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When the iPhone 11 debuted on September 10, it was met with less enthusiasm than the usual iPhone release. A lot of techies are holding off purchasing the latest gadget until Apple releases a phone with 5G technology.

Major US phone carriers have yet to build out the infrastructure necessary to provide a consistent 5G experience, so Apple didn't feel it necessary to integrate the technology into its latest iPhone.

A dramatic new feature on the iPhone 11 Pro is its three camera lenses. The three lenses give users the the original wide, plus ultrawide and telephoto options.

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The smartphone has facilitated connections with people around the world—and complicated our relationships with people sitting right in front of us.


Things are easier said than done, or so the old adage goes, and we couldn't agree more. That's why we do the GOOD 30-Day Challenge, a monthly attempt to live better. This month's challenge: Unplug at 8.

The rise of the smartphone has strengthened our connections to people around the world—and complicated our relationships with the humans sitting right in front of us. Now that there's a mobile device in every back pocket, how do we decide when to investigate a new text or keep it in our pants? How do we graciously navigate drunken debates when every fact is at our fingertips? Are we expected to excuse ourselves from the table and tweet from the privacy of a bathroom stall? And do these rules slide based on the birthdate of the person wielding the Qwerty keyboard?

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