Buying a smartphone is not an investment. The device practically starts depreciating the moment it hits the market and so, for love of god, stop saying that buying a phone is an investment. However, I can’t argue with you if the phone in question is the Goldphone.
We know modern iPhone has got the T2 chip that include a dedicated AES hardware engine to power line-speed encryption as files are written and read. But what about the cameras? They are susceptible to hacking too, don’t they? Well, if that’s your concern, then you are going to need an iPhone without cameras.
If the new Apple iPhone 12 Pro is too big or too pricey for you, you may want to check out the non-Pro iPhone 12 instead. There are two models under iPhone 12: the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini.
Another year, another iPhone. This time the latest iPhone 12 Pro is powered by the latest A14 Bionic with next-gen neural engine and boasts a Ceramic Shield front cover, a 12 MP pro camera system, LiDAR scanner, the largest Super Retina XDR display, and of course, 5G.
As major smartphone developers are in a race for market share, it is imperative that their flagship devices have stand out features. Any competitive difference the device has to offer could mean if a company will emerge as the winner. Lets not forget about pricing too, but that’s another story for another day.
This one is dedicated to the budget Apple fan: the new Apple iPhone SE. It may be a budget iPhone with no fancy edge-to-edge display, but boy oh boy, it has the same chip that powers the iPhone 11 Series, the A13 Bionic with third-generation neural engine. It even gets an IP rating too (IP67).
There is nothing to celebrate about a tragedy of the Titanic, but we can always have a piece that reminds us of its grandeur and tragedy. The Caviar iPhone 11 Pro/Pro Max Titanic Edition is such a piece, but as expected from the maestro of luxe phones, it comes a rather hefty price. But more …
Since the unveiling of Tesla Cybertruck last year, all manner of Cybertruck-inspired products, be it in good faith or parody, has surfaced. If you have been wondering, why there isn’t a Cyberphone? Well, wonder no more, my friends. Because, Caviar, the name for luxing all thing and everything, is right on it.
If a starting price of $999 for an iPhone 11 Pro is not by any measure a luxury to you and you considered solid gold, diamonds and perhaps, even a mechanical watch complication, as true measures of luxury, well then, Caviar Phone has just the right iPhone for you.
It has been just over a week since iPhone 11 was released into the market, but already, we are hearing about 2020’s iPhone 12. Posted by popular Apple leaker Ben Geskin on Twitter (@BenGeskin) two days ago, the lone image is purportedly a render of a 2020 iPhone prototype.