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The iPhone X has been spotted again on the Apple Store at a discounted price. The 2019 iPhones are rumored to have three camera lenses on their backs, but what they could be used for? Meanwhile, the FaceTime bug refuses to go away. Here's a roundup of the top iPhone and Apple headlines from this week's episode of Apple Core.
After disappearing from the Apple Store without a trace in September 2018, Apple has begun selling its 10th anniversary iPhone X online again. The caveat: you'll have to search for a refurbished model while supplies lasts.
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Apple began selling refurbished iPhone X's online.
Apple stopped selling the iPhone X shortly after releasing last year's iPhone lineup: the iPhone XS, XS Max and the XR, presumably to prevent the X from cannibalizing sales of its new phones. The refurbished iPhone Xs were first spotted this week by MacRumors and appear to be selling out fast.
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And though they are discounted from the original $999 price, the discounts aren't that great when you compare them to the iPhone XR. An unlocked iPhone X with 64GB of storage goes for $769. That's only $230 less than the iPhone XS with the same storage capacity, but $20 more that the 64GB iPhone XR. And even though it's an entire year older, the 256GB model is the exact same price as the equivalent iPhone XR. iPhone X is smaller than the XR -- if that's what you're into -- and is has a dual rear camera and an OLED screen, compared to the XR's single rear camera and LCD screen.
Apple can't seem to shake off the ongoing negative criticism surrounding its FaceTime bug. Since the news broke last week, Apple has issued a patch with the release of iOS 12.1.4 that fixes the security flaw that allowed callers...
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