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This One Trick Will Make Your iPhone Apple Logo Glowing

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This One Trick Will Make Your iPhone Apple Logo Glowing: Every time when we see Mac book we love to see the iPhone apple logo glowing on it. But, when it comes to  iPhones the logo will not glow.Wouldn’t it be awesome if we experience the same feature on iPhones too?.

There  is a DIY kit which is available in the market to make your iPhone apple logo glowing. Buy that DIY mod and insert it into your backlit. This will give the mobile a LED lighting which make the apple logo glow.This will make you to standout of the group.Wouldn’t it feels great When you are at a party and your apple logo is glowing.

This will impact much about the battery life. If you have a iPhone with warranty then be careful to do it. If anything goes wrong then you can’t claim for warranty as it does not cover it.

Process to make your  iPhone apple logo glowing

1. Buy a DIY iPhone lightning kit which comes with all the necessary tools

Buy a DIY iPhone lightning kit which comes with all the necessary tools

Buy a DIY iPhone lightning kit which comes with all the necessary tools

2. First, you’ll need to unscrew the iPhone 7’s pentalobe screws found at the bottom of the phone

First, you’ll need to unscrew the iPhone 7’s pentalobe screws found at the bottom of the phone

First, you’ll need to unscrew the iPhone 7’s pentalobe screws found at the bottom of the phone

3. You need to create the gap between the pentalobe with flat thin tool

You need to create the gap between the pentalobe with flat thin tool

You need to create the gap between the pentalobe with flat thin tool

4. Separate the rest of the body without damaging the phone

Separate the rest of the body without damaging the phone

Separate the rest of the body without damaging the phone

5.Unscrew the battery connection’s protective metal plate

Unscrew the battery connection’s protective metal plate

Unscrew the battery connection’s protective metal plate

6. Pry away at the original metallic iPhone logo plate

Pry away at the original metallic iPhone logo plate

Pry away at the original metallic iPhone logo plate

7. Then apply the new logo from the kit

Then apply the new logo from the kit

Then apply the new logo from the kit

8. Add LED from the kit, then replace the battery protective cell

Add LED from the kit, then replace the battery protective cell

Add LED from the kit, then replace the battery protective cell

9. Now, after fitting everything.Tap the apple logo to enjoy different types of mode

Now, after fitting everything.Tap the apple logo to enjoy different types of mode

Now, after fitting everything.Tap the apple logo to enjoy different types of mode

10. You can also switch off the apple logo glowing. Fit the pentalobe with the screw

You can also switch off the apple logo glowing. Fit the pentabole with the screw

You can also switch off the apple logo glowing. Fit the pentalobe with the screw

Now, you can enjoy your iPhone apple logo glowing with different modes.However, do it if you are confident and with your own risk. Once again Am mentioning that any damage to the phone will not cover the warranty.

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Apple Kyoto opens on Shijō Dori and planing opening more in Japan

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Apple Kyoto opens on Shijō Dori and planing opening more in Japan [Photo By Apple]

Apple Kyoto opens on Shijō Dori and planing opening more in Japan: Apple opened a new store in Kyoto’s main shopping corridor. A queue of customers stretched 10 blocks down Shijō Dori to visit Apple’s first store in Kyoto, a cultural and technological hub for Japan.

Apple Kyoto also featured their first customer to the store where everyone welcomes him.

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Apple Kyoto also offers a free Today at Apple session across photography, music, coding and more

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Apple is making a major retail investment in Japan, opening several new stores and renovating several existing stores over the coming year.

Apple Kyoto has a team of over 100 employees come to Kyoto from around the world and speak 12 languages.

 

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Apple is now blocking rainbow watch face in Russia

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Apple is now blocking gay pride watch face in Russia

Apple is now blocking rainbow watch face in Russia: Apple introduced the gay pride(rainbow) watch face in its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. Now, the company is blocking this in Russia.

The Reddit users questioning the lack of a pride watch face in Russia over the past couple of months. The Verge also tested this and found that once an iPhone running the latest iOS 12 beta is switched to the Russian locale “the pride watch face simply disappears.”

Yet iOS developer Guilherme Rambo found evidence that the pride Apple Watch face is “hardcoded to not show up if the paired iPhone is using the Russian locale.”

Russia has passed strict “gay propaganda” laws since 2013, making actions like supporting LGBTQ rights punishable by jail time. Though Apple must comply with the laws of a country if it wants to operate there, the removal of the pride watch face is a disappointing one nonetheless.

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Apple & US carriers partner are offering free two months of icloud’s 200-gigabyte

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Apple & US carriers partner are offering free two months of icloud's 200-gigabyte
Apple & US carriers partner are offering free two months of icloud's 200-gigabyte

Apple & US carriers partner are offering free two months of icloud’s 200-gigabyte: This is only available to new (paid) iCloud customers and is nominally meant to ensure they “have enough space to safely back up all the important things on your iPhone, like photos, videos, files, and apps” so the data can be restored once a new phone arrives. This also works for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon.

Apple has actually been offering 30-day trials of its paid tiers since May, so in reality, the new promotion is simply an extra month on top of that. People who sign up will also be charged $2.99 per month after the deal expires unless they cancel.

iCloud only includes 5 gigabytes of data for free, which for many people is just enough for a single device backup. In the U.S. Apple charges 99 cents per month for 50 gigabytes, $2.99 for 200 gigabytes, and $9.99 for 2 terabytes.

The company is expected to reveal three new iPhones next month at its usual September press event. These include 5.8- and 6.5-inch OLED models, and a less expensive 6.1-inch LCD device. It’s possible that Apple could once again bump up maximum local storage to 512 gigabytes, which would keep iPhones competitive with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9.

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