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iPhone 11 Review – One month later

I had been thinking of upgrading to the iPhone XS for a while now because I was ready to accept the notch life and get some more screen real estate. I’m glad I didn’t. I was in the US last month long enough that I was able to get myself a (PRODUCT)RED™ iPhone 11 and an Apple Watch Series 5. After more than a month of daily use, I’m ready to sum up my thoughts in this iPhone 11 review.

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Apple Watch Series 5 review – The perfect iPhone companion

It was September 2018. I was patiently hoping to get my hands on a new Apple Watch Series 4. My Apple Watch Series 0 had been serving me very well, but it was showing its ages. The battery life, the low-resolution display compared to the latest ones, and lack of GPS prompted me to get the newly launched Apple Watch Series 4.

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So, I walked into an Apple Store in September 2019 and got myself an Apple Watch Series 5. I mean, it’s not my fault I had to leave the country before I could get my hands on a Series 4. Besides, always-on display sounds fancy, even though it’s something a watch should have by default.

When the Series 5 launched and it was on the store while I was in the US, it was a no brainer for me to upgrade to the series one just like it is no brainer for me to write an Apple Watch Series 5 review a month after continued daily use.

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Apple just discontinued the 12-inch MacBook

When I published the in-depth review of my daily driver, the 12-inch MacBook, little did I know that the very next post would be about its discontinuation.

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In yet another refresh soon after May’s MacBook Pro updates, Apple has upped the specs for the MacBook Air. While doing so, the company has also discontinued the 12-inch MacBook, the smallest, sleekest, and arguably the most stylish MacBook to have ever existed.

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In-depth Review: 12-inch MacBook – Should you buy it?

I’m a big fan of computers that I can take with me everywhere I go. For most people, the smartphone in their pocket is the most active computer that they use for pretty much everything. Not me, though. I use my iPhone mostly for notification of emails, messages, social media, some YouTube and Netflix (mostly sitcoms), and starting recently, reading books.

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