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2019 iPhone Leaks Are Already Pouring In

2019 iPhone Leaks Are Already Pouring In

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Less than a month after Apple’s 2018 announcement of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, rumors regarding the company’s next major iPhone release are already swirling in the world of technology.

Apple's iPhone XS Max smashes Google's Pixel 3 in benchmark testing

Apple's iPhone XS Max smashes Google's Pixel 3 in benchmark testing

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AppleInsider is running Apple's iPhone XS Max and Google's brand new Pixel 3 through a gauntlet of tests to see which of the two flagship smartphones reigns supreme. In this first installment of our special video series we compare the iPhone's A12 ...

How to take great photos with the iPhone XS, Apple’s finest camera phone yet

How to take great photos with the iPhone XS, Apple’s finest camera phone yet

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The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max feature the best cameras yet seen on an Apple smartphone, ready for you to get out and take great photos. Here's our guide to help ensure each shot you take is a winner.

Apple Just Added a New USB-C Cord for the Apple Watch

Apple Just Added a New USB-C Cord for the Apple Watch

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The new cord was quietly added in stores and online

Heartfelt Watch 4 Ushers In New Time For Apple

Heartfelt Watch 4 Ushers In New Time For Apple

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It’s easy to beat up on Apple. Management seems smug. Its lack of real product innovation in its yearly releases can get depressing. But every five years or so, the company does something really special.

Apple CEO Cook says Bloomberg needs to "do the right thing" and publicly retract its spy chip story

Apple CEO Cook says Bloomberg needs to "do the right thing" and publicly retract its spy chip story

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Early this month, Bloomberg reported how small "spy chips" were being placed by the Chinese government on motherboards found inside servers used by U.S. tech firms. According to the newswire's sources, one of the companies affected was Apple. But the gang in Cupertino flat out denied that the story was true, stating that Bloomberg was confused. Apple said that in 2016, a single Super Micro server in an Apple lab had an infected driver installed by accident. While Bloomberg continues to believe that its story is accurate, the U.S. government sides with Apple.

PlayStation Vue is now integrated with Apple’s TV app

PlayStation Vue is now integrated with Apple’s TV app

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PlayStation Vue has integrated with Apple’s TV app, allowing users to view on-demand content and live sports right in the TV app on iOS and tvOS, Sony announced this week. Vue is the first pay-TV provider to be featured in the TV app, which already features content from nearly every major streaming service and cable channel except for Netflix.

How to Post 3D Photos to Facebook on iPhone

How to Post 3D Photos to Facebook on iPhone

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Facebook recently started rolling out 3D Photos for iPhone users. Problem is, not everyone has it yet and you want it. Thankfully, Apple-industry legend, Sam Levin, found a path and posted the instructions for us all.

Is Apple's New Lower-Priced Smartphone Its Secret Weapon?

Is Apple's New Lower-Priced Smartphone Its Secret Weapon?

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The iPhone XR could result in record-setting unit sales and revenue for the Cupertino company.

The Apple Watch Series 4 is the best one yet

The Apple Watch Series 4 is the best one yet

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I have had a rocky relationship with the Apple Watch. When Apple’s first wearable was released in 2014, I was skeptical but willing to give…

It’s your last chance to get a free copy of Red Dead Redemption 2 in the latest PS4 Pro bundle

It’s your last chance to get a free copy of Red Dead Redemption 2 in the latest PS4 Pro bundle

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The busy product launch season is beginning to wind down, though we’re still expecting big news for both the iPad and Mac lineup out of Apple’s October 30th event in Brooklyn. In terms of what’s next, Black Friday and Cyber Monday will present an opportunity to buy a lot of this year’s best tech at a rare discount. We’re not there quite yet, but there are a few deals that are worth checking out in the meantime.

du and Etisalat will offer e-SIM capabilities for iPhones by end of October

du and Etisalat will offer e-SIM capabilities for iPhones by end of October

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UAE telcos du and Etisalat confirm availability of e-SIM on iPhone XS by end of October and on Apple Watch by early 2019.

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