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Here's how much each iPhone Apple makes costs in 15 different countries around the world

8 monthes ago   |   By Chron

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Apple's iPhone 11 , iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max went on sale September 20.
Apple also still carries the iPhone XR, 8, and 8 Plus.
Prices generally range from most expensive in Turkey and Brazil to cheapest in the US and Canada.
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After Apple's "By Innovation Only" event on September 10, when it announced three new phones, you might be thinking about buying a new iPhone.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max is the most expensive iPhone you can currently buy, and the iPhone 8 is the cheapest option still sold by Apple.
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The 7 most disappointing features in iOS 13

The 7 most disappointing features in iOS 13

8 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Apple on Thursday released iOS 13, the newest version of its iPhone operating system, to the public.
iOS 13 has a ton of improvements and quality-of-life features that make using an iPhone much easier, or more pleasant.
Unfortunately, not everything is an improvement, and Apple could have certainly done more with some of its changes.
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iOS 13 is finally here. But it's not all sunshine and roses.
Apple's latest operating system update for the iPhone brings some major improvements, like a system-wide Dark Mode, a handful of updates to...
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