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Gold iPhone X

Images from an Apple FCC filing revealed images of an unreleased gold iPhone X. Analysts claimed that the company was planning on releasing this version all the way up until it hit stores in just two colors: space gray and white/silver. They reportedly ran into manufacturing issues with the gold plating, and could be releasing a gold version of the iPhone X successor. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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iPhone X Product Red

Apple officially launched the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus (PRODUCT)RED phones earlier this week, but now, Concept Creator shows us what their "X" counterparts could look like. Simply put, they feature a red glass back and red stainless steel edges, while the front of the device is black. The iPhone X Plus is rumored to feature a 6.5-inch OLED display, and possibly an upgraded camera. Continue reading for two more pictures, information and a bonus video showing what iOS 12 could be like.

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iPhone X Product Red

Analysts claim that Apple will reveal several new colors for the new iPhone refresh this year, and possibly even a PRODUCT(RED) model. Whether if the announcement comes in June at WWDC or during its own press event later this year, Martin Hajek gives us a first look at what this handset could look like, complete with a glossy glass back finish. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Augmented Reality Street Fighter

Apple has listed approximately 2,000 apps on the App Store using its ARKit, which brings augmented reality iOS. Developer Abhishek Singh created his own version of Capcom's famous 1-on-1 fighting game Street Fighter II using ARKit, audio from the original game, and 3D character models from Street Fighter IV, enabling 'world warriors' to battle it out in real-world settings. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a miniature Phone.

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iPhone SE2 Leak

Photo credit: Martin Hajek

Apple is set to host an education event on Tuesday at the Lane Tech College Prep High School on Chicago's north side at 8am PST, and the iPhone SE 2 could be one of the products revealed during the keynote. It's rumored to feature a 4-inch 326ppi retina display, a 12MP f/1.8 aperture camera with 4K 30fps video recording capabilities, Qi wireless charging, and an A10 with M10 co-processor. Continue reading for another picture, video and more information.

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Fate Grand Order

Fate / Grand Order is basically an online free-to-play role-playing game based on the Fate / stay night visual novel game and franchise by Type-Moon, developed by Delightworks. It's centered around turn-based combat where the player, who takes on the role of a "Master", summons and commands powerful familiars known as "Servants" in battle against their enemies. This game may be free-to-play, but Daigo, a 31-year-old gamer from Japan, has already spent over $70,000 and counting on the title. How? The title enables players to summon new 'servants' by spending in-game currency called Quartz. Daigo has spent $500 acquiring a new character for his collection, and then an additional $2,500 leveling it up. Continue reading for three more videos and more information.

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iPhone X Plus

Photo credit: Curved Labs

Apple's successors to the iPhones 8, 8 Plus and X are speculated to be revealed around September 2018, or exactly one year after the iPhone 8 launched. The latter is rumored to get a 6.5" OLED display, smaller notch, and possibly the return of the gold color option, which wasn't available with the iPhone X. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Fortnite iOS

Epic Games Fortnite is an overwhelming success for game consoles, PCs, and now, the iOS as well as Android mobile platforms. It's currently available on iOS in beta, but the game will eventually come to Android platforms as well. To play Fortnite: Battle Royale on iOS, you'll need an iPhone 6S/SE or better, a newer iPad (Mini 4, Pro, or Air 2+), and iOS 11 installed. As you can see in the video above, mobile players aren't limited to just their own special multiplayer servers, but rather full cross-play and cross-save with PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, and Android. Continue reading for more iOS gameplay videos and information.

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iPhone SE 2 Leak

Photo credit: 9to5 Mac

Macotakara discovered a video on Weibo that allegedly shows the next-generation iPhone SE, complete with an iPhone X-style display. Unfortunately, no other technical specifications were released, but we do see the working device running iOS, and it sports a dual rear camera with raised sensors, just like the iPhone X camera. Continue reading for another video discussing the iPhone SE 2 and more information.

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Game Boy iPhone Case Playable

Game Boy iPhone cases are nothing new, but this one from Wanle actual doubles as a playable gaming machines, loaded with some timeless classics. In addition to Tetris, Tank, F1 Racing, and Snake, your iPhone retains full functionality with complete access to all ports, and without draining your handset's power either, as it uses its own button-cell battery. Continue reading for two more videos (including one of the Samsung Galaxy version) and more information.

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