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Apple introduced a new iPad to replace the iPad Air 2. The new iPad starts at $329 and is Apple's cheapest tablet.
For the first time, there is a red iPhone.
Apple unveiled product red variance of iPhone 7 and 7+.
The Forage iPhone, the iPhone SE also got a storage upgrade and is now available in 32 and 128 GB options.
Instagram is making some changes.
Images that are reported to the service will appear blurred out with a label marking them as sensitive in feeds.
Tapping the screen will let you see the normal image.
Instagram also made, two factor authentication available to everyone.
Owners of the Nintendo's Switch have complained about connectivity issues with the wireless Joy-Con controllers.
Nintendo said there is no design issue with the controllers, and a manufacturing variation is the reason for any wireless interference.
The company says the problem has been addressed, and new Joy-Con controllers will not have this problem.
Owners of affected controllers can reach out to Nintendo for a repair.
And lastly, there were apparently more leaks of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8.
This time images appeared online showing off black, Gray, silver, and even a purple version of a phone that could be the Galaxy S8.
Samsung will hold an event on March 29th where it will finally make the Galaxy S8 official.
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