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How Apple has designed the iPhone 11 for everybody

17:48 22 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Last year's iPhone XR was a good phone, but the 2019 iPhone 11 is a standout. It has enough new features that it's going to tempt people who would otherwise have gone for the more expensive models. Here are our pick of the top reasons why iPhone 11 is superb.

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How Apple has designed the iPhone 11 for everybody

17:48 22 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Last year's iPhone XR was a good phone, but the 2019 iPhone 11 is a standout. It has enough new features that it's going to tempt people who would otherwise have gone for the more expensive models. Here are our pick of the top reasons why iPhone 11 is superb.

Weekend deal roundup: Apple Watch 5, iPads, Macs up to $700 off

00:56 22 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Weekend Apple deals are delivering cash savings on everything from the Apple Watch Series 5 to Vega MacBook Pros and iMacs. Many of the markdowns at top Apple Authorized Resellers are in addition to bonus perks, such as free expedited shipping and no interest financing offers.

Camera comparison: iPhone 11 versus iPhone 11 Pro

21:44 21 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

The differences between the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro's camera systems are less than we're used to in previous models, but there are still differences that are worth investigating. We took to a pair of iPhones out into the world to see how they really stack up against each other.

How to force restart your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max

19:59 21 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

The steps you need to take to force restart your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max are different if you're used to an iPhone with a Home button. Here's how to do it.

Patent troll using 2018 patent to sue Apple over 2014 Shortcuts technology

15:33 21 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Aftechmobile claims that with the design, implementation and use of the Shortcuts app, Apple infringes its patents regarding mobile application development software -- but it appears to be using a patent that was filed for and issued after Apple's first use of the technology.

Apple sued over AirPods recharging & connectivity patents

14:01 21 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Handsfree headphone maker Pinn claims that AirPods knowingly infringe multiple patents do with operation, recharging in a case, use of a smart phone, and how they connect to a host device.

US government grants Apple requests for Mac Pro tariff relief

04:16 21 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

The U.S. Trade Representative's office on Friday lifted tariffs levied on certain computer parts imported from China, a move that also granted in part Apple's request for a reprieve on Mac Pro parts.

Free up cash for the new iPhone 11 and Apple Watch 5 with these trade-in deals

03:10 21 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Now that the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, Apple Watch Series 5 and 7th generation iPad have hit store shelves, customers looking to pick up the latest hardware can free up cash by trading in their used devices, all while securing an exclusive trade-in bonus.

Contradictory iPhone 11 Pro drop tests reveal easily breakable/highly durable glass

02:59 21 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

A pair of drop tests conducted hours after iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max launched on Friday reveal very different results concerning handset durability, with one evaluation seeing the 5.8-inch version's front glass crack from about three feet off the ground.

iPhone 11 Pro review - Buy for the better camera, stay for the battery life

23:13 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Before the release of iPhone 11 Pro, Apple took a lot of heat for what was predicted to be a very minor iteration over last year's iPhone XS. What was actually delivered is anything but inconsequential.

Hands-On With the New iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Max

23:00 20 Sep - MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - Front Page

