On the company's new support page , Apple let the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max users will see an "Important Display Message" if they choose to replace their screens with a third-party one. Replacements not performed by Apple, authorized service providers , or certified technicians might not follow proper safety and fix procedures and could result in improper function or issues with display quality or safety.
The physical alert slider and the power/lock button are where we prefer them, on the right side. But it is also smaller-6.55-inches vs. 6.67-inches for the 7 Pro-and offers both a lower resolution (2400 x 1080 vs. It will retain the 48MP sensor from the OnePlus 7 , but will come with a wide angle 16MP camera along with a 12MP sensor. The camera app also has a dedicated macro mode thanks to the new lens.
Playing Mario Kart Tour on the phone is vastly different from playing on the Nintendo console or any other mobile racing game for that matter. The destinations will rotate every two weeks, which means the current location, inspired by NY, will only be available until October 9 before being changed for another city.
The iOS 12.4.2 update can be downloaded over the air by going to the general section of the Settings app and tapping the Software Update section. A bug in iOS 13 and iPadOS has been found, and it lets third-party keyboards get full access permissions even without user consent. The company says it plans to fix a keyboard issue in an upcoming software update though it hasn't outlined a version or release date.
The midnight green version of new iPhone 11 smartphones is facing a shortage in Taiwan's market because of strong consumer interest in the color, which is being used for Apple smartphones for the first time, distributors said Friday. The message can be seen in the About section under Settings. The company alerted iPhone 11 owners to the message in a new support note that explains how a non-genuine display can impact certain functions and why it's taking an approach that doesn't stop ...
The basic premise is simple: pay a monthly subscription for access to a curated catalog of apps, with new apps and games added every month. A ticket icon next to an item in the Play store indicates whether it's part of the program, and all the Play Pass apps and games are aggregated on a single tab, without ads.