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These iPhone VPN applications will simply scam you: What to look for

Security firm Avast has found three false VPN applications that were downloaded by a great many iOS clients. Avast said the applications - Beetle VPN, Buckler VPN and Hat VPN Pro - cheated clients, didn't offer the types of assistance they guaranteed and were a type of "fleeceware" that charged over the top membership rates once their free-times for testing terminated. Information from versatile applications insight firm Sensor Tower shows that the applications have been downloaded more than 420,000, 271,000 and multiple times, individually, over the previous year. Each application has a high App Store rating between 4.6 to 4.8, however Avast cautions that numerous client audits could be phony as they've been composed correspondingly and are largely dubiously overenthusiastic. Avast additionally discovered less great audits guaranteeing that the applications…
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See how much faster the iPhone 11 Pro is

The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus were really popular smartphones and Apple sold them up until about a year and a half ago. There are lots of customers who are still using the devices but with A9 processors from 2015, they’re starting to show their age (not to mention battery performance throttling). If you’re curious how much faster a new iPhone would be compared to your iPhone 6s, check out the latest speed test pitting the two against each other. Apple released the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus in September 2015 and being the second-generation of Apple’s design change from the iPhone 5/5s and the offering of a larger-screened iPhone with the 6s Plus, they were hugely popular. The 6s and 6s Plus even remained the most used iPhones into…
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Apple's new cheaper, smaller iPhone might be hard to buy when it arrives, according to new reports. Supply of the handset – known as the iPhone SE 2 or the iPhone 9 – could be constrained owing to the spread of coronavirus, according to a new report from Nikkei. Reports have already suggested that Apple is stil on schedule to launch the phone as expected, at the end of March. Despite the problems with coronavirus and the related issues, the company is said to be still on track with the phone. But the new report suggests that the spread of the virus could hit supply, leading to constrained availability for those trying to buy the phone. Though the company is on schedule for the launch it is likely to miss…
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Coronavirus threatens significant delay, Update News Daily From Iphone

According to supply chain experts and former Apple employees, this time of year is when company engineers travel to China to map out with assembly lines for prototypes. Because Apple uses custom parts, February is a key month for finalizing plans before full-fledged manufacturing for fall iPhones begins. Although iPhone 12 production wouldn't ramp up until the summer, current factory shutdowns and limited communication in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak are expected to slow down the typical timeline. "You’re really talking about two lost months, which in the consumer electronics cycle is huge,” an executive at a semiconductor firm told Reuters. Apple declined to comment to Reuters, so it's unconfirmed that the iPhone 12 production is behind schedule. However, the virus already caused Apple issue a warning about missing…
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