Apple Loop: New iPhone Nightmare, Surprise iPad Pro Leak, 1.4 Billion iOS Users Face Dangerous Hack 

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This week’s Apple Loop includes a dangerous flaw in the iPhone, the nightmare of falling phone sales, the iPhone 11 Pro leak, the iPhone 11 launch date is confirmed, the iPad Pro gets a crazy camera update, Tim Cook keeping your battery safe, why you can’t swear on the new keyboard, and more...
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