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Apple refresh the iPad Air and iPad Mini.
The new Air has a 10.5 inches display, works with the first generation Apple Pencil and supports Apple smart keyboard.
The new iPad Mini still has a 7.9 inch and gains support fo the original Apple Pencil.
Both have touch ID on the home button and use Apple's A12 processor.
The A12 can also be found in Apple's iPhone X series.
The new iPads are available for order now and hit stores next week.
MySpace has Has lost lots of user data.
The company issued a statement saying, as a result of a server migration project, any photos, videos, and audio files you uploaded more than three years ago may no longer be available on or from MySpace.
That would mean that MySpace could've lost 50 million songs uploaded over the span of 12 years.
MySpace also said there is no way to recover what was lost.
It looks like Moviepass is working on a new plan.
According to Business Insider the service would reintroduce a 9.95 per month unlimited plan.
This new one would be limited to 2D films and Moviepass would reserve the right to limit the selection of movies To get the 9.95 price, MoviePass would require a user to pay on an annual basis by using ACH or eCheck.
That means the payment would be tied to a user's bank account.
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