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This week's stories
Apple Watch Series 6: Color us impressed [Review]
Almost all the reviews of the Apple Watch Series 6 say the same thing: Yeah, it’s great, but it’s an incremental upgrade, and if you already have a Series 5, skip the upgrade. Multiple sources point to iPhone 12 event on October 13
The iPhone 12 will debut at a special event on October 13, multiple sources claimed on Wednesday. The release date will reportedly come shortly thereafter. Apple’s smallest iPhone 12 could be called ‘iPhone 12 mini’
For the first time ever, Apple will adopt its “mini” branding for the iPhone, claims Apple leaker L0vetodream. According to the tipster, Apple will use the name “iPhone 12 mini” for the smallest of four models coming this year. iPhone Home screen modders go crazy with iOS 14
Ever wanted to make your brand-new iPhone look like it’s running Windows 95? That’s the outrageously novel idea that sprang into the mind of Ashley, an 18-year-old from Indiana who wants to work as a graphic designer, after she upgraded to iOS 14 last week. Apple has lost more than $500 billion in market cap so far this month
Apple has lost more than $500 billion in market cap since the start of this month, CNBC reported over the weekend.