This week at Happy Hour, Zac and Benjamin break down the features and difficulties revealed by the iPhone 13’s falling reviews and consider the personal appeal of the new iPad mini. iOS 15 is here … and we’re keeping up with the decision to sue Epic Games from a few weeks ago.
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- The crash of the iFixit iPhone 13 and 13 Pro features larger batteries, a new interior design and a camera system
- Not so ProMotion: Third-party apps limited to 60Hz animations on the iPhone 13 Pro
- First impressions: The new iPad mini is the perfect size and brings a serious opportunity
- The iPhone 13 Pro Max sets a record in a smartphone battery stress test, with nearly ten hours of continuous use
- iOS 15: Here’s everything new in FaceTime
- PSA: The iPhone 13 Pro could be almost incompatible with the MagSafe Duo
- Apple explains how it created the cinematic mode of the iPhone 13
- Convenient: Here’s how background sounds work in iOS 15
- Apple tells Epic it will not allow Fortnite to return to the App Store until the court ruling is final
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