Mar 20

Leaked iPhone 15 Pro Images Back Up Solid State Button Rumor

  • Apple leaker ShrimpApplePro has shared new iPhone 15 Pro renders showing a unified volume and mute buttons.
  • The iPhone 15 Pro versions are anticipated to include a single, long button for controlling the volume rather than two buttons for volume up and volume down.
  • And, though Apple has included a mute switch since the original iPhone, upcoming models might feature a mute button.
Read More at appleinsider.com
Mar 20

IPhone 15 Pro Max May Get The World's Thinnest Screen Bezels

  • Apple's forthcoming iPhone 15 Pro Max is rumored to feature a front display that has bezels of only 1.55mm (0.06 inches), making it by far the thinnest bezel in any smartphone ever made.
  • This detail is specifically concerning the iPhone 15 Pro Max, rather than the iPhone 15 Pro. However, the iPhone 15 Pro model has recently also been claimed to have thinner bezels than its predecessors.
Read More at appleinsider.com
Mar 15

IPhone 15 Pro Price Could Increase This Year

  • A tech analyst predicts that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will get a price increase.
  • This would be the first iPhone price increase in the US since 2017.
  • It’s unknown if the increase will affect the price of the iPhone 15 or iPhone 15 Plus.


Read More at androidauthority.com
Mar 13

Outlook For Android, iOS To Get Own Multi-Factor Authentication Capability This Month

  • Microsoft wants to make it easier for its Outlook users to perform MFA. With this, the Redmond company revealed in its latest Microsoft 365 roadmap entry that it will introduce a so-called “Authenticator Lite” in the app.
  • According to the feature description, it will cover work or school accounts being used on Microsoft 365 app, Azure Active Directory, and Outlook.
Read More at mspoweruser.com
Mar 10

Apple's App Store Pricing Gets A Major Overhaul

  • Apple has implemented a planned price change, increasing the number of price points available for developers by 10 times to 900. This is a big change from the previous $0.99 intervals and lack of whole-number values that persisted before.
  • According to developer documentation, App Store prices and in-app purchases can take advantage of the new values. These include every $0.10 interval up to $10, or every $0.50 interval up to $50.
Read More at appleinsider.com