iPhone XS and XS Max up for preorder, Zuckerberg writes on election interference
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Apple's newest iPhones are up for preorder.
The 10S starts at $999, while the larger 10S Max starts at 1099.
Both models will ship on September 21st.
The iPhone 10R, Apple's lower-end iPhone, will be available for preorder in October.
Mark Zuckerberg wrote a lengthy post on Facebook explaining how the company is taking measures to prevent election interference.
He says that Facebook removed fake accounts from a number of countries well before their elections Zuckerberg also mentions that Facebook is working closer with governments to improve its security.
He says that Facebook is better prepared than it was during the 2016 elections.
Google will discontinue its inbox by Gmail app and service at the end of March 2019.
Inbox was a bit of an experiment, with Google attempting to rethink How to handle email?
With the recent Gmail redesign, a number of features that first appeared in inbox made their way to Gmail itself.
If you be lost without inbox Google has put together a transition guide on how to move from inbox to Gmail.
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