Every year we get to see the best photos taken with an iPhone thanks to the iPhone Photography Awards (IPPA) and 2021 is no different. The IPPA released its winners for this year yesterday, and they're all stunning photos. But what's most noticeable is the fact that few of the winners were taken on the latest hardware. In fact, one was taken on an iPhone 5s.
Apple's fancy new MagSafe Battery Pack is now here and people can walk into an Apple Store and buy one. But the battery pack's come in for some hate for a few reasons — and all of that could have been avoided if Apple hadn't buried the lede when it announced this thing.
Pegasus is military-grade spyware sold at incredible expense to nation-states, governments, and agencies, ostensibly to fight crime and terrorism, but reports say it’s being abused by authoritarian regimes against journalists and dissidents. But what does that have to do with your iPhone?
No, I'm not joking. Yes, I'm aware there are rumors of camera improvements and that 120Hz ProMotion display we were promised last year. But bear with me here — I still think an always-on display could be iPhone 13's biggest new feature of the year.