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Sunday, September 16, 2018

Apple Unveils iPhone XS And Fall-Detecting Watch

Apple has updated its flagship iPhone X handset with two more powerful models, one of which is larger than before. The iPhone XS Max has a 6.5in (16.5cm) display. The iPhone XS has the same 5.8in-sized component as the original.
A new thinner smartwatch was also launched with added fall-detection and heartbeat-tracking functions. There had been concerns that the relatively high £999 entry price of iPhone X would limit its appeal when it was announced a year ago.
But Apple said it had consistently proven more popular than either of the lower-priced iPhone 8 models
. Market research firms suggest it also outsold rival companies' flagship

devices. That helped propel Apple to become the world's first company with a market capitalisation above $1tn (£768m). However, China's Huawei still managed to overtake it in terms of overall smartphone market
share in the April-to-June quarter, putting Apple into third place.
"Huawei was able to overtake it because Apple is not playing in the mid and low ends of the market," commented Francisco Jeronimo from IDC.
"But Apple is very well positioned in the premium segment, and we don't expect that to change over the next 18 months."
Earlier at its California event, Apple unveiled a new smartwatch whose display extends further towards its edges than earlier models.
The firm said the Watch Series 4's usable screen was more than 30% larger despite the device itself having similar dimensions to its predecessor.
It also gains the ability to detect if its wearer has fallen and to take electrocardiogram heartbeat readings.
Apple overtook Xiaomi and Fitbit to become the world's bestselling wearable tech company in the second half of 2017 thanks to strong demand for the last generation of its smartwatch. It has held on to the top spot ever since, according to IDC .

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Anuforo Osinachi James

Indeed, we are in the 21 century. Where we are technological driven. One day, Nigeria will have cause to compete effectively in the technological market/terrain of the world.

Endy Edeson

Sure, we already have local developers in Nigeria, just that no adequate govt support

Anuforo Osinachi James

That has always been the problem.

Emeka Falake

the phone will be expensive. luxury things

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