Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro is reportedly triggering fear of holes

There's A Pet Portrait Mode On The New iPhone That Promises The Perfect Puppy Pics

Here's the iPhone 11 Pro, on the right.

Australia's streaming landscape is set to get a little bit more congested with Apple releasing the details of Apple TV+. The company has promised for faster performance and improvement in battery life.

The ground-breaking smartphone also comes in various shades of cool; an array of colours that include Gold, Space Grey, Silver and Midnight Green.

The Pro line of iPhone has rich "super retina" OLED displays and a third camera on the back for professional quality photos and video, as well as a ramped-up zoom and editing software. You can pre-order a these devices starting next Friday which is on the 20th September 2019.

The 11 Pro and Pro Max also feature an A13 chip, but have a trio of 12 megapixel cameras on the back, as well as a 12 megapixel front facing camera. Further, there is a new photos app that curates favorites in a smarter way.

Apple plans to roll out new shows each month, including a thriller from director M.Night Shyamalan and a series starring Octavia Spencer.

The Apple Watch Series 5 is essentially an enhanced Series 4. Apple's in-car user interface, CarPlay, also gets a new interface and a redesigned dashboard to help people focus more on the road.

Apple’s new TV streaming service will begin its attempts to rival Netflix and Amazon Prime Video
Apple’s new TV streaming service will begin its attempts to rival Netflix and Amazon Prime Video

At launch, Apple TC+ will include eight original shows including The Morning Show, featuring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, and See, a sci-fi drama featuring Jason Momoa.

But Apple's loss also came as its South Korean rival Samsung Electronics Co and Chinese competitor Huawei grew their worldwide smartphone shipments by 5.5 percent and 8.3 percent year-on-year respectively from April to June, highlighting the challenges the U.S. tech giant faces.

Apple has also sweetened its deal by offering buyers of an iPhone, iPad or Mac a free year of streaming TV service, opening the service potentially to hundreds of millions of viewers in more than 100 countries.

The creation of the smartwatch has returned the timepiece to wrists of many people, and if you're an iPhone owner, one of the best devices you can find is Apple's Watch.

Mr Miles said that this, coupled with the free trial offered, could allow Apple "to claim within the first three months that is has over 100 million subscribers".

As the Verge pointed out in an analysis of Apple's services business, the cheapest iCloud plan is just shy of a dollar a month - under $12 a year.



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