OnePlus 6T Price And Configurations Revealed In New Leak

A new leak has surfaced online today which claims to reveal the OnePlus 6T price and configurations. The upcoming handset will apparently have a higher base price than its predecessors and will be available in three configurations. OnePlus hasn’t officially confirmed the pricing details for this device, though.

The leak originates from India with local pricing for the device. A simple conversion gives us a rough idea of the price range to expect for this device. The base model may start at over $510 and the price could go all the way up to ~$610 for the top-of-the-line model.

The three configurations that may be offered for this device will feature 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, 8GB RAM and 128GB storage as well as 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. The prices are likely higher than the OnePlus 6T’s predecessors owing to a new distribution strategy by the company aside from the cost of the technology improvements.

OnePlus 6T is the company’s first device to ship with a display-based fingerprint sensor. It has confirmed that already. It’s also not going to feature a 3.5mm headphone jack. OnePlus has confirmed that the device will come with Android Pie out of the box. It will be officially unveiled on October 31st.

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Meet the people building their own sex toys

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MIT AI learns to spot breast cancer risk factor like an expert

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Give this person who made an 8-bit Mario jack-o’-lantern infinite coins


Nintendo’s icon and star, Mario, just got the best Halloween tribute ever.  

A jack-o’-lantern that was carved in the shape of an 8-bit Mario back in his 2D days has circulated around Reddit. The carving is extremely detailed, and it nails the exact pixelated look of the character.

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Reddittor WobWobRob posted a photo of their jack-o’-lantern on r/gaming where it was praised by the community. Quite honestly, it’s a really incredible work of art.

The work that went into carving the pumpkin is nothing to scoff at either. The creator explained that they had used a “pixelated grid” in order to accurately carve the correct amount of depth for certain parts of Mario’s body. Read more…

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Five iOS Apps Worth Checking Out – October 2018

On our MacRumors YouTube channel, we have an ongoing video series that’s designed to highlight new, interesting, and useful iOS apps that we think are worth downloading and checking out.

There are so many apps in the iOS App Store that it can be hard to find new apps and it’s also easy to overlook great apps that are a bit older. Our app lists include both new and old apps that we recommend and have personally tested out.

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  • Grimvalor ($5.99) – We like to include at least one game in our iOS app roundups, and this month’s recommendation is Grimvalor, from the team that developed popular game Swordigo. GrimValor is a traditional hack n’ slash platformer with solid virtual controls, great graphics, and plenty of content to get through. As with most games of this type, the idea is to fight monsters, explore dungeons, and gather loot to progress through the story. Grimvalor costs $5.99, and there are no additional in-app purchases.
  • Habitica (Free) – Habitica is an app that uses gamification to motivate you to adhere to desired habits and reach goals by letting you level up a character by accomplishing a series of user-defined tasks. It’s basically a to-do list that comes with a custom avatar that levels up as you finish what you’re working on. You can fight monsters, unlock armor, pets, and skills, and complete quests by meeting your goals. Habitica is free to download, but there are optional in-app subscriptions for unlocking features.
  • Sorted (Free) – Sorted is a task management app that’s designed to let you schedule events, tasks, and notes into a timeline, with a built-in feature that creates a full daily schedule for you. Sorted has flexible controls for scheduling, with options for folders, lists, and tags for organization. Sorted is free to download, but unlocking all of its features costs $14.99.
  • Sip (Free) – Sip News, an app from Product Hunt, is designed to deliver news in an easily digestible format. You see one news headline at a time in the app, and you can tap on either side of the screen to scroll through the relevant details of the story. Sip sends you a notification whenever it has something that might be of interest, and there’s also a repository of older news stories for you to look through.
  • Entale (Free) – Entale is a unique podcasts app that’s designed to pull you further into audio stories by adding pictures, links, quotes, and more to a medium that’s traditionally limited to the spoken word. It’s a neat way to get additional reference information on the content discussed in your favorite podcasts.

Have a favorite iOS app? Let us know down in the comments. We’re always looking for new iOS app ideas for this video series, and we’ll check out all of your recommendations. You can also check out our recommendations from previous months here, and don’t miss our similar Mac app series featuring some great Mac apps.

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