Apple has officially confirmed that the latest version of iOS, designed for both the iPhone 6S (and iPhone 6S Plus), features a bug that could prevent the battery percentage indicator from updating as it normally should – in certain situations.
It might seem like a crazy thought: Apple actually considering getting rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack that currently exists on its iPhone (and iPad) … but there is at least some logic behind the move.
Fresh out of the U.S Patent and Trademark Office, a new patent originally filed by Apple could indicate that the company is planning to use several cameras inside a future version of the iPhone, in order to further bolster the smartphone’s “Optical Zoom” capabilities.
Apple has been forced to raise the price of both its flagship tablet and smartphone in Germany, following a copyright levy agreement that will see the firm begin to pay artists and producers a cut of device sales, in order to help benefit their creative endeavours.
With 2016 set to mark the introduction of the next-generation iPhone, reports have already begun to surface regarding exactly what the next version of Apple’s top-selling iPhone might offer to users.
Expanding its “The only thing that’s changed is everything” TV campaign, Apple has in the last few hours shared two further ads relating to the iPhone 6S.