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Qualcomm sues Apple over software licensing, sharing code with Intel

Apple will reportedly not use any Qualcomm components in 2018 (CNET/CBS Interactive). Qualcomm filed suit against Apple on Wednesday in a California state court, alleging the iPhone maker breached a software license contract and used proprietary code with competitor Intel. The contract Apple allegedly broke surrounds software designed to make ...

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First impressions of Apple's iPhone X

Video: iPhone X review — Face ID, the notch, and a new screen It’s here. The iPhone X has arrived and is a vast departure from what iPhone users are accustomed to — as the home button is gone, and with it, the ability to unlock the phone with a ...

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The iPhone X contains a strange dual-cell battery

A teardown of the iPhone X shows just how creative Apple had to get to squeeze all that new technology into such a small form factor. Must read: Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 is what the next MacBook Pro should be (but almost certainly won’t) The teardown of the iPhone X ...

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How iPhone X melds the best of Apple's past and present

The iPhone X was announced minutes after the iPhone 8, but the products are more like fraternal twins than identical ones. On one hand, the X is an iPhone. It runs virtually all the same software and comes with all of iOS 11’s advantages and limitations. On the other hand, ...

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Hands-on videos of the iPhone X begin to show up on YouTube

Apple recently held a special hands-on demo session for a select group of popular YouTube channels. Several new videos appeared on YouTube Monday morning, each one giving us a better glimpse of the iPhone X as a whole. For example, this video shows off the setup process for FaceID, Apple’s ...

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iPhone X screen: Here's how much it will cost to repair

Apple will charge $279 to repair the iPhone X screen (CNET/CBS Interactive). Apple on Friday said it will cost $279 for iPhone X screen repairs and $549 for any other damage to the device, unless it’s a manufacturing defect covered by Apple’s standard one-year limited warranty. The new iPhone X ...

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