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How (And Where) To Use Apple Pay

Most people would describe Apple Pay as a try by Apple to tap into the mobile banking sector, as we’ve seen happen with a lot of banks and telecommunication providers around the world. Relying on NFC (Near Field Communication) technology, the service works the same way that a credit card would whenever you’re about to do a contactless payment. The …

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7 iPhone X Features Apple Didn’t Talk About on Stage

  Apple introduced the highly-anticipated tenth-anniversary iPhone – the iPhone X yesterday. While the all-screen front and its ability to unlock with your face largely dominated the event, there is a slew of features the company couldn’t or more accurately, didn’t talk about on stage. Hence, here we discuss seven of them. How to Shut Down the iPhone X Now …

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8 Amazing Apple A11 Bionic Features that Give it an Edge over A10 Fusion

  Apple debuted its iPhone 8 and iPhone X smartphones last night. As expected, both the iPhones were powered by an in-house designed Apple A11 Bionic chip with neural engine added to the iPhone X. It is the successor to the A10 Fusion SoC found inside the last generation iPhone 7. It is clearly a marked improvement over the A10 …

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[Team Talk] iPhone X, 8, Apple Watch and all that…

  As the dust settles in the Steve Jobs Theatre following the launches of September 12, the tech world explodes in the debate over just how good the products launched were. Here is how different members of our team saw it. “It didn’t disappoint” Apple’s special iPhone event had a lot to live up to. Apart from launching a new …

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The Great TechPP Crossword: Apple Edition

Yes, there are new Apple devices in town – a watch, three phones, and a new Apple TV. And while we wait for them to hit the stores, we decided to give your brain a little work out by letting you find out just how much you know about them. So here is our crossword, dedicated to the Apple event. …

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Apple X Keynote: The Boring, The Brilliant, and The Wait and See

Apple’s September 2017 keynote event has come and gone. In its wake, it has left a legion of Apple fans double checking their bank accounts. While the anticipation surrounding these events is always a joy, not all keynotes are equal. Some forever change the way we look at consumer technology. Others are immediately forgotten about and live on as a …

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