iPhones to get 5G in 2020? Instagram combatting hacked accounts
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We're still over a year away from the iPhones Apple released in 2020.
Though noted Apple analyst main Chico says next year's lineup will apparently include a 5.4 inch and 6.7 inch high end model with Qualcomm 5g chips inside.
They were lower, and the 6.1 inch model will likely be locked into just 4G.
Of course, Apple hasn't even announced 2019's new phones, though we're not expecting any of them to have 5G.
The US blacklisting is taking its toll on the world's number two phone maker.
While I said it expects that up to $30 billion of revenue could be wiped off the table as a result of the band.
Initial report say the company did not anticipate the ripple effect the band would have around the world.
And finally, Instagram is testing new features that could make it harder for hackers to steal accounts and hold them for ransom Which has become a growing trend of late to combat the problem.
You can now ask Instagram to send a six digit recovery code to the email or number you originally used to sign up.
Instagram will also now lock popular handles that are often targeted for attacks to prevent the quick turnaround sale of those accounts.
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