• Apple just quietly killed off a bunch of older iPhone and Apple Watch models - here are the products that are gone forever

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Apple's annual hardware event may have been an exciting day for gadget lovers, as three new iPhones were introduced. But it was a sad day for those diehard fans of Apple's older products, as the Cupertino tech giant took the chance to clean house.
    Apple quietly killed off half a dozen of its older devices, including some beloved iPhone models and the fanciest Apple Watch - it even eliminated the iPhone X, which first hit store shelves less than a year ago.
    Here are all the devices Apple just discontinued. Apple Watch Series 1
    The Apple Watch Series 1 debuted in 2016, alongside the...
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  • Apple Unveils New iPhone XS-Do Agents Need One?

    Apple Unveils New iPhone XS-Do Agents Need One?

    7 days ago - By RIS Media

    Each year, smartphones play a bigger role in our everyday lives-to the point that for most of us, our entire livelihood is managed by this small device. On September 12, Apple unveiled its latest iPhones, the iPhone XR, starting at $749; iPhone XS, starting at $999; and iPhone XS Max, starting at $1,099.
    However, Apple didn't unveil a “revolutionary” device, but, rather, a better, faster version of its predecessor. It even goes as far as saying, “iPhone XS is everything you love about iPhone. Taken to the extreme.” In other words, the new iPhone XS is a much better, faster version of the...
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  • All the improvements and upgrades Apple made to the cameras on the three new iPhones

    All the improvements and upgrades Apple made to the cameras on the three new iPhones

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Apple announced its new iPhones on Wednesday and used up a decent chunk of its presentation talking about the cameras.
    As you'd expect, Apple says the cameras in the new iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max are better than previous iPhones.
    Much like last year's devices, the cameras on each of the new iPhones are all 12 megapixels, but they have some under-the-hood improvements both on a software and hardware level that could potentially add truth to Apple claims.
    We'll have to check for ourselves when we get our hands on the devices, but for now, here are the improvements and updates...
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