Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Tech News

Apple will soon offer better support for third-party iPhone displays and batteries

Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge

Apple’s putting renewed focus on its repairability efforts today. The company has extended its self-service diagnostics tool to Europe, giving customers in 32 countries an easier way to test products for potential issues.

But perhaps more interesting is the fact that Apple also published a new whitepaper — “Longevity, by Design” (PDF link) — that explains “the company’s principles for designing for longevity.” I’m sure there’ll be a lot of analysis about every page, but within the paper is actually some news: Apple says that later this year, it will extend more software features to third-party iPhone components.

True Tone, the feature that adjusts an iPhone display’s white balance to better match your environment, has typically been…

Continue reading…

You May Also Like

Tech News

Rufino Choque, from the Urus Indigenous community, stands over a boat in the middle of the extinct Poopó Lake, which disappeared in 2015. |...

Politics

When word first broke that Joe Biden would be sitting down with Howard Stern for a live interview Friday on his SiriusXM show, it...

Editor's Pick

Paul Best Merry Oaks Baptist Church in Chatham County, North Carolina, near the site of a new VinFast factory. North Carolina officials announced a long sought‐​after...

Tech News

It’s not the Vita comeback we were hoping for, but the Sony’s portable remote player is still a handy companion. | Photo by Antonio...

Generated by Feedzy