Everything we do online is a performance. Tasked with artificially representing ourselves, it’s pretty much inevitable. The best way to get to know someone is IRL. But who has time for that? Luckily, there’s an easy hack for figuring out someone else’s interior life. Buried deep inside their phone are dark secrets…
Some of the biggest changes in iOS 10 are related to the lock screen. Swiping left and right now leads to the widgets screen and the camera. That means “slide to unlock” is dead, and you need to press the home button to actually get into your phone. If you want to undo some of these changes, here’s how to go about it.
Hordes of people will soon have a brand new iPhone 7 in their hands, and you know what that means: a lot of people will immediately screw it up. But while there will always be ways to completely destroy a new iPhone, Apple has designed the new device to withstand at least some physical stress.
After revealing the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple is finally releasing iOS 10 for everyone with a compatible device today. Of course you’re going to want to set aside some time for playing around with the new software, but if you want to get to the newest features right away, then these are (almost) all the extra tricks…
The new iPhone 7 costs $649—that’s more than a running, driving Jeep Cherokee off Craigslist. So really, you should probably not buy one (a new iPhone, that is. You should definitely buy an XJ). But there are still a lot of new features this iPhone offers over its predecessors that gearheads might find incredibly…
You’ll probably have to buy a new one.
It used to be relatively cheap and easy to upgrade to the latest iPhone. Just renew your contract and get a new phone. Now that carriers are phasing out contracts, however, getting your paws on an iPhone 7 is going to cost you. But it doesn’t have to break the bank.
To the surprise of exactly no one, Apple’s new generation of iPhones will not include a standard 3.5mm headphone input. The decision signals the demise of an audio port that’s been used for more than 100 years—and honestly, it’s about time. The death of the headphone jack is a very good thing. Hear me out.
I have heard that there is a lot of hype around the seventh-ish version of Apple’s telephone. I’m sorry to be so frank, but I don’t understand why every technology website (including Gizmodo) is covering it. Actually, telephones have existed for hundreds of years.
Most people just go along with whatever life hands them. No critical thought. For years I asked people, “Why do I need an iPhone?” Haven’t yet met the man nor woman who could give me a straight answer.
For nearly a decade, the iPhone has been the gold standard of mobile photography. No other company has come close to making a phone camera as consistently great as the iPhone’s. Now, Apple has once again established its dominance with the iPhone 7’s new camera.
Hello! Happy Apple day.
Digital photography is reliable, consistent, and increasingly easy to use. But when it fucks up, boy does it fuck up.
Apple just sent out press invites for its next major event. As expected, the event will take place on September 7. Like last year, the iPhone event will be at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
It doesn’t take long to learn the swipes and taps you need to get around your iPhone. Its intuitiveness is a major selling point, but there are some lesser-known gestures that aren’t immediately obvious that can be useful too. Here are 14 gestures you can use on your iPhone that you might not know about.
According to a new report from Mark Gurman, Apple will kill the iPhone’s physical home button in 2017. Don’t get it twisted, this isn’t the iPhone we’re going to see in a few weeks; it’s the iPhone after that. And killing the home button is a very sad idea.
NSO Group, a company that sells hacking services to governments so they can spy on journalists and dissidents, exploited gaping security holes in iPhone software, according to a report byLookout Security and Citizen Lab. But don’t worry: Apple just pushed a fix.