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Regular buyers of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max outsmarted the speculators and cashed in on them

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Photos and videos continue to circulate on the Web that show speculators selling the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max right on the streets. Now they say directly that they would be happy to sell them for the same price at which they bought them from the original owners.

Regular buyers of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max outsmarted the speculators and cashed in on them

But the most interesting thing is not that. Many users reported that they actually sold their brand new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max to resellers on Friday morning for up to $250 markup. But the very next day, they purchased the same sealed smartphones from these resellers at a price of only $ 15 more than the recommended one. It turns out that resellers remained in the red, and ordinary users purchased new items at a big discount.

One of the dealers published data on the results of the weekend: he bought 78 smartphones for $109,000 and sold them for $107,800.

Regular buyers of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max outsmarted the speculators and cashed in on them

On Saturday, we reported that the markup for the iPhone 14 Pro Max with 1TB flash dropped from $600 to $320 on the first day, while the iPhone 14 Pro with 128GB flash costs only $125 more than the recommended price. On Saturday, prices continued to decline, with the result that speculators who purchased a large number of smartphones at prices above the recommended ones, as predicted, remained in the red.

Earlier, Apple confirmed that the iPhone 14 Pro may freeze when transferring data from other smartphones. Various users have reported that the back of the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max is particularly prone to scratches. Network insider Ben Geskin shared his opinion about the iPhone 14 Pro. GPS stops working on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max after updating to iOS 16.1.

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How do you like that, Apple? Garmin has introduced a satellite communicator for all smartphones

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How do you like that Apple Garmin has introduced a

While the iPhone 14 with its support for satellite communications is just entering the market, other manufacturers are offering their solutions. Garmin introduced the inReach Messenger device, which allows you to send and receive text messages via a satellite network. So far, only Iridium system support has been announced.

How do you like that, Apple?  Garmin has introduced a satellite communicator for all smartphones

The device pairs with Garmin solutions, including smartwatches, navigators, and more, as well as smartphones running iOS and Android. This is done using the Garmin Messenger app. Once connected, it can receive and send messages, transmit coordinates or send an SOS signal.

The inReach Messenger has its own screen, and the system itself is powered by a battery that lasts for 28 days of operation.

The novelty is equipped with an impact-resistant case with protection level IPX7, its dimensions are 80 x 60 x 15 mm, and the weight is 115 grams. The price of the communicator is $300, for data transmission you need to subscribe – 10 messages per month for $15, 40 messages out of $35 or unlimited for $65 per month.

Earlier it was reported that Samsung Galaxy smartphones will receive satellite communication support, like the iPhone 14 and Huawei Mate 50

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It’s cooler than Apple and Microsoft: Intel introduced the Unison program for synchronizing messages and photos between iPhone, Android and PC

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Its cooler than Apple and Microsoft Intel introduced the Unison

Intel has announced a new program called Unison that will allow you to connect iOS and Android smartphones to PCs with Intel processors. This will make it possible to actually transfer all the main functions of smartphones to a PC. This program was shown along with a PC with a sliding screen.

Its cooler than Apple and Microsoft Intel introduced the Unison

The new program will allow you to make and receive calls on your PC using your smartphone, send and receive text messages, transfer photos and files, and receive various notifications.

It’s somewhat similar to the Link to Phone app in Windows 10 and Windows 11, but Unison offers more options. If Link to Phone only works with Samsung smartphones and some other brands, then the new system will appear for all mobile devices. At the same time, the iPhone version will be slightly less functional – this applies to text messaging and managing third-party applications. All this is due to the restrictions put forward by the company from Cupertino.

At the first stage, the new feature will be available only to owners of laptops based on 12th generation processors released by Acer, HP and Lenovo. These laptops are part of the Intel Evo program. After the release of models on chips of the 13th generation, the list will expand.

Note that there is a similar one on the MacBook, where you can synchronize data with the iPhone. Now the same is expected on Windows.

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New Logitech Mice and Keyboards for iPhone and Mac Introduced, Including First Mechanical Keyboard

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New Logitech Mice and Keyboards for iPhone and Mac Introduced

Logitech has announced a line of new mice and keyboards specifically designed to work with Mac computers. The list includes Logitech’s first mechanical keyboard optimized for Mac.

New Logitech Mice and Keyboards for iPhone and Mac Introduced, Including First Mechanical Keyboard

The $150 MX Mechanical Mini Keyboard for Mac has a Mac-designed layout with tools to customize keyboard shortcuts with Logi Options+. The keyboard features quiet, low-profile, backlit typing switches. It’s available in space gray or light gray and connects to up to three Apple devices using the Easy Switch feature.

New Logitech Mice and Keyboards for iPhone and Mac Introduced, Including First Mechanical Keyboard

Logitech is also bringing a new blueberry color to the K380 Multifunction Keyboard for Mac, which works with Mac, iPad, and iPhone. It is offered for $40

Logitech has announced a $100 MX Master 3S mouse that allows you to scroll 1000 lines per second and also has an adjustable DPI level (from 1000 to 8000). The mouse received quiet buttons and can connect to three devices at the same time.

New Logitech Mice and Keyboards for iPhone and Mac Introduced, Including First Mechanical Keyboard

Another mouse – Lift for Mac – is designed to place the hand in a natural position at an angle of 57 degrees. Logitech says this design puts less pressure on your wrists while you work and keeps your hand in a more natural position.

New Logitech Mice and Keyboards for iPhone and Mac Introduced, Including First Mechanical Keyboard

The latest novelty costs $70.

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