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Supply chain reports say Apple developing in-screen Touch ID, will ditch Face ID by 2021
Supply chain reports say Apple developing in-screen Touch ID, will ditch Face ID by 2021

A new report from reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo today says that at least one of the new iPhones introduced in 2020 will have a smaller front-facing camera cutout.

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Amazon offers refurbished iPhone XRs for $120 less ahead of Prime Day
Amazon offers refurbished iPhone XRs for $120 less ahead of Prime Day

Time to dispose of your old smartphone but don’t know which one to buy next?

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3D Touch removed from all iPhone 11 models, Apple adding BOE as second OLED screen supplier
3D Touch removed from all iPhone 11 models, Apple adding BOE as second OLED screen supplier

Apple is said to be removing 3D Touch from all iPhone 11 models and introducing a new OLED display manufacturer into its supply chain.

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Critical Warning Issued Regarding 10 Million Samsung Phone Updates
Critical Warning Issued Regarding 10 Million Samsung Phone Updates

More than 10 million users of Samsung smartphones have done the right thing in looking to manage firmware updates that improve and secure the running of their devices.

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More iPhone 11 leaks and why Apple could ditch Face ID
More iPhone 11 leaks and why Apple could ditch Face ID

The latest iPhone 11 leaks show the three new models coming in September and Apple's rumored plans to switch to an in-screen fingerprint scanner for the iPhone in China.

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Sketchy report says Apple to launch iPhone without Face ID, may feature under-screen Touch ID instead
Sketchy report says Apple to launch iPhone without Face ID, may feature under-screen Touch ID instead

In a sketchy report published on several Chinese media sites yesterday, including Mashdigi, Apple is purportedly considering to make a new iPhone model for the Chinese market

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Google is about to steal another great feature from the iPhone
Google is about to steal another great feature from the iPhone

Transferring data files concerning Apple products is amazingly simple thanks to an incredible characteristic known as AirDrop.

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