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Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the iPhone X and how its price will affect sales in important markets like China. Then we talk about everything Apple didn’t want you to hear at its keynote, starting with the death of the red iPhone 7, and the price increase of the iPad Pro. We also cover the fact that the Apple Watch Series 3 won’t have the best battery life with LTE. We even cover the crazy price increase of Apple Care+ for new iPhones. We end today’s show talking about deals for the iPhone X and iPhone 8, which is about the only positive thing in the news.

All this and more after the break.

Stories:
– Sprint offers $350 credit for iPhone 8 trade-in deal
– Trade in for a T-Mobile iPhone X deal and also get free data for Apple Watch Series 3
– Apple Watch Series 3 only touts ‘over 1 hour’ of LTE talk time battery life, up to 18 hours overall
– AppleCare+ coverage priced at whopping $199 for $999 iPhone X, $149 for 8 Plus and 7 Plus
– Apple quietly discontinues red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, marks up 256 and 512GB iPad Pros
– iPhone X could fail to turn Chinese market around for Apple

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  1. Still enjoying my space grey 6s plus 128gb. I'm planning on buying another one and it'll last another 4 years at least!
    Not worth upgrading to the 10.

  2. I went out bought the iPhone 8+ 256 gb and it’s great and it also cost around $1000 USD. Yeah, it’s pricey but for me it’s my main device for everything and pretty much replaced my laptop. I am a marketing guy who is always out of the office and my phone is my tool for success which makes the price feel not so painful. Not to mention our company reimbursement is at 50% of actual cost, including accessories. ?

  3. Think about this guys once a company feeds off of hype the sales just fall off. Take Nike and air Jordan sneakers for example it was hot for a little but then they jacked up the prices and now Jordans and nikes sit in store … ??‍♂️ Apple should of just waited or something to get it right not just off of hype and try to up sell na … good luck Apple!