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More Bad News From Apple As iPhone XR Price Slashed

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Adding to the signs that the newest iPhones are not meeting Apple’s internal sales targets, let alone the lofty ambitions of significantly increasing the annual sales of the iOS-powered smartphones, details of the actions taken by Tim Cook’s team to boost sales have come to light. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple speaks while unveiling new products during a launch event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)Getty Writing for Bloomberg, Mark Gurman notes on an increase in carrier subsidies, an...

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‘Incredible in less than 22 seconds’: Microsoft Outlook gets an iOS refresh, with simplicity in mind

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The new Outlook Mobile for iOS Inbox. Microsoft Photo) Jon Friedman. (Microsoft Photo) Microsoft’s Outlook mobile app for iOS is the latest product from the tech giant to get a new look. The company unveiled some new design features and functions Wednesday, bringing the version of its email client for iPhones closer in line with the Android app while adding some extra goodies. The most immediately noticeable change is the addition of the Outlook flagship blue to the header on the inbox, which Microsoft says makes the app stand out from other...

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Apple’s New iPhones Have An Expensive Nasty Surprise

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Mounting evidence suggests Apple ’s iPhone XS (details), iPhone XS Max (details) and iPhone XR (details) are not selling well even despite price cuts. We already know the crowd-pleasing innovation Apple has planned to win users back, but it might not be enough after a major source confirmed the most serious problem with the company’s new iPhones…   Bloomberg reports Apple has fallen substantially behind its rivals and will not be able to equip iPhones with 5G until late 2020 at the earliest. And 5G is about to become a game-changer....

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Google’s design elements may be coming to a lot more apps in the near future

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Have you ever heard about an interesting new app you’d like to download, only to learn it isn’t available for your mobile operating system? Or maybe there is a version of the app for your OS, but it’s just not as good (Snapchat for Android might come to mind). If you’ve experienced either of these moments, there’s a good reason: Android and iOS apps are written in different programming languages, which means developers have to start essentially from scratch when they recreate their app for a new platform or risk compromising on performance....

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Samsung Nigeria tweets update using Apple iPhone

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Actress Gal Gadot was caught using an iPhone to promote a Samsung smartphone Samsung Mobile’s promotional Twitter account in Nigeria has been caught sending updates about the Korean firm’s phones via an Apple iPhone. YouTuber Marques Brownlee spotted the mistake and shared an image of a tweet sent out using the iPhone Twitter app. A separate analysis suggested that more than 300 of its tweets had been sent via the same mobile app. The @SamsungMobileNG account was shut down and deleted...

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EscapeNet Deploys IP Infusion’s OcNOS Network Operating System To Deliver Services for the GigCity Adelaide Network

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SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–IP Infusion, a leading provider of intelligent network software for telecom and data communications services, announced that EscapeNet, an Australian Internet Service Provider (ISP), has deployed the OcNOS™ network operating system and developed a disaggregated networking model to power the GigCity Adelaide Network, an initiative of the Government of South Australia, offering gigabit speed services to innovation precincts across metro Adelaide. The initiative has been able to achieve highly...

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The worst tech failures of 2018

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on cnet 2018 Holiday Gift Guide Looking for the perfect gift? CNET delivers advice, reviews, and recommendations. Read More A boatload of products, trends, and people in the tech sector really disappointed us this year. In the spirit of the season, however, we won’t single out any individuals here. Instead, we’ll focus on the products and trends that made us sick. Also: Best tech gadgets of 2018 This year was rough for the technology industry. From anxiety-inducing social networks and buggy mobile devices to glitchy operating...

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Apple Loop: Poor iPhone Sales Panic Apple, Sudden iPhone XS Price Cut, iPad Pro’s Big Mistake

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Taking a look back at another week of news from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes low iPhone sales, Apple pushing a positive iPhone XR message, more iPhone price cuts, the good news around no iPhone sales information, why the iPad Pro smart connector has failed, the latest Apple patents, the App Store heading to the Supreme Court, and Project Fi coming to iPhone. Apple Loop is here to remind you of a few of the very many discussions that have happened around Apple over the last seven days (and you can read my weekly digest of Android...

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Blockchain Smartphone Readies To Invade The Market

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Partnering with Foxconn International Holding and recruiting Leo Messi as its brand ambassador, SIRIN LABS launches FINNEY, described as the market’s first blockchain smartphone. Said to be ultra-secure, the blockchain smartphone runs the company’s unique operating system, dubbed SIRIN OS.   According to its maker, FINNEY will offer its users a true mobile blockchain experience. It includes an embedded cold storage crypto wallet, combined with state of the art mobile technology and design. SIRIN LABS is also looking for strategic OEMs to...

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The iPhone XR is Apple’s ‘Best-Selling’ iPhone

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The iPhone XR is Apple’s “best-selling” iPhone. In an interview with Reuters Wednesday, Greg Joswiak, Apple’s VP of product marketing said that the iPhone XR is currently Apple’s “most mainstream product and our most popular iPhone.” The phone, which went on sale in October, is the lowest-priced iPhone from Apple’s 2018 models. The handset starts at $749, while the iPhone XS and XS Max start at $999. Even with its lower price point, the handset includes some of the premium features from the more expensive models, including face recognition...

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