So you dropped your phone and cracked the display. What’s next?
You can always take it into the store, but if you don’t have a warranty or you’re feeling lazy, a nifty startup called iCracked will come to you and repair your broken phone on the spot.
You can use iCracked if you have an iPhone, iPad, or Samsung smartphone. You can also choose to sell your phone instead, and the best part is iCracked will beat Gazelle’s price.
Here’s how it works.
The iPhone 6s will no-doubt be an improvement over the current iPhone 6, but the Touch ID sensor will be a focus point for Apple, as it’s said that the company will look to improve the accuracy of the fingerprint sensor.
According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is prepared to improve Touch ID in order to make the experience better with fewer scanning errors. Ever since the release of the iPhone 5s, users have been having issues with the Touch ID sensor, saying that it’s success rate isn’t that good and it takes a while to finally scan your finger.
One quick way that some users have been able to temporarily fix the problem has been to reset Touch ID and rescan their fingers. That has usually remedied the issues, but sometimes the problems will eventually come back.
A flight-tracking app is a handy tool to keep tucked away in your iPhone’s toolbox, both for managing your own travel schedule and for keeping an eye on flights in case you’ve been tapped for an airport pickup. Honestly, what’s more annoying than a last-minute flight change that you don’t get notified about in time?
But with the App Store flooded with apps that all claim to do the same tasks, picking out the best one for your needs can be tough. Plus, some apps offer so much more—from airport maps and weather data to baggage claim status and directions. That’s why I’ve spent the last few weeks looking at 25 different flight-tracking apps, trying to find the very best of the bunch.