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iphone x wifi problem

10 Tips To Fix iPhone X And iPhone 8 Wi-Fi Problems

Ever since the release of the 2017 iPhone lineup, users that have upgraded to the latest flagships, have reported various problems involving the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X Wi-Fi connectivity. Issues mentioning devices that display greyed out Wi-Fi option, incorrect password prompts, are not able to connect to a hotspot or when…




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3 Tips To Fix The AT&T Dropped Calls / Busy Network Issue

AT&T is currently experiencing network problems across the United States and a series of readers have just mailed us and informed that they can’t dial or receive calls on iPhones running with the Dallas-based carrier. Those that do manage to start a conversation have high chances of experiencing a dropped call along the way. Incoming…




man snapping a portait mode with iphone x

How To Shoot A Selfie In Portrait Lighting Mode On The iPhone X

Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone is the first iOS smartphone that is able to snap a selfie and generate the impressive depth effect that highlights the subject of the photo. Until now, iPhone owners were able to shoot pictures in Portrait Mode only with the device’s rear camera. This allowed us to take Portrait Mode photos…






iPhone X displaying in Grayscale to save battery

7 iPhone X Battery Saving Tips To Maximize OLED Display Efficiency

The iPhone X ships with an impressive battery autonomy as Apple’s 2017 flagship hosts a 2716 milliamperes per hour power unit. In fact, the 10th anniversary iPhone packs two batteries that sum up the capacity mentioned above, which is slightly larger than the 2691 mAh available on the iPhone 8 Plus. However, the iPhone X…




iPhone X Super Retina OLED display.

5 Tips To Preserve The Quality Of The iPhone X Super Retina OLED Display

The iPhone X is the first smartphone manufactured by Apple that ships with an impressive OLED display. Its predecessors have all be equipped with LCD screens. The main hardware difference between the two is that the LCD requires a backlight panel to light-up the screen, while OLED emits light through each pixel. A series of…