Judge: no one in America is concerned about the pixel count in iPhones

Judge: no one in America is concerned about the pixel count in iPhones

According to Law360 (a subscription is required to read the entire article) a California federal judge appeared skeptical Thursday of keeping alive a proposed class action alleging Apple misrepresents its iPhone screen size and pixel count, saying Apple discloses that its phones' rounded corners impact screen size and “there doesn’t seem to be anyone in America” who’s really concerned about pixels.

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InvisibleShield announces anti-microbial screen protector for iPhones

InvisibleShield announces anti-microbial screen protector for iPhones

InvisibleShield. a ZAGG company, has introduced the Glass Elite VisionGuard+ with anti-microbial technology for the Apple iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. It promotes digital wellness by eliminating 99.99% of harmful bacteria on the device screen, , according to Brad Bell, senior vice president, global marketing for ZAGG Brands. 

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CIRP: iPhone XR is now the ‘principal’ iPhone model

CIRP: iPhone XR is now the ‘principal’ iPhone model

Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) has released analysis of the results from its research on Apple for the fiscal quarter that ended June 29, 2019. The research group finds that the new iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR models accounted for 67% of U.S. iPhone sales in Apple’s third fiscal quarter. The iPhone XR accounted for 48% of US iPhone sales during the quarter.

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Too little, too late? Intel finally ready to ship its ‘Ice Lake’ processors

Too little, too late? Intel finally ready to ship its ‘Ice Lake’ processors

It’s probably too little, too late for the company in the long run, but Intel has told its investors that it’s ready to ship 10-nanometer “Ice Lake” mobile CPUs next month, after three years of delays for the company’s 10nm fabrication. 

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Keep that expensive iPhone clean while traveling with the PhoneSoap Go

Keep that expensive iPhone clean while traveling with the PhoneSoap Go

Last month my Apple World Today compadre, Steve Sande, reviewed the PhoneSoap Wireless, a $99.95 device that not only wirelessly charges your iPhone, but sanitizes it with a strong blast of ultraviolet C (UV-C) light at the same time. He loved it, but longed for a wireless version.

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PCMag: iPhone XS bests the XR and X in cellular signal test results

PCMag: iPhone XS bests the XR and X in cellular signal test results

For those who are looking for the best cellular data connection rates with a new iPhone, it’s best to buy either the iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max. That’s the conclusion from testing performed by Cellular Insights and Rohde & Schwarz for PCMag, in which the phones were tested in varying conditions that included strong and weak signal conditions on both advanced and traditional networks.

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Nomad Base Station Apple Watch Edition is a classy and versatile wireless charging dock

Nomad Base Station Apple Watch Edition is a classy and versatile wireless charging dock

Nomad has just started shipping its new Base Station Apple Watch Edition (US$119.95), a Qi-compatible wireless charger that includes an integrated Apple Watch charger. We received one of the docks for review; let’s take a look.

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