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Galaxy S10 3x models and price points aim for iPhone XR, Xs

Galaxy S10 3x models and price points aim for iPhone XR, Xs

The cheapest Samsung Galaxy S10 model with a release date in early 2019 will have an internal storage size of 64GB. This information was leaked today alongside word that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will, indeed, be launched in at least three variants. The Samsung Galaxy S10 will therefore be coming at Apple's latest collection of smartphones hard. A Galaxy S10 per iPhone: iPhone XR, iPhone Xs, and iPhone Xs Max.

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The iPhone XR has one big dealbreaker

The iPhone XR has one big dealbreaker

On the face of it, the iPhone XR knocks it out the park. The same style as an iPhone XS, a bigger display, a broader range of colors, and no real compromise on performance - and all for $250 less. It sounds too good to be true and, unfortunately, it maybe is.

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iPhone XS and XR selfie problems addressed in iOS 12.1

iPhone XS and XR selfie problems addressed in iOS 12.1

If you've noticed that the camera on your iPhone XS has been applying what feels like a beauty filter to your selfies, you definitely aren't alone. Many users have made similar complaints since the launch of the iPhone XS, and it seems that the soon-to-be-released iPhone XR isn't immune from this problem either. The good news is that it doesn't seem like this was intentional, and it's something Apple is looking to fix in iOS 12.1.

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iPhone XR shipping slips past launch date

iPhone XR shipping slips past launch date

This year’s most exciting iPhone arguably isn’t the iPhone XS. It might be the iPhone XS Max because of its uncharacteristically huge size but it’s really the iPhone XR that’s piquing people’s interests. More affordable and slightly controversial, the iPhone XR is expected to sell just as well or even better than its most expensive counterparts. Perhaps a sign of its popularity, supplies for the LCD iPhone is being limited in prep for this week’s launch. So if you’re just putting an order now, don’t expect it until next month.

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What keeps Apple’s Jony Ive awake at night

What keeps Apple’s Jony Ive awake at night

Jony Ive may be excited about the design team moving, en-masse, into Apple Park, not to mention the potential of the Apple Watch, but the famed designer still finds something to keep him up at night. Ive has taken an increasingly important role at Apple since the death of Steve Jobs, even taking two years out from his regular tasks at the company to shepherd Apple Park, the company's huge new campus, to completion.

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Apple Personal Data download: How to get your stuff

Apple Personal Data download: How to get your stuff

As of this week, users are able to download a copy of their Apple data, including most of the history they've got with the company digitally. That includes the data you store with Apple too, including calendars, photos, documents, and more. This data download is very similar to what Google offers with Google Takeout, and both services are entirely free to use.

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iPhone XR early video reviews arrive ahead of Friday preorders

iPhone XR early video reviews arrive ahead of Friday preorders

Apple has provided a select pool of YouTubers with the iPhone XR, ushering in the first round of video reviews. Pre-orders for the device will go live just after midnight on October 19, giving customers the opportunity to order the cheapest of Apple's three new iPhone models. The iPhone XR, unlike the XS and XS Max, features an LCD and single-lens camera.

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iPhone XR release detailed as Apple expands iPhone XS sales

iPhone XR release detailed as Apple expands iPhone XS sales

Apple's iPhone XR will go up for preorder on Friday, October 19, the company has confirmed, while also announcing new countries where the more affordable smartphone and its iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max cousins will be available. Announced alongside the iPhone XS last month, the iPhone XR brings Apple's latest slim-bezel aesthetic to a more affordable price point, not to mention a welcome return to some brighter colors.

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Apple Watch and iPhone tapped for major joint replacement clinical study

Apple Watch and iPhone tapped for major joint replacement clinical study

Musculoskeletal healthcare company Zimmer Biomet has teamed with Apple to use the Apple Watch and iPhone as part of a clinical study. The work involves a new app called mymobility, which enables hip and knee replacement patients to directly connect with their healthcare professionals. The study aims to determine the app and devices' effectiveness on cost and outcomes for these patients.

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Samsung Galaxy Phoenix looks ready to battle iPhone XR

Samsung Galaxy Phoenix looks ready to battle iPhone XR

Could Samsung respond to the upcoming least-expensive iPhone X with a phone that's just as impressive? If what we're seeing in the leaked Galaxy A6s is legit (and headed worldwide), Apple might have a real competitor on its hands. Not that Apple is ever competing with Samsung, but in the most basic sense, this looks like a lineup of phones that has iPhone XR written all over it.

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iPhone XR is getting an Apple-made clear case

iPhone XR is getting an Apple-made clear case

Though the iPhone XS and XS Max have been here for a couple of weeks now, Apple isn't quite done with the iPhone releases. Later this month, the company will release the third and final iPhone for 2018: the iPhone XR. While the XS and XS Max are clearly intended to be Apple's high-end phones, the iPhone XR has a price point that's closer to what mainstream consumers are used to paying for a flagship phone.

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Apple patent could let iPhones detect spoofed phone calls

Apple patent could let iPhones detect spoofed phone calls

While smartphones have become more advanced and sophisticated, almost all of them aren’t that smart in protecting users from one of the most basic yet also the most dangerous threat of all: nuisance phone calls. Those range from simply annoying prank calls to dangerous phishing scams, and while there are apps that try to detect and curb those, scammers always have ways to get around those. That is why one of Apple’s latest patents tries to cut the scam at the root by trying to identify it even before it reaches your ears.

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