HomePod will receive OTA updates via the iOS Home app

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New information arrives regarding the Apple HomePod audio speaker. The new device coming out next week will be updated with new firmware released by the Cupertino company. Updates will take place “over the air” through the iOS Home app. As with most Apple products, the HomePod will also receive software updates. The device will, in fact, be constantly […]

Apple confirms: the next version of iOS will solve the link problem that blocks the Messages app

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Apple has confirmed that it will solve the annoying problem of the link that blocks the Messages app on iPhone and iPad with a software update that will be released next week. Probably the company of Cupertino refers to iOS 11.2.5, arrived almost at the end of its beta testing period Apple might release not only iOS 11.2.5 but […]

Is your iPhone slower and slower? It could be the fault of the worn-out battery

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According to numerous reports on Reddit, Apple’s iOS would use a kind of low-performance mode, with a CPU downclock, to avoid sudden restarts of devices with worn batteries. The Reddit TeckFire user posted the Geekbench results before and after replacing the battery on a used iPhone 6s. Before replacing the battery, the device achieved a single-core score of 1466 and 2512 in […]

Face ID does not work after updating to iOS 11.2? A restart solves the problem

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Following the update to iOS 11.2, some users with iPhone X have complained about a problem with Face ID. This firmware was released in a rush because in the previous version there was a bug, called by all “Bug of 2 December”, which caused endless respring every 30 seconds starting from 2 December morning. The […]

The iPhone X 4K camera compared with a $ 2000 Panasonic GH5: Here’s the test [Video]

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The new iPhone and iPhone 8 Plus cameras are really great. They can record in 4K at 60fps or in slow motion at 1080p and 240fps. In a new video, the Fstoppers photoblog wanted to test the video recording capabilities of the iPhone X, comparing recordings with a Panasonic GH5 4K professional camera. This camera has 20 MP […]