Smart Battery Case made by Apple could be coming for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR

It looks like Apple could be ready making a new Smart Battery Case for the iPhone XS sometimes soon, and possibly for the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR too according to several reports. Here’s the first photo leaked and you can see right side looks different than old case which it was Apple’s first Smart Battery Case designed for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s then later released for iPhone 7.

image.png

One report saying that they found an icon in the watchOS 51.2 beta that shows the new Smart Battery Case. We shall will find it out very soon sometimes later into month of January. For furthering information about possibly new smart battery case for iPhone X, XS and XR made by Apple, here’s the link in below.

Source: 9to5Mac

iPhone XR clear case: how is it?

The long-rumored first-party clear case made by Apple is finally available and arrived. $39.99 is kind of little bit expensive, however it must be worth. What it looks like is hard clear case which is specifically designed for 6.1-inch iPhone XR. We think clear case is smart move by Apple because iPhone XR has color body that customers can feel some pride or show it off with anyone or relatives since it’s premium and worth case. There are many third-party manufactures that already offered clear cases over the years via Amazon however, there are mixed reviews due to common yellow over time. Obviously, Apple felt very strong about the iPhone XR color scheme and want its users to show off how much beautiful iPhone XR colors are. We have YouTube video explaining what it looks like and whatever it’s worth your money or go for third-party clear case via Amazon. Check out the clear case made by Apple designed for iPhone XR video here and let us know what’s your thought.

iOS 12.1.1 reviews

Apple had released iOS 12.1.1 almost about a week ago. The biggest question, how is it and is it much better than before? It brought with big new update which added several new features and bug fixes to the iPhone and iPad. It might be not much of changes but most importantly to see is Group FaceTime improvement and Dual SIM with eSIM for additional carriers on iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max. We have noticed that battery life and Wi-Fi are stable and fast than it used to be before. There are no issues on bluetooth, GPS and cellular data.

When iOS 12 was first coming out last September which in the same month Apple released all-new iPhone XS, XS Max and later iPhone XR, Group FaceTime wasn’t ready till iOS 12.1 then Dual SIM with eSIM arrived in iOS 12.1.1. There were some small issues with cellular data when going into office, building or transportation. However cellular looks much better with iOS 12.1.1. The battery life seemly getting better.

Let’s taking a look at the rest of the changes from iOS 12.1.1 in the below.

  • Dual SIM with eSIM for additional carriers on iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max
  • One tap to flip between the rear and front-facing camera during a FaceTime call
  • Live Photo capture during one-to-one FaceTime calls
  • The option to hide the sidebar in News on iPad in landscape orientation
  • Real-time text (RTT) when using Wi-Fi calling on iPad and iPod touch
  • Stability improvements for dictation and VoiceOver
  • Fixes an issue where Face ID may temporarily become unavailable
  • Addresses an issue that prevented visual voicemail from downloading for some customers
  • Fixes an issue in Messages that could prevent predictive text suggestions when typing on the Chinese or Japanese keyboards
  • Addresses an issue that could prevent Voice Memos recordings from uploading to iCloud
  • Fixes an issue where time zones may not have updated automatically

The iOS 12.1.1 update also brings some changes to Apple’s HomePod speaker:

  • Support for HomePod in Mainland China and Hong Kong
  • HomePod LEDs illuminate during Group FaceTime calls

You can watch the YouTube video in below to explain what’s new in iOS 12.1.1. Here’s the video in below. In order to get this update, you can go into Settings, click General then click for Software Update. It will take you about approximately five minutes or less if you leave Wi-Fi on. Most exciting is Group FaceTime which is 100% must. Enjoy the video.

Mac mini 2018 review

Is it worth the waiting? It has been a long time since last time previous Mac mini was released in 2014 however it’s worth the time. The new Mac mini was introduced at Apple’s 30 October New York event and then became available for order last Wednesday, November 7. It always has been popular due to affordability and usefulness for customers who need it. The new Mac mini starts at $799 for the entry model, with a second model priced at $1,099 which is pretty expensive right now. The design and size looks same however only difference is new Space Grey instead of Silver. It is packed with powerful processors, bigger boost in GB ram and SSD. For full technical and specification for this Mac mini, you can go to Apple website and check it out. What we have is Mac mini 2018 review video with closed caption and you can check it out anytime.

Hands-on with the new 12.9-Inch iPad Pro 2018

Here’s the hands-on video of the new 12.9-Inch iPad Pro via MacRumors and it is included closed caption. Last Wednesday, it became officially launch day for the both 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models. Apple offers 64, 256 or 512GB storage coming with faster 4GB ram. If you want much faster than faster, you can get 1TB storage coming with 6GB ram. We are very impressed with their two new accessories: Smart Keyboard Folio and Apple Pencil 2. Biggest question, which size is right for you? If you are not fan of having big screen or computer person, 11-inch might be the right size. If you want iPad that feels like the computer, 12.9-inch should be the right move. Let’s take a look at this YouTube video and let us know what are your thoughts.

 

watchOS 5.1.1 released by Apple to fix brick issue on Apple Watches

watchOS 5.1.1 new software update was sent to customers by Apple. Some customers were frustrated with previous watchOS 5.1 (released last October 30th) due to brick devices during installation. Although, it was pulled immediately. then working on this fix as soon as possible. With new watchOS 5.1.1 should address this issue. So now watchOS 5.1.1 is included new features, improvements, and bug fixes.

For full information on the security content of Apple software updates, please feel free to check it out on this link.

Source: watchOS 5.1.1 via Apple

Quote

Blizzard is Bringing Diablo to iOS With ‘Diablo Immortal’ [Video] — iClarified – Apple News and Tutorials

Blizzard Entertainment and Apple have announced the upcoming launch of Diablo Immortal for iOS.Since its 1996 debut, Diablo has been the benchmark for the action role-playing genre. You’re out to save the world of Sanctuary form the Prime Evils – massive, powerful demons plotting to conquer to mortal realm. Aided by benevolent angels, you fight…

via Blizzard is Bringing Diablo to iOS With ‘Diablo Immortal’ [Video] — iClarified – Apple News and Tutorials

Video highlighting depth control feature on iPhone XS and iPhone XR via Apple

Apple has posted a video highlighting the new Depth Control feature on the iPhone XS and iPhone XR. It allows customers to make adjustment for the depth of field on photo taken with the Portrait Mode camera. Depth Control in Portrait Mode can be used for more dramatic look to your next shot. Let’s taking a look at the video below and it’s awesome!

Apple begins selling refurbished iPhone 8 starting at $499

Apple has now begun selling refurbished iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus starting at $499. For 64GB unlocked and refurbished iPhone 8 costs at $499 which is discount from its current retail price. $599 if you rather to have larger iPhone 8 Plus. Both model are available in Space Gray, Silver and Gold. You are welcome to check out Apple’s offer of refurbished iPhones at the link right here.

Source: Apple