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Exclusive Offer: Get 15 Percent Off Pad & Quill Accessories for iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and Apple Watch

With holiday shopping in full swing, MacRumors has begun another exclusive partnership, this time with Pad Quill and focusing on the accessory company’s iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and Apple Watch product categories. If you’re interested, browse from Pad Quill’s accessories in any of these areas, add items to your cart, and then enter the promo code MR15 during checkout to get 15 percent off your order. The code expires on Thursday, December 21 at midnight.

If multiple items are in your cart, the code will take 15 percent off the total cost of your order for all relevant products. The code excludes items from Pad Quill’s leather bags and wallet accessories categories (note that this covers any bags and portfolios within the MacBook category).

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Pad Quill. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

Pad Quill is focused on creating high-quality leather and wooden accessories, many of which MacRumors has reviewed over the years. These include the Classic Apple Watch Band, Lowry Cuff for Apple Watch, Timber Catchall and Timber Nightstand for Apple Watch, and Oxford Case for iPad Pro.

These products and more can now be purchased at a discount with our exclusive offer, so we’ve listed a few below to give you an idea of the savings you can get if you take advantage of the promo code.

Make sure to visit Pad Quill and browse these items — and many more — to place your order before December 21, when the exclusive promo code will expire. Pad Quill offers free shipping that typically estimates a delivery window of between 2-4 business days after you place the order, but factors like color combinations for certain products can affect delivery dates.


Also of note is a separate offer from Pad Quill — which can not be stacked with our exclusive code — aimed at anyone thinking about spending over $125 on the company’s online store this holiday. If you spend $125 or more on an order at Pad Quill, the company will email you a $25 special gift code for you to use — or gift — on your next order. Purchases over $250 get a $50 code and purchases over $400 get a $100 code. This offer lasts until December 17, and any code you receive has to be redeemed before January 31, 2018.

For other sales and exclusive promotions — including our ongoing 15 percent discount on full-priced Nomad accessories — head over to the full MacRumors Deals Roundup.

CRN Exclusive: Channel Chief Veteran Dunsire Named President Of Arlington Computer Products

Scott Dunsire, a 25-year channel chief veteran who was named one of the top five sales leaders in 2017 by CRN, is taking a job as president of Midwest solution provider powerhouse Arlington Computer Products.

Dunsire, who for the past decade has driven robust channel sales growth at both Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP, takes the helm with the Buffalo Grove, Ill., company on the march to double sales over the next three years.

Dunsire, a highly respected channel veteran who has been a  fixture on CRN’s annual Most Influential Channel Chiefs list, said he was attracted to the job by the no-holds-barred “customer-first” culture put in place by ACP CEO Arly Guenther.

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“The relationships that Arly and the team have built with customers are unbelievable,” said Dunsire, who has followed the rise of the 33-year-old ACP from a catalog product provider into an award-winning CRN Tech Elite 250 enterