Apple iPhone 14 will come out of the box with Touch ID!According to a new leak, weeks before the introduction of the iPhone 13 family, the iPhone 14 is preparing to bring together the Touch ID and Face ID duo.
Apple is Stable on Face ID for iPhone, but Touch ID May Also Be Back!Technology giant Apple, according to Mark Gurman, has tested the integrated Touch ID for the iPhone 13 series. However, the final decision was in favor of Face ID. Here are the details; According to Mark Gurman's latest statement, Apple has seriously tested the Touch ID, on-screen fingerprint reading system, for the iPhone 13 series. However, the company did not find this process appropriate.
Netflix Launches Spatial Audio Support On iPhone and iPad!Popular TV and movie app Netflix has launched Spatial Audio support for iOS and iPadOS.
The iPhone 13 is Coming in the Third Week of September! Which Products Will Apple Introduce?Wedbush Securities analyst Daniel Ives has shared new details about Apple’s upcoming fall event. According to the information he conveyed, the event will take place in the third week of September.
Which Devices Will Apple Introduce In September?Apple will introduce many new devices with a new event in September 2021. Among them is the new iPhone series.
Apple Abandoned Million Dollar Litigation! So why?Unable to get the desired result in a lawsuit filed in 2019, Apple took a step back. The company gave up millions of dollars. Apple, which is quite conservative and closed about the ecosystem, is suing anyone who breaks its rules. Finally, the company, which is in a lawsuit with Epic Games, often has problems due to this attitude.
Important Statement from Apple Company: iPhone 13 Will Make a Show About Camera!Apple, which raises the bar every time with the iPhone models it offers to users, does not look for professional machines in its high-end camera devices. Now, the technology giant is before us with the camera experience it will offer with the iPhone 13.
Apple Will Control Photos on iPhone to Prevent Child Abuse!Apple takes a new step to prevent child abuse. The privacy-based company's photos, which will be added to iCloud, will be compared with images of child abuse previously saved in its database, and Apple will be able to notify the police when necessary.