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Starbucks to update its charging pads to support the iPhone X

Starbucks to update its charging pads to support the iPhone X

With improvised exterior and interior, iPhone 8 is ready for pre-booking from September 15 in the countries including the US, the UK, China, Australia, India and other 24 countries around the world. Both these smartphone is an upgraded version of previous edition, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and comes with a new glass and aluminum design in three colours - space grey, silver and gold. The iPhone 8 cost for a 64GB variant in India is Rs. 64,000, although the 256GB variant holds the price tag of Rs. 77,000. It's a pitch that could reach some keen listeners if Face ID succeeds in popularizing facial recognition the way Apple's Touch ID made fingerprint scanning mainstream after it launched in 2013.

Pre-ordering the iPhone 8 at T-Mobile online also does not show any delays. For the smartphones, customers will get up to USD 300 back on either the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus when they sign up for Verizon unlimited and trade in select phones.

What's more, every customer can now take their home plan abroad with Vodafone Global Roaming - meaning they can use their UK data, minutes and texts in 50 roam-free destinations at no extra cost. The 3D Face ID sensor is said to be worth $25, while the Toshiba-built NAND memory is purported to price in at $45. "If it sells for less, eBay will cover the difference with an eBay coupon plus a $20 eBay gift card".

Also coming to stores next week is Apple Watch Series 3, but only the GPS model, which features a 70 per cent faster dual-core processor and new wireless chip. Will you be getting the iPhone X?

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All of those quotes are before tax, Apple Care and extra storage.

The Tame Apple Press has been doing its best to play down the fiasco. However, it uses the same A7000 grade aluminium that has been used in iPhone 7 Plus. With the announcement came a slew of partners that were mentioned with their various offerings in wireless charging. In fact, the newly released smartphone has set a new record for the most expensive device in India.

iPhone 8 Plus starts at Rs 73,000 for 64GB.

If you don't stare at the phone, it won't unlock.