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This iPhone 13 concept is too insane for Apple, but what about Android?

This iPhone 13 concept is too insane for Apple, but what about Android?

This week we were looking at the latest in an always-wild collection of iPhone 13 concepts, seeking the hidden points of reason that always seem to leak before the real deal from Apple. Today, a concept for an iPhone 13 device seemed to show a machine that was evolutionary, but perhaps a bit TOO revolutionary Apple to consider creating. Apple doesn't make products like this - or at least they never have before. But let's imagine a brand that releases Android phones - could something like this bit of madness be possible today?

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iPhone 12 launch delay hinted by Broadcom

iPhone 12 launch delay hinted by Broadcom

The show must go on, as they say, and that definitely seems to be Apple's philosophy when it comes to announcing new products. Whether those products become available in the market on time, however, is a completely different matter. Under normal circumstances, Apple usually makes new iPhones, iPads, and Macs available close to when they were announced. These aren't normal circumstances, however, and this year's new iPhones could be delayed considerably according to a major supplier of iPhone parts.

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iPhone 12 Pro leaks usher in new set, with all prices

iPhone 12 Pro leaks usher in new set, with all prices

Today we're taking a look a seemingly release date-ready lineup for the iPhone 12 and friends. These devices will likely be called iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Based on our latest available leaked info and insider tips from the past several weeks, we're able to outline four individual smartphones, each with their own distinctive price proposition and value for the discerning iPhone customer here in the year 2020.

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Apple may soon drop prices in bundles, per iPhone code leak

Apple may soon drop prices in bundles, per iPhone code leak

An iOS update revealed details about Apple's next several "bundle offer" and "bundle subscription" deals for Apple products and service. An update for iOS 13.5.5 beta showed that the company is preparing several bundles in the near future. Bundle offer and subscription code did not get specific on which products and/or services would be offered, but clues from the last mention of such terms give us a bit of an indication of what's coming soon.

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Looted iPhones show this message after Apple Store theft

Looted iPhones show this message after Apple Store theft

Apple Stores were among those looted in during protests of police brutality and calls for justice for the murder of George Floyd and other black citizens by police forces across the United States. A number of iPhone devices were stolen by individuals that took advantage of the situation to turn peaceful protests into violent riots. Individuals that decided to loot iPhone units from Apple Stores found themselves on the wrong end of a tracked, disabled piece of hardware.

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iPhone users now have these new ways to secure their Google account

iPhone users now have these new ways to secure their Google account

If you've got an iPhone and you use a Google account, then here's a bit of good news: Google has made it easier to secure your account using your phone. Today, Google announced that it's rolling out more security options for Google account users on iPhone, whether those users are looking to secure personal or business accounts. Specifically, the company is giving Google accounts native support for W3C WebAuthn on Apple devices.

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iPhone 12 mockups suggest a small change that has a big purpose

iPhone 12 mockups suggest a small change that has a big purpose

Although things are looking rather bleak, especially in the US, one thing that hasn't changed is people's expectations of upcoming new devices. Whether those devices will be delayed or not is a different question but it at least seems that things are still on track for some of those big products for 2020. Aside from the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, the iPhone 12, whose name hasn't yet been confirmed, is expected to make a big splash with Apple's first 5G phones, a feature that has apparently forced apple to change a design that has been standard for years.

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Smartphone sales for Q1 2020 hint at changing trends

Smartphone sales for Q1 2020 hint at changing trends

As we near the end of the second quarter of 2020, the smartphone sales numbers for the first quarter of what is turning out to be one of the most troubled in recent history have started rolling out. As one can expect, the figures are generally for the entire smartphone industry, largely because of the effects of the COVID-19 coronavirus. That said, the reason behind those numbers could be indicative of more permanent changes happening in the smartphone market.

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Before you buy a new iPhone SE check out Apple’s iPhone XR refurb deal

Before you buy a new iPhone SE check out Apple’s iPhone XR refurb deal

If you're in the market for an iPhone but you're not looking to spend a ton of money on it, then it might be worth checking out Apple's refurbished iPhone XRs. The new lineup went live on Apple's website today, and in all cases, you'll spend around $100 less than the original sticker price to pick one up. There are a number of different color and storage options too, giving you even more flexibility on price.

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BIG Shiny Pokemon GO leak: See Galar get bright!

BIG Shiny Pokemon GO leak: See Galar get bright!

Today a wide variety of Pokemon were added to the game Pokemon GO before a set of events that'll change the Shiny Galar region forever. The regular Galarian Meowth will get a Shiny edition - instead of brown, it's a light dandelion yellow - nearly tan. Also in the mix: Galarian Ponyta, Rapidash, Slowpoke, Farfetch'd, Zigzagoon, Obstagoon, Darumaka, Darmanitan, and Garmanitan ZEN MODE!

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iPod Touch 3 almost had a camera with an odd location

iPod Touch 3 almost had a camera with an odd location

Before the iPhone, Apple's most iconic mobile device didn't even allow you to communicate. The iPod was, for many years, the gold standard for portable music players. Then along came the iPhone and, later on, the iPod Touch was born to catch up. The two worlds would come together a couple of times but there was a time when the iPod Touch almost went off on its own direction again, putting a camera on the back of the iPod Touch 3 where no iPhone or iPod Touch ever would.

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Facebook Collab sign-ups released: A TikTok clone opportunity

Facebook Collab sign-ups released: A TikTok clone opportunity

Today Facebook announced an app called Collab. This app will allow people to "make music together, while we're apart." Imagery for the app includes split-screen self-recorded videos of people playing music, inside a rectangle roughly the dimensions of your average smartphone. This app will be released in waves, with a sign-up sheet and a line out the door for invites.

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