Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.
Welcome to the weekend -- and be careful with your new iPhone 8.
Apple launched its first iPhone containing a custom-designed GPU this week, and at the same time, its former graphics chip partner agrees to a sale. Imagination Technologies saw its value dive after losing Apple as a customer for its PowerVR graphics hardware, so now a Chinese fund is buying the company for $743 million.
Nintendo has been slow to catch up with online features and services, but now Nintendo Account owners can use two-factor authentication. Paired with a third party app like Google's Authenticator, it adds an additional layer of security, and you should probably turn it on ASAP.
Be careful with that new iPhone 8. A number of Apple employees have told AppleInsider that the back glass isn't covered under AppleCare+ screen repair warranty and is instead qualified as "other damage," which costs $99 to fix.
Chris Velazco survives a day using just the Apple Watch Series 3's built-in LTE connection.
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