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You can now download and install iOS 12.1. That means you’ll finally be able to use Group FaceTime (LOL), access over 70 new emoji, and get rid of the annoying image blur that caused “Beautygate.” If you own an iPhone 8 or iPhone X, it also means that your processor will get throttled as the battery degrades in order to avoid unexpected shutdowns. It’s ok if this doesn’t seem like a neat feature. It’s actually very controversial!

I’m sick of buying iPhones. For the past decade, I’ve been buying them and loving them and breaking them and losing them and replacing them and, when September comes along, upgrading them.

Last year, it cost me over $1579 to get an iPhone X, and against my better judgment, I’m very seriously considering spending even more money to get the iPhone XS.

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Over the last 24 hours, owners of iOS devices across the globe have been compelled to take their expensive gadgets, wrap them in Glad Wrap and stick them inside their refrigerator. What on Earth would make anyone do that, short of a mental break? Well, it is because of a break of sorts — a jailbreak.

The iPhone X is easily the best phone I've ever owned. And in almost every way, it performs exactly as I would like it to. There is just one problem, a thing that might seem so minor as to not be an issue at all but is the one thing that regularly makes me contemplate chucking my $1600 gadget against a brick wall.

While we're not expecting any major phone news to come out of WWDC (aside from the possible appearance of the iPhone SE 2), all sorts of iPhone rumours are hitting the street as Apple's annual developer conference nears. The rumours range from some plausible changes and upgrades to some very silly-looking new colours.

Move over commemorative plates and spoons, this luxury gift company needs you to hold its beer while it releases the most garish royal wedding memorabilia that I have ever seen.

For the low price of a $6475, you can treat yourself to a 24K iPhone X case where the apple is made up of diamonds. Humanity has taken things too far this time.

It's been six months since the iPhone X release, and one thing holds true: It's still expensive. However, as much as I hated myself for buying a $1,500 phone, and as much as I hated myself for loving it, spending half a year with the iPhone X has revealed some new truths. One, Jony Ive is right when he says Face ID is important than it seems. Two, Apple's grasp on excellent quality control is slipping. Three, once you've fallen in love with the iPhone X, there's no turning back.

Let's face it, when you shell out upwards of $1000 for a flagship phone, a huge chunk of that money is going towards its camera. Some people might say that's nuts, but for others, who don't don't want the hassle or added expense of owning a real camera, it's really not that ridiculous. However, even for fancy handsets with double or even triple camera setups, phones still lack the flexibility of interchangeable lenses.

Last spring, Apple broke tradition by launching three iPhones instead of its usual two. But even more than that, Apple's bold $1579 handset had a weird name and new facial recognition tech that no one had really seen before. Now, reports from CNBC and others are saying the iPhone X is going to get killed off later this year, and people seem to be panicking.