iPhone 11 design

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Take $249 off Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro LTE, one of the best prices yet

Deals. Amazon currently has a $250 discount on the 64GB 12.9in iPad Pro WIFI + Cellular variant. With the discount you can get it for $900 shipped and Best Buy is matching this deal as well.

We have some new patents of some really cool features that the Apple Watch Series 5 might bring. The first one describes a sensor that can authenticate who is wearing the device by scanning your skin texture with an IR sensor. This would be easier than setting a passcode or having to have a paired iPhone with it all the time. The second one describes a self tightening band that would help while working out or for authentication as well, for example a set pattern of squeezes from the band, you select the set number and it authenticates the user.

Asus ROG Phone II gets an ‘Ultimate Edition’ w/ 1TB of UFS 3.0 storage

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iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 monikers confirmed by Apple

A new official Apple guide just leaked the whole naming scheme for the new iPhones. The iPhone 11R will just be called iPhone 11 and the expensive variants will be the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max. The guide also tells us about iOS 13.1 which will be available officially by September 23rd. We also see that the 3 phones will ship with iOS 13.1 out of the box.

 


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