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Softpedia 01/20/2019 03:45
Apple has started selling the iPhone SE once again in the United States as a move that’s seen by many as a desperate attempt to boost sales of its otherwise declining smartphone unit.
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Guardian (United Kingdom) 01/20/2019 02:00
There are 5.5 billion adults on Earth, of whom 5 billion have a mobile phone and between 3.5 billion and 4 billion have a smartphone, of which between 800 and 900m are iPhones.
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Korea Herald (South Korea) 01/20/2019 01:48
Unlike its rivals in the smartphone business, LG hasn’t officially announced it is developing a foldable smartphone.
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As seen on the Apple Clearance Store, the smartphone giant has started selling some iPhone SE units again.
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MacDailyNews 01/19/2019 22:39
Microsoft recommends switching to iPhone or Android as it prepares to pull plug on Windows phones – MacDailyNews.
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AppleInsider 01/19/2019 22:26
Apple again starts selling iPhone SE, this time on clearance for $249.
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FoneArena 01/19/2019 21:35
Amazon today started Great Indian Sale offering deals on smartphones, laptops, headphones, TVs, speakers and more, as it announced recently.
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When Apple announced the iPhone XS and iPhone XR last year, it stopped selling the iPhone SE, which meant the end of the 4-inch iPhone screen size.
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Engadget - Mobile 01/19/2019 18:35
Do you deeply regret passing on the iPhone SE before Apple cut it out of the lineup ? You now have another chance to get it. Apple has quietly resumed selling the iPhone SE as a clearance item in the US, starting at $249 for a 32GB model (down from the original $349) and $299 for a 128GB version (a sharp drop from the initial $449). These aren't used models, either -- they're shiny new, or at least as shiny new as you can get for a phone that went mostly unchanged since its 2016 debut. Via: MacRumors , Linus Tech Tips. Source: Apple.
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WMPoweruser 01/19/2019 18:11
The Shape of Things to Come Smartphone displays can’t get any larger without compromising portability – this was the orthodoxy for a long time.
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PC World Blogs 01/19/2019 17:40
Apple’s iPhone SE disappeared from the iPhone lineup last fall, when the company introduced the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR.
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The Loop 01/19/2019 17:23
The device was originally released in March 2016 and was popular among fans of smaller smartphones and those who preferred the iPhone 5-like design.
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Redmond Pie 01/19/2019 16:53
This smart wallet features anti-theft protection and is trackable using an iPhone or any Android smartphone. Best of all, it's available for just $39 for limited time. [ Continue reading this over at ]
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Apple said that its signal strength miscalculation dates back its original 2007 iPhone, but it did not directly address concerns that iPhone 4’s antenna design played a role in recent problems.
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Verge 01/19/2019 16:32
Last September, Apple officially stopped selling its iPhone X, iPhone SE, and iPhone 6s models, following the release of the iPhone XS and XR.
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9to5Google 01/19/2019 15:32
“Time well spent” has turned into a hot topic over the past couple of years, and it was one of the most anticipated features for Android Pie . Unfortunately, Google restricted it’s Digital Wellbeing tools its own Pixel devices and Android One . Now, the developer of Action Launcher has provided a solution that works on any Android phone with ActionDash. more…. The post ActionDash brings Digital Wellbeing features to any Android smartphone for free appeared first on 9to5Google .
More from 9to5Google: 01/19/2019 14:18
Redmi might release three new smartphones in India soon.
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MobileSyrup 01/19/2019 14:02
The front of the smartphone features thin bezels and looks similar to the iPhone XS Max.
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Fortune 01/19/2019 13:42
More companies are pushing back against what’s become known as the “Apple Tax,” where Apple takes up to a 30% cut of in-app purchases made from App Store products.
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