New Apple iPhones and Watch, Amazon's growing ad presence
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Apple debuted a new series 4 watch and a trio of iPhones.
The updated smart watch sports a new larger edge to edge display and a UI refresh, as a well as the digital crown that now features habit feedback.
It can also detect dangerous falls and perform an electrocardiogram directly from your wrist
Apple's new iPhones include the iPhone 10S which has a 5.8 inch screen and the new 10S max with a massive 6.5 inch one.
They both use faster algorithms for better performance, more security, and improved AR functionality.
The cameras are also better.
Apple finished up with the iPhone 10R, the smaller, cheaper alternative to the SNS max.
Sports an LCD screen and comes in six finishes and sizes.
Finally Recode ran a story outlining just how many of Amazon's search results render ads.
The write up finds that many search terms return ads for sponsored products for Amazon's in house brands making it increasingly difficult to find organic search results.
The article says Amazon will likely pull back once it starts to annoy customers.
That hasn't happened yet.
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