Apple has officially released the first public beta of iOS 13, iPadOS, macOS Catalina, and tvOS 13, giving you a chance to try out the new software before it becomes publicly available later this fall.The company has already released two iOS betas to developers, but Monday’s release marks the public launch of the software for everyone.I have been using the iOS 13 developer beta for the past few weeks, and it doesn’t seem to be too buggy.A lot of third-party apps are yet to add support for system-wide dark mode, which is the headlining feature of iOS/iPadOS.Battery drain is a lot worse than usual, too — on my iPhone XS, a heavy use only gets me about six hours before having to plug it again.If you don’t mind taking a chance with these issues, it’s definitely worth a go to see what’s coming up in iOS 13.
You can find out exactly what’s new yourself by downloading the public beta, which is available now.It’s a good idea to backup your data first, and be warned you will encounter bugs and issues.Finally, you can download apps of any size over an LTE connection.User interface changes, and dark modeIt’s interesting to see both Apple and Google add dark mode to their respective operating systems in the same year, and I have to say, Apple’s apps look far more polished than Google’s did out the gate (both are still in beta, so expect further refinements throughout the year).Apple’s Dark mode starts out with a deep black at the base level, and as you pull up other menus and layers of an app, the tones get a little brighter (grayer, specifically).
Apple is expected to release three iPhones once again this year, meaning we're likely to see a follow-up to the iPhone XR.The new iPhone XR will reportedly have a 6.1-inch LCD screen like the current version, but it's getting an upgrade to two cameras as opposed to one.It may also come in different color options, including new lavender and green shades.Reports indicate Apple will follow last year's pattern and release three new iPhones this fall: two high-end models and a less expensive successor to the iPhone XR.Unlike the more expensive models, the iPhone XR has one camera instead of two and features an LCD screen rather than an OLED display.From new color options to an upgraded camera, here's everything we're expecting to see from Apple's follow-up to the iPhone XR.
Wait until the fall for ironed-out finishes.But I've tried out iOS 13 on a test iPhone XS, and so far it has a lot to explore.There are four Dark Mode-enabled wallpapers that subtly shift color schemes, too.Apple's really trying to make the Photos app a living photo album, collecting memories and surfacing moments with machine learning.New camera tools for videoI'm excited about how you can edit color and picture settings for recorded videos, flip orientation and crop videos or switch from landscape to portrait.
While there is no doubt we're massive fans of Apple's latest and greatest smartphones, the one thing we could never quite get on board with was the prices.You could spend £1,000+ on the likes of the iPhone XS Max or, you could spend half that on one of the incredibly cheap, older iPhone deals floating around right now.With some incredibly affordable options on iPhone 7 deals and iPhone 8 deals (one exclusive to you, dear readers of TechRadar), now is the perfect time to grab a cheap iPhone.Yes, these devices aren't quite as spec heavy as the likes of the iPhone XR but at prices going as low as £20 per month, we're happy to jump back to 2016 and 2017, especially considering how good Apple can be.Ready to cut your monthly bills right down?You can see all of these budget phone contracts down below.
No matter which iPhone XS deal you go with, you're probably going to be paying a pretty big price for it - that's just the game Apple plays nowadays.So if you're going to put the financial investment into this premium device, you might as well go all out on data.Luckily, the kind folks over at Three have created a deal that offers up a massive 100GB of data, while somehow also being one of the lowest prices on the market - yep, we're trying to work that one out too!But no matter how they've achieved this brilliant pricing, we can simply say that we can't see anyone beating this offer anytime soon.At a monthly price of £52, this contract sounds expensive but knocks all other XS deals for six.With 100GB of data you have the capacity to send 40,000 emails, spend 5,000 hours online or even spend 230 hours on a video call - not that we would advise any of these insane feats.
