Want to keep apps and other sensitive parts safer? Try a new security-based jailbreak tweak called BioProtectX.
In iOS 12, Apple introduces the ability to add an “alternative appearance” to Face ID on a single iPhone X device. Here are the steps to do this.
This tweak ports the iPhone X’s gesture-centric interface to the iPhone 8 and earlier.
Want to colorize the gesture bar on your jailbroken iPhone X? Give this tweak a try.
PurpleBar turns your Status Bar text purple to make it easier for iPhone X users to tell if Do Not Disturb is turned on.
The Face ID feature is being emphasized again in a brand new, memorable Apple advertisement with obviously high production value which revolves around a humorous depiction of the Face ID feature and the ability to unlock saved passwords with a glance.
Inbox fans, rejoice! Those horizontal black bars you see when checking email on your iPhone X are no anymore because Google finally updated the gesture-driven client with full support for the edge-to-edge OLED panel on Apple’s flagship smartphone.
It looks like iPhones are about to get more colorful. A new report says Apple could be prepping five color choices for the 6.1-inch LCD model.
The new iPhones should be outfitted with four gigabytes of RAM, not three like the current iPhone X and 8 models, and have 40% faster graphics and at least 10% faster CPU.
The existing set of Animoji available on your iPhone X has expanded with the new ghost, koala, tiger and T-rex characters—and iDownloadBlog’s hands-on video walkthrough takes a closer look at them all.