Tag Archive: iPhone


When your pre-teen stans an iPhone, hit ’em up with a Pixel 3a

Because fake status symbols are dumb — especially at twice the price.

The Pixel 3a is in a weird place. On one hand, it’s not the Pixel 3. (Or the Pixel 3a XL versus the Pixel 3 XL, if that’s how you roll. And, in fact, that’s how I’ve rolled.) It’s not as powerful, but it’s newer. It’s not as expensive, even though the Pixel 3 line has seen pretty deep discounts of late.

Here’s the thing, though:  [Read More…]

Galaxy S10e review: Samsung’s iPhone XR is a colorful winner

A (nearly) complete Galaxy S10 experience in a smaller, less expensive package.

Two undeniable trends have defined the smartphone world over the last few years: smartphones are getting bigger, and they’re getting more expensive. You can argue which company did the big phone first, and which pushed the envelope on pricing, but the reality is that your average phone today has a screen well north of six inches and is dangerously close to $ 1000.

Samsung is,  [Read More…]

Does Jabra Elite 65t work with iPhone?

Best Answer: Yes! The Jabra Elite 65t are wireless earbuds that connect via Bluetooth 5.0, which is already supported by Apple on the iPhone 8, iPhone X, and all newer devices. If you have an older iPhone, don’t worry — Bluetooth 5.0 is backward-compatible, so the Jabra Elite 65t should work with any iPhone model you have, as long as Bluetooth works.

AirPods alternative: Jabra Elite 65t ($ 152 at Amazon) Status symbol: Apple AirPods ($ 159  [Read More…]

Can you use Galaxy Active with iPhone?

Best Answer: Yes, the Galaxy Watch Active works with iOS. You will need at least an iPhone 5 or newer device running iOS 9.0 and later. Even though it is compatible, the features that are available when connected to an iPhone are limited. For best results, you’ll want to connect the Galaxy Active with a Samsung Galaxy device.

Samsung: Galaxy Watch Active ($ 200)

What is the Galaxy Active?

The Galaxy Watch Active is the new  [Read More…]

How to transfer your contacts from iPhone to Android

How do I transfer my iPhone contacts to my Android phone?

You’ve made the brilliant decision to switch from iPhone to Android. Congratulations and welcome! Now you just need to get all of your contacts off your iPhone and onto your new Android phone and your Apple ties will be severed and you shall be reborn anew (or something like that).

Here’s how to do it manually.

You’ll first want to make sure that your iPhone is  [Read More…]

This 3-in-1 cable is a must-have for all Android and iPhone fans at $6 off

This cable can charge pretty much any device and is $ 6 off with this code.

There’s no such thing as too many charging cables, especially when they come with three different charging connectors. Right now, you can snag Anker’s PowerLine II 3-in-1 cable for just $ 11.24 when you checkout using coupon code ANKERKJ8. It normally sells for around $ 17 and the cable has never dropped this low directly. The code works for both the  [Read More…]

Use the DJI Osmo Pocket with your iPhone or Android for the best experience

Best answer: The DJI Osmo Pocket works with iPhone as well as Android phones with the help of a USB-C connector, but with the right cable or adapter you can also hook up a phone with Micro-USB.

Amazon: DJI Osmo Pocket ($ 349) Amazon: Apple USB-C to USB adapter ($ 19) Works with iOS and Android

Included with the Osmo Pocket in the box are magnetic connectors for both USB-C and Lightning ports, for hooking up either  [Read More…]

Demotions, pay cuts for Huawei employees that dared to tweet via iPhone

It’s all fun and games until someone loses a paycheck.

For as long as there have been social media accounts for Android brands, there have been users that seek out the most egregious of social media SNAFUs: using an iPhone. Users have skimmed the metadata on pictures looking for hints of an iPhone lens and zoomed in on brand ambassadors seen with iPhones in the wild. On Twitter, this game is ridiculously easy, as Twitter slaps “Posted via Twitter  [Read More…]

Apple lowers revenue guidance for Q1 due to fewer iPhone upgrades than expected

iPhone XS Max

Apple today issued a note to investors, and it contains some interesting info regarding iPhone sales.

Apple CEO Tim Cook today shared a letter to his company’s investors to warn that Apple is revising its guidance for the fiscal Q1 2019 quarter. The Cupertino firm now expects revenue of $ 84 billion, down from the estimate of $ 89 billion to $ 93 billion that it previously expected to see.

As for  [Read More…]

Google Fi now supports most phones, including iPhone

Google on Wednesday renamed its mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), Project Fi, to Google Fi. In the process, it also drastically expanded its list of compatible phones.

Effective immediately, Google Fi is no longer restricted to a short list of select devices. Indeed, pretty much any unlocked phone is now compatible with the service.

Not only does Google Fi support a much wider net of Android phones, but it also now allows for iPhone, too. Compatibility for iPhones is considered  [Read More…]