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Apple's iPhone XR: The Reasonable choice

Apple announced the trio of new iPhones on Wednesday, and I’ve been asked by several readers and close friends “Which iPhone do I get?” Or “Is the iPhone XS really worth $250 more than the iPhone XR?” After some deliberation, I’ve decided the iPhone XR is the most reasonable answer. ...

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iPhone XS: I'm definitely buying Apple's new phone and here's why

In just a few hours, Apple will officially announce this year’s crop of iPhones. Right now, we expect three new phones. Two iPhone XS models with 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch displays, respectively. And another less expensive model, with a 6.1-inch LCD display. All three will look like 2017’s iPhone X, complete ...

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iPhone XS: The one reason why I'm all in

In just a few hours, Apple will officially announce this year’s crop of iPhones. Right now, we expect three new phones. Two iPhone XS models with 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch displays, respectively. And another less expensive model, with a 6.1-inch LCD display. All three will look like 2017’s iPhone X, complete ...

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iOS 12's most annoying bug yet

Wondering how the iOS 12 beta is coming along? Well… pull up a seat. After what has been a good run of stability and sound performance, with the finish line now in sight it seems to have spectacularly tripped over its shoelaces and pulled up probably the most annoying bug ...

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Apple patches iOS 12 beta popup hell

Have you been plagued by popups in iOS 12 beta telling you that there are updates to the operating system when in fact there aren’t any? Well, Apple’s released an update to fix that. Must read: Apple products you should not buy (August 2018 edition) If you are running the ...

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Apple updates iOS 12 beta one more time as launch nears

Screenshot by Jason Cipriani/ZDNet Apple on Thursday released the iOS 12 developer beta build number 10, and build number 8 for public beta participants. The update comes on the heels of Monday’s beta 9, and beta 7 update for developers and public beta testers, respectively. On the iPhone X, the ...

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3 things Steve Jobs had wrong about the App Store

Video: Apple buys Workflow, an iOS automation app The original iPhone, as innovative as it was, didn’t truly mature into the device we know it as until July 2008, when iPhone OS 2.0 was released. The free software update — compatible with the first generation iPhone and preinstalled on the ...

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How to enable USB Restricted Mode in iOS 11.4.1

Apple has added a new security feature to iOS 11.4.1 that makes it harder for hackers – as well as law enforcement and government agencies – to unlock your iPhone. Here’s how to enable this feature. Must read: Don’t buy these Apple products (July 2018 edition) The new feature prevents ...

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