Telecom Devices iPhone 6 review
iPhone 6 review
TR Tracey Reds Brown
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Apple iPhone is an exemplary phone is that it has extraordinary camera qualities. The phone comes with a 12-megapixel camera, which is better quality than a majority of phones on the market. According to Apple.com, “the phone shoots 4K video and is equipped with auto image stabilization.” When taking pictures or videos with the camera, I noticed that the display was very vivid and eloquent compared to other phones I had received in the past. For example, I would record different natural surroundings, such as trees, flowers, and butterflies. I observed that the camera showed striking details that made the environment much more intriguing.
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my iPhone 6 plus is used for my personal use. Apple iPhone is one of the top cell phones on the market because of its phenomenal camera quality, superior manufacturing, exceptional software programming, and capability to communicate with other devices. The iPhone is an amazing phone that has all the features anyone could ask for. In addition, anyone who owns a cell phone, should perhaps go to the store immediately and buy an iPhone if they have not already done so.
The phone also contains an advanced panorama feature, that has been incorporated into all the new iPhone models. The user is allowed to shoot theatrical photos in landscape form, which is an excellent component for filmmakers. Another camera feature implemented in the phone is the ability to record in slow motion; the iPhone can impede the original video speed, in order to give off the illusion that the video is in slow motion. Next, another reason why the Apple iPhone is an outstanding cellular device is that it has a superlative design. iPhones have a unique composition, however, that consists of a variety of colors, such as pink, silver, gold, and gray. It also comes with a plethora of storage choices, ranging from 16 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB. The phone itself is built very slim and is equipped with a large screen to enhance the user’s satisfaction. According to Apple.com, the iPhone avails a ”4.7-inch retina display and a fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating on the front.
Should Apple be forced to unlock an iPhone or not? It becomes a controversial topic during these years. Most people are concerned with their privacy and security. Darrell Issa is a congressman and has served the government since 2001. Recently, he published “Forcing Apple to Hack That iPhone Sets a Dangerous Precedent” in Wired Magazine, to persuade those governors worked in the Congress. It is easier to catch administrators’ attention because some of them want to force Apple to unlock the iPhone. Darrel Issa focuses on governors because he thinks they can support the law to make sure that everyone has privacy. He addresses the truth that even some of the governors force Apple to hack iPhones when they need people’s information. He considers maintaining people’s privacy as the primary purpose. He also insists that Apple should not be forced to use their information which could lead people’s safety. In “Forcing Apple to Hack That iPhone Sets a Dangerous Precedent,” Darrell Issa uses statistics and historical evidence to effectively persuade his audience of governors that they need to consider whether or not Apple should be forced to hack or not because it could bring people to a dangerous situation and forget the purpose of keeping people’s privacy.
I suggest that anyone with an iPhone to backup all your info because of the ongoing war of privacy issues between Apple Inc. and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over encryption, after the San Bernardino attacks. This has caused a war between the government and capitalism. The FBI wants to unlock the iPhone for the sake of national security while Apple believes they should protect their client’s privacy. The feud between corporations and a government is a human issue that pertains to anyone who values privacy and inalienable rights. Apple should not allow the FBI to intervene with its software because it goes against constitutional, privacy and human rights.
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