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Analyst: iPhone XS buyers favoring higher-capacity models, pushing higher ASP for AAPL

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The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are the first iPhone models to be offered with a 512GB storage tier, and analysts are citing this as a reason to be bullish on Apple and increase their AAPL price target. Citi Research is out today with a new investor note in which it says customers are favoring iPhone XS models with higher storage amounts, which happens to come as memory prices fall for Apple. Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip As reported by CNBC, Citi Research has raised its AAPL price target from $230 to $265. In the investor note, Citi analyst...

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A fresh read on mobile computing in the warehouse

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With the market at a crossroads, our exclusive survey offers an inside look at the state of mobile computing today and the outlook for the future. By Ben Ames In the decades since they were introduced into warehouse operations, mobile computing devices have virtually transformed the business of data collection, making pencils and clipboards a thing of the past. But it’s not just the warehouses that have experienced a transformation; the devices themselves have undergone a wholesale evolutionary change over that period, morphing from the...

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Apple’s iPhone XS Has Two Great Secret Features

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There’s no escaping it, the iPhone XS (details) and iPhone XS Max (details) ship with several problems – one of which Apple  has confirmed. But these new iPhones also hide a major real-world upgrade and now we know it isn’t the only one…  ‘Great Secret Features’ and ‘Nasty Surprises’ are my regular columns investigating the best features / biggest problems hidden behind the headlines. Apple’s iPhone XS (middle) and iPhone XS Max (left) have some great secret featuresApple This week both acclaimed review site Anandtech and...

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The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate US Companies

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iPad Pro Unveil Date: Exactly When The New Tablet Will Be Revealed

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Apple’s new iPad Pro will be revealed soon, it looks like, and will be the culmination of a busy few weeks for Apple. Apple iPad Pro 10.5in and 12.9in current versions.Apple The Apple iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are out (review here). The Apple Watch Series 4 has hit the streets (review here). The iPhone XR is imminent. But Apple still seems to have plenty of stuff up its sleeve so there’s more beyond an updated iPad Pro with all-screen design and Face ID. Probably there’ll be a new MacBook of some kind, perhaps to replace...

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LG V40 ThinQ vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Can the V40 unseat the king?

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Julian Chokkattu/Digital Trends LG has taken the wraps off the LG V40 ThinQ, revealing a huge phone with a gorgeous 6.4-inch display, all the power you could want, and five camera lenses. But is it worth spending your money on, or should you invest in another top-level flagship instead? The Galaxy Note 9 is one of the best phones on the market right now, and also comes with a huge 6.4-inch screen, incredible power, and an amazing camera. Which one should you buy? We compared the two to find out. Specs Performance, battery life, and charging...

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iPhone XS Tests ‘Confirm’ Apple’s Nasty Surprise

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While I like a lot about  Apple’s new iPhone XS (details) and iPhone XS Max (details), Apple quietly acknowledged they ship with a serious charging problem. And now a new investigative report reveals it’s not the only one…  ‘Great Secret Features’ and ‘Nasty Surprises’ are my regular columns investigating the best features / biggest problems hidden behind the headlines. Apple’s iPhone XS (middle) and iPhone XS Max (left) have speaker problemsApple Discovered by the ever-thorough PiunikaWeb, a significant number of iPhone XS and...

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This iOS 13 Concept Is All About Practical Changes You’ll Love

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Image Source: Jacob Rendina / YouTube (screenshot) Apple has just released the iOS 12 software to the public and is busy fixing bugs users have encountered in the final build. However, users and concept designers have started looking forward to the next year’s iOS 13. The iOS 12 focused largely on performance and stability, boosting speed and reliability on older iPhones and iPads. The iOS 13 is expected to bring a bunch of new features. A new iOS 13 concept explores possible changes in the next year’s mobile software. The best iOS 13 concept...

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The best ways to finance your new iPhone XS or XS Max

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Consumer Reports is out with its final test results on the iPhone XS and XS Max and both phones got high marks. They didn’t beat the No. 1-rated Samsung Galaxy Note9 — which scored 83 out of 100 points — but they were right behind with a score of 82 and just ahead of the Samsung Galaxy (81) and Galaxy S9 (80). The iPhone XS Max has a super-sized 6.5-inch screen, the largest display of any iPhone to date, but in its review, Consumer Reports focused on the “noticeable improvement” in battery life, putting the XS and XS Max among the industry...

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China’s going to make a mobile OS and everyone will love it, predict ball-gazing analysts

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Huawei last year denied reports that it’s developing its own mobile OS to lessen its dependence on US giants like Google. The South China Morning Post had reported that Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei blessed the doomsday project, to be activated in case of a “worst-case scenario”. The Alibaba-owned paper said Huawei has such projects already running on PCs and tablets. Execs said it had no need to do so, finding Android perfectly acceptable. But the European Commission is keen for competition to Google to develop, and...

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