been fired as a result of her video,” Warren reports. “In a tearful video, Peterson explains her father violated an Apple company rule by allowing her to film the unreleased handset at Apple’s campus.” “The video itself may have seemed like an innocent hands-on, Click Here to Read more

64GB iPhone X selling for $1,500.00 on average on eBay

“Demand for the iPhone X has been ‘off the charts,’ according to Apple, which led to the new device selling out in a matter of minutes,” Sarah Perez reports for TechCrunch. “Because of the scarcity of the hotly anticipated device, sellers have been scalping their pre-order confirmations on eBay, hoping to cash in on consumer demand.” “According to the latest figures from eBay, there were more than 1,200 listings posted on its site within 45 minutes of the pre-sales opening at 12 midnight PT today,” Perez reports. “We ran an ‘iPhone X’ search now, and found more than 4,480 live Click Here to Read more

After EquiFax Hack, some iPhone X orders being Held up

Some pre-order customers for the iPhone X are finding themselves being a victim of the recently discovered EquiFax hack that happened last month.  This is because some customers (or EquiFax itself) had elected to put a freeze on their credit when the credit company first announced the hack. For those customers who had a freeze on their account, they were denied an iPhone because of it. One such customer named Kevin Clark Tweeted as such when he found this out the hard way: Thx for nothing @CitizensOne for using @Equifax to check my credit. No iPhone X for me. @Equifax Click Here to Read more