This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Neil discuss some of the changes in iPhone 8 and X. Dan comes back to talk about his impressions having held them in Apple's hands-on area after the event.
Until then, in our latest episode, AppleInsider editors Neil Hughes, Daniel Eran Dilger and Victor Marks discuss:
- Sen. Al Franken calls on Apple to explain Face ID and provide details on how they guard privacy and will respond to Gov requests for FaceID data
- Apple raises prices for repairs and AppleCare+
- Rumor recap: Neil goes into who got what right
- The end of reachability as a feature on iPhone X
- Quickcharging the iPhone X, and the cost to get the parts to do it
- Belkin UpBoost and Mophie Charge Force accessories for wireless charging iPhone 8 and iPhone X
- Dan comes back to talk about his impressions having had hands on with the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, and we're glad to have him.
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Show note links:
- Senator calls on Apple to address Face ID privacy concerns
- Apple hikes repair, replacement & AppleCare+ prices for iPhones
- Rumor recap: Who was right and wrong about the iPhone X and iPhone 8
- 5.8" iPhone X designed for two-handed use as Apple apparently drops support for Reachability
- Quick charging the iPhone 8 and iPhone X requires at least $70 in accessory purchases
- Belkin Boost Up Qi-compatible wireless charging pad arriving for iPhone 8, iPhone X
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