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21 Sep 2018
Apple Inc.'s iPhone XS has arrived, greeted by lines of the Apple faithful, in spite of a price that's up to $200 more expensive than the iPhone X.
29 Aug 2018
Gene Munster, Loup Ventures managing partner, and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discuss Apple Inc.'s planned updates to the iPhone X.
28 Aug 2018
Gene Munster, Loup Ventures managing partner, and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discuss Apple Inc.'s planned updates to the iPhone X.
11 Jul 2018
iPhone face ID may not recognize morning face some iPhone X users have complained on Twitter about Face ID failing to recognize them in the morning. The feature is supposed to account for small facial changes like hair and makeup.
2 May 2018
Apple is set to deliver its second-quarter earnings on Tuesday and all eyes are on whether the iPhone X will deliver on its promises.
13 Feb 2018
Google is working on an overhaul of its Android mobile software for a new generation of smartphones mimicking Apple Inc.’s controversial new "notch" at the top of the iPhone X, according to people familiar with the situation.
2 Feb 2018
Julie Ask, principal analyst at Forrester Research, and Bloomberg's Cory Johnson discuss Apple's earnings and the iPhone X on "Bloomberg Technology."
20 Jan 2018
A closely watched Apple Inc. analyst has whacked about 23 percent off his initial projections for iPhone X shipments, citing weak Chinese demand.
27 Dec 2017
Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Paul Sweeney discusses Apple and iPhone X sales forecasts for 2018.
14 Dec 2017
The best smartphone from Apple yet, the iPhone X, launched in Nigeria few days back and some of Nigeria's top business, media and entertainment personalities graced the launch.
3 Nov 2017
Fans flock to Apple's New York store to get their hands on the new iPhone X.
30 Oct 2017
Apple asks suppliers to increase shipments on stronger-than-expected demand for iPhone X, Taipei-based Economic Daily News reports, citing an unidentified official at the supply chain.

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