It's iPhone launch day, which means the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max are now in the hands of customers. We picked up a new iPhone 11 and an iPhone 11 Pro Max for an unboxing and quick first impressions overview to give MacRumors readers who are still considering a purchase or waiting on their new phone a look at the updated devices. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Our iPhone 11 Pro Max is in midnight green, the popular new color that sold out within just a few minutes after preorders went live. Midnight green is greener on camera than it looks in real life, and in some lighting, it's quite similar to space gray. This is the first new color Apple has introduced for its high-end iPhone in years, and it's a rather safe choice because of its subtlety. There's also a new matte finish on the Pro models, which gives them a frosted look. Apple introduced two new iPhone 11 colors this year: purple and green. Our iPhone 11 is the purple color, which is a soft lavender shade that's quite pretty. Unboxing the new iPhones is standard procedure and there's nothing that jumps out as new, but the iPhone 11 Pro Max (and the 11 Pro) come with a new 18W USB-C charger and a USB-C to Lightning cable instead of the traditional 5W charger. With that new 18W cable, the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max support fast charging right out of the box. You can charge an iPhone 11 Pro or Pro Max to 50 percent in 30 minutes. The iPhone 11, of course, supports the same fast charging, but it still ships with a 5W charger and a standard USB-A to Lightning cable. The iPhone 11 Pro Max is heavier than the iPhone XS Max, and just a bit thicker. The extra weight isn't too noticeable, but it's worth noting that the Pro Max is Apple's heaviest iPhone to date. All that weight is attributable to a thicker, heavier battery and a major increase in battery life - the iPhone 11 Pro Max lasts 5 hours longer than the XS Max, and the 11 Pro lasts 4 hours longer than the XS. Apple's iPhone 11 also has a longer battery life than the previous-generation iPhone XR, but it's just an hour longer because the XR already had pretty awesome battery life. The iPhone 11 Pro Max looks similar to last year's iPhone XS Max from the front, but the back stands out because of the new triple-lens camera system and the relocated Apple logo, which is now in the center. There was some chatter that the logo was relocated for bilateral wireless charging, but that's ultimately not a feature that the iPhones launched with. There's also a new dual-lens camera in the iPhone 11, so it too looks different from last year's iPhone XR. The new camera in both iPhones is an ultra wide-angle camera lens that lets you get super wide shots for landscapes, taking photos of architecture, and, well, anything else. It's a neat new camera feature and we're going to delve into it more in a dedicated camera video. Perhaps the most interesting new camera feature is the new Night mode, which is designed to take crisp, clear shots in low lighting conditions using machine learning and photo aggregation techniques. We'll be testing this out later too, but so far, it looks promising. When it comes to the display, the iPhone 11 features the same LCD display as the iPhone XR, but the Pro has a Super Retina XDR display capable of 1200 nits of peak brightness, which is going to be noticeable when it comes to HDR. It's not a big difference, though. The iPhone 11 display isn't as good as the iPhone 11 Pro's display, but it's definitely good enough for most people given the iPhone 11's much lower price point. 3D Touch is gone in all of the new iPhones this year, replaced with Haptic Touch. Haptic Touch does a lot of what 3D Touch does, but it's an adjustment because there's no pressure sensitivity. Apple says Face ID is 30 percent faster in the new iPhones, and it does seem quicker. Face ID is also supposed to work from more angles, but it still doesn't seem to work from flat on a desk and it still needs to be pointed in the general direction of your face. All of the new iPhone models use an updated 12-megapixel front-facing camera and there are some notable updates. You can turn the iPhone to landscape mode to capture a wider shot, which is great for group selfies, and there's a new slo-mo camera so you can capture what Apple calls "Slofies." On the iPhone 11, since there are now two cameras, Portrait mode works with all kinds of objects and not just people like it did in the XR. Apple introduced a new A13 chip in the 2019 iPhones, but last year's iPhones were so quick that it's tough to notice a difference in performance in real-world everyday usage. When it comes to gaming, photography, and AR, though, you may see some faster speeds. All in all, the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max aren't wildly different from last year's devices in terms of design and internal components, but the camera has received some major updates that really set these new iPhones apart from last year's models. Those who are heavily into iPhone photography might want to update, but the camera-focused update may not appeal to the average user who already has an iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, or even an iPhone X or iPhone 8. iPhone users who have an older iPhone like a 5, 6, or 7 model will see more satisfying changes, and for these models, the $699 iPhone 11 is the most logical and cost effective update. Did you get one of Apple's new iPhones? Let us know what you think in the comments. Stay tuned to MacRumors next week because we'll have more video coverage of the new iPhones, including a deep dive into the cameras.Related Roundups: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 ProBuyer's Guide: iPhone 11 (Buy Now), iPhone 11 Pro (Buy Now)This article, "Hands-On With the New iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Max" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums

iPhone 11 Pro Max hardware points to latent bilateral charging functionality [u]

22:46 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

In its obligatory launch day teardown of iPhone 11 Pro Max on Friday, repair expert iFixit discovered two connectors leading to the handset's battery, a new hardware configuration that could support claims of a deactivated bilateral wireless charging feature.

iFixit iPhone 11 Pro Max Teardown Hints at Unimplemented Bilateral Wireless Charging Feature [Updated]

