Sunday, 11 November 2018 If you're an iPhone X owner, you could well be one of the unlucky people who has experienced a ghost touch problem with the screen. Acknowledging that there is a problem, Apple has announced a free display repair program which customers can take advantage of if they have handsets with the issue. Here's what you need to know about getting your screen sorted out free of charge. See also: Apple iPhone 5G is coming! In 2020... How to access your iPhone's secret emoticon keyboard UK court blocks iPhone users' privacy case against Google On a page snappily entitled iPhone X… [Continue Reading]
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Gene Munster isn't worried about Apple. The managing partner of Loup Ventures and venture capitalist told Cheddar Tuesday that the tit-for-tat with Qualcomm over iPhone sales in China is insignificant..
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According to CNN, a Chinese court banned the sale and import of the iPhone.
The court's decision covers most models of Apple's smartphone, but the ban does not include the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus or..
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