Making good on their press invite sent several weeks ago, Apple recently announced their new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus smartphones along with new Airpods wireless headphones and Apple Watch 2.
While the outer appearance of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus hasn’t changed a whole lot, Apple has done quite a bit of work internally to make the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus stand out significantly from its predecessors.Camera
Starting with the camera, the iPhone 7 now includes a 12 MP sensor, a f/1.8 lens, and optical image stabilization to improve low light photography. The iPhone 7 Plus on the other hand will get two 12 MP rear cameras, one with a 56mm f/2.8 telephoto [...]
Lots of leaks are flowing online as Apple is expected to announce the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus at their press event tomorrow, September 7, 2016.
Recently images surfaced from tech site Techtastic showing what’ll possibly be the packaging for the upcoming iPhone 7. While the image of the phone does look like a possible version of the iPhone 7, the authenticity of the packaging is still questionable due to the strange font used for the iPhone logo on the side of the box. Unfortunately, additional details were not captured in this image which would describe the model of the phone depicted.
As always, it’s also plausible this may be packaging for a [...]
In the wake of Samsung’s recent voluntary recall of the Galaxy Note 7 due to possible exploding batteries and approximately 2 weeks before a resolution is expected to arrive, T-Mobile is taking a proactive approach to the situation by offering customers a full refund on any Galaxy Note 7.
Starting immediately, Galaxy Note 7 customers are encouraged to go to any T-Mobile store, call 611, or call 1-800-937-8997 to get a full refund on the Galaxy Note 7 along with any accessories purchased. Those who received a free year of subscription to Netflix will be able to keep the subscription. With the refund, you will be able to purchase any new T-Mobile phone including [...]
Although launched just a week ago, Samsung is issuing a voluntary recall for all units of their new Galaxy Note 7 and stopping sales of the new device due to possible battery cell issues. As of September 1, there have been 35 cases of exploding batteries reported on the Note 7 worldwide and Samsung is currently conducting an investigation to determine the cause of the issue and which batteries are affected.
In the coming weeks, Samsung will be replacing Note 7’s for customers who already own them.