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This iPhone update isn’t fun, but you’re gonna need it

This iPhone update isn’t fun, but you’re gonna need it

Today an update for iOS was released for both iPhone and iPad, and along with it, some real fixes. This update patches vulnerabilities and security issues of several sorts, mainly for devices released before iPhone 7 - that is, before the year 2016. If you have an iPhone or iPad newer than this, it's still important to check for updates, especially security updates, but you're probably fine for now.

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The iPhone 13 Pro Max’s 120Hz ProMotion display is the real deal

The iPhone 13 Pro Max’s 120Hz ProMotion display is the real deal

Just a few days into using the iPhone 13 Pro Max, and already it's tough to imagine going back to a non-ProMotion display. Apple's first implementation of 120Hz technology may have required some patience before it arrived, but it's a key part of this year's "Pro" devices and a contributor to the Cupertino firm's big boasts about battery improvements.

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Report claims Apple aims to integrate new health features into the iPhone

Report claims Apple aims to integrate new health features into the iPhone

Apple stuffs more and more technology, features, and hardware into each successive generation of the iPhone. A new report has surfaced that claims Apple is working with UCLA and Biogen to integrate new health features that will detect depression and cognitive decline. The program's goal is to determine if the iPhone can gather data, including facial expressions and typing metrics, to identify any mental health concerns in the device user.

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Apple Wallet will soon support verifiable COVID-19 vaccination cards

Apple Wallet will soon support verifiable COVID-19 vaccination cards

It'll soon be easier for fully vaccinated iPhone owners to show proof of their COVID-19 vaccination when visiting venues and other places that require this information. Apple said in a brief update on its verifiable health records system that with a future update to iOS 15, users will be able to store these vaccine cards in the Apple Wallet app.

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The first iPhone 13 reviews are out – Will Apple be happy?

The first iPhone 13 reviews are out – Will Apple be happy?

A week ago, Apple unveiled the new iPhone 13 family, and now the first reviews of the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max are out. As expected, it was an evolutionary rather than a revolutionary upgrade cycle for 2021, Apple refining the cameras, improving the displays, and dropping in useful features like dual eSIM. Question is, then, was all that worth upgrading for?

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iOS 15: How to upgrade your iPhone (and what to do first)

iOS 15: How to upgrade your iPhone (and what to do first)

Apple has released iOS 15, and the good news is that the free update for iPhone has plenty of new apps, features, and toys to keep you entertained. While it's tempting to jump straight in, the sensible iPhone owner takes a few steps to make sure their experience of the new iOS version is as smooth as possible. Read on for our advice.

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iOS 15 released: Apple’s big iPhone update arrives

iOS 15 released: Apple’s big iPhone update arrives

Apple has released iOS 15, the latest version of its software for iPhone, ahead of the arrival of the iPhone 13 in stores on Friday. Previewed back at WWDC 2021, and in public beta for the past few months, iOS 15 brings changes both aesthetic and functional to the iPhone, though not all the features initially promised will be present today.

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After iPhone 13: The new tech coming in 2022, 2023, and 2024

After iPhone 13: The new tech coming in 2022, 2023, and 2024

Over the next few years, the iPhone will see some significant changes. This year's iPhone 13 didn't exactly make major waves when it came to upgrades VS last year's model lineup. According to high-level Apple product predictions released this week, the changes will come in the years 2022, 2023, and 2024 in the form of punch hole front-facing cameras, under-display Touch ID, and foldable smartphones from Apple.

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Galaxy S22’s small battery might match its small size

Galaxy S22’s small battery might match its small size

Although Apple adopted a four-phone strategy last year with the iPhone 12 series, Samsung didn't exactly follow suit. The Galaxy S21 offered only three models, eschewing what would have been the equivalent of an iPhone 12 mini. Despite being notorious for copying Apple, it would seem that Samsung will stick to its guns with the Galaxy S22 next year. One difference, however, is that it might actually offer a "mini" base model, which would probably explain its disappointing rumored battery size.

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iPhone 12 vs iPhone 13: Should you upgrade?

iPhone 12 vs iPhone 13: Should you upgrade?

The much anticipated iPhone 13 line-up debuted at Apple’s Streaming Event in California and it is another impressive set of devices, at least on paper. The iPhone 13 model is destined to be the most popular among them, and it was only time it got compared with the predecessor iPhone 12.

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Watch Apple break down the iPhone 13 differences

Watch Apple break down the iPhone 13 differences

It's iPhone 13 preorder day, and if you've been scratching your head about whether to go iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, or iPhone 13 Pro Max, a new Apple video could help filter through the options. Announced on Tuesday, there's no shortage of information out there on what changes Apple made in 2021, and what sets its four new smartphones apart.

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Apple Card iPhone 13 upgrade problems today? You’re not alone

Apple Card iPhone 13 upgrade problems today? You’re not alone

One might assume that the safest way to secure an early-as-possible order of a brand new iPhone would be with Apple's own credit card. Unfortunate for some Apple Card users, the process was not as simple as expected. One common error found in the process was as follows: "There was a problem with the card details you entered. Please try another card."

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