22:15 20 Sep - MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - Front Page

iFixit this morning did a quick teardown of the iPhone 11 Pro to provide a brief look at the new smartphone's internals, and now the site is in the process of doing a much deeper dive through an iPhone 11 Pro Max teardown. The repair site is just now digging into the iPhone 11 Pro Max, but has already found signs of the bilateral wireless charging feature that was rumored ahead of launch but ultimately not announced. The iPhone 11 Pro teardown found two battery connectors in the new iPhones, which is a first, and further investigation by iFixit suggests the extra connector is a direct line to the wireless charging coil.With the phone powered on, we disconnected the lower battery connector and the phone stayed on and charged via the Lightning port, but not over wireless charging. Seems this extra connector is a direct line to the wireless charging coil, which could be an important feature for bilateral charging! What's more, when we reconnected the cable, our phone displayed a momentary temperature warning before returning to normal. We suspect it lost contact with an important battery temperature sensor and shut itself down; this sounds a lot like a reverse wireless charging heat management feature to us.Bilateral wireless charging would have allowed the new iPhones to wirelessly charge devices like the AirPods, the Apple Watch, and even other iPhones. It was an expected feature for much of the 2019 rumor cycle, but just before the new iPhones launched, rumors indicated Apple had decided to pull the feature. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who often shares accurate insights into Apple's plans, said that bilateral wireless charging was nixed "because the charging efficiency may not match Apple's requirements." It's not entirely clear if bilateral wireless charging is something that can be implemented at a later date if the hardware is in place, or if that's Apple's plan, but as of now, there is no two-way wireless charging option despite the hints of it in the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max. iFixit has also discovered a "new mysterious board" sitting below the battery that could be related to bilateral wireless charging. The teardown so far has also revealed a slimmed down logic board to make room for the triple-lens camera setup and similar adhesive to last year's iPhones despite new water resistance ratings. iFixit is going to be working on its iPhone 11 Pro Max teardown for the next few hours. Those interested can follow along on the teardown page for updates, and we'll also update this article when new details are shared. Update: According to iMore's Rene Ritchie, bilateral inductive charging wasn't pulled from the iPhone 11 because it was never slated for production to begin with. Ritchie says there is no hardware in iPhone 11 models that would allow such a feature to be enabled later. Update: It?s my understanding bilateral inductive charging wasn?t pulled from the iPhones 11. It was never slated for production and there isn?t anything in there that could be enabled later. (It would also be dumb to ship it without Watch support...) https://t.co/vXQxM4T3Yf— Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) September 21, 2019 Related Roundup: iPhone 11 ProBuyer's Guide: iPhone 11 Pro (Buy Now)This article, "iFixit iPhone 11 Pro Max Teardown Hints at Unimplemented Bilateral Wireless Charging Feature [Updated]" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums

The best iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro Max deals are here

22:05 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Apple's new iPhone 11 is now on sale, and we've compiled the best deals from top wireless carriers and Apple resellers to save you money on your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max purchase.

How to move Google Authenticator to your new iPhone

22:03 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

If you're upgrading to a new iPhone from an old one, or from an Android device, then you need to take steps to make sure that Google Authenticator continues to work as you'd expect.

Deals: New 7th generation iPad LTE $100; 50% off Apple Watch 5 at Sprint

21:01 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Apple's brand-new 2019 hardware just received special discounts at Sprint, with the Apple Watch Series 5 now 50% off and 7th generation iPad cellular units just $100.

'iPhone 11 Pro Behind the Scenes' video showcases the three cameras

20:58 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Apple has uploaded a new video titled 'iPhone 11 Pro Behind the Scenes -- First look at the new triple-camera system' to YouTube, showing users how the three lenses work at the same distance.

Apple Shares 'Behind the Scenes' Look at iPhone 11 Pro Photography

20:20 20 Sep - MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - Front Page

Apple today shared a new "Behind the Scenes" video highlighting how some of its iPhone 11 Pro footage used for promoting its newest devices was filmed. The video demonstrates the photography rig used to capture Apple's professional footage, and the process that photographer Justin Bettman used to get some of the shots.Photographer Justin Bettman creates elaborate and detailed scenes in unexpected locations. Check out the process behind the production as Justin creates a bigger picture using the triple-camera system of iPhone 11 Pro.Photographs created by Bettman have been shared on Apple's Instagram account to highlight the iPhone 11 Pro's new triple-lens camera system with wide, ultra wide, and telephoto lenses.This article, "Apple Shares 'Behind the Scenes' Look at iPhone 11 Pro Photography" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums

Apple releases tvOS 13 GM seed to developers for testing

19:29 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Apple is getting closer to releasing tvOS 13 to the public, with the provision of the gold master version of the operating system to developers for testing indicating it is nearing showtime.

