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What Will Apple Name This Year’s iPhones? [POLL]

Apple is set to hold a special event on September 10, where it will most likely unveil its next iPhones for 2019. Rumours this year note Apple will unveil “Pro” successors to the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. Design of these new phones are said to retain the same design, but gain...

What are you Pre-ordering Tonight: iPhone Xs? Apple Watch Series 4? [POLL]

Apple kicks off iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and Apple Watch Series 4 pre-orders tonight, at 12:01AM PDT/3:01AM EDT, September 14, 2018. Let’s take a quick poll-—what are you pre-ordering tonight? iPhone XS? iPhone XS Max? Or Apple Watch Series 4? Vote below, then leave a comment about what colour and configuration you’ll be getting!...

Canadians Believe Technology is the Best Way to Stop Distracted Driving

A recent poll carried out by insurance company Aviva Canada has revealed that 78% of Canadians believe technology is the best way to stop drivers from being distracted by their cell phones, CTV News reports. Majority of respondents said that instead of using police crackdowns or peer pressure, technology should be used to stops people from texting and using...

What Will Apple’s New iPhone Be Called? Vote Here [POLL]

We’re days away from Apple’s special event, where we’ll learn the final details of the company’s next flagship iPhone. One big question remains though—what will Apple call ‘iPhone 8’? iPhone 8 sounds like a logical choice, but what about the other iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus updates? Could we see Apple deviate from the...

Americans Still Divided Between Apple and FBI in Encryption Battle: Poll

According to recent poll carried out by The Wall Street Journal / NBC News, Americans seem to be almost equally divided in the ongoing iPhone privacy battle between FBI and Apple, with Democrats and independents favouring the Cupertino company, while the Republicans siding with FBI worrying that the government won’t go far enough to protect national...

New Poll Shows Only 7% of iPhone Buyers Intend to Buy the Apple Watch

According to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, only 7% of US iPhone owners recently surveyed by him said that they intend to buy the upcoming Apple Watch. The analyst notes that the number is down from 8% this past September and 10% in September last year, CNET is reporting. Munster also said in his recently released investors...