Buying a SIM-free iPhone from apple.com allows you to choose your own carrier and change carriers at any time. iPhone may also be available at a lower price with a contract directly from your wireless carrier.
No. iPhone SIM cards are not interchangeable with the SIM card in iPad.
The majority of features will work with your network. Certain features, such as Visual Voicemail, require carrier support and may not function on your carrier’s network. Contact your carrier for more details or read the wireless carrier support and features article for more information.
Carriers typically sell the iPhone with a contract that subsidizes the initial purchase price of the phone. By purchasing your iPhone without a contract, you can use any SIM card from a compatible carrier, including your current one.
Yes. iPhone is enabled to work on networks using GSM around the world. Because the iPhone sold by the apple.com is unlocked, you can purchase a SIM card and service from a local carrier at your destination. Or check with your home carrier regarding international roaming charges.
No. Orders placed through apple.com can be shipped only within the country or region of purchase. You can also shop for friends and family in countries where iPhone is sold. Just visit the local store of the country or region where you want your products delivered. Or for fast, easy ordering and expert advice, call an Apple Store Specialist on 1800-1651-0525.
There are two mics on each AirPod. One is located at the bottom, used mainly for voice detection/inpThere are two mics on each AirPod. One is located at the bottom, used mainly for voice detection/input. The other is used mainly for noise cancellation and is located at the top of each AirPod.
The iPhone 6 Plus, 6s Plus, 7 Pus, and 8 Plus are all the same size. The iPhone X is smaller, but itThe iPhone 6 Plus, 6s Plus, 7 Pus, and 8 Plus are all the same size. The iPhone X is smaller, but it has a bigger screen. 5.8 inches on the iPhone X, and 5.5 inches on the 6 Plus, 6s Plus, 7 Plus, and 8 Plus.
This is partly an answer and partly a question (in the "is this right" vein).
To get high-resolutThis is partly an answer and partly a question (in the "is this right" vein).
To get high-resolution audio (e.g. lossless) you need these things:
1) hi res audio source
2) ability to put it on your iPhone
3) ability for you iPhone to send the signal out to an amplifier
4) ability to convert it to analog to play on speakers
Let's assume you've solved 1 & 2
3a) can be solved by a high res music player like Onkyo HF, it claims it can handle 192k/24bit music and even higher
3b) I think if you connect an HDMI cable ($49) you theoretically are bypassing the DAC so you should also be putting out 192kHz sampling ... reality is that the Apple iPhone and iPads are limited to 48k (boo!)
4) I use my home AV receiver, Marantz 5000 and Martin Logan speakers ... even though not 96 or 192k, it sounds great!
Does this make sense? Do the other experts agree?
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Available space is less and varies due to many factors. A standard configuration uses approximately 10GB to 12GB of space (including iOS and preinstalled apps) depending on the model and settings. Preinstalled apps use about 4GB, and you can delete these apps and restore them.