Published December 10, 2014
• Updated June 14, 2017
With the release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, the iPhone has now joined the ranks of Android phones with large screens. Personally, I think these screen sizes are just right, but everyone always want more. In this case, more means a physically smaller phone that some how retains the 4.7” or 5.5” screen size. How could Apple conceivably do this?
Published September 27, 2014
• Updated June 2, 2018
I recently purchased an iPhone 6 and immediately noticed the phone call volume through the earpiece was much lower than my iPhone 5.
Speaker volume was more than loud enough, but the low earpiece volume - even though it was at max volume during the phone call - was making it difficult to understand the person on the other end.
Published March 23, 2014
• Updated June 3, 2018
I have used an iPhone ever since they were revealed to the world in 2007. Since then I have never used a case (or as I like to call it “rolling naked”).
Whether you agree or not, the iPhone (especially the 4 and 5) are fantastically designed devices, and I never wanted a case to cover that up. In addition, I think most of the cases on the market are down right ugly or simply too big.