Whoops! Samsung leak suggests there may be four different versions of the Galaxy S10

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New information keeps leaking out about Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 phone.

The latest leak comes for the XDA Developer blog, which noticed something very interesting hidden inside the Android 9.0 update from Samsung: We may be looking at a total of four different models of the Samsung Galaxy S10.

Earlier this summer, we shared the rumors from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s report concerning three possible versions of the S10. XDA’s findings point to an additional, previously unreported version of the phone.

Here’s what we’re possibly looking at thanks to the the XML files that were found by XDA: Read more…

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The iPhone XR has a 10.7 percent bigger battery than the iPhone XS, China filings show

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For some reason, Apple never lists RAM memory capacity or battery size for its devices. This is why the specs sheets for the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR weren’t really complete even after the phones’ unveiling last week. 

But thanks to the company’s filings to China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (known as TENAA), unearthed by Macrumors via MyDrivers, we now know the full specs for all three of Apple’s new iPhones. 

Here’s the rundown:

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Look out, iPhone XS: A boatload of powerful Android phones are coming in October

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Don’t care much about the new iPhones? Good. There are a ton of new Android phones coming out this October, and some are promising to be a far more interesting than Apple’s mildly upgraded flagships.

First, on October 3, LG will launch its triple-rear-camera V40 flagship. Six days later, we’ll get new Pixel phones from Google. Razer is likely about to launch a gaming-related phone just one day later, on Oct 10. And then Samsung has a mysterious Galaxy event on Oct. 11. 

And Huawei will launch its Mate 20 flagship on Oct. 16 — likely the second triple-rear-camera phone to be launched in a month.  Read more…

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Best deals for Sept. 19: Save on Apple MacBook Air and iPad, Nintendo Switch games, NutriBullet, Amazon Echo, Sennheiser headphones, and more

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Hump day deals are coming in hot. We’ve rounded up the best deals from across the internet on laptops and kitchen gear. We also gathered deals on Amazon video streaming and home security devices, Udemy online classes, and discounts and sales you can only find at Target.

If you’re looking for Apple products today is your dayWalmart has the Apple MacBook Air on sale for just $519.99. The retailer also has the iPad Mini 4 on sale for $299.99, which is $100 off its list price, while the iPad Air 2 is going for just $379.99, or nearly $250 off. Read more…

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iOS 12 review: Finally, the fear of upgrading is over

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iOS 12
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The Good

Lightning fast • even on older phones • A smarter Siri is compatible with more third-party apps • Password management’s never been easier • Notifications are finally grouped by app

The Bad

Screen Time can be confusing to navigate • Shortcuts app isn’t for beginners • Memoji are kind of bland

The Bottom Line

iOS 12 may not have some of the big marquee features of previous years’ updates, but it still delivers massive improvements everywhere it counts most.

Mashable Score4.5
Cool Factor4.0
Learning Curve4.0
Performance5.0
Bang for the Buck5.0

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Apple's iOS 12.1 code hints at new iPads coming in the fall

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Apple’s big September event came and went with no trace of new, highly-anticipated iPads. 

But the wait probably won’t be very long9to5Mac reports that a “2018 Fall iPad” has been referenced in iOS 12.1 code, which was released Tuesday. 

There are no details as to what this new iPad might be like. But fall likely means October (November is also a possibility, but Apple historically held two iPad events in October and none in November), so at least we sort-of know when it’s coming. 

As for what’s coming, nothing’s official yet, but there have been plenty of rumors describing a new iPad Pro with Face ID and no home button (check out the renders below). Read more…

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