The iPhone 6 Plus marked a turning point for Apple. After years of resisting, the company finally caved and released a “phablet” with a nice big display. Apple fans immediately lost their minds and rushed out to buy them, making it the fastest-selling iPhone in history. What is perhaps even more impressive is the fact that the iPhone 6 Plus even to this day is still better than half the phones out there right now, and it still runs Apple’s latest iOS 12 software! If you want an excellent unlocked smartphone that runs iOS 12 and has Touch ID so you don’t have to deal with Face ID, definitely pick up an Unlocked Apple iPhone 6 Plus refurb today on Amazon for under $200. Apple iPhone 6 Plus, GSM Unlocked, 16GB - Gold (Refurbished) $198.82 Available from AmazonBGR may receive a commission Buy Now Here are the key details from the product page: Renewed products look and work like new. These pre-owned products have been inspected and tested by Amazon-qualified … [Read more...] about The iPhone 6 Plus is still better than half the phones out there, and today it’s under $200 unlocked
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If you’ve ever bought a Wi-Fi router, you may have had to sort through specs that read like complete gibberish — like “802.11ac” or “a/b/g/n.” But going forward, Wi-Fi is adopting version numbers so that it’ll be easier to tell whether the router or device you’re buying is on the latest version. In the past, Wi-Fi versions were identified by a letter or a pair of letters that referred to a wireless standard. The current version is 802.11ac, but before that, we had 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11a, and 802.11b. It was not comprehensible, so the Wi-Fi Alliance — the group that stewards the implementation of Wi-Fi — is changing it. All of those convoluted codenames are being changed. So instead of the current Wi-Fi being called 802.11ac, it’ll be called Wi-Fi 5 (because it’s the fifth version). It’ll probably make more sense this way, starting with the first version of Wi-Fi, 802.11b: Wi-Fi 1: 802.11b (1999) Now, … [Read more...] about Wi-Fi now has version numbers, and Wi-Fi 6 comes out next year
U.S. crimeA Michigan mother has avoided criminal charges for “stealing” her daughter’s cell phone as a form of punishment.In a shocking case of miscommunication, Jodie May was arrested on May 11—the day before Mother’s Day—after her ex-husband called police saying she had stolen an iPhone 6 from her daughter. May was taken to a holding cell and released two hours later on a $200 bond.The ex-husband claimed to police that he owned the phone. But May said it was a Christmas gift from the man to her daughter. It took just several minutes for the assistant prosecutor to confirm that the daughter was the owner of the phone.On Tuesday, the charges against May were dismissed by the Ottawa County prosecutor. She is now demanding answers about how the case went as far as it did. “I was just being a mom, a concerned parent and disciplining my daughter,” May said, according to Wood TV.Recommended Slideshows7650 Highest Paying Jobs in the United … [Read more...] about Mother Arrested for Taking Teenage Daughter’s iPhone 6 Away
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by Tech Fix ByBrian X. Chen Sept. 11, 2018 It’s the time of year when smartphone makers introduce their newest wares to tempt you to spend your hard-earned dollars on the latest, priciest devices. The gadget mania began last month, when Samsung started selling its $1,000 Galaxy Note9, a luxurious device with an extra-large screen and the ability to be converted into a personal computer if connected with a display. Next month, Google is also holding an event where it is likely to show its newest Pixel smartphones. [Follow our live briefing coverage of the 2018 Apple Event.] And this Wednesday, Apple is set to introduce three new iPhones, including some models with bigger screens and higher starting prices. According to a person briefed on Apple’s new products, who spoke on the … [Read more...] about New iPhones Are Coming. Here’s How to Save on an Upgrade.