• 5G iPhone: why hasn't Apple embraced next-gen internet in its 2019 devices?

    7 days ago - By Tech Radar

    5G is the biggest mobile tech story of the year. Major networks in the US, UK and Europe have launched 5G services, and you don't have to be a hedge fund manager to afford them. But Apple has not joined in. It just announced its iPhone range for 2019/2020. There are three phones, the iPhone 11 , iPhone 11 Pro , and iPhone 11 Pro Max. But not one of them offers 5G. Huawei, Samsung, Oppo, LG and OnePlus have all made 5G phones. Sony is working on one. And while withered HTC seems to have put its money on blockchain rather than 5G (that's right, it really did make a 'blockchain phone' ), even...
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  • Apple TV+ will be free for a year when you buy some Apple devices

    Apple TV+ will be free for a year when you buy some Apple devices

    7 days ago - By Geeky Gadgets

    Apple announced yesterday that their new Apple TV+ streaming service would cost just $4.99 a month and that it will come with a 7 day free trial at launch. If you buy some of Apple's new devices then you will get a years worth of the Apple TV+ streaming service for free. The devices that...
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  • Streaming video service Apple TV+ is coming in November

    Streaming video service Apple TV+ is coming in November

    7 days ago - By Beta News

    Apple is launching its new streaming video service, Apple TV+, on November 1. Like Apple Arcade, Apple TV+ can be shared with up to six family members, and will cost $4.99 per month - although you may be able to get it for free. The service is priced to undercut other big streaming subscriptions and while there is unsurprising support for Apple's iPhone, iPad and Mac devices, Apple TV+ will also be available on smart TVs, media devices, and even online in Safari, Chrome and Firefox. See also: Subscription gaming service Apple Arcade launches next week Apple's new iPhone 11,...
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  • Subscription gaming service Apple Arcade launches next week

    7 days ago - By Beta News

    Launching Thursday September 19, Apple Arcade is the iPhone-maker's new game subscription service. Dubbed the Netflix for games, it will set subscribers back $4.99 each month, and will provide unlimited access to a library of games. Apple Arcade is compatible with iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV, and at launch there are more than 100 games available through the service, and many of these will be exclusives. The service will compete with Google Play Pass when it eventually launches. See also: Apple's new iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are all about the cameras Apple...
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