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iPhone 13 price promotions are 2021’s biggest Apple shock

iPhone 13 price promotions are 2021’s biggest Apple shock

iPhone 13 preorders kick off on Friday, but while there were no big surprises in Apple's sticker pricing for the four new smartphones, the deals on offer could make 2021 an unusual year. There's no doubting that Apple has come to count on iPhone sales to help buoy its financial results, particularly in the first quarter after a new model, but it takes more than just a healthy spec sheet to win over new buyers.

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Samsung Galaxy Z update expands One UI 3.1.1 to earlier Flip and Fold devices

Samsung Galaxy Z update expands One UI 3.1.1 to earlier Flip and Fold devices

This week Samsung released their latest One UI 3.1.1 update to a bunch of foldable devices. With this release, Samsung expands features only otherwise found on Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 to devices released in the past couple of years. This includes Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Galaxy Z Flip, and the original Galaxy Fold. The first devices to get this update will be the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and first to Flip devices - the original Fold will get the update later.

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T-Mobile Apple TV+ free a year (12 months): The fine print

T-Mobile Apple TV+ free a year (12 months): The fine print

The latest way in which Apple is getting in to the homes and eyes and minds of everyday citizens with Apple TV+ is with T-Mobile USA. It would appear that T-Mobile is delivering an Apple TV+ subscription to not only new customers, but existing customers. You'll need to sign up for the free 12-month subscription to Apple TV+, and you'll need to cancel your subscription at the end of the 12-month period if you want to avoid being charged for further use.*

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T-Mobile hack detailed: More than 47 million impacted in huge data breach

T-Mobile hack detailed: More than 47 million impacted in huge data breach

T-Mobile has confirmed more details of its huge hack, confirming that personal information on around 7.8 million current users and over 40 million former or prospective customers have been stolen from the carrier's compromised systems. The hacked data includes names, date of birth, social security number, and driver's license or other ID information for an unspecified percentage of the affected users.

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T-Mobile confirms data breach but isn’t sure what was accessed

T-Mobile confirms data breach but isn’t sure what was accessed

2021 didn't start out great for T-Mobile, and it seems that its luck isn't turning for the better just yet. In addition to the severe winter freeze earlier this year and increased scrutiny over its Sprint acquisition, it is facing not one but two severe hacking incidents. T-Mobile just confirmed that it has indeed been the victim of a data breach, but it is still investigating what data was illegally accessed and if that data really included customer information.

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T-Mobile data breach spills personal data in bulk

T-Mobile data breach spills personal data in bulk

This week a T-Mobile data breach appears to have spilled the personal data of millions of user across the USA. This breach involved T-Mobile server data that included an array of personal information for T-Mobile customers of all sorts. Data includes names, social security numbers, drivers license info, IMEI numbers, phone numbers, and physical addresses.

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T-Mobile 5G drone will offer unique video coverage during live events

T-Mobile 5G drone will offer unique video coverage during live events

T-Mobile has teamed up with The Drone Racing League to launch a magenta-colored 5G racing drone. According to the Uncarrier, its new drone is one of the first racing models to feature 5G connectivity, enabling it to stream live video to the Internet. The drone will be leveraged as a tool to shoot unique perspectives during live events, with the MLB first in the pipeline.

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OnePlus foldable Samsung troll done to cut phone price in half

OnePlus foldable Samsung troll done to cut phone price in half

After OnePlus made the effort to troll the smartphone universe this week piggybacking on Samsung's foldable event, they now have an actual end product. Instead of revealing a foldable device, or a two-display product the likes of which have been released in the past by companies like LG, OnePlus basically played a prank for PR attention. The result was a T-Mobile deal that sort of delivers a 50% promotion for the OnePlus 9 5G.

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T-Mobile fiber-optic home broadband rollout begins in New York

T-Mobile fiber-optic home broadband rollout begins in New York

It's never been more apparent that people need faster Internet connectivity in their homes than it has been during the coronavirus pandemic. With parents working from home while kids were learning from home, strains on typical Internet connections resulted in choppy video meetings and dropped Internet-based calls for many users. As a result, many people began looking for faster Internet connections, and when shopping, more options is always better.

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T-Mobile will eliminate the Sprint LTE network next summer

T-Mobile will eliminate the Sprint LTE network next summer

T-Mobile and Sprint merged last year after finally gaining approval to do so. As customers of Sprint know, T-Mobile has been pushing new SIM cards to get people off some of the older Sprint networks and onto the newer T-Mobile networks. T-Mobile has now confirmed that it intends to shut down the Sprint LTE network next summer.

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Soon you’ll see brand logos on your Caller ID – and that’s a good thing

Soon you’ll see brand logos on your Caller ID – and that’s a good thing

Efforts to make Caller ID more useful - and more trustworthy - aren't stopping at the nationwide rollout of STIR/SHAKEN, with a new push to include company logos on your phone's screen. Get ready to hear plenty from carriers about Rich Call Data (RCD), which combines Caller ID with anti-spoofing authentication to make it more obvious at a glance who's calling you.

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T‑Mobile Home Run Derby uses 5G cameras to power MLB AR experience

T‑Mobile Home Run Derby uses 5G cameras to power MLB AR experience

Baseball fans have the opportunity to experience the game in an entirely new way with a new project between T-Mobile and Major League Baseball. Called T-Mobile Home Run Derby, the new initiative uses 5G-connected cameras mounted on catcher masks and player hats to generate an augmented reality experience for fans, one available through the new MLB AR app.

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