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Apple memiliki rekan perusahaan yang memasok komponen untuk iPhone.
The UK doesn't want to sit by the wayside while the US, Japan and other countries streamline the adoption of self-driving cars. The country's finance ministry has revealed that its upcoming budget (due on November 22nd) will include measures intende...
Animoji menjadi daya tarik iPhone X. Tapi jika kamu tertarik dengan fitur tersebut tidak perlu membeli ponsel yang harganya Rp 18 juta itu.
Game Minecraft akan mendapatkan update besar khususnya untuk tampilan grafis.
iPhone X jadi salah satu yang diperhitungkan. Time menyebutnya sebagai A Smarter Smartphone dan memasukkannya dalam daftar 25 penemuan terbaik 2017.
Google dilaporkan memberantas semua YouTube dengan format APK yang beredar. Langkah ini dilakukan menyusul munculnya YouTube APK yang menyuguhkan model 'gelap'.
Aplikasi bisa menunjang pekerjaan maupun memberikan kemudahan dalam pemanfaatan perangkat mobile.
Perangkat tersebut membawa RAM 8GB serta spesifikasi canggih yang disematkan di dalamnya.
Alexander Rusli menanggalkan jabatan Presidr dan CEO Indosat Ooredoo terhitung sejak 31 Oktober kemarin. Dari situ ia akan pindah ke startup.
Peredaran software bajakan tampaknya sulit dibendung dan dipakai oleh banyak pengguna, termasuk di Indonesia.
Potret para hewan albino langka ini memang menarik dan seperti magis, mereka terlihat berbeda dari spesiesnya.
Tesla only just unveiled its Semi electric truck, but it's already lining up honest-to-goodness customers -- and we don't just mean for testing, either. Canadian grocery chain Loblaws has pre-ordered 25 of the giant EVs to haul food to its stores acr...
Robot diprogram untuk dapat melakukan gerakan-gerakan tertentu yang membantu pekerjaan manusia.
Fujifilm mengkomplain permintaan Polaroid yang meminta uang royalti dari penggunaan desain kertas film instan berbentuk persegi.
Trik menjadwal pesan WhatsApp.
Even intelligence gatherers aren't immune to making mistakes that leave data wide open. Researchers at UpGuard have revealed that the US military's Central Command and Pacific Command left "at least" 1.8 billion collected internet posts exposed on a...
Spotify membeli sebuah layanan bernama Soundtrap yang merupakan penyedia layanan studio rekaman musik secara online.
WhatsApp dipakai miliaran orang di seluruh dunia.
Spotify membeli sebuah layanan bernama Soundtrap yang merupakan penyedia layanan studio rekaman musik secara online.
Those rumors of Apple using custom ARM chips for more features inside Macs? They're true... and you might not have to wait long to witness it in action. Jonathan Levin has combed through BridgeOS code that should accompany the iMac Pro, and it looks...
The Texas Rangers have served Apple with search warrants for data linked to the iPhone of Devin Kelley, who killed 26 people at a church in Sutherland Springs near San Antonio.
Berikut ini beberapa artikel terpopuler mulai dari Ditemukan Fosil Berusia 260 Juta Tahun hingga Inikah Drone Phone Pertama di Dunia.
Saat ini kata tiang listrik tersebut masih jadi bahan perbincangan netizen, yaitu dengan tagar #AkuHarusSekuatTiangListrik. Seperti apa kicauannya?
Saat ini kata tiang listrik tersebut masih jadi bahan perbincangan netizen, yaitu dengan tagar #AkuHarusSekuatTiangListrik. Seperti apa kicauannya?
Di balik kesuksesan Alibaba pada hari belanja online, Sabtu (11/11) lalu, ada teknologi robot canggih yang berperan.
Di balik kesuksesan Alibaba pada hari belanja online, Sabtu (11/11) lalu, ada teknologi robot canggih yang berperan.
Artikel Techno Okezone dalam sepekan cukup banyak dibaca oleh netizen.
You no longer have to fire up Google Photos if you want to use Lens to glean information from the world around you. Users have noticed that Lens in now available in Google Assistant on both original Pixel and Pixel 2 phones. Tap a camera button while...
Xiaomi has chosen to focus its efforts on dozens of markets outside the US that very few of its products ever make it stateside. It has slowly been bringing its offerings into the country, though, and has started selling four new products on Amazon (...
The HomePod may be delayed, but we have still have the launch of the iMac Pro to look forward to before the end of the year. This evening, a couple of tidbits regarding the iMac Pro have emerged thanks to some digging by developers Johnathan Levin and Steve Troughton-Smith… more…
In this week’s top stories: What to expect when Apple introduces new iPhones in 2018, the HomePod will miss its December launch, Apple opens its new Apple Park Visitor Center, and more. Read on for all this week’s news… more…
The Minecraft team had a bunch of news at their MineCon Earth convention, but the biggest news may be what's not happening. Mojang and Microsoft have delayed the launches of both the Super Duper Graphics Pack and cross-platform Switch multiplayer to...
Apple announced yesterday that it’s delaying the HomePod smart speaker into early 2018, missing the critical holiday shopping season. The delay is definitely a disappointment for eager Apple fans, but thankfully there are a handful of other smart (and dumb) speaker options out there. In many cases, they may even be better options than Apple’s HomePod. Read on as we break it all down… more…
After closing this past spring for remodeling, Apple’s Burlingame, CA retail location reopened this morning in conjunction with their Burlington, MA store. Both stores have been updated to match Apple’s new retail design style. 9to5Mac stopped in at the new Burlingame store opening where an impressive line formed to see what’s new. more…
NASA and NOAA know that multi-day weather forecasts can be crucial to tracking hurricanes and their aftermath, and they're about to significantly boost the reliability of those forecasts. They just launched JPSS-1 (Joint Polar Satellite System-1), t...
Inside the First Church of Artificial Intelligence Mark Harris, Wired You may know Anthony Levandowski from being at the center of Waymo's lawsuit against Uber, but he's also the "Dean" or leader of a new religion of artificial intelligence. Wired...
Jaringan ponsel mobile EE mendemonstrasikan jaringan 5G, menunjukkan angka kecepatan download 2,8 Gbps.
Tesla dropped an electric semi truck and a new Roadster at a recent event, but it apparently launched another product that didn't get any stage time. The automaker has released, of all things, an external battery pack (the Powerbank) with USB, microU...
Apple Park’s Visitor Center opened to the public for the first time on Friday, and we’ve already shown you photos from the line, a look at the exclusive merchandise available for purchase, and the immersive AR experience you can try out if you visit. For those unable to visit, we’ve brought you a full video tour of the visitor facility on opening day. more…
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Welcome to the weekend. We'll recap this week's news highlights (take another look at Tesla's new sports car) and check out notable stories from Friday.
Federal Network Agency Jerman (Bundesnetzagentur) mengeluarkan larangan untuk smartwatch yang ditujukan bagi anak-anak.
KPK punya andil dalam mengajarkan masyarakat untuk anti korupsi melalui media permainan board game. Seperti apa ya?
WhatsApp disebut tengah memperbarui fitur voice notes. Pengguna pun dijanjikan bakal makin mudah mengirim pesan suara.
WhatsApp disebut tengah memperbarui fitur voice notes. Pengguna pun dijanjikan bakal makin mudah mengirim pesan suara.
Gibran Rakabuming mengajak masyarakat untuk main board game bersama keluarga. Apa sih bedanya dengan permainan digital?
Pengguna Instagram kini makin dimudahkan berbagi konten di Stories. Selain lewat aplikasi, pengguna kini bisa memposting foto maupun video lewat browser ponsel.
Pengguna Instagram kini makin dimudahkan berbagi konten di Stories. Selain lewat aplikasi, pengguna kini bisa memposting foto maupun video lewat browser ponsel.
APIBGI bekerjasama dengan Gamelab Binus munculkan gagasan "Ayo Main Board Game Indonesia". Apa itu broad game ya?
Dua jam sebelum jadwal lepas landas, SpaceX membatalkan rencananya untuk meluncurkan roket Falcon 9.
Perusahaan penyedia solusi pembayaran UniPin menggelar kompetisi Mobile Legends bertajuk Pandawalima Tournament.
Perusahaan penyedia solusi pembayaran UniPin menggelar kompetisi Mobile Legends bertajuk Pandawalima Tournament.
Oppo F5 resmi dilepas ke pasaran. Pada penjualan perdananya, Oppo F5 cukup diminati masyarakat Indonesia.
Kereta api Jerman akan dilengkapi dengan TV digital, konsol video game, area bermain untuk anak-anak, hingga gym.
Membawa sejumlah pembaruan membuat Oppo F5 diminati masyarakat. Terbukti angka penjualan perdananya cukup tinggi.
Membawa sejumlah pembaruan membuat Oppo F5 diminati masyarakat. Terbukti angka penjualan perdananya cukup tinggi.
Since 2010, Verizon's wireless arm has had an arrangement for streaming NFL games to phones (and, after they became a thing, also tablets), but Bloomberg reports it will stretch to TVs soon. According to unnamed sources, both parties are close to a n...
Operator terbesar Korea Selatan SK Telecom mengonfirmasi telah menghabiskan semua stok pre-order iPhone X, hanya dalam tiga menit. 
Patungan beramai-ramai atau crowdfunding untuk Pesawat R80 terus bergulir. Totalnya saat ini sudah mencapai Rp 5.774.946.401 loh!
Mulai Senin (20/11/2017), kita akan melihat perubahan atribut sejumlah pengemudi Grab. Mereka tak mengenakan jaket dan helm hijau, tapi berganti jadi emas.
Mulai Senin (20/11/2017), kita akan melihat perubahan atribut sejumlah pengemudi Grab. Mereka tak mengenakan jaket dan helm hijau, tapi berganti jadi emas.
Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) tak mau ketinggalan dengan perkembangan teknologi. Organisasi ini pun meluncurkan aplikasi sebagai bukti revolusi digital.
Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) tak mau ketinggalan dengan perkembangan teknologi. Organisasi ini pun meluncurkan aplikasi sebagai bukti revolusi digital.
Seorang dokter Italia mengumumkan bahwa dirinya akan segera melakukan transplantasi kepala manusia untuk pertama kalinya di China. 
Dengan segudang fasilitas mewah di pesawat terbang, 'ganjalan' yang tersisa adalah koneksi internet yang terbatas. Namun Emirates siap menjawab tantangan itu.
Dengan segudang fasilitas mewah di pesawat terbang, 'ganjalan' yang tersisa adalah koneksi internet yang terbatas. Namun Emirates siap menjawab tantangan itu.
Dengan segudang fasilitas mewah di pesawat terbang, 'ganjalan' yang tersisa adalah koneksi internet yang terbatas. Namun Emirates siap menjawab tantangan itu.
Alexander Rusli telah resmi melepas jabatan dari posisi CEO Indosat Ooredoo dan digantikan oleh Joy Wahjudi.
The LIFX Mini is about what you'd hope for from an iPhone-compatible smartbulb, and with HomeKit, LIFX is finally ready to go toe-to-toe with the popular Philips Hue platform.
Resmi dijual di Korea Selatan, iPhone X diklaim langsung ludes dipesan hanya dalam waktu tiga menit.
Resmi dijual di Korea Selatan, iPhone X diklaim langsung ludes dipesan hanya dalam waktu tiga menit.
People planning to get a HomePod for the holidays were disappointed by a surprise delay. We did, however, get a possible glimpse at future iPhones, including a colossal 6.5-inch model rumored to be coming next year.
Produsen ponsel pintar Infinix meluncurkan amunisi terbarunya, Zero 5, di FIVE Palm Jumeirah Dubai, UEA, Selasa (14/11). Seperti apa kecanggihannya?
Kota mengapung di lautan tidak cuma ada di film fiksi. Dengan bantuan teknologi, sudah ada rancangan kota mengapung seperti berikut ini.
Kota mengapung di lautan tidak cuma ada di film fiksi. Dengan bantuan teknologi, sudah ada rancangan kota mengapung seperti berikut ini.
Jika ada robot yang mendekati kemiripan dengan manusia, Erica adalah salah satunya. 
The question of how to reign in monitoring enabled by Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) has been in the spotlight ever since the Edward Snowden PRISM revelations. What exactly to do about it has gone back and forth, but...
Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence (METI) International telah berhasil mengirim pesan ke angkasa luas, yang diharapkan dibalas oleh alien pada 2042.
Jika Anda pengguna Twitter, Anda pasti tahu bahwa menghapus tweets dalam jumlah yang banyak akan terasa melelahkan.
Tiga berita di kanal Techno Okezone mendapatkan atensi yang cukup besar dalam sepekan ini.
The iPhone X has a different approach to lock screen notifications. AppleInsider delves into the difference, how to revert it to its previous behavior, and why Apple may have made the decisions that it did.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A resmi mendarat di Indonesia, dibanderol Rp 1,499, Meski dibanderol murah namun spesifikasi dan fitur yang ditawarkan pun tidak mengecewakan
Seorang YouTuber bernama Brandon Baldwin menguji coba smartphone premium Galaxy S8 dan iPhone X. 
Apple Park’s Visitor Center opened to the general public for the first time today, and one of the features many people are most excited about is an interactive augmented reality experience that Apple has built to show guests what the new campus is all about. We got a hands-on look with the special app to see how it works. more…
On Thursday, Apple paid its shareholders of record (as of November 13th) a quarterly dividend of $0.63 per share, totaling $3 billion in dividends on its outstanding shares for the quarter, on stock that has appreciated 46.5 percent so far in 2017.
If you tend to work in Google Docs, you already know about it being down for hours on Wednesday, but only AT&T users had the pleasure of realizing their phones also didn't work for a good portion that same day. To fix it, AT&T told users...
Salah satu fitur yang dinantikan di aplikasi pesan instan WhatsApp adalah menghapus pesan. 
Cupertino locals were invited to Apple Park on Friday morning for their first glance at the new Visitor Center overlooking the new headquarters.
At Blizzcon earlier this month, the studio behind Overwatch announced a new playable character for the hero shooter: Moira, a healer with evasive and damage-dealing abilities. Last night, she became available to play on PC and consoles -- and wouldn'...
This week Benjamin and Zac discuss changes coming to watchOS apps, the launch of GymKit in Australia, changes in iOS 10.2 beta for iPhone X, iPhone rumors for next year including a larger OLED model and a mid-sized LCD update, and anticipation of HomePod and AirPlay 2. 9to5Mac’s Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, Google Play Music, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. more…
Most people find a short walk to and from a public transportation stop pretty reasonable, but the further away that stop is from their home or their destination, the less convenient it becomes. Well the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation...
The fifth review of my iPhone X Roundup series focuses on Pad & Quill, Spigen, OtterBox, LifeProof, Totallee, and Sena. If you've missed my previous posts, I'm taking a close look at iPhone X cases from a range of manufacturers. We don't often feature case reviews on MacRumors, but with the launch of the iPhone X and its new design, we felt it was worth exploring some of the available case options. My previous reviews are below: iPhone X Case Review Roundup 1 iPhone X Case Review Roundup 2 iPhone X Case Review Roundup 3 iPhone X Case Review Roundup 4 For all of these reviews, I'm looking at the general usability of iPhone X cases. Extreme drop tests and in-depth testing aren't covered because those factors are less important than how a case works on an average day, and it's often fairly easy to tell from design how protective a case is going to be. Factors like bulk, button accessibility, general protection, grip, thickness, and appearance are what I focused on. All of the cases in this review roundup work with wireless chargers unless otherwise mentioned. OtterBox OtterBox used to be known primarily for its super bulky, ultra protective cases, but these days, OtterBox makes a lot of other cases that are still just as protective but add less bulk than the traditional Defender series. Priced at $44.95, the Symmetry series offers OtterBox's slimmest cases. When I say slim, though, I mean in comparison to other OtterBox cases, not "slim" cases in general. The Symmetry is still a very thick case with a hard shell back and a rubber interior that wraps around all sides of the iPhone X. Symmetry cases are not unattractive, but they're much thicker than I prefer for my iPhone. There is a thick lip that comes up over the display, and while a lip this thick protects the screen, it makes it undeniably more irritating to swipe up from the bottom of the display if you're a person who swipes from the very bottom. The mute switch is difficult to get to because of the thickness of the case, and it may not work with some docks. On the plus side, the volume and power buttons are easy to press. This is definitely a case that feels like it's going to offer a lot of protection from drops. The Pursuit, priced at $69.95, is thicker and more protective than the Symmetry. It has a hard plastic body with a thick rubber that wraps around the side of the case. It snaps apart into two pieces so you can get your iPhone X inside, and snapping it back together can take a few minutes of attempting to align it. This is a case that's designed to cover the ports of the iPhone X to protect it from the elements (dust, mud, dirt, and snow), so the Lightning port, mute switch, and speaker holes are all covered up, and there's a seal around the camera. Buttons are easy to press, and there's a new switch on the case for muting, but to charge, you'll need to remove a small rubber cover over the Lightning port. Most people are not going to need this level of protection, so this is something of a niche case. Ultimately, the Pursuit is a lot like a thinner Defender case, and it's one of the more protective cases you can get. OtterBox's Strada Folio, priced at $49.95, combines OtterBox-style protection with a folio design. A rubber-lined hard plastic shell protects the iPhone, and at the exterior, it's covered in leather for those who like a leather look. There's a wraparound front cover, also made of leather, with a slot for holding cards or cash. The Strada Folio is similar in overall size to the Symmetry, so while it's not as bulky as other OtterBox offerings, it's still bulky in comparison to slimmer cases from other companies. OtterBox does a good job with buttons and ports, so everything is accessible and can be easily pressed, with the exception of the power button, which I found difficult to use. The Strada Folio offers total device protection with the front cover and like all OtterBox cases, it feels like it could survive some serious damage. The OtterBox Defender (Screenless Edition) is a traditional ultra protective OtterBox case. It is the thickest iPhone X case OtterBox offers, and it feels like it's thicker than two iPhone X models stacked on top of each other. There's some serious bulk here. It offers full protection for the iPhone X and covers all of the ports, plus it seals the area around the camera. It comes apart in three pieces (two halves of a plastic shell and then the rubber skin), so you can put it on the iPhone, and there's also a removable belt clip. The Defender is incredibly rigid with a plastic interior and a rubber exterior, plus padding inside for the iPhone X. I would be absolutely shocked if an iPhone X didn't survive a serious fall in this case. Needless to say, the lip around the case comes up a significant amount over the display and somewhat restricts swiping up from the bottom of the iPhone X. Again, this is a level of protection most people won't need, but for those who do, it's nice to have the option. Spigen Spigen makes a lot of cases, and I took a look at most of the collection because Spigen appears to be a favorite on the MacRumors forum. Many of you told me you use Spigen cases and recommended them for review. Bear with me, because this is going to be a long section. Ultra Hybrid S ($24.99) - This is a clear case with a hard plastic shell and rubber sides that come up to protect the display. It features a built-in kickstand that works in landscape mode, which is neat if you watch a lot of videos, but I don't love the look of the kickstand. The case isn't super thin, nor is it super thick, and it's grippy because of flexible sides. It's clear and does leave the edges of the iPhone X largely visible. Buttons are easy to press, and while it's not the most protective case I've looked at, it should offer decent protection from drops. Ultra Hybrid ($24.99) - If you don't like the kickstand of the Ultra Hybrid S, the Ultra Hybrid is for you. It's identical, but it does away with the kickstand. All of the Ultra Hybrid cases are clear, but offer different color border options. Like Ultra Hybrid S, this is a hard plastic shell with rubber sides that offer good grip. Ultra Hybrid and Ultra Hybrid S are middle-of-the-road cases that are bulkier than some slim fit cases, but not too bulky that it ruins the design of the iPhone X. Thin Fit ($14.99) - I like minimal cases, so this was one of my overall favorites. The Thin Fit is a thin shell that's made from a hard, smooth, grippy material that's easy to hold onto. It leaves the top and the bottom of the iPhone X open, and it doesn't interfere at all with swiping, so this is a good choice for those of you who are bothered by that bottom lip. All buttons are also exposed so there's no interference with button usage, and there's a very slim lip that protects the sides of the display when the iPhone is facedown. At the back, there's also a slight protective lip around the camera. This case is going to offer protection from rear scratches and may protect from small drops, but it's definitely super light protection. This case adds little bulk to the iPhone X since it's 0.5mm thick, so it's almost unnoticeable. Neo Hybrid and Neo Hybrid Crystal ($29.99) - The Neo Hybrid is your average semi-protective case that's of a medium thickness. It's not as thin as something like the Thin Fit, but also not as thick as, say, the Symmetry from OtterBox. The Neo Hybrid case is made from a flexible rubber with plastic edging, while the Neo Hybrid Crystal is made from a clear hard plastic with some rubber accenting at the edges that obscures the iPhone X edges. Both cases offer good grip and have display protection in the form of a lip, but that lip does wrap all the way around the iPhone X, including the bottom of the display. Buttons are covered but remain easy to press, and given the thicker borders, both cases feel like they offer decent drop protection. Tough Armor ($34.99) - Tough Armor is another Spigen case that comes with a kickstand that works when the iPhone X is in landscape mode. It's made from a soft, flexible rubber material that's reinforced at the back and the lower sides with a hard plastic. Generally, anything with "armor" in the name is a little bulkier than the average case, and that's true of this case. Buttons are covered, but easy to press, but it's less grippy than other Spigen cases. It's fairly thick, with thick bezels around the display. Those bezels don't come up too high though, so while it does interfere with bottom swiping a little bit, it's easy to get used to. This case wraps around the camera notch and has a cutout for the Apple logo. I'm not a huge fan of its design, but it definitely feels protective. Slim Armor CS ($34.99) - Slim Armor CS is similar in design to Tough Armor and seems to offer about the same level of protection, but does not have the Apple logo cutout on the back. Instead, there's a hard plastic piece that slides over to allow you to store cards underneath. The slide mechanism is a little fragile and I did break the entire case apart once during this review, so that's something worth keeping in mind. I don't know how it'll hold up over time. Rugged Armor ($19.99) - I'm not sure why this case is called rugged, because it doesn't feel rugged to me. It's made of a soft, flexible rubber material that's a little bit too smooth, and it's thinner than Spigen's other "armor" cases because it doesn't have additional hard plastic accenting. It does offer a lip over the display (which isn't too raised) and it protects the camera, plus it covers all of the buttons. It doesn't feel as protective as the Tough Armor, but it's thicker than something like the Slim Fit without being too bulky, so it's a decent compromise between protection and slimness. It does have a cutout at the back for the Apple logo. Hybrid Armor ($29.99) - Hybrid Armor is a similar to the Slim Armor CS and the Tough Armor. It's a flexible rubber case that has a hard plastic shell on the back. With all of these armor cases that also have plastic, the plastic piece pops off. On this one, it tends to come off randomly and doesn't stick down well, something that would definitely be an irritation in every day use. This feels about as thick and as protective as the Tough Armor, so it seems like it'll hold up well to drops. With this case, the power button is easy to press, but the volume buttons offer a little bit of resistance. It protects the camera, has an Apple logo cutout, and does offer all-around protection with a lip to keep the display safe when facedown. Wallet S ($29.99) - As the name suggests, this is a case that's designed to replace a wallet. It's a folio-style case, with a hard plastic shell that holds the iPhone in place and a front cover that can hold multiple cards in card slots and some cash in the larger side pocket. For a folio case, the Wallet S is fairly slim, and there's a little magnetic strap that keeps it closed. Most folio cases don't have something to keep them closed so I always worry about how they'll land in a drop, but this particular case should keep the front and back of the iPhone X case safe. The inner shell of this seems to be the Thin Fit case, which has a bit of a lip at the sides of the iPhone but leaves the top and bottom bare. The front flap folds back when the iPhone X is in use, so it's not much different from a non-folio case. Design wise, it's rather plain, and is made of a fake leather material, but the cover does fold back to serve as a stand for watching videos in landscape mode. Liquid Crystal ($19.99) - The Liquid Crystal is another Spigen favorite of mine. It's clear, but instead of hard plastic, it's made from a soft TPU material. It's super grippy and easy to hold on to, and it lets the design of the iPhone X shine through. There's a lot of Spigen branding on the edges, though, which does obscure the shiny stainless steel. There's a little bit of a lip to protect the iPhone's display, which does wrap all the way around, but I didn't find it to be an irritation when swiping because it's not super raised. Buttons are accessible and easy to press, and this case is slim while managing to feel like it still offers decent protection. These must be prone to staining, because Spigen includes cleaning instructions and a cleaning wipe. There are actually several variations of the Liquid Crystal, including the standard clear model, a Matte black version, the Liquid Crystal Blossom with a flower petal design, the Liquid Crystal Glitter (my favorite), and the Liquid Crystal Shine with a mandala pattern. Liquid Air ($14.99) - Liquid Air is similar to Liquid Crystal because it's also made from a flexible rubber material. It's relatively slim, though not as slim as Thin Fit, and offers an attractive diamond pattern. The material it's made from is fairly slippery, so I didn't think this one offered great grip, but I did like that it was slim while still appearing to offer solid protection. It covers the buttons but leaves them easy to press, and there is a wraparound lip to protect the display. This case doesn't add a lot of bulk and was one of my favorites from Spigen thanks to its attractive design and thin profile. Rugged Crystal ($24.99) - I'd describe the Rugged Crystal case as a Liquid Crystal that's well, more rugged. It's made from the same flexible clear TPU material that is incredibly grippy, but there's extra reinforcement at the corners. The extra reinforcement offers additional protection from drops, but it also looks a little goofy. Other than the reinforced corners, it's basically identical to the Liquid Crystal. Totallee Totallee offers ultra thin plastic cases that are basically identical to cases from other companies like Peel. A bunch of companies make cases like this, but Totallee's cases are reasonably priced at $19 and come in a nice range of colors. These cases are 0.02" thick, so somewhere around 3mm, which means they're not really going to offer much drop protection for the iPhone X. They'll protect well from scratches, but there is no lip around the display so if your iPhone X falls face first, it's like having a naked device. If you only need scratch protection, Totallee cases are perfect because they add next to no bulk. There are different finish options, and some are more expensive than others. The metallic finishes, which look great, are $25, for example. Pad & Quill Pad & Quill makes higher-end cases that are more expensive than what you might get from companies like Spigen or OtterBox. All of P&Q's products are carefully crafted and well-made, so you know you're getting your money's worth. Most of Pad & Quill's cases are leather folio-style cases, but the Timberline, priced at $39.95, is one of the more unique cases I've taken a look at during these reviews. The Timberline is quite slim, with a hard polycarbonate shell that features a back that's made from real wood. You can get American Walnut or Rosewood, and the Rosewood case I have on hand offers an interesting contrast to the steel and glass body of the iPhone X. This case leaves the top and bottom of the iPhone uncovered, as well as the buttons, so it's a good option for those who like more minimal cases that don't interfere with the iPhone's functionality. The wood and polycarbonate combo is smooth and doesn't offer the best grip, and while there's a little bit of a lip at the sides of the iPhone to protect the display when it's facedown, it's very slight. If your iPhone falls back down, this case is going to offer good protection, but less so if it falls on the display. Pad & Quill's Bella Fino Wallet Case, priced at $89.95, is a folio-style case that doubles as a wallet. Like most folio cases, this is designed for people who want extra functionality from their case, not those looking for something slim. This case, which is leather, adds a good bit of bulk to the iPhone, but it's definitely one of the highest quality folio-style case I've reviewed in my roundups. There are three card slots inside, along with a clear card slot that can hold a driver's license or ID card. The iPhone sits inside of a simple plastic case that attaches to the Bella Fino using an adhesive strip. The adhesive that holds the case in place is strong and did not budge even when shaken vigorously upside down. It also allows the inner case to be removed, if you so desire, and with the adhesive, it can be used case-free. The inner case is minimal and does not cover the top, bottom, or buttons of the iPhone X, so it does not interfere with swiping or button uses. The Bella Fino is essentially the same size as something like a pocket journal, and it will likely protect the iPhone X from most drops unless it falls face down flat. Pad & Quill also makes a second version of the Bella Fino, the Bella Fino Heritage ($99.99), that is a two-color option. It is identical to the Bella Fino case in design, but is available in a lighter shade of leather with a chocolate leather spine. Both the Bella Fino and the Bella Fino Heritage are rather stiff when they first arrive, but over time, the leather loosens up, wears in, and becomes more supple. The two cases will also take on unique patinas with usage, and the Bella Fino Heritage in particular will get much darker. Sena Sena makes high-quality leather cases that feel nice and look elegant. I was a fan of a lot of the designs the Sena cases offered, and those of you who prefer leather cases will definitely want to take a look at this brand. Isa Crossbody Snap On Leather Wallet Case ($79.95) - The Isa Wallet Case comes with a giant strap so you can wear it crossbody, which seems entirely ridiculous to me. I would absolutely not want my iPhone X dangling around at my hip like this, and while the strap is removable, if you use this case without it, there are two rather large loops at the bottom. It's a great color, though, and it does serve as a wallet replacement. It has space for a driver's license and several credit cards in an extra little wallet add-on at the back of the case. Because of its thickness, this case does not work with wireless charging. I do like the quilted design of the case and the slim fit, and Sena did a good job with the button covers. All Sena cases have these nice metal buttons that are super easy to press. There is a lip that wraps all the way around the phone and does interfere a bit with upwards swiping. Racer Leather Snap On Case ($54.95) - While I thought the Isa case was totally impractical, the Racer case from Sena is a different story. It's made from blue and black leather with a racer stripe design that's attractive in person. The leather is grippy and the back is padded, so it's easy to hold on to, and quite pleasant in the hand. Though there's a padded back, this case is actually fairly slim and has a nice small lip that protects the display of the iPhone X. The bottom of the case is open so it doesn't interfere with swiping upwards or charging on a dock. Bence Lanyard Snap On Case ($54.95) - The Bence case is similar to the Racer case, but without the extra strip in the middle. It's made from the same soft, padded leather, which I like a lot because it's easy and comfortable to grip. It has the same easy-to-press buttons, an open bottom for easy swiping upwards, and slim front lip. Like the Racer, it seems to offer a decent amount of protection without being overly bulky, and because of the slightly padded back, it should have more rear protection than your average case. This is an all black case and it looks nice in person. I like the idea of a wrist strap because it offers a little bit of extra protection when doing things like taking one-handed photos. Arri Wristlet Leather Snap On Case ($54.95) - This case is identical to the Lanyard case, but it has a two-tone design that's more feminine. There are a few colors to choose from, but the one I have in hand is pink and black. It's got the same soft, padded leather, open bottom for swiping, easy-to-press metal buttons, and slim lip to protect the display. LifeProof LifeProof is a brand that's owned by OtterBox, and its cases offer higher levels of drop protection than you get with the average iPhone X case. With drop protection comes bulk, though, and these LifeProof cases are not cheap. LifeProof Next ($79.99) - LifeProof's Next case for the iPhone X is similar to cases from OtterBox. It's a two-piece snap-on case that includes a clear hardshell back and a rubber-covered frame for extra drop protection. This is not a waterproof case, but it is resistant to dust and snow because it covers all ports and the speakers at the bottom of the iPhone X. Since this is a snap together case, it's a bit difficult to get on and off, so this isn't something you want to get if you like to swap cases often. It's clear, so you can see the iPhone X's design, and it's thick enough that it feels very protective. This level of protection adds a lot of bulk, so this is also not the case for people who like slim designs. Unfortunately, the buttons are very hard to press in this case, which is a major downside given how important button use is in the iPhone X. It has a large lip around the display that's going to protect it when facedown or from drops, and thanks to a sort of tapered design for this lip, it doesn't interfere too much with swiping. At $80, this case is expensive, and it's not one I'd recommend (mostly because of the buttons) unless you need a higher level of protection than the average case can provide. LifeProof Slam ($49.99) - The LifeProof Slam is similar to the LifeProof next in thickness and design, but it is more affordable because it doesn't have the same port protection. The Lightning port and speakers are left open, and there's no cover for the mute switch. I like the bright color combinations for the Slam, which again consists of a clear hard plastic shell that leaves the iPhone X's design visible and a rubber bumper for better drop protection. Slam uses the same snap-on two-piece design, and it also has buttons that are hard to press. It has the same tapered front lip as the Next, too. Bottom Line This time around, Spigen has some of the thinnest and most affordable cases. I was a fan of several of the Spigen options on the thinner side, including the Thin Fit, Liquid Crystal, and Liquid Air, which were the slimmest of the bunch. Many other Spigen options offer a little more protection in exchange for a bit more bulk, and those are worth checking out if you'd like something that's a nice compromise between thickness and protectiveness. For even more protection, OtterBox's case line is worth taking a look at, and if you want less protection, ie, just scratch protection, Totallee is what you'll want to take a look at. Totallee's cases are about 0.3mm thick, so they're adding next to no bulk to the iPhone X. For higher-end cases that are both stylish and protective, Pad & Quill and Sena are good choices. Pad & Quill's Timberline case is particularly unique, while its folio-style cases look great and can replace your wallet. LifeProof has nice designs that seem to offer a lot of protection, but the case makes the iPhone X buttons hard to press, and that's a dealbreaker for me. As always, since this was a brief look at the cases available from several different companies, I'm happy to provide additional photos and answer questions about any of the cases listed down in the forums. Related Roundup: iPhone XBuyer's Guide: iPhone X (Buy Now)Discuss this article in our forums
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Apologies for missing last week's iOS gaming roundup, but I've got a good reason: I was in Jordan judging Middle Eastern and North African mobile games for the International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA). It's an organization that for fourteen years now has been hosting international competitions looking for the best mobile games. I've been involved for several years now, and it's awesome actually having game awards specifically for mobile instead of how things usually go — a quick mention on the tail end of other "real" game awards that might vaguely acknowledge mobile. Submissions just started for this year's IMGA's, so if you're an iOS developer and want your game considered, be sure to submit it. Unlike a lot of game awards, submissions are totally free, so go wild. Kicking things off is the announcement of the release date for the upcoming Reigns sequel, Reigns: Her Majesty. We'll once again be managing our kingdoms via Tinder-style right and left swiping decisions on December 7th. We got a closer look at the game back at PAX West which digs a lot deeper into what to expect than the above launch trailer. Reigns is an unbelievably great game, and one that you can hand to both the most hardcore gamer and someone who has never played a game before and they'll both enjoy it. We've got a full review of the original up on TouchArcade, and so far it seems like the sequel is exactly what we wanted: More Reigns. The Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Friend Finder is now live! Answer a few q's for Katrina to see which animal could be your BFF! #PocketCamp pic.twitter.com/B6TsjqBRJQ— Isabelle (@animalcrossing) November 16, 2017 We've been closely following the upcoming global release of Animal Crossing Pocket Camp which, per Nintendo, is due out in "late November." Well, we're rapidly approaching the launch window which led us to suspect that Nintendo might be vague-tweeting a potential launch date reveal... But, in actuality, all it was is this promotional web site where Animal Crossing's Katrina reads your fortune to find your BFF in game. While it isn't a launch date, these sorts of things ramping up are a great sign that Pocket Camp is almost upon us. For what it's worth, I've got my money on it releasing early next week, so it can spread organically as everyone is playing it over family gatherings on Thanksgiving. The curious thing about covering mobile games is sometimes you find yourself inadvertently at the center of incredibly odd situations, particularly with how ubiquitous mobile has gotten over the year. For instance, the most popular TouchArcade story of all time was when Apple removed games featuring the Confederate flag. Well, this week it came out that Russia was using mobile game screenshots to show "evidence" of US collusion with ISIS. It's a pretty unbelievable situation, but I suppose that's the case with practically everything in the news cycle these days. But, hey, the game they used, AC-130, is pretty fun to fiddle around with if you missed out playing the huge amount of these games on the App Store as they used to be very popular a few years ago. We're also super excited for the upcoming release of Sky, the upcoming title by Thatgamecompany which Apple showed off at the last keynote. We got a quick look at the first six minutes of gameplay, which is narrated by Thatgamecompany's co-founder, Jenova Chen. The video is packed with so many insights it's hard to focus on just one, but I'm very curious to see how all the social components work out. They're born of people who played Journey, but found themselves wishing they could play with family and friends. I've got a lot of faith in Sky being very good, and I can't wait to try it out when it launches in a few months. NetMarble's Lineage 2: Revolution launched this week. It's based on the PC MMORPG Lineage 2, and features both realtime 20 vs. 20 and 50 vs. 50 battles. They've been pulling out all the stops when it comes to promoting the game — it was featured at TwitchCon, Conan O'Brien has been playing it, and tons more. The game boasted a massive 1.5 million pre-registrations before launch, and I'm supremely curious to see if it maintains that level of excitement in the following days. While Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is the biggest thing ever in the PC world right now, the Chinese publisher NetEase has been up to some incredibly curious things when it comes to launching knock-offs on mobile. Last week it launched a game in China with a title that roughly translates to "Wilderness Survival" which was a supremely on the nose PUBG knock-off. It soared to the top of the charts in China, leaving Western gamers curious when they could get a crack at the Battle Royale genre on mobile. Here's where things get weird: NetEase then released not one, but two PUBG knock-offs on the App Store. Knives Out and Rules of Survival, which at first glance appear to be the exact same game, by the same developer, with different names. We reached out for clarification to find that NetEase apparently has two internal studios that are competing for who can make the most successful PUBG knock-off? Why you wouldn't do some sort of internal play test then decide, "OK, this is the one we're launching" instead of releasing both games is beyond me. But, hey, if you're into PUBG and want to play it on your iPhone... You have your choice between two incredibly similar games made by the same company. I'm sure this makes sense to someone. Last, but not least, South Park: Phone Destroyer also hit the App Store recently. It's a free to play card-based fighting game, which is fairly ironic considering they've run entire episodes ruthlessly roasting free to play. But, hey, whatever. For what it's worth Phone Destroyer seems to be a pretty good card battler, and we put together a guide on how to win in South Park Phone Destroyer without spending money that's worth a look if you want to avoid spending money in the game. That's all from me this week, but there's loads more things that have happened in the world of iOS gaming the last couple of weeks, so if you're interested in this scene be sure to swing by TouchArcade where we're posting this sort of thing day in and day out.Tag: TouchArcade gaming roundupDiscuss this article in our forums
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