Apple released a new iPod Touch for 2019 just a few weeks back.If you already own an iPhone past the iPhone 5, there's no reason to even consider buying the iPod Touch.If, however, you've never owned an iOS device or have in the past and want back in, at $200 the iPod Touch is now the cheapest iOS entry point.In his review of the iPod Touch 2019, my colleague Patrick Holland very clearly lays out why, despite its appeal to certain consumers, most will want to skip the iPod Touch.I've been a stubborn supporter of iOS, and more specifically the Apple App Store, for nearly 11 years, since I bought the iPhone 3G in 2008.There are two simple reasons for that: I like the interface and its evolution, and the game and app selection in the App Store has never disappointed me.
Smartphones nowadays may not offer much new year over year, but the cameras on them continue to see dramatic improvements.Well, it’s the middle of 2019 and it’s time for an update.First, a quick primer on the camera hardware each of these phones is packing.Huawei said it redesigned the color filter to use RYYB instead of the traditional RGGB, replacing greens for yellow, which lets in more light.It’s still an 8-megapixel lens, but with an f/2.0 aperture and fixed focus, and it sports a wider than usual field of view at 84 degrees.The OnePlus 7 Pro, like Samsung and Huawei’s latest phones, has a triple-camera system that consists of a 16-megapixel wide-angle lens with an f/2.2 aperture, a 48-megapixel standard with an f/1.6 aperture and OIS, as well as an 8-megapixel telephoto lens with an f/2.4 aperture and OIS.
Samsung and Apple are reportedly playing hardball over OLED, with the possibility that future iOS or macOS devices could switch to the screen tech as a workaround to avoid millions of dollars in penalty payments.The rumor comes amid longstanding speculation about an OLED MacBook, which would switch from LCD to the same screen technology as is currently used on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.Those rumors started up in earnest back in 2016, though so far Apple’s sole use of OLED on its laptops has been the Touch Bar on certain MacBook Pro configurations.However there’s no shortage of fuel.A patent spotted in early 2018, for example, showed a dual-display MacBook with an OLED virtual keyboard, for example.If the OLED expectations pan out, though, it’s most likely going to be a more straightforward implementation of the display technology, at least at first.
According to ET News, Samsung is upset that Apple isn’t ordering enough iPhone displays.Now, Samsung is looking to financially penalize Apple for not meeting that order quota, which could mean a hit of hundreds-of-millions of dollars for Apple.Apple, unsurprisingly, is trying to come up with an alternative solution.The iPhone X, launched in 2017, was the first iPhone from Apple to feature an OLED panel.Samsung is far and away the world’s biggest supplier of OLED displays, so Apple had little choice but to get those panels from Samsung.The iPhone XS and XS Max also have Samsung displays.
The addition of 5G could boost demand for Apple's new iPhones as customers are upgrading their smartphones less often.Apple hasn't even launched its 2019 iPhones yet, but that hasn't stopped us from speculating about what the company may be planning for next year.Such an addition could be critical to driving upgrades at a time when smartphone owners are holding onto their devices for longer periods of time and Apple's iPhone revenue has been falling.Here's a look at everything we know about the 5G-enabled iPhone Apple is expected to release in 2020.It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options.It may have Apple's Touch ID fingerprint sensor built into its screen.
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Apple now has nearly 1,000 Best Buy stores where Apple products can get authorized service, the Cupertino company has announced today, the milestone promising much easier aftercare for those people not close to an Apple Store.It means Apple authorized service is now available in every Best Buy store across the US.In addition, the Best Buy Geek Squad has almost 7,600 Apple-certified technicians, the company says.That’s important, because the days where you could fix your own electronics are long behind us.Apple’s smartphones have never had removable batteries, true, but earlier versions of the iPhone were more user-friendly when it came to replacing displays or fixing broken ports.Now, though, the increasingly sealed-up and locked-down designs – a byproduct, in part, of Apple looking to make even thinner, lighter handsets, without sacrificing features – means DIY repairs are almost impossible.
