Sketchy report says copper gold iPhone 8 may be called ‘Blush Gold’
– Aug. 13th 2017 11:14 am PT
It was reported last week that the iPhone 8 will come in a new copper gold color shade, alongside white and black. Now, a post on Chinese social sharing site Weibo claims Apple’s name for the color will be “Blush Gold.”
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Furthermore, the report claims that Apple will only offer the Blush Gold iPhone 8 in the 64GB and 128GB capacities. Apple currently limits the Jet Black iPhone 8 to the 128GB and 256GB capacities, but it’s a bit odd that the Blush Gold model would be limited to the 64GB and 128GB, not the highest end model.
The rumor was shared on Twitter by Benjamin Geskin, who cites a post on Weibo from a “Foxconn insider.” Considering the source, the claim should be taken with a pretty hefty grain of salt.
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What is the secret history of the iPhone? There are (at least) two different ways to think about this question.
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An Apple iPhone 7 and the company logo are seen in this illustration photo taken in Bordeaux, France, February 1. New versions of the iPhone may be getting an OLED screen, according to reports on July 6.
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Updated: Aug 13 2017 08:39AM EDT
Apple iPhone users beware: a new scam is tricking people into giving up their Apple passwords and other personal information.
Here’s how it works: after you freeze the account of your lost or stolen iPhone.
The scammer sends the victim a text, saying their old phone has been found.
The message also includes a link to a phony webpage asking for your Apple account login.
The scammer then uses it to access all the information on your account.
“I get a text message claiming that they were from Apple Support, that they found my iPhone,” a victim recalled. “So I clicked on the link and it looks like it's the Apple iCloud login information, but the URL at the top really didn't look like it was from Apple.”
The url to lookout for end in “xyz.”
Apple’s web address ends in “icloud.com.”
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