Most people are trying to reduce their screens: Esti Eye adds one. The Esti Eye has a second screen, which you look at when you're not looking at your iPhone screen. It can take selfies with your rear camera lens, if you keep staring at the back screen instead of the front iPhone screen. It's either a fantasy or a monstrosity. Because, Kickstarter. The Eye is expected to retail for $189 or $229 for the 4G LTE version, both shipping in August. The battery boost and wireless charging seem useful, but it's completely unclear how the extra storage works, or how the Android device interfaces with the iPhone. Best guess: not well. But the older woman in a hoodie seems to like it.
If you really want the best of Google on your iPhone, you could always download Google's apps, The beast with two screens and OS versions exists, perhaps, iPhone accessories have hit a whole new level, As in, entire other devices, The Esti Eye is the latest accessory oddity to hit Kickstarter, Is it an accessory? Really, it's an Android phone, It just happens to snap onto the back of an iPhone, (6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus, 7 saturniid moths of north america iphone case and 7 Plus), Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
The Waze and Spotify apps are set to perform a duet of sorts. For example, if you've got both Waze, which is owned by Google, and Spotify installed on your phone, you can get driving directions straight from the Spotify app. And vice versa: You can also get Spotify playlists directly on the Waze app. If your phone senses the car is at a complete stop, you can also toggle between both of the apps with one tap. For Waze, which Google bought in 2013 for $1 billion, the news is minor. But it's the latest expansion for the app, which is reportedly testing a ride-sharing service in some cities in the United States and Latin America.
Bringing 3D touch to the iPhone 8 could make an expensive phone even more expensive, This speculation falls in line with reports from TrendForce and claims from KGI securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Kuo previously stated that Apple will stick to the gentle 2.5D curve because a full-on curved display would be harder to make on a large scale and make the iPhone less drop-proof, Apple is rumored to be loading the 10th anniversary iPhone with a ton of premium features like OLED screens, a high screen-to-body ratio, and AR capabilities, All these add-ons may result in an iPhone that costs well over $1,000, While OLED saturniid moths of north america iphone case displays may be a driving force in the price increase -- Apple reportedly spent billions of dollars securing them from Samsung -- other iPhone parts could keep the price high regardless if the iPhone's screens are curved or not..
For instance, making an OLED screen work with the iPhone's 3D touch pressure-sensitive technology could also hike up the price, Digitimes reports. While 3D touch sensors cost Apple $9 (about £7.40/AU$11.89) in current iPhones, the new OLED 3D touch sensors could cost $15 (about £12.33/AU$19.82) according to the report. While this may seem like a few bucks, it represents a 60 percent price increase for a single component. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Article updated at 4:13pm PT with analyst confirmation.