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3 years later, who knows what the Apple Watch is for?
Mashable • Damon Beres
Apple hires former Samsung VP in attempt to jumpstart business in Korea
Mashable • Monica Chin
Huawei P20 Pro review: the three-camera iPhone killer
The Guardian • Samuel Gibbs
Apple sells 5 different types of iPad and it's hard to choose — but there's one that's best for most people (AAPL)
Business Insider • Kif Leswing
Apple is offering free battery replacement for some MacBook Pro units
TechCrunch • Jordan Crook
General Magic is a nostalgic film about the ‘90s startup that imagined the smartphone
The Verge • Adi Robertson
Apple will replace batteries on some MacBook Pros
Mashable • Karissa Bell
The new iPad and Apple Pencil helped me finally understand the utility of a tablet
Business Insider • Prachi Bhardwaj
Forget the iPhone X — Apple could launch a new iPhone with a bigger screen this year for as little as $550 (AAPL)
Business Insider • Kif Leswing
Apple is replacing the batteries for some 13-inch MacBook Pros
The Verge • Andrew Liptak
 
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3 years later, who knows what the Apple Watch is for?
MashableDamon Beres
Image: lili sams/mashable In 2007, Apple changed the act of socializing, maybe forever, with the release of the iPhone. There it was, a perfectly packed 4.5-inch-long computer designed to pulverize boredom like a drill through your skull. You bought one, and now,...
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Apple hires former Samsung VP in attempt to jumpstart business in Korea
MashableMonica Chin
Image: david gannon/AFP/Getty Images Can Apple stay afloat in Samsung's home country? It's certainly trying. The tech company has hired a new general manager for its Korean division who knows the ins and outs of the market — and the competition. The...
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Huawei P20 Pro review: the three-camera iPhone killer
The GuardianSamuel Gibbs
With the P20 Pro, Huawei has not only proven that it can compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung, but it can beat them in many ways. Three cameras really are better than one (or two). Having established its name in...
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Apple sells 5 different types of iPad and it's hard to choose — but there's one that's best for most people (AAPL)
Business InsiderKif Leswing
Steve Kovach/Tech Insider Apple's lineup of iPads can be confusing. There are now five different iPad models to choose from, each with different storage and cellular options. For most people, the best iPad is the 6th Generation iPad, which starts at $329....
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Apple is offering free battery replacement for some MacBook Pro units
TechCrunchJordan Crook
Apple is offering free battery replacements for some 13-inch MacBook Pro (without Touch Bar) laptops that may have a faulty component. The company announced recently that a limited number of these devices have a component that may fail, which would case the...
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General Magic is a nostalgic film about the ‘90s startup that imagined the smartphone
The VergeAdi Robertson
Welcome to Cheat Sheet, our brief breakdown-style reviews of festival films, VR previews, and other special event releases. This review comes from the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. Silicon Valley is stereotypically full of arrogant geniuses single-handedly forging the future, including Steve Jobs,...
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Apple will replace batteries on some MacBook Pros
MashableKarissa Bell
Image: lili sams/mashable Apple is again saying it will replace batteries on some of its devices. This time, though, the issue isn't an iPhone — it's a MacBook. Specifically, 13-inch non-Touch Bar MacBook Pros, which Apple says could have a defect that...
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The new iPad and Apple Pencil helped me finally understand the utility of a tablet
Business InsiderPrachi Bhardwaj
/Prachi Bhardwaj I got very little use out of my first iPad back in 2011. Even amid all of the excitement of having a brand-new Apple device, I felt no real need for my second-generation iPad, between my iPhone and my MacBook....
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Forget the iPhone X — Apple could launch a new iPhone with a bigger screen this year for as little as $550 (AAPL)
Business InsiderKif Leswing
Last year, Apple launched its first $1,000 phone. The iPhone X is not only Apple's most expensive phone, but also its most advanced model. It featured a screen that stretched across the entire device, and advanced front-sensors that lets the phone scan...
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Apple is replacing the batteries for some 13-inch MacBook Pros
The VergeAndrew Liptak
Apple has unveiled a program to replace the batteries of some non-Touch Bar 13-inch MacBook Pros for free. The company says that a “limited number” have had their batteries expand. 9to5Mac spotted the program, which will allow users to get the computer’s...
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