Sunday, 17 September 2017 I usually spend about $1,300 on a new computer, and I usually expect it to stay in good shape for about four years — if not more. So if I’m spending over $1,000 on an iPhone, how long should I expect to use it for?
Smartphones have never had the longevity that modern computers have, often staying current for only two or so years. There are a good number of reasons why: For one, smartphones are historically cheaper, so it makes sense that companies would expect them to be replaced a bit sooner. But more importantly, smartphones are evolving at such a rapid pace that there’s frequently a good reason to buy a new phone every couple of years.
Sometimes, this is a good thing: in the last two years, many phones have added second cameras, much...
A man was arrested after allegedly impersonating a U.S. marshal. 61-year-old John O’Grady was arrested inside a Best Buy. Employees said they saw O’Grady shoplift an iPhone X days earlier but never.. Source: NowThis News -
Protesters took to the streets of downtown Sacramento days after two police officers fatally shot 22-year-old Stephon Clark on March 19. Police mistook Clark's iPhone for a weapon. Source: The Washington Post - Affiliate -
According to a new report in Forbes, police in the US are regularly using dead people's fingerprints to unlock their smartphones.
Forbes spoke to anonymous sources who said that it's now "relatively.. Source: Wochit -
Donald Trump announced on March 22, 2018 that he would introduce a 25 percent import tax on Chinese products. The tax is expected to impact the technology sector the most, and could increase the price.. Source: IBTimes US -
Visionary director Stephen Soderbergh has a new film out.
The movie is shot entirely on an iPhone.
'Unsane' stars Claire Foy as a woman trying to escape a stalker.
She accidentally commits herself.. Source: Wochit -