OnePlus 6 biometric changes, iPhone 7 gets Apple sued & more – Pocketnow Daily

Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the OnePlus 6 and how the company might bring a new approach to its biometric security. Then we talk about how apple is now getting a Class Action Law Suit over the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s speed throttling. A new self-healing glass follows as we hear that an accidental discovery might reach smartphones in the future. Then we talk about the Apple Watch as we hear that EKG monitoring is the next frontier. We end today’s show talking about Sprint and its iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus BOGO Deals.

All this and more after the break.

– Sprint brings back iPhone 8 BOGO deal for end of the year /2017/12/22/sprint-brings-back-iphone-8-bogo-deal-for-end-of-the-year
– ‘Future versions’ of the Apple Watch could feature groundbreaking built-in EKG monitor /2017/12/22/apple-watch-future-versions-ekg-monitor-speculation
– Discovered by accident, this self-healing glass doesn’t need heat…

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33 Replies to “OnePlus 6 biometric changes, iPhone 7 gets Apple sued & more – Pocketnow Daily”

  1. Al Reid

    A fingerprint scanner in the screen is nothing more than a gimmick. It reduces your options to using thumbs (unless you use two hands) and using a forefinger on the rear is much more user friendly, in my humble opinion.

  2. wildreams

    Actually Apple do have an official Battery Swap policy. It costs $0 if your phone has Applecare+ (and retains <80% of the charge), and $79 if you don't have Applecare+.

    Not sure about Samsung and Google's official battery swap policy.

  3. Gábor Csizmadia

    I preferred fingerprint sensor on the front, until my Oneplus5T arrived, now i love sensor on the back WITH Faceunlock on the front, the perfect combination. If there are additional features related to the sensor like OnePlus did, it is absolutely perfect.

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