Publicly sharing a phone call that he’d recorded whilst in contact with the Cupertino company, on Monday – Kapeli’s developer Bogdan this week put an end to the controversial story that had taken up the Apple wire for most of last week, by announcing that Dash would not return to the App Store “anytime soon.”
Starting this week those in the U.S who may have have been looking to get their hands on the company’s latest smartphone upgrades, can do so on a SIM-free basis – meaning that choosing which carrier you wish to use with either the iPhone 7, or 7 Plus, when purchasing the device directly from Apple Online is now (finally) possible.
Although it is not yet clear just how widespread this issue is, several users who did manage to purchase the iPhone 7 (and 7 Plus) over the weekend are now reporting hearing a notable ‘hissing’ sound from each device – when under heavy usage.
It’s fair to say at this point that Apple either grossly underestimated the potential popularity of its latest smartphones, or simply didn’t have the time to meet demand … either way, many agree that this year’s launch could have been handled better.
Providing perhaps the first real-world glimpse at the photographic capabilities of its just announced smartphones, as highlighted by Broussard, Apple CEO Tim Cook has begun the week by publicly sharing the first set of photos to be taken professionally using the -now available to pre-order- iPhone 7 Plus.