Displaying items by tag: iPhone XS Max

Beating out the Huawei P30 Pro to now sit atop the DxOMark chart, the full DxOMark review has been published, and as you can expect, there's plenty of dispute in the article's comments, but Samsung can now claim the best smartphone cameras available.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 21 November 2018 20:38

Never trust the Apple army of iPhone reviewers

There was once a time when Apple the company and I were the best of friends. Each year I would get invited to the Apple Christmas lunch for journalists. I even got invited to attend the launch of the iPhone in San Francisco in 2007 and play with Steve Jobs’ personal iPhone for five minutes! Then one day it all changed.

Published in Beerfiles

The higher prices set for iPhone models released this year may be stifling sales in Australia, the mobile plan comparison site WhistleOut claims, based on traffic to both its Web pages for plans and smartphone details.

Published in Mobility

Apple spends just US$443 (A$610) on the components for its iPhone XS Max (256GB) and sells it for US$1249 (A$1721) in the United States, according to a teardown by the Canadian firm TechInsights.

Published in Mobility

The Australian flagship Apple Store in Sydney's CBD is one of the very first places in the world to get the new iPhones, and as per usual, iTWire was there to capture it all on video.

Published in Home Tech

Apple puts more effort into its videos than some companies put into their entire product lines, and with its keynote a must-see TV show of epic proportions, here's all of Apple's recent video content.

Published in Home Tech

Kiwis can pre-order the new iPhone XS, XS Max and Apple Swatch Series 4 GPS edition, but for some reason Spark isn't selling the Series 3 or 4 Apple Watch with LTE.

Published in Home Tech

If you want a new iPhone XS or XS Max, and don't want to buy it upfront, then the three major telcos have a range of deals they hope will tempt you into pre-ordering.

Published in Home Tech

If you want to use two SIMs in your new iPhone XS, XS Max or XR, then unless you have a select Chinese model with two physical SIM slots, you'll need to wait for the eSIM to go live.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Apple's newest iPhones and the Apple Watch have finally been announced, and Australia's biggest telco has confirmed Apple's dates, as obviously expected.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Apple's newest iPhones are its most impressive and powerful yet, starting at A$1229 for the 64GB iPhone XR, and going up to A$2369 for the 512GB iPhone XS Max.

Published in Home Tech

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