iPad 6 Gets a Measly Repairability Score of 2 from iFixit

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The team over at iFixit have gone ahead and torn down the sixth-generation iPad from Apple meant for students and education market. Apart from upgraded internals, the new iPad is notable for its support for Apple Pencil which has so far only been available on Pro iPad models. Continue reading
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Score thousands of WordPress themes and templates [Deals]

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Anyone who works in design knows the value of a good library of assets and templates. That definitely applies for WordPress, where getting designing a page can quickly add up to hours. So if you do work in WordPress, lifetime access to Visualmodo WordPress Themes is worth checking out. This deal offers access to thousands […]

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iFixit tears down the Galaxy S9+ and gives it a mediocre score of 4 out of 10 for repairability

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The good folks at iFixit never miss a chance to pull out their trusty Philips screwdrivers and heat guns to tear apart the newest phone on the block, and this time is no different. The new Samsung Galaxy S9+ paid a visit to iFixit’s labs and came out with a very mediocre 4 points out of 10 in repairability. For comparison, Google’s Pixel 2 XL got an above-average score of 6, the Essential Phone received an abysmal 1, and Samsung’s Galaxy Note8 also scored 4 out of 10.

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DxO Mark praises Galaxy S9+ with a score of 99

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The Samsung Galaxy S9 has been making headlines all week leading up to, during, and after its announcement last weekend. DxO Mark is a company dedicated to testing all kinds of camera equipment and includes smartphone cameras as well. The Galaxy S9+ was praised for offering “one of the most comprehensive smartphone imaging feature sets available today.” This is definitely a result of Samsung’s dual-aperture camera system that switches between f/2.4 for bright lighting conditions and a much faster f/1.5 aperture for taking photos in low-lighting conditions. Here’s DxO Mark’s brief…

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Week’s best Apple deals: Score refurbished iPhones (and a free photo editor)

This week, save big on refurbished iPhones. You can also get a photo-editing app for free — just in time to edit all of those photos from spring break! Refurbished unlocked iPhone 7 Plus 32GB GSM for $400 If you don’t mind a few scratches (and you shouldn’t, as we frequently see people using phones […]

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Alleged AnTuTu score shows Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S flex Snapdragon 845 muscle

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S may be the first phone with Snapdragon 845, which promises to be a true powerhouse. The phone is code named “Polaris” and an early AnTuTu score is massive. There are a few important things to note here. First, the latest version of AnTuTu was used and the results are not comparable with older versions. For comparison, a Huawei Mate 10 Pro (Kirin 970) scores around 218,000 on the same version. Also, there’s no confirmation that this is indeed the Mi Mix 2S – benchmarks are easy to spoof. Alleged AnTuTu score for the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S (Snapdragon 845) We might…

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The ‘King of Kong’ could be stripped of his high score

Just days after video game high score champ Todd Rogers was stripped of his Dragster title for mathematically impossible times, the man who was the Donkey Kong king for almost 20 years has also come under scrutiny. Billy Mitchell's 2010 high score fo…
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Intuit releases Turbo credit score checking app for Android [APK Download]

There are plenty of apps on the Play Store if you want to check your credit score, but how many of them would you trust? Intuit is a company people have come to depend on for financial services, with popular apps like QuickBooks and TurboTax. So while we might not normally highlight an app of this kind, Turbo is probably worth a mention.

The app will evaluate your credit score and help you understand it, also offering insights that could help you improve it in the future.

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How to score an iMac Pro for $500 off: $4,494 shipped (Tax NY/NJ only)

Although it’s likely that no deal will ever surpass Micro Center’s ridiculous $ 1000 off it recently ran for the iMac Pro, this one comes closest. B&H is offering $ 500 off any available iMac Pro SKU. That means that you can potentially score a base model 8-core iMac Pro, for $ 4494.00 out the door. more…

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Nokia 8 gets a poor DxOMark score

While we wait for the oft-rumored Nokia 9 to be announced, HMD Global’s current flagship smartphone has been put through the DxOMark testing procedures. The end result is anything but impressive, especially given the Zeiss name on the back of the phone. While the Leica-branded camera in Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro has tied it with the iPhone X in second place among the DxOMark charts, the Zeiss-infused snapper in the Nokia 8 fares much worse, with a score of 68. The top dog is still Google’s Pixel 2 with 98 (keep in mind however that these scores aren’t out of 100 – in time it’s very possible…

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