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The new iPad is perfect for this Darkest Timeline

The new iPad is perfect for this Darkest Timeline

This week Apple introduced a new iPad made of old parts, with a couple new features in tow. I believe this was the most ideal piece of hardware Apple could possibly have released in this darkest timeline. I'm speaking of course of the Community-solidified concept of the Darkest Timeline, the reality in which all of the most extremely unbelievable (if not most evil) thing have come to fruition. This is not the worst Apple could have done - it's their best defense against disaster in these dark days through which we're living.

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OnePlus 6 release tipped best iPhone X clone of all

OnePlus 6 release tipped best iPhone X clone of all

Leaks today show the OnePlus 6 to come in more than one material with a notch'ed display design. This might well be the non-T OnePlus phone users have been waiting for - if not for the company's abandonment of their low-end price-destructor attitude a couple years ago. Now it's just OnePlus trying to be Apple, coming with a OnePlus 6 with the frontside of an iPhone X.

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2nd gen iPhone X price will be this low

2nd gen iPhone X price will be this low

The iPhone X is either Apple’s biggest hit or worst sales pitch, depending on who you ask. While there is little doubt that the iPhone X is one of the best smartphones of late, it’s price tag effectively scared off many would-be buyers. This year, Apple is reported to be correcting that error by introducing two new iPhone X successors, one of which will at least be $100 cheaper than the first iPhone X.

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Foldable iPhone could upend smartphones in 2020

Foldable iPhone could upend smartphones in 2020

Apple is working on a foldable iPhone that it could launch as soon as 2020, analysts have predicted, the biggest form-factor change the best-selling smartphone has ever seen. The Cupertino company has already marked the iPhone's tenth anniversary with 2017's iPhone X, adopting OLED screen technology, a controversial screen "notch," and ditching the familiar home button in the process.

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Android phones to ape Apple TrueDepth 3D sensors next year

Android phones to ape Apple TrueDepth 3D sensors next year

The market has long been aware of what Apple might launch with the iPhone X and yet it seems that it has caught Android manufacturers unprepared to fight back. From the notch to 3D face recognition, Android OEMs are now scrambling to copy what they think are the iPhone X’s greatest strengths. Famed KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo predicts that it won’t be until next year that such manufacturers will be able to catch up, and the first one will be, unsurprisingly, Huawei.

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Report: Bigger phones use more of your time

Report: Bigger phones use more of your time

The larger the phone, the more screen time a user tends to clock. That's what a study published this week suggests. The study comes from the folks at AppOptix and consists of data from 4,000 users surveyed over the entirety of the year 2017. There, they've shown that phones with displays less then 4.6-inches use their devices FAR less than those with displays 5.5-inches or larger. Your big fat phone is making you a phone zombie!

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5.85-inch OLED iPhone will be cheaper to make then iPhone X

5.85-inch OLED iPhone will be cheaper to make then iPhone X

Depending on who you ask, the iPhone X is either Apple’s biggest success or a retail flop. Its reported cut in OLED display orders from Samsung may point to the latter. Because of that, some may have presumed that Apple is done with flirting with OLED screens and that the iPhone X may have been a one-time thing. On the contrary, analysts are now reporting that there will be two OLED iPhones this year and one of them, a 5.85-inch model, might, in fact, be the cheapest iPhone this year.

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Bezel vs Notch: which is the lesser evil?

Bezel vs Notch: which is the lesser evil?

There’s not stopping the notch. Not unless Apple, who can be credited/blamed for it, does as rumored. Even Google seems to be making provisions for a future where the notch will be more than just a thing. Discussing the notch, however, is impossible without discussing the problem it’s supposed to solve: bezels. But are bezels really the bane of smartphone existence that OEMs seem to paint them to be? Or are we becoming too obsessed with pushing them out that we have resorted to tricks like notches?

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Future iPhones may ditch the notch

Future iPhones may ditch the notch

The notch on the iPhone X is a design feature that has garnered a lot of attention. Since the iPhone X's introduction, the notch has divided the Apple faithful, and now that MWC 2018 is in the books, its clear that it's inspiring competitors. Yet, at a time where the notch seems to be getting as much attention as it ever has, a new rumor claims that Apple is looking to move away from it.

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LG G7 Neo might be the best iPhone X clone you can get

LG G7 Neo might be the best iPhone X clone you can get

The notch is in. Samsung may continue to deny its existence and pull but almost every other manufacturer has thrown in the towel and have drunk the fruit juice. Huawei is doing it, unsurprisingly. ASUS is even proud it has one-upped the fruit company. And now it is becoming more likely that LG will succumb to the notch fever as well. A render based on everything we’ve heard so far about the LG “Judy” or G7 Neo is pointing to what people have both hoped for and dread at the same time: an iPhone X look-alike.

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Apple headphones would confirm Beats aren’t enough for everyone

Apple headphones would confirm Beats aren’t enough for everyone

A new pair of Apple wireless headphones were tipped this weekend, likely coming to the company's lineup at their next big event. As the company's wireless earbuds seem to have sold extraordinarily well since launch, there's a question of branding in the mix. Why did Apple buy Beats Electronics if not for their audio superiority?

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Fingerprint sensors on phones: we still need them

Fingerprint sensors on phones: we still need them

Thanks to sticking to a more conservative iteration, the Galaxy S9 barely dodged being compared to its biggest rival. Yes, there's the AR Emoji vs. Animoji debate, that was pretty much the highest-profile one. There is, however, one that somewhat flew under the radar. Samsung's new Intelligent Scan biometric authentication combines iris and face recognition that is a not so subtle attempt at trying to outdo Apple's Face ID. This new-old feature is just one part of a movement that's slowly gaining traction to remove the fingerprint scanner from phones completely. A trend where the cure may be just as bad as the cure.

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