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Samsung might have been toying with the idea for a long time, but it was ZTE who beat everybody to the concept and released the world's first foldable smartphone Axon M. Now, it looks like Apple is planning to do something similar with their next iPhone. The US Patent & Trade Office has just received a patent request from Apple which contains the description, a smartphone that can be "opened and closed like a book." If that's not a foldable smartphone, we don't know what is!


In fact, it sounds just like what ZTE did with the Axon, but according to the descriptions, it won't be two separate displays attached together; there would be one single foldable display. It is unclear at this point whether Apple will be going with LCD or OLED for the foldable panel, because the patent covers both, alongside microLED. Check out a portion of the exact text within the patent below.


"An electronic device may have a flexible portion that allows the device to be folded. The device may have a flexible display. The flexible display may have a flexible display layer, a cover layer, a touch sensor interposed between the flexible display layer and the cover layer, a support layer, and a polarizer layer."


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If you happen to be an Apple fan, then you should read everything we have for you today.


Augmented Reality in Apple iPhone X



Rumor has it that Apple might be developing a new kind of augmented reality (AR) technology for the iPhone X. It will apparently work based on a new sensor at the phone's back and will probably debut in 2019. Any other details regarding this are unclear at this point.


HomePod Delayed



Just when fans of the Cupertino giant thought that they were going to get their own smart speaker in the form of the HomePod, Apple has officially announced that it would be delayed. It was supposed to be ready for sale by December, but now that date has been delayed to "early next year."


Hacked Face ID



Apple took a bold decision by removing Touch ID from the iPhone X and replacing it with Face ID, but now the security of the Face ID is being challenged by a Vietnamese cybersecurity firm that goes by the name Bkav. They are claiming that they have managed to fool Face ID with a mask printed out from a 3D printer.


Smith Replaces Smith


Apple's Diversity Chief Denise Young Smith has stepped down after being in the position for just six months and he was replaced by Christie Smith.


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Whether it's an iPhone or an Android phone, recovering deleted messages from smartphones is really tough if you don't have backup. However, it becomes so much more difficult on iOS as it's a closed operating system. To recover iPhone messages, you will have to take the help of an external software and learn the steps involved in the entire process. The good news is that we have the steps simplified and listed below for you.


Step 1


You will need to purchase and install dr.fone iOS recovery on your computer first and once you do, the software can help you recover anything from Facebook messages, WhatsApp messages and SMS messages to photos, videos notes, voicemails, documents and just about anything else on your iOS device.


Step 2


Update your iTunes to the latest version and turn on "Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically" from Preferences > Devices. Exit iTunes and before moving on to Step 3, make sure that iTunes isn't running in the background.


Step 3



Connect your iOS device (iPhone/iPad/iPod) to your computer via USB and launch dr.fone. Once the software menu opens up, click on Recover. Wait for dr.fone to detect the connected device and show a menu as displayed by the screenshot below.



Step 4



Click on Start Scan and dr.fone will begin scanning your connected device for deleted messages, media and other documents. In case you don't want to go through the entire scanning process, feel free to click on Pause whenever you see the messages or the data that you are looking for in particular.


Step 5



Once the scanning is done or if you press the pause button, you should be able to see everything that dr.fone has found on the device and this will include a lot of the stuff that is already there and was never deleted. That's okay though, because you can simply check "Only display the deleted items" from the top Filter menu to see only what the software has been able to find on your device, in spite of you having deleted them earlier. From here on, you can search for specific keywords to find the data you need or you can check the previews by single clicking on them.


Step 6


Check the boxes on the side of the data that you want to recover and simply click on Recover. Most data will be saved on your computer by default, but when you attempt to recover Facebook messages, iMessages, SMS, contacts and notes, you should be prompted with option to either Recover to Computer or Recover to Device; choose whatever suits your needs.


Congratulations! You have just managed to restore all your deleted messages and other data. In case you want to try and see how all this works before you decide to purchase dr.fone, they have a trial version for that as well.



iPhones were never cheap to begin with but with the iPhone X, Apple has pretty much shattered the price barrier with a starting price of $999 in the US! So if you happen to own an iPhone, the last thing you would want is to lose it and that's exactly where tracking comes in.


Is It Possible to Track an iPhone with a Phone Number?


Technically, it is indeed possible to track an iPhone with just the phone number as long as the SIM with the number is kept inside the phone. Now, what people usually do right after stealing a phone is they take out and throw away the SIM card, thereby making it impossible for the phone company or anyone else to track your lost iPhone. In other words, unless you are dealing with someone who wants you to give you your phone back or a really ignorant thief, you will not be able to track an iPhone with just a number for too long.


What Can You Do then?



All you need to do is install mSpy on your iPhone, which is the best iPhone spy app available today. Once you have installed the application, you can not only spy on your phone's location in the US, but pretty much anywhere in the world that it is taken to. Do it today because phones don't exactly get lost with prior notice and once it has been lost without a tracking app on it, nothing much can be done really.


How Should You Use mSpy to Retrieve Your Lost iPhone?


Now that you know mSpy will do the job, the next step is understanding how the software works and how you can put it to use. mSpy uses your iPhone's unique IMEI number to track it, therefore making any SIM change ineffective against stopping the phone from being tracked. After you purchase the application from their official website, you should receive a link for downloading the software. Once you have downloaded and installed the application, set it up with your PC and your iPhone as per instructions provided here. Once this part is done, you should always be able to see your iPhone's exact location on a detailed map by logging into your provided mSpy account.


Do You Need Your iPhone to be Jailbroken?


The short answer is no, you can spy on iPhone without jailbreak with mSpy, but the features will be limited. There are a few risks, but jailbreaking your iPhone opens it up to so many new things that you should probably try it at least once.


Perhaps the best part about choosing mSpy is that it lets you do more than just track your stolen iPhone. You can use it to know where your under-aged children might be going to or with whom your employees are talking to during business hours. Before using any of those features though, make sure that you are not breaking any legal boundaries.



In a somewhat dismal presentation where certain features of the iPhone X failed on camera, Apple finally revealed the much awaited iPhone X to the world on September 12. While the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were also launched on the same day, it would be cruel but safe to say that nobody really cares about them that much in light of the iPhone X. While the new poster boy for Apple is full of controversial and downright bizarre design choices, there is no doubt that when it comes to raw power, it's a beast and now we will take a look at the Geekbench scores revealed to us by ValueWalk to see just how powerful it really is in comparison to the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8.



As you can see from the screenshot above, the iPhone X absolutely mops the floor with the S8 and the Note 8 in both single core and multi-core performance. Granted that the real world difference in performance will hardly be noticeable by users, it doesn't take away from the fact that the A11 chip is way ahead of anything that Samsung, Qualcomm or any other Android chip manufacturer might have up their sleeves anytime soon!


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