Today, the Apple iPhone 8 officially went on sale in Australia. If you're planning to snap the device up on a mobile phone plan from Telstra, Optus, Vodafone or Virgin Mobile, here's every plan for your consideration.
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This week, Apple officially unveiled its new iPhone range which go on sale on September 22. If you can't wait that long, you can pre-order the phone in Australia from 5:01pm AEST. Here are all the places to buy.
It only took five years since the inductive charging standard's adoption by nearly every major manufacturer, but Apple has finally added Qi inductive charging (also known as wireless charging) to its mobile devices. Sure, better late than never, but do people need to care about having yet another way to charge their devices, or is that extra long cable good enough? Is wireless charging worth the price, or potential compatibility issues?
The old subject of whether Aussies are paying too much for their tech rears its head whenever a new, expensive product hits the market. And I've been seeing a few people already complaining that Apple is charging their so called "Australia tax" here, bumping the price up on the new iPhones that were announced yesterday. So, are we being fleeced by Apple?
It's been a decade since Apple changed mobile phones forever and today, they announced their latest model - the iPhone X. We've covered all the finer details here, and with Samsung's Note 8 releasing in a couple of weeks, you might be wondering how the two stack up to one another. In a battle of the mobile heavyweights, who wins?
Apple's new iPhones, the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X (pronounced iPhone Ten) have been announced along with a new Apple TV that can do 4K content and a new Apple Watch with integrated cellular comms. What's all this mean for the enterprise? I take a look at some of the features that the new devices and updated operating systems bring.
The iPhone 8 is set to release soon, and the hype is real: with rumors already circulating of features like facial recognition, AR capabilities, and upgraded storage, Apple's latest release is already making some serious waves in the industry.
To get you ready for its arrival, (and the onslaught of new development opportunities are sure to come) here are some top iOS courses!
Apple has set the date for this year's major product announcement event and the next iPhone will definitely be making an appearance. For Australians that want to devour all the announcements live, here's how you can watch the keynote in the comfort of your own home.
Tomorrow morning, Apple will finally unveil a new suite of iPhones, which will reportedly include an ultra-premium model dubbed the 'iPhone X'. Most people have been pronouncing it as a letter (i.e. - "Ex").
Apparently, this could be incorrect. There's strong reason to believe that Apple is actually using the roman numeral and we're all supposed to call it "iPhone Ten" instead. Here's the evidence.
Apple is set to announce the next iPhone on September 12, and while that gives you just enough time to ditch your old device and scrounge up some cash to pay for the new one, Apple's been pretty secretive (duh) about what the new iPhone will actually do. Luckily, leaks from third-party accessory manufacturers and hints inside Apple's own iOS 11 operating system give us a pretty good idea of what to expect.
According to an article published by Fast Company, Apple is in a "panic" with software issues plaguing the new iPhone 8 (which, by my count is the 11th iPhone released by Apple). And, because this is Apple and few people have a real sense of perspective when it comes to Jobs and Wozniak's Cupertino love child, it has people wondering all sorts of the things. But I think there's a bigger question; when should a product ship and in what state?