Nathan Gitter has the coolest use for the iPhone X facial scanning camera outside of Animoji and it’s called Rainbrow. That’s a new game where your eyebrows literally control how you move an emoji up and down the screen to collect stars. You have to avoid objects like cars and eight balls while trying to beat your previous high scores. You move by raising or lowering your eyebrows, and we found the game works much better when you aren’t wearing glasses. It’s simple to learn and is challenging enough to keep your interest, plus you get great looks from people who have no idea why you’re making faces at your iPhone. Rainbrow is a free download at Apple’s App Store.
The new iMac Pro from Apple signals a new approach to thinking about the Mac lineup.
Apple has big plans for proximity sensing technology in its products because it just invested US$390 million in VCSEL laser maker Finisar.
The iPhone X is a very special smartphone and deserves a very special case.
Apple made a new commercial by shaving off a hipster model’s beard a little bit at a time and assembling it stop-motion style into a video to demonstrate Face ID.
Apple Pay isn’t quite as smooth an experience on the iPhone X as it is on earlier iPhone models. There’s a trick to getting it to work reliably when you’re at the check out counter. Watch to learn what to do.
No guide can cover every single issue though, and if the problem keeps persisting you’ll want to bring it to Apple’s support team.
Here’s what John thinks of his new iPhone X.
You can finally buy an iPhone X unlocked and without a SIM card in the United States online and in Apple’s stores.
Want to switch apps faster on your iPhone X? Here’s how.
If you’re moving to the iPhone X from the iPhone 8, the differences will probably be noticeable. But if you had a plus-size iPhone, will the iPhone X feel smaller or bigger?
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to talk about ways to lock down your iPhone privacy, plus they look at the current state of Apple’s augmented reality experience.
With Reachability on the iPhone X, accessing Control Center is easier than you think. Come read this Quick Tip and find out how to use this one-handed Accessibility feature to bring everything closer to you!
It looks like Apple has its iPhone X production issues pretty much under control because shipping times for the flagship smartphone have dropped down to about a week.
There’s more than one way to quit apps on the iPhone X once you know the right gesture. It isn’t quite as smooth as quitting apps on an iPhone 7 or 8, which is kind of weird because it could be just as simple. Check out TMO’s video showing how app quitting works on the iPhone X.
They cover topics such as Animoji, how Face ID works in the dark, how it recognizes you no matter what you’re looking like today, and more.