KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo today made ten predictions related to the 2017 debut of the „iPhone 8,“ „iPhone 7s,“ and „iPhone 7s Plus,“ which are expected to be announced in September and launch sometime afterwards (via StreetInsider).
Kuo’s predictions today largely fall in line with all the rumors we’ve been hearing about the 2017 iPhones over the past few months, with a few new tidbits that suggest the iPhone 8 will be industry-leading in terms of its edge-to-edge design, come in limited color options, and that Apple may be removing Touch ID completely from the OLED smartphone.
A combination of leaked iPhone [...]
One of iOS 11’s boldest changes is the revamped, redesigned App Store that dramatically changes the look and feel of Apple’s app marketplace. Aimed at boosting app discovery, the new App Store doubles down on games and splits apps and games into their own sections for the first time.
We went hands-on with the new App Store to give MacRumors readers an idea of what to expect when iOS 11 rolls out to the public this fall.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. As seen in the video above, the iOS 11 App Store looks and feels quite a bit different than the iOS 10 App Store. In addition to separate tabs for Games and Apps, there’s [...]
Former software engineer Scotty Allen wanted to find out if it was possible to build an iPhone entirely from spare parts, so he decided to visit Shenzhen, China to see if he could collect all the requisite pieces.
As it turns out, it is indeed possible to build an iPhone from scratch using a hodgepodge of parts, as Allen demonstrates in the video below.
He built a like-new 16GB iPhone 6s using components that were purchased in the cell phone parts markets of Huaqiangbei, China. The finished iPhone 6s is fully functional and comes complete with a working Touch ID Home button because the logic board and the Home button were purchased together.