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Apple’s iPhone XI event claims BOLD moves?!(video)

Best Buy Labor Day sale discounts MacBooks, Apple Watch, iPads and more to new lows

Deals. Best Buy just kicked off their Labor Day Sale which includes a lot of deals on Apple products and more. The best deals are:
○ Up to $900 off different MacBook models.
○ $250 off the latest iPad Pros in both sizes.
○ Up to $70 off the Apple Watch Series 4.
They also have deals on 4K TVs, Smart Speakers, headphones and more.

We’ve seen several leaks of the Fitbit Versa 2 but it is now official and available for pre-orders for $200. It features a swim proof design, an on-device microphone for Alexa features, and 5 days of battery life. They also released the Aria Air Scale which is a low cost Bluetooth scale that tracks your weight with the Fitbit app for $49.95.

Android TV might add some of OnePlus’ improvements to be more ‘fast and smooth’

Apple Invites Media to September 10 Event at Apple Park: ‘By Innovation Only’

Apple just sent out press invitations for their iPhone Event that will happen on September 10 at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Apple Park. We expect to see the 3 new iPhones along with an Apple Watch refresh, new iPad Pros and that 16in MacBook Pro. The invitation tag reads ‘By Innovation Only’. The Apple logo in the invite also shows off some new colors that have been rumored to come to the new iPhones.

 


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