Apple's 12-inch MacBook on sale for $899 (limited supply)

19:27 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama has issued a $400 price cut on its remaining 12-inch MacBook inventory, bringing the standard model down to $899. With limited supply available, this deal may sell out at any time.

A first hand look at the best features of Apple Watch Series 5

18:52 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Apple Watch Series 5 is the latest wearable in Apple's lineup and it is more feature-packed than ever. We got our hands on the newest models to break down the best new features.

iFixit Tearing Down New iPhone 11 Pro Live on YouTube

18:30 20 Sep - MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - Front Page

Apple's iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max launched today, and repair site iFixit has picked up one of the new iPhone 11 Pro models to take apart for one of the site's traditional teardowns. iFixit is doing this year's teardown live on YouTube, which everyone can follow right along to get a peek inside Apple's newest devices as they're pulled apart bit by bit. iFixit's teardown is kicking off right at 9:30 a.m. Pacific Time, and it usually takes at least a few hours for the phones to be disassembled. We'll be following along and sharing highlights from the teardown below. - There are two battery connectors in the iPhone 11 Pro, which is a first for an iPhone. iFixit says that this might be a sign of bilateral wireless charging, a feature that did not launch. - The display looks about the same as the display in the iPhone XS with a similar Face ID arrangement. - The Taptic Engine is smaller than the Taptic Engine in the iPhone XS. The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro this year no longer feature 3D Touch, which could be a factor. - - As far as water resistance goes, the adhesive and waterproofing techniques seem to be similar to the water resistance features on the iPhone XS Max, despite the improved rating. Both iPhones are IP68 water resistant, but the iPhone 11 Pro has been rated to 4 meters at 30 minutes, while the XS Max was rated to 2 meters at 30 minutes. - There are three adhesive strips holding the battery in place, making it more difficult to remove. - Cable routing is different in the iPhone 11 Pro compared to the iPhone XS. There's a new cable that goes down to the charging port. - The wireless coil in the iPhone 11 Pro looks the same as the charging coil in the iPhone XS. - The battery is 11.6whr and appears to be thicker than the battery in the iPhone XS, which is in line with rumors. iFixit has ended its live teardown and plans to go into more detail in an iPhone 11 Pro Max teardown that's coming later today.Tag: iFixitThis article, "iFixit Tearing Down New iPhone 11 Pro Live on YouTube" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums

All iPhone 11 Models Feature New Dynamic Performance Management System to Reduce Impacts From Aging Batteries

18:26 20 Sep - MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - Front Page

iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max devices have a new hybrid software and hardware system for performance management, according to an Apple support document uncovered by 9to5Mac. Apple says the automatic, always-on system is "more advanced" than battery and power management systems on older iPhones, working to provide the "best possible performance as battery aging occurs over time." The new iPhones' power needs are dynamically monitored, with performance managed in real time. All lithium-ion batteries have a limited lifespan, and Apple says that battery aging might still eventually lead to "noticeable, possibly temporary, effects" on performance, such as longer app launch times, lower frame rates, reduced wireless-data throughput, backlight dimming, or lower speaker volume. To review your iPhone battery's health and see if Apple recommends a battery replacement, navigate to Settings > Battery > Battery Health on iOS 11.3 or later. Apple typically recommends replacing an iPhone battery once its maximum capacity relative to when it was new has dropped below 80 percent. iPhone battery replacements are free of charge with AppleCare+ or $69 out-of-warranty for the latest iPhones. Visit the Get Support page on Apple's website to initiate the replacement process. Apple's performance management system became the subject of controversy when it was discovered through Geekbench results in late 2017, as Apple failed to inform customers when the system was introduced in iOS 10.2.1, leading to multiple class action lawsuits and government scrutiny around the world. While some viewed the throttling as Apple's way of forcing customers to upgrade to newer iPhones, Apple denied any sort of planned obsolescence scheme, noting it "would never? do anything to intentionally shorten the life of any Apple product, or degrade the user experience to drive customer upgrades."Related Roundups: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 ProBuyer's Guide: iPhone 11 (Buy Now), iPhone 11 Pro (Buy Now)This article, "All iPhone 11 Models Feature New Dynamic Performance Management System to Reduce Impacts From Aging Batteries" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums

Audio Sharing in iOS 13 will work with more Beats headwear

18:07 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Audio Sharing, a feature of iOS 13.1 enabling users to share music between two pairs of AirPods, will work with more audio accessories when it is released next week, starting with an expansion into Beats' wireless headphone range.

Deal alert: Apple Watch Series 5 in stock now and up to $50 off

17:37 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

B&H Photo is now shipping Apple Watch Series 5 models, with many styles in stock now with free expedited shipping and savings of up to $50 off.

References in iOS 13.1 point to Smart Battery Cases for iPhone 11, Pro

16:47 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

Apple is planning to bring out a new version of its Smart Battery Case for the 2019 iPhone lineup, with updated versions thought to be on the way for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Evidence of New Smart Battery Cases for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max Found in iOS 13 Code

16:09 20 Sep - MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - Front Page

References to three new Smart Battery Cases made by Apple have been found inside the code for iOS 13.1, appearing to confirm that the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max will all be getting Smart Battery Cases in the future (via 9to5Mac). iPhone XS Smart Battery Case The model codes for the cases are A2180, A2183, and A2184, which are believed to represent Smart Battery Cases for the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, respectively. Similar discoveries for a new Smart Battery Case line for the iPhone XS and XS Max were made last year, weeks ahead of an official launch. One of the main upgrades on the iPhone 11 line, particularly for the "Pro" models, is the battery life of each smartphone. The iPhone 11 Pro is said to have 4 more hours of battery life than the iPhone XS, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max has 5 hours more battery life than the iPhone XS Max. This has translated into reviews for the 2019 iPhones praising all-day-long battery life. Smart Battery Cases would guarantee even longer battery life for the iPhone 11 family, for anyone who truly doesn't want to have to worry about charging their iPhone.Related Roundups: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 ProBuyer's Guide: iPhone 11 (Buy Now), iPhone 11 Pro (Buy Now)This article, "Evidence of New Smart Battery Cases for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max Found in iOS 13 Code" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums

Tim Cook opens doors at Apple's Fifth Avenue flagship store [u]

15:31 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

After two years of renovation, Apple's New York City flagship location has reopened, and CEO Tim Cook was on site to open the doors and help welcome in crowds for the launch of the iPhone 11 at the bigger and better retail outlet.

Apple CEO Tim Cook Visits Fifth Avenue Store as iPhone 11 Launch Day Continues Around the World

15:23 20 Sep - MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - Front Page

iPhone 11 and Apple Watch Series 5 launch day is now underway in the United States and Canada, with deliveries beginning to arrive to customers. Apple Stores are also opening early at 8 a.m. local time in each country to accommodate in-store pickups and walk-in purchases on a first-come, first-served basis. Apple's CEO Tim Cook and retail chief Deirdre O'Brien attended the grand reopening of the company's newly revamped Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan today, posing for photos with customers and joining in the launch day excitement. All of the new iPhone 11 and Apple Watch Series 5 models should be on display at most Apple Stores starting today for customers to try out. And as first noted by Mark Gurman, Apple has installed lit-up "11" and "Pro" window displays at select stores for the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. "Pro" sign at an Apple Store via ericip220 Visiting an Apple Store today for launch day? Share your photos with us on Twitter by tagging @MacRumors.Related Roundup: Apple StoresTag: Tim CookThis article, "Apple CEO Tim Cook Visits Fifth Avenue Store as iPhone 11 Launch Day Continues Around the World" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums

Demand for iPhone 11 outpacing supply chain expectations

14:44 20 Sep - AppleInsider - Frontpage News

The increase in lead times for the iPhone 11 suggests demand for the new iPhone models is higher than the supply chain anticipated, according to JP Morgan, with the lead time growth for the value-based model seemingly indicating consumers are not focusing their purchases on the higher-end models as was previously predicted.