Apple will soon accept iPhones with broken cameras, screens, and buttons for in-store credit, according to a report. The trade-in value at this time is not set in stone, but any trade-in value for a busted iPhone is a decent deal…
Thanks to a policy change, Apple Stores may soon begin offering store credit for certain models of slightly damaged iPhone. In related news, the stores will soon begin to offer third-party screen protector installation, too.
No one wants to see a surplus of surprise charges on their bill, especially when they're a result of in-app purchases. To make sure that doesn't happen to you, here's how to turn off in-app purchases in iOS.
Tabulate is a case that promises to properly combine design with ergonomics by providing additional grip to your tablet or smartphone. You can 3D-print one for yourself or opt for the case's Kickstarter, which is currently live.
Despite sluggish sales growth over 2015, Apple's iPhone has reclaimed the throne in the China, surpassing local rivals Huawei, Xiaomi, and ZTE. The iPhone 6S was the most popular device in the region, followed by the iPhone 6 Plus.