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Apple Set to Release Cut-Price iPhone SE 2

Apple will apparently resurrect the iPhone SE moniker to re-enter the mid-range market in 2020. According to a noted Apple analyst, the "iPhone SE 2" will borrow the internal specs from the latest iPhone 11 models but house them in the frame of smaller and cheaper iPhone 8.

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iPadOS – iPad’s Latest Features Explained

This week saw the release of iPadOS, the first dedicated operating system for Apple's tablet. Despite being almost a decade old, until now the iPad has shared the iOS platform with the iPhone. With iPadOS though, it receives a suite of new, iPad-focused features. We take a look.

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Google is Listening to You Again (With Permission)

Google Assistant has started to make use of human reviewers again, after months without them due to negative news stories. With the revelation that recordings were being listening to by human staff, and the public's reaction, Google now aims to be much more transparent.

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iOS 13 – Newest Features Explained

It's the time of year for Apple's annual iOS update, and 13, available from today, brings with it a raft of big changes that are sure to be welcomed by iPhone owners. From new security settings to an entire new games library, the iOS 13 update is no half measure.

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What’s The Point of the New iPhone 11 Range?

The iPhone 11 series launch was the most underwhelming in years. We're inclined to wonder whether there's any point in buying the new iPhones or whether it's worth sticking with your current one, or waiting for 2020. Or whether, whisper it, you might be better of with an Android?

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iPhone 11 Launch – Everything You Need to Know

Apple has officially announced its new lineup of iPhones, including the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Learn more about price, specs, and availability here, as well as whether or not you should buy one for yourself.

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Apple Accused of Breaching Chinese Labor Laws

Apple is dealing with another labor violation complaint, as China Labor Watch has released a report noting 18 different violations of Chinese labor laws, including forced overtime, unpaid meetings, and the over-employment of temporary workers.

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Apple Offers Free Apple Watch Repair Program

Apple has launched a new free repair program for owners of its Watch products, acknowledging that a fault means that a crack can appear on the screen for affected models. The program, which focuses on Series 2 & 3 models, covers those with aluminum cases.

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Apple’s Newest iOS Update Has a Big Security Flaw

The newest iOS update, iOS 12.4, has accidentally unpatched an old security flaw that it had previously addressed, researchers have found. If your iPhone is running iOS 12.4 — and since it auto-updates, you likely are — you're theoretically at risk if you download a rogue ...

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Apple Identifies MacBook Air Fault, Will Fix for Free

MacBook Air owners beware - your laptop may well be subject to Apple's latest repair program, after internal documents reveal an issue with the logic board. While Apple is remaining quiet about specifics of the fault, it has stated that repairs will be free.

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What Will Jony Ive’s LoveFrom Agency Do Now?

Apple's legendary Chief Design Office, Jony Ive, has announced that he'll be leaving Cupertino that brought his iconic designs to life to form a new design agency, LoveFrom. But what will Ive and his team actually be designing? Will it be more of the same, or a radical departure?

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Android Q vs iOS 13 — Key Features Compared

With both big smartphone operating systems' next generations curently undergoing beta testing, we take a look at all the key features and changes and ask the question - which is best? And, perhaps more importantly, which will move the smartphone game forward?