Various rumors have claimed that one of the main features of the next year’s iPhone will be a waterproof design. Sure, the iPhone 6s already has certain design elements that make it more water-resistant than any of its predecessors, but Apple isn’t labeling it as a waterproof iPhone. It’s not even marketing these particular features, which were discovered accidentally during careful teardowns.
It’s Thanksgiving Day! And now you can be thankful for today’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. We’ve got some fantastic apps for you on Thursday, including a very cool app that will turn Live Photos from your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus into GIFs you can share with anyone. There are also still a few premium apps on sale for free in yesterday’s post, if you want to check those out as well. More →
Today’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free comes just one day ahead of Thanksgiving, so you’ll have even more to be thankful for as you check out all your new apps tomorrow while the rest of your family devours a turkey. There are also a few freebies left in yesterday’s post if you hurry. More →
The countdown to Black Friday 2015 continues, but none of the deep discounts you find at your local big box retailer will drop prices all the way down to $0. Here at BGR, however, we’ve plenty of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free for you to check out. Today’s list features 10 premium iOS apps on sale for free, and you can also check out yesterday’s post if you want a few more freebies. More →
Today’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free comes exactly one week ahead of Thanksgiving Day. Sure, that means you’re about to enjoy a delicious meal with friends and family, but it also means you’re about to drop a fortune on Black Friday deals. It’s inevitable, but at least you can save some money in the meantime by downloading these 10 premium apps without paying a dime. More →
Welcome to the biggest list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free we’ve had in quite some time, featuring 11 premium iOS apps that are all on sale for free right now. We’ve got a great array today and there’s sure to be something for everyone. Those looking for even more freebies will find a few sales that haven’t yet expired in yesterday’s post. More →
Monday’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free was a great one, but now it’s Tuesday and we’re back with a fresh new post for you. Today’s edition of our ongoing app sale series is home to 10 premium apps that are all on sale for free for a limited time. As always, these apps could go back to paid at any point in time, so make sure you grab anything that looks appealing right away. Also be sure to check out yesterday’s post if you missed it. More →
Welcome to the latest installment in our series on paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. We’re starting off the new week with eight solid premium apps that are all free downloads for a limited time, and today’s list includes a few good games as well. We always get a lot of positive feedback about this post series, but some people have been asking for more games so we’ll do our best to find good ones for you more often.
As always, these sales could be over at any minute so be sure to hurry! More →
Would you love to have an Android phone that actually delivered software updates and security patches in a timely fashion? One option is to get a Nexus 6P or a Nexus 5X, both of which are excellent devices that get new software as soon as it’s ready. The other option is to do what I did by buying an iPhone 6s and loading it up with all of your favorite Google apps. PhoneArena has posted a nifty guide for getting all of Google’s best apps running as defaults on iPhones and it offers some neat tips that I hadn’t yet considered. More →
It’s only November, but Apple’s 2016 iPhone plans are starting to crystallize slowly but surely. According to a short message posted on the Weibo network by IHS Technology Research Director Kevin Wang, Apple is planning to release a 4-inch iPhone 6c in mid-2016.
Notably, this isn’t the first indication that Apple’s 2016 iPhone lineup may hit store shelves a little bit earlier than usual. Not too long ago, the typically reliable Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities issued a research note indicating that Apple in early 2016 is planning to launch a 4-inch iPhone model with an A9 processor. As it stands now, the only 4-inch iPhone model currently available from Apple is the iPhone 5s, a solid device to be sure, but one that’s more than two years old at this point.
What’s the most important thing in a smartphone camera? If you answered megapixels, you’ve been paying too much attention to marketing. Sure, the more megapixels a camera has, the more detail it’ll be able to offer when zooming in. But there are many other features of the mobile camera that matter to photo quality far more than megapixels count – which probably explains why Apple’s iPhone has managed to outperform competitors for years. In the meantime, the best Android devices rivaling the iPhone have gotten much better when it comes to camera performance, improving in several key areas such as overall picture quality and user experience. So what matters most about the smartphone camera? More →