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Apple iOS 11.0.3 Starts Causing Problems

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Here we are again. Following Apple iOS 11’s troubled launch and the rushed releases of iOS 11.0.1 (which made things worse) and iOS 11.0.2 (which did the same), iOS 11.0.3 has become the fourth iOS 11 upgrade (and third dedicated bug fix) in just three weeks. And predictably rushing out upgrades means iOS 11.0.3 has also started to cause problems…  I warned about this last week in my iOS 11.0.3 Upgrade Guide given the flurry of user complaints across reddit and social media, leading me to conclude you should hold off. One week later and...

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Google is

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There’s a past version of me who probably wouldn’t have believed that the devices Google announced at its fall event were actually designed by Google. The old me might have thought: The company that had the generic rainbow serif logo for 17 years made this? The stuff Google showed off on October 4 was brazenly designed and strangely, invitingly touchable. These gadgets were soft, colorful… delightful? They looked human, but like something future humans had made; people who’d gotten righteously drunk with aliens. You could imagine them...

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Astro’s Luna Display will turn your iPad’s front camera into a clever button

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Astro’s Luna Display hardware dongle is a dream for anyone who wants their iPad to act as a second screen for their Mac – wirelessly. Now, the company has revealed a clever update that turns the front-facing camera of your iPad into a neat, contextual button that gives you access to a range of features without cluttering up your user interface. In case you missed it, Luna Display is a small USB dongle that you plug into your Mac, which talks to an app on your iPad to turn it into a second screen for your computer, with no lag and terrific...

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A startup funded by iPod creator Tony Fadell is suing Andy Rubin’s new company over smartphone trade secrets

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Apple Leak Reveals Massive New iPhone Cancellation

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Ming-Chi Kuo is back again. Widely regarded as “the best Apple analyst on the planet”, the KGI Securities analyst has revealed Apple will make a massive cancellation to its new iPhones in 2018…  In a report obtained by Macrumors, Kuo states that Apple has decided to “abandon” the much loved Touch ID fingerprint sensor and it will not feature in any of the next generation of iPhones. Gordon Kelly iPhone X has no Touch ID and Apple will scrap it from all future iPhones as well Instead Kuo states Touch ID will be completely replaced by Face ID,...

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Windows Phone was a glorious failure

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This past weekend, Microsoft made official what was already known for years: the Windows Phone mobile operating system is dead. There’ll be no further development, no miraculous Windows 10 Mobile revivals, and no further attempts to compete with the overwhelming duopoly of Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android. The new Microsoft, led by Satya Nadella, prefers collaboration over competition — or at least that’s the choice the company tells itself it has made in abandoning its thwarted mobile OS venture. But the overall failure of Windows Phone...

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FCC asks Apple to activate the iPhone’s hidden FM radio to aid public safety

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FCC chairman Ajit Pai wants Apple to turn on the FM radio that’s hidden inside of every iPhone. In a statement today, he asked that Apple “reconsider its position, given the devastation wrought by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.” The FM radio, he said, can be used to receive “life-saving information” during disasters. Apple said Pai’s request wasn’t possible for its newest phones. “iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models do not have FM radio chips in them nor do they have antennas designed to support FM signals, so it is not possible to enable FM...

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Apple iPhone X Reportedly Facing Production Delays to 3-D Sensors

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Apple Inc. is facing production delays to its top-of-the-line iPhone X due to problems with the 3-D sensor manufacturing process, according to a series of news reports. Makers of the components, used in facial recognition, are struggling to reach adequate production levels, Japan’s Nikkei newspaper reported Tuesday, citing unidentified people with knowledge of the process. The delay relates to the assembly of equipment used to project the 30,000 infrared dots onto a user’s face to map its characteristics, the Wall Street Journal reported...

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Essential Phone vs iPhone X

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Pretty much everyone knows what Android is these days, the same way everyone knows what the iPhone is. Likewise everyone knew who Steve Jobs was, and a lot of people probably know who Tim Cook is, however, even fans of Android may not know who Andy Rubin is. Andy Rubin was one of the original co-creators of Android way back when, in fact by many he is considered the true “father” of the platform. Whether he’s as well-known broadly as the likes of Job and Cook, he still became a billionaire off the back of Android, but then...

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Apple iPhone X: 10 Logical Reasons Why You Can’t Wait To Buy This Phone

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Shutterstock Have you ever been to a museum or dance recital and there is that one person who is taking a picture or recording video with their iPad? The Apple iPhone X is going to create a world in which those people no longer exist. The iPhone X is going to create a world in which your step-dad no longer challenges you for dominance while at the same time chiding you for not knowing how to switch out the differential on a 1985 Buick Regal without having to look it up on the YouTube. The iPhone X is going to create a plane of existence in...

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