Samsung will show off its Galaxy Note 10 during a flashy Unpacked event on Aug. 7 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, according to people familiar with the company's plans.The venue is the same place the South Korean technology giant launched the Note 9 last year.Since the launch isn't for two months, the company could change its plans.The Note line doesn't sell as well as Samsung's Galaxy S devices, but the big screen phablet has a fervent fan base.Introduced in 2011, the first Note kicked off the trend toward bigger displays on phones, a trend that become the norm across the mobile industry.The size of the first Note's screen -- 5.3 inches -- now seems almost small compared to giants, such as the Note 9's 6.4-inch display and the iPhone XS Max's 6.5 inch-screen.
Kuo said the iPhone models would feature 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch displays.Apple's current iPhones feature 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.5-inch displays.If the rumors are true, the smallest iPhone model in 2019 would get even smaller in 2020, while the biggest iPhone model would get even bigger next year.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.According to Kuo's report (via MacRumors), which happens to line up with a DigiTimes report from April, the analyst said Apple would have two 5G iPhones ready in 2020 and three iPhones in total.The two 5G-ready iPhones would have OLED screens measuring 5.4 inches and 6.7 inches.
According to the latest research note published by trustworthy Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, we can expect the Cupertino company to deliver its largest iPhone display to date in 2020, as reported by Antutu and picked up by iPhone Hacks.Koi believes that Apple is planning to release an iPhone XS Max equivalent in 2020 that will boast a 6.7-inch OLED display – that's 0.2 inches larger than the current model.Interestingly, Koi also states that the standard iPhone that's set to be released in 2020 will go in the opposite direction, reducing its display size from 5.8 inches to 5.45 inches, which would be a first for Apple's premium iPhone line.Both phones will reportedly act as Apple's 5G debut, lending further credence to the rumor that we might see iPhone 5G in 2020 after all – a previous report had suggested that there might not be a 5G iPhone until 2021.Additionally, Koi also expects the 2020 iPhone XR equivalent to receive an OLED upgrade to its 6.1-inch display, as per a previously-reported rumor, though Apple's most affordable iPhone option is unlikely to support 5G networks.Of course, we recommend taking all of this information with a grain of salt, though its worth noting that Koi's predictions tend to prove accurate more often than not – the analyst accurately anticipated 2019's AirPods revision and the return of the iPad Mini.
Apple's iPhone XR successor in 2020 might get an OLED screen, bringing it up to speed with Apple's other flagship iPhones, as well as rivals from Samsung and Google.OLED screens generally provide better contrast and display deeper blacks than LCDs, which is the type of display technology in the current iPhone XR.Apple's cheaper iPhone XR is already a fan favorite — it's been well-received among reviewers and is the best-selling new iPhone model in the US according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.But it sounds like the entry-level iPhone coming in 2020 will address one of the biggest differences between the XR and Apple's pricier phones: its screen.Apple will outfit all of its new iPhones with an OLED screen in 2020 according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.He shared details regarding Apple's 2020 iPhone lineup in a new note, as 9to5Mac reported on Monday.
While over a year away, Apple's 2020 line of iPhones are already starting to come into focus with a new report from noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo providing additional details on what we can expect.Spotted by MacRumors, next year's lineup will apparently include 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch high-end models (potential successors to the current XS line) as well as a 6.1-inch lower-end model (potentially similar to the current XR).All three screens are said to be OLED.The iPhone XS currently clocks in at 5.8-inches, the XS Max at 6.5-inches and the XR at 6.1-inches, suggesting that Apple may be shrinking its smallest high-end iPhone and slightly growing its largest model.The high-end phones will have Qualcomm 5G chips for tapping into next-gen networks, while the lower-end model will still be limited to 4G, according to Kuo.Qualcomm and Apple recently ended their two-year-old legal battle and agreed to a multiyear chipset supply agreement that will allow Apple to incorporate Qualcomm's 5G modems into its products.