Apple says "arrive early" for iPhone X, new Uber driver charges
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Those who want an iPhone X on launch day better plan to get to an Apple store early or even camp out.
That's the indication from Apple whose newest iPhone goes on sale November 3rd.
The company says there will be walk-in stock available but judging from the arrive early comments It's safe to assume quantities will be light.
Uber has just given its drivers more ways to charge its customers.
The new options for fees include charging for having to drive a long distance for a pickup, waiting too long at a pickup point, and charging a cancel fee after just two minutes instead of five.
It's all part of a plan to be more driver friendly, but the customer effect is yet to be seen.
And finally Vimeo [UNKNOWN] its acquisition of live stream has updated the company's Mevo Camera to the Mevo Plus, small device that can stream full HD and 4K to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo Live, and more The new camera promises better range and it's on sale now for $500.
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