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Monday October 23, 2017
As iPhone X Release Date Looms, More Details Emerge
The iPhone X will be available for pre-order starting Oct. 27, with in-store availability set for Nov. 3. In the meantime, video of the iPhone X "in the wild" and further details are starting to emerge.

Old iPhone Slowing Down? Data Suggests It's All in Your Head
It's a perennial question asked in offices, bars, shops and across the internet every year in the run up to the launch of a new iPhone: does Apple slow down older iPhones to make you buy new ones.

Apple's 'Spaceship' in Apple Park Cost $427 Million To Build
Buildings in the brand new Apple Park cost at least $1.1 billion, of which $427 million went to the "spaceship" and $179 million to the Steve Jobs Theater, according to building permits.

iPhone 8 Plus: Batteries Bursting Out of New Phones?
At least five separate reports of the new 5.5in iPhone 8 Plus smartphones have shown deformed phones, swelled batteries and screens being detached from the aluminum bodies of the devices.

Judge: FBI Can Keep San Bernardino iPhone Hack Details Secret
The FBI does not have to reveal the identity of a vendor that helped it unlock the iPhone of one of the shooters in the 2015 San Bernardino terror attack, or the price it paid for the vendor's services.

Why Are Millions of Apple Macs Failing To Update Firmware?
At least 16 different Apple Mac models have not received any updates for a certain type of firmware, which could leave those devices vulnerable to targeted hacks that are difficult to detect.

Apple's Face ID: Not So Great for Kids and Twins
The iPhone X might be the future of Apple's smartphone design, but its lauded Face ID facial recognition system has an issue with people under 13: it's much more difficult to tell them apart.

Apple Urged To Activate iPhone FM Radio Chips After Hurricanes
Most smartphones have FM radio chips embedded in them to transmit radio signals -- a critical way to stay informed during a disaster. But despite the FCC's pleas, Apple has not enabled the iPhone's chip.

How Apple's Face ID Facial Recognition System Works
Apple unveiled its new Face ID facial recognition system, which has raised privacy questions and anxiety over whether someone could force you to unlock your phone by pointing it at your face.


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