Facebook’s chief product officer is reportedly requiring a number of team members to switch from iPhones to Android phones so they can experience how most people interact with the social network.
“I am mandating a switch of a whole bunch of my team over to Android, just because people, when left up to their own devices, will often prefer an iPhone,” Chris Cox revealed at a recent Facebook press event, according to Wired.
The entry-level version of the new iPhone will remain at its small 16GB storage size, according to reports.
Many had hoped that the cheapest handset would see its internal storage upgraded to 32GB, to make space for the bigger files and increased amounts of media that people store on their device, and to respond to complaints about them being too easy to fill up.
But Apple appears to be focusing more on encouraging users to store data on their servers, in the cloud, rather than using the iPhone’s storage.
Those of you with a buggy button on your iPhone 5 now have another year to get your phone repaired or replaced.
iPhone 5 users who notice that the on/off button — dubbed the wake/sleep button by Apple — isn’t working right can get it fixed for free until March 2016.
Apple initially announced the replacement program in April 2014. The company had discovered that the button, which is found on the top right edge, would stop working, either permanently or intermittently, on some iPhone 5 models made through March 2013.