5 Best Sports Games For iOS

You must be enjoying a lot of sports games on your iPhone/iPads on a daily basis, but there are many other interesting games for football, boxing and more that you need to check out right away. Here’s a list of the 5 best sports games for iOS which include all the action and thrills of successful sporting franchises. Whether you seek the excitement of racing or looking for something new, these games are bound to keep you hooked on to your seat. Read More

2019 iPhones Will Have Improved Camera Sensors For Photography

A new leak for the next generation of iPhones has come up online which gives us more insight into what’s in store for the potential future buyers. We are looking at a completely redesigned iPhone with the best in class camera technology that will likely be available by the end of next year. The leak speaks about the use of Sony’s 3D Camera sensors which has never been seen on an iPhone before and will probably bring in luck for the company in 2019. Read More

Netflix Removes In-App Subscription on iOS For New Users

iOS users can no longer get a new subscription inside the Netflix App as the media streaming giant has decided to cut off their payment integration with iTunes. The decision is not surprising because users were charged more than advertised for the various plans and Netflix is willing to make a commitment for the best of everyone by removing this feature and is keeping the users in a safe space. Read More

The New AT&T Charger Will Power Both iPhone And Apple Watch

Great news for Apple fans who have been wishing for a single charger for all their Apple devices as AT&T is working on a similar prototype which is basically a dual charger for iPhone and Apple Watch. The charger has been spotted on FCC Federal Communications Commission which includes all the documentation for the device. The telecommunication company calls it the “Power Drum Wireless Charger & Apple Watch Power Bank.” Read More

Android Users Are Switching To iPhone XR

A recent report by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) shows that a large number of Android users have started moving to iPhone XR owing to the cheaper price of the smartphone. Compared to the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, this less expensive iPhone has been more popular among the crowd even though the sales haven’t been on the rise for Apple as seen from multiple statistics this year. Read More

Apple Music Users Can View Their Listening Insights For 2018 With This New App

There is a good news for all the listeners of Apple Music who always wanted to see which songs they have been listening to over the past one year. A third party App named “Music Year In Review” developed by NoiseHub will provide you all the information on your music streaming on Apple Music for 2018 and also tell you which tracks are on top of your listening history. Read More

iOS 12.1.2 Update Is Causing Cellular Data Problems

The recent update for iOS 12 has affected many iPhone users and they have complained on social media about the issues faced by them. Basically, the second build of iOS 12.1.2 has rendered the iPhones useless as people using it cannot send and receive messages and make calls because the cellular data no longer works. As soon these users went for the update, it literally made the iPhone a dummy. Read More

Top 5 Survival Games For iPhone XS And iPhone XS Max

Survival games are the best way to test your skills and strategies and see how you can put them to use in tough situations. These games not only keep you on your toes with all the nerve-wrecking survival tasks but also gives you the thrill and excitement to be the best version of your character in the game and survive longer. Whether you like more of action, adventure or just simply need to unwind, we have made a list of the five best survival games for iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Read More

Instagram Reverts Back To The Default Scaled Model On iPhone XS Max

Instagram users on iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR observed a strange behaviour on the App suddenly after the recent update. The App for the photo-sharing platform looked unusual and all the icons seemed to be bigger just like how it was before the Instagram fixed the problem for the new iPhones. Unfortunately, the company seems to have done it on purpose as it could not run the App on iPhones running older versions of iOS. Read More

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