Apple's iPhone event, Equifax fallout, Google teases smartphone reveal
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Apple started off the week with a slew of new product announcements including the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.
In addition to debuting the iPhone 10 with an edge to edge oled display with no home bun and TrueDepth front facing camera.
All starting at 900 99 dollars.
Also announced was the series 3 Apple watch with built-in cellular and a new Apple tv with 4k functionality.
We're also just starting to feel the fallout from the massive Equifax data breach which may have affected over 143 million US customers.
The FTC is also warning consumers of potential phone scams where people pose as Equifax employees.
The FTC says, do not give up any personal information.
Don't trust any caller ID, and hang up if you receive a robocall.
And finally, Google released a couple of teasers for an event to be held on October 4th, including one on its site that says, thinking about changing phones?
Stay tuned for more on October 4th.
Google also published a 35 second video featuring searches related to smart phones.
Last year on October 4th, Google unveiled it's first branded phone, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL.
The teasers almost certainly point to new phones this October.
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