With the iPhone X, Apple has managed to beat Samsung in its own game. The Korean company currently dominates the market with its OLED panels. It supplies OLED panels to all major smartphone OEMs out there and dominates the market with a market share of almost 97 percent. So unsurprisingly, Samsung also supplies Apple with the 5.8-inch OLED panel used on the iPhone X.
In a bid to make the process of switching from iOS to Android easier, Google has updated its Drive app for iOS to include an option to back up your contacts, calendar entries, and camera roll to the cloud. With everything being backed up to your Google account, you can then easily sign in to your new Android device and gain access to all your important data in just a few minutes.
Steve Litchfield already reviewed the iPhone 7 for iPhoneHacks, but now he’s back with a review for the larger of Apple’s newest flagships, the iPhone 7 Plus.
For many people out there, September means the arrival of a new iPhone. For many others, it just means another device gets compared to the other flagship Android-based devices already available in the market.
Carriers in the United States are notorious for preloading a bunch of bloatware on Android devices. Among the top four carriers in the region, Verizon is the worst and preloads the most number of bloatware on the devices that it sells.
The Galaxy Note7 is the latest flagship by Samsung and packs a whole bunch of new features as it becomes the Korean giant’s shiniest and most powerful baby ever. This begs the question: How do the specifications of the Note7 fair when compared to the Apple iPhone 6s Plus? Well, we decided to make it easier to see where both of those devices excel.
When Apple Music was initially announced, Apple was also happy to confirm the app would find its way to Android devices as well.
Apple Music for Android continues to see support after its initial launch, with the latest update fixing a few key issues with playback and playlists.