The iPhone 6s is arguably the best smartphone available at the moment, and a large part of that success is Apple’s “in-house” mentality where it makes and designs its hardware and software to work with each other.

But Apple doesn’t do it on its own.

It relies heavily on a bunch of different tech companies to make the parts for the iPhone, and some of them even come from competing smartphone makers like Samsung. Apple has to make sure those parts play nicely with the other important parts, as well as the iPhone’s operating system, iOS.


Source : Business Insider

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Here’s What’s New in iOS 10.3

Apple is finally giving its customers a way to find their misplaced AirPods — three months after they first hit store shelves. You can update to iOS 10.3 on 3uTools now.

The company began rolling out iOS 10.3 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch on Monday. Among a few notable updates is the ability for AirPods owners to use Find My iPhone to play a sound on one or both AirPods if they are having trouble finding them, or view the last location where they were synced with their device if they are feared lost.

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As part of a spate of announcements, Apple on Tuesday revealed a new 9.7-inch budget iPad, beginning at £339 and equipped with an A9 processor.

The tablet comes with 32- and 128-gigabyte storage options, and like most iPads a choice between Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular configurations. Silver, gold, and space gray colors are available. Prices can range up to £559 for a cellular-equipped 128-gigabyte model.

Read more “Apple replaces iPad Air 2 with A9-equipped 9.7-inch iPad starting at £339”


Apple’s weapon that gives it the power to ‘monopolize’ certain iPhone repairs has been revealed. Motherboard has shared exclusive showing an ‘iPhone Calibration Machine’ that is specifically designed to replace the Touch ID and calibrate the camera and display.

Read more “iPhone Calibration Machine pictured for the first time!”