Some people have been experiencing an iPhone XS hotspot bug (or maybe just one person). In any case, the issue was solved.
Here’s how to add the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max adjustable depth of field effect to your photos on older iPhone models.
Apple released a new commercial Friday called Growth Spurt. It has a catchy tune (“Catch My Breath” by Confidence Man) and some cool effects, but I don’t love it. I think it’s because I don’t buy into the central premise of the piece—that the things you take a picture of grow in real life—and how that directly connects to the iPhone XS Max’s existence. And to be fair Apple brings it home in the fadeout shot as the iPhone XS Max grows larger behind the iPhone XS. I usually love Apple’s spots, so this is a rare miss for me. What do you think?
Dictating which news you’re allowed to see stems from Facebook’s corrupted business model. Apple, in contrast, does things in a very subtle, different way. Which company shall endure?
The new iPhones introduced eSIM technology into the line for the first time. But you can’t use two CDMA SIMs in your device.
Those who have an iPhone X have little incentive to upgrade to an iPhone XS. But the iPhone XS Max appears to be a winner. At least until pre-orders start for the iPhone XR.
Apple has a five minute video tour showing you how to navigate iPhone XS/XS Max/XR (and really, iPhone X, too). It’s straight forward and easy to follow. If you have any questions about how to use an iPhone without a Home button, this video should give you answers.
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There are a specific number of steps to take in a certain order to ensure you don’t lose any information when you pair a new Apple Watch.