• The Most Expensive iPhone XS Cases You Can Get

    2 monthes ago - By Mac Rumors

    The iPhone XS and XS Max are Apple's most expensive iPhones yet, with the top-of-the-line iPhone XS Max coming in at a cost of $1,449 for 512GB of storage.
    If you want to outfit your pricey iPhone with a case that's just as expensive, we've hunted down a list of the most ridiculously priced iPhone XS cases you can get.
    Gray's Alter Ego line of cases available in Titanium, Stealth, Gold, and Aurora start at $1,457. The cases are all made from aerospace grade titanium and offer a minimal design with an X shape that covers the back of the iPhone along with protective covers at each of the...
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  • Giveaway: Win Apple's iPhone XS Max from Zendure & 9to5Mac!

    Giveaway: Win Apple's iPhone XS Max from Zendure & 9to5Mac!

    2 monthes ago - By 9to5Mac

    Thanks to our sponsor Zendure, over the next month we are giving 9to5Mac readers a chance to win Apple's new iPhone XS Max valued at $1099 USD.
    And for a limited time, get 15% off Zendure's A8PD 26,800mAh Portable Charger and the X6 Power Bank and USB Hub w/ code 25Y46NEH.
    Head below for full details on how to enter!
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  • Video: A quick explainer on TrueDepth, the tech that's in every new iPhone

    Video: A quick explainer on TrueDepth, the tech that's in every new iPhone

    2 monthes ago - By Ars Technica

    Valentina Palladino and iOS developer Nathan Gitter explain Apple's TrueDepth camera.
    Apple's new iPhones launch this week, and unlike last year, every one of the new devices comes equipped with the TrueDepth sensor array originally found in the iPhone X. Most consumers who are interested in Apple's products know that piece of technology drives Face ID (an authentication method by which you log into your phone just by showing it your face) and Animojis, those 3D animated characters in Messages that follow your facial expressions.
    But Apple and the developers who make apps for its...
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  • Apple keeps finding new ways to deny that the iPhone is getting too expensive

    Apple keeps finding new ways to deny that the iPhone is getting too expensive

    2 monthes ago - By BGR

    Tim Cook keeps getting asked in so many words whether Apple is becoming something akin to the Gucci of tech, thanks to the $1,000-plus price of the iPhone that's so central to so many peoples' lives today. Tim's answer, in that laconic Southern drawl? We charge this much, because we're worth it.
    That's basically the response he gave today during an interview with Robin Roberts on ABC's Good Morning America , explaining that since carriers help subsidize the cost of the handsets most people pay some $30 or thereabouts a month. Which works out to “about a dollar a day,” Tim helpfully...
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