iPhone 11 reviews are out, Amazon Music to offer lossless streaming
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A week after Apple revealed the new iPhone 11s, views are already out.
Many critics agree the cameras on the pro, and pro max are among the best in the business.
The phones boast improved battery life, and impressive low light modes.
But might not be the must-have upgrade for current iPhone users.
You can read the full review on CNET.
Amazon is preparing to launch a higher tier for its music service, letting consumers download and stream lossless music.
Expect the music HD expansion to go live now for users in the U.K., U.S., Japan and Germany It'll cost you 12.99 as a Prime member and 14.99 for non-Prime users.
But finally, Amazon is also looking to double its locker program over the next year.
The Hub locker network, a series of bright orange Amazon delivery lockers, only has 10,000 locations around the country.
New goal is to evaluate over 1000 new locations for new lockers every month, with the hope of approving a sizable chunk of those sites.
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