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The Verge

South Korea prosecutors are investigating Apple's iPhone battery controversy
The Verge
Add the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office to the growing list of government units around the world that are investigating Apple over the reduced performance of iPhones with older batteries inside. The company's poor messaging about an iOS ...
South Korean Prosecutors Are Investigating Apple Over the iPhone Throttling ControversyGizmodo
There are problems with Apple's iPhone battery explanation — and the company might end up paying the price in courtMarkets Insider
Apple Loop: Three New iPhones Revealed, Awkward Problems In iOS Update, More iPhone Battery ProblemsForbes
BGR -ZDNet -CNBC
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Forbes

Apple Leak Reveals Sudden iPhone X Cancellation
Forbes
Apple · AAPL. $178.46$-0.8(-0.45%). As of 01/21/2018, 09:23pm EST. will soon cancel the iPhone X. And the source could not be more credible… In a new report obtained by AppleInsider, acclaimed KGI Securities' analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says disappointing ...
Why the Apple Inc. iPhone X Isn't Doing as Well as Hoped in ChinaMadison.com
Apple Will Launch a 6.5-inch iPhone According to KGI Analystsgizmochina (blog)
Analyst Predicts Apple Will Soon Discontinue The iPhone XAskMen
nwitimes.com -Wccftech
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The Verge

Apple's latest iPhone X commercial is all about selfies
The Verge
Apple has released a new commercial for its iPhone X, which showcases the camera's ability to take some great selfies, set to a monologue by Muhammad Ali. Ali's words are appropriate here: he was brash and outlandish, and his assertion that he was the ...
Apple gets Muhammad Ali to sell you on iPhone X selfiesCNET
Apple's latest ad touts iPhone X selfies w/ help from Muhammad Ali9to5Mac
Apple's New iPhone X Video Focuses on Selfies Taken With Portrait LightingMac Rumors
Phone Arena -AppleInsider (press release) (blog)
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LifeProof Fre and Next for Apple iPhone X: Useful when your phone must be part of your outdoor adventure
ZDNet
There is no headset jack on the iPhone X so there is no adapter in the box either. The Lightning port opening is large enough for virtually all Lightning cables too. Wireless charging and Apple Pay work perfectly fine with your iPhone X in this case. I ...



Business Insider

I had an Apple store experience from hell — and it's clear there are larger problems with Apple's retail presence
Business Insider
My iPhone 6s broke my fall — and I, in turn, broke my iPhone. Miraculously, the phone itself was fine. The insides still worked, but the screen was hideously cracked. Jagged scars ran upward from the bottom right corner, and the bottom bezel on the ...
Apple iPhone tips and tricks - 15 incredible things you never knew your iPhone could doExpress.co.uk
£1000 for a phone you can't answer! Apple fans claim nothing appears on screen when their iPhone X ringsDaily Mail
Here's why Apple is replacing iPhone 6 Plus with iPhone 6s PlusDeccan Chronicle
Madison.com -Phone Arena -The Sun
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CNBC

South Korean group files complaint against Apple CEO over iPhone slowdown
CNBC
A South Korean consumer group has filed a criminal complaint against Apple CEO Tim Cook over slower iPhone devices, after probes in Europe into allegations the firm had deliberately shortened the life of its handsets. Apple is already facing lawsuits ...
Apple to release software update to resolve iPhone slowdown - CEOReuters
iPhone slow: Apple to let people stop their phones being slowed down even when batteries are oldThe Independent
Apple will let you choose between your phone's speed and its battery lifeWashington Post
Engadget -The Hill -Yahoo News -ABC News
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USA TODAY

Why not build an iPhone in the USA?
USA TODAY
Because the phone would cost as much as double, in the $2,000 range for the iPhone X, says tech analyst Tim Bajarin of Creative Strategies. And he cites other reasons as well, notably the cost of skilled labor in China (who are paid around $100 a week ...

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9to5Mac

'Right to repair' legislation gaining steam amid Apple's iPhone ...
9to5Mac
Amid Apple's ongoing battery repair program, iFixit today reports that “Right to Repair” legislation is gaining traction. The site explains that so far this year, 17 states have introduced bills that would reduce repair costs by opening up parts and ...

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Apple Leak Reveals Significant iPhone Design Changes
Forbes
... of what is otherwise an extremely impressive smartphone. Perhaps if Apple simply brought the price down in 2018, we'd all be more prepared to accept it... ___. Follow Gordon on Twitter, Facebook and Google+. More On Forbes. Why Your iPhone Is ...

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