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Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 03 October 2017 22:37

iPhone 7 was top smartphone in first half of 2017

A new report says Apple's iPhone 7 "outsold all other smartphone models globally during the first six months of 2017", followed by the iPhone 7 Plus – history will surely repeat in 2018?

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Google researcher Gal Beniamini has released proof-of-concept code for an exploit designed to remotely hack into an iPhone 7 from a rogue wireless access point.

Published in Security

Augmented reality apps for iPhone models SE, 6s and up, as well as iPad Pros and the 2017 iPad are about to start flooding the App Store from Wednesday in Australia as iOS 11 launches, with Redbubble popping itself with excitement over its AR shopping art app.

Published in Home Tech

Australia’s mobile phone market — including feature phones and smartphones — is growing by leaps and bounds, with a new report revealing that it has exceeded growth expectations, shipping 2.16 million phones in Q2 2017.

Published in Strategy

While Android aficionados celebrate the OPPO R9s as the best-selling Android smartphone, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus individually outsold OPPO R9s by dramatically huge margins.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

If you buy a Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ and you don’t buy yourself a protective case, you’re asking for a cracked screen, so buy a case!

Published in Fuzzy Logic

With Apple chief Tim Cook having admitted rumours of the iPhone 8 paused purchases of the iPhone 7, could the same thing happen to the Galaxy S8?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

The new Galaxy S8 smartphone’s camera capabilities and resultant photos have been compared to those from the iPhone 7, LG G6 and Google Pixel.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Apple’s iPhone 7 is now more than six months old, but it still trounces its Android competition including the brand new Samsung Galaxy S8.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 16 February 2017 15:28

iPhone 8 may lose Home button, Touch ID sensor

The next iPhone could see the removal of the Home button and Touch ID sensor in favour of an edge-to-edge design and "virtual buttons" at the bottom of the screen.

Published in Mobility

With new smartphones come new protective cases, offering not just top-notch protection but fashionable and luxurious Swarovski crystal beauty, too.

Published in Mobility

The year 2017 is the Chinese "Year of the Rooster", and tech21 is crowing loudly over its nifty new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus case design by "eminent Chinese pop artist" Jacky Tsai.

Published in Home Tech

The 3Sixt Hot Box Packs are gift packs of smartphone accessories ready to be stuffed into someone's Christmas stocking.

Published in Mobility

Whether you’re testing the iPhone 7 Plus vs the Pixel, or the iPhone 7 Plus vs the Pixel XL, two tests show iPhones outperform Pixels.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Last week, Channel 7 News reported an iPhone 7 burst into flames in a car under clothes at a beach in Australia.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

The British consumer group Which? has found that the iPhone 7 battery is the worst among recent big-brand smartphones, after the group compared it with the Samsung Galaxy S7, the HTC 10 and the LG G5.

Published in Mobility

A YouTube video has apparently deceived more than a few iPhone 7 owners into drilling holes in their devices, in a bid to create a headphone jack.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 26 September 2016 13:36

VIDEO: iPhone 7 shows up Note7 sloth in app loading

In a video speed test by YouTuber Phonebuff, you may be surprised by just how much faster Apple’s iPhone 7 is than Samsung’s Note7 at loading apps.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

A glitch that causes the Lightning-connected EarPod headphones with iPhone 7 models to stop working has been acknowledged by Apple and will be fixed.

Published in Mobility
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