iPhone X

PanoClip uses your iPhone’s camera for 360-degree magic

PanoClip uses your iPhone’s camera for 360-degree magic

Insta360 started a new trend right at the height of the 360-degree craze. It attached to an iPhone and let you take photos, record or even stream videos without any additional equipment. But while it opened up new possibilities, it was also hampered by the limits of its own cameras, just barely reaching 2K resolutions. Now parent company Arashi Vision is launching a new product and a new brand that addresses all that. Just like its cousin, PanoClip attaches to your iPhone to produce 360-degree content. Unlike its cousin, it takes advantage of the great iPhone cameras that are already there.

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Memoji are iOS 12’s answer to Galaxy S9’s AR emoji

Memoji are iOS 12’s answer to Galaxy S9’s AR emoji

The iPhone X has a lot of things going for it, but one of the coolest features has to be Animoji. While the announcement of Animoji may have left some scratching their heads, they've turned out to be a fun little way to add some creativity (and cuteness) to iMessage. It shouldn't be a surprise, then, that Apple took the time to announce some Animoji improvements and additions at today's WWDC keynote.

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ARKit 2: All the iOS AR Apple showed at WWDC 2018

ARKit 2: All the iOS AR Apple showed at WWDC 2018

Today we're having a peek at all the new features revealed by Apple for iPhone X (and a few other devices) for augmented reality. Apple suggested they'd worked with Pixar, of all the places, to develop a new file format for all things AR. That new file format is USDZ, and it's made to work with multiple apps. "It's something like AR Quick Look." said Craig Federighi.

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Apple reveals its hand early… with a funny video

Apple reveals its hand early… with a funny video

This morning Apple posted several videos to YouTube before WWDC 2018. The event generally holds information largely aimed at developers, but occasionally shows new bits and pieces of information for consumers. In today's presentation, we're expecting a variety of software bits as well as a POSSIBILITY - not a great possibility, but a possibility - of some hardware. But before that, Apple's released a set of teasers with all the information we need to see what's up.

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6.1-inch LCD iPhone renders show what you’ll be missing

6.1-inch LCD iPhone renders show what you’ll be missing

WWDC is upon us but it’s unlikely we’ll hear or see anything definitive about Apple’s next iPhones. But while those are still months away, it leaves plenty of room for leaks and speculation. Now that we need more since they three iPhones have practically been leaked to death. And to seemingly cap those rumors, We’re now getting a more solid look at how the most affordable 2018 iPhone will look like and what you’ll be sacrificing when you opt to get it instead of the second-gen iPhone X.

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The iPhone X Plus triple camera rumor just won’t die

The iPhone X Plus triple camera rumor just won’t die

Apple's new iPhone X Plus, the rumored super-sized version of the 2018 iPhone, is increasingly expected to feature a three camera array, as hardware rumors continue to circulate ahead of its launch later this year. The new iOS device is tipped to be one of at least three new iPhone models, each borrowing liberally from the current iPhone X flagship.

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Galaxy A9 Star is half way to being the Samsung iPhone X

Galaxy A9 Star is half way to being the Samsung iPhone X

Samsung may have finally learned its lesson. Or not. After years of back and forth legal arguments over copying designs, Samsung has so far steered clear of designs that would be easily associated with Apple's. The iPhone X made it even easier for Samsung to visually set its Galaxy flagships apart. That, however, might not last long. At least not with its other tiers. A new leak suggests that a yet to be announced Galaxy A9 Star and Galaxy A9 Star Lite will "copy" an iPhone X design. But don't worry, it's not the notch.

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iPhone SE 2 notch confirmed by screen protectors

iPhone SE 2 notch confirmed by screen protectors

The small iPhone SE might be just as highly debated as the iPhone X before the latter was launched. Its existence has been called in to question and followed by its reason to exist. Now it seems that its design is also going to be subject to debate. More than just a smaller iPhone or a direct copy of the first iPhone SE, the second gen handy smartphone will instead take its looks from the iPhone X, for better or worse.

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Get iPhone X navigation gestures on Android: here’s how

Get iPhone X navigation gestures on Android: here’s how

It seems that the next smartphone trend after notches are button-less, swipe-based, pill-using navigation gestures. And, like the notch, we have Apple and its iPhone X to thank, or curse, for that. Android P will unabashedly have its own gestured-based navigation UI. If you're a fan of that feature, however, you need not wait that long or forever to get it. The folks over at XDA have released their own Navigation Gestures app that offers exactly that and a lot more. But while the app doesn't require root access, you'll need to aware of two important things before you go any further.

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Solar-charging iPhone X Tesla now available if you can afford it

Solar-charging iPhone X Tesla now available if you can afford it

Smartphone battery cases aren't uncommon but, given their nature, they add considerable bulk to your phone and take away any semblance of premium or luxurious design. That's especially a problem if you have an expensive and handsome one like the iPhone X. Russian accessory maker Caviar has found a solution. It's new iPhone X Tesla offer tries to distract you from the gigantic case using gold trimmings, a solar panel, and a price tag that costs almost five times the iPhone X itself.

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Spigen’s new iPhone X cases have classic iMac G3 and iPhone designs

Spigen’s new iPhone X cases have classic iMac G3 and iPhone designs

Spigen has launched a crowdfunding campaign for a series of iPhone X cases designed after the iPhone 2G and iMac G3. The latter device -- the G3 -- was launched 20 years ago, bringing with it a unique, colorful design. Spigen has used that design as inspiration for its new iPhone X cases, bringing the nostalgic look to Apple's latest and greatest iPhone model.

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iPhone release prices tipped: Undercutting Galaxy Note 9

iPhone release prices tipped: Undercutting Galaxy Note 9

This week a set of tips from China suggested the next wave of iPhone devices may have price cuts. This would have a major effect on how iPhone-using smartphone buyers pay for new devices. Early notification of the potential for this bit of price adjustment could change the date at which many users decide to lay down their cash - so let's talk about it.

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