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ComputerWorldOct 23, 2020
Should IT buy the new iPhone 12 Pro? Almost certainly not
Reviewing all of the material Apple released about its iPhone 12 Pro line, it's clear that Apple has some of the best marketing talent anywhere. But when it comes to whether enterprise IT should consider buying these phones — for those operations where BYOD hasn't already alleviated the need to buy phones — it doesn't make sense.

Apple's great at making something irrelevant sound fantastic and a must-have feature. The biggest bogus claim for this year's rollout involves greater network speeds in the form of 5G support. Others have done a wonderful job of debunking that claim. The upshot of the 5G problem is that the 5G infrastructure simply doesn't exist yet in any meaningful way. That means the carriers can't deliver better speeds for almost all interaction points.

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PC World Latest NewsOct 19, 2020
The Pixel 5 is Google's smartest phone since the Nexus 5
When Google unveiled the Pixel 5 alongside the Pixel 4a 5G at its Launch Night In event on September 30, I was perplexed. On paper and in pictures, the $699 Pixel 5 made little sense compared to the $499 Pixel 4a 5G, not to mention the Pixel 4 XL.  I struggled to understand why Google made a smaller phone with very similar specs for more money.

I might have been a little hasty. After spending a few days testing the Pixel 5 alongside the Pixel 4a 5G, Google's game plan is a whole lot clearer. I'm still not convinced Google needs two 5G phones in its lineup—and I'd like the Pixel 5 a whole lot more if it were $100 cheaper—but I'm no longer sure the Pixel 5 is the superfluous model. The Pixel 4a 5G may seem like a no-brainer purchase for $200 less than the Pixel 5, but the difference between the two phones is a lot bigger than a couple of gigs of RAM and some aluminum.

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