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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possible changes coming in future iPhones, upgrades in the Nintendo Switch and more
Several reports talk about the possibility of at least one full-screen Apple iPhone that would ditch the notch and adopt an in-display Touch ID sensor.
Several reports from China surfaced recently, suggesting that Apple will release a Touch ID-enabled iPhone, without Face ID, specifically for China.
A recent report is trying to anticipate some of the key features of the 2020 iPhones, mentioning a possible return of the Touch ID.
The smallest MacBook Pro may get the most active memory it has ever seen this year. Plus, a new look iPhone this September?
The new WhatsApp update for iPhone brings the ability to lock down your application and require Face ID or Touch ID to unlock it.
A new budget iPhone could be coming four years after the original iPhone SE debuted and several months of drought for value seekers.
A recent code breakdown of the iOS 12.2 beta reveals that there will be four new iPad models that will be lacking Face ID functionality.
Apple may have finally found the way to get rid of the Notch while keeping all the benefits of Face ID, and we could even see bezels disappear
Time of Flight technology is becoming stronger for 3D sensing purposes in cameras, and Sony could be getting ready for the demand
Apple could be giving us Sony 3D sensors in the main cameras of future iPhones that would help in 3D content creation and more
On our show this week, another edition of #Bendgate, hopes redux or hopes reduced for Touch ID's comeback and Cydia shuts down.
This is what we could've gotten from Apple is they had finally decided to give us Face ID, and Touch ID, plus a possible Apple Watch with Face ID might come
With Apple's tempered forecast, millions of iPhones will no longer need to be made for the holiday quarter and that has sent parts suppliers reeling.
We get new iPad Pro renders that could end up being very close to what we may end up getting during Apple's next event on October 30th
We've got all the numbers you need and all of the little bits and bobs that Apple glossed over when it was talking about the new iPhone Xs and iPhone Xr.
If you've seen what the iPhone X can do with its cameras, just imagine that going faster. And with more dynamic range than ever before.
This is what really matters to iPhone users, according to the results of a survey. "A big battery" can apparently improve iPhone devices
This prediction comes from a generally well-regarded market analyst that has been tracking Apple for many years. Chances are, he's right.
Face ID on the upcoming 2018 iPhones is widely expected by industry sources and analysts. Guess who's excited most about this?
Joshua Vergara brings out his Backstreet Boy... again. But we also go back into the eternal battle of the notch, Apple design and 5G.
Apple has found a way to introduce fingerprint sensors in the display of their iPhone models, maybe in a not so distant future
We've been tracking this guesswork for months now and have run from between $550 and $800 as a starting price for the basic iPhone experience.