"Iphone" Blogs & Blog Posts

Spencer E HoltawaySpencer E Holtaway

Graphic and spatial designer in London who likes some technology stuff.

 
Torsten Curdt's weblogTorsten Curdt's weblog

Talking about software development, travel and photography.

 
Appy Place -- The Appy Entertainment BlogAppy Place -- The Appy Entertainment Blog

The life of an iPhone games startup. By the developers of FaceFighter, Tune...

 
AppleInsiderAppleInsider

Covering everything related to Apple

 


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Haptic feedback has been a feature in iPhones for the past few years, but you wouldn't know it while you were typing -- even third-party keyboards either use it in limited situations (like SwiftKey) or ask you to pay up. Google is willing to st...

The U.S. Army has compared the production of future weaponry to Apple's creation of the iPhone as it searches for a contractor to design and produce next-generation rifles, with the hope the next gun created for the military will produce a similar le...

Apple's 2018 iPhone models -- particularly the XS line -- offered the first significant boost to 4G data speeds in several years, according to research firm OpenSignal.

Apple has made more stock of the iPhone SE available through the clearance section of its online store, giving users wanting to pick up the compact iPhone yet another chance to buy one from the company directly, though it is likely to be a short-live...

The iOS Notes app is a simple, yet powerful tool. From remembering your grocery list, to jotting down random musings while on the bus, to celebrity apologies, over the years it's worked its way into our lives in a number of surprising ways.   An...

Actions to revive Chinese iPhone sales aren't having much luck, at least not so far, but the next two months are more important if there is going to be a short-term turnaround in the country.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has promised his company will "take a look" at Absher, a Saudi government app with a feature letting men control the travel of their wives and daughters.