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Pre-orders for Apple’s new lineup have gone up, and all three of Apple’s new devices- iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR– are getting attention for different reasons. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max bring improvements over last year’s flagship with new features and upgraded hardware including a blazing fast A12 Bionic processor, advanced Face ID, and an even bigger Super Retina display. Then you’ve got the iPhone XR, which is the affordable new addition to Apple’s iPhone portfolio with six vibrant new color options and Liquid Retina display.
Below we look at Spigen’s just launched collection for the new iPhones, many of which include updated versions of the company’s popular cases for past devices. Spigen has been one of the most reliable smartphone case makers for years and has just unveiled its new lineup for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR.
As Apple’s legal battle with Qualcomm continues to drag on, the United States International Trade Commission recommended yesterday that a trade judge find Apple guilty of infringing upon at least one of Qualcomm’s patents.