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Google wants to kill SMS texting, Tim Cook says iPads and Macs aren't merging - Video - CNET


Google wants to kill SMS texting, Tim Cook says iPads and Macs aren't merging - Video - CNET

Moto drops four budget phones on your spring - Video - CNET


Moto drops four budget phones on your spring - Video - CNET

Apple replacing batteries for MacBook Pro laptops without the Touch Bar - CNET

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"Apple is replacing batteries on a number of MacBook Pro laptops.



As first spotted by MacRumors, Apple said on Friday that certain 13-inch MacBook Pro laptops without the Touch Bar, made between October 2016 and 2017, have a component that could cause the computer's built-in battery to swell.



Apple said it's not a safety issue, but anyone with an affected laptop can have the battery replacement for free by entering their computer's serial number into Apple's battery replacement program website.



Apple will also refund anyone who's already paid to have a battery replaced.



The battery program covers affected MacBook Pro laptops for a period of five years from their retail purchase date..."



Apple replacing batteries for MacBook Pro laptops without the Touch Bar - CNET

There’s no way Apple can convince me to pay $1,000 for a new iPhone X this year – BGR

iPhone X 2018 Price

"A top Apple analyst said in a note to clients this week that the cheapest new iPhone X might cost just $550, which is an impressive price point. Apple selling a brand new device for a price that’s $100 cheaper than its typical entry-level price for iPhones would be a big deal. It would also be a nightmare for Android device makers, especially the kind of companies that charged about the same for their #NeverSettle smartphones.



But this rumor made me realize that there’s no way Apple can convince me to pay $1,000 for a new iPhone X successor this year, one year after I purchased the first one...."



There’s no way Apple can convince me to pay $1,000 for a new iPhone X this year – BGR

Wednesday, April 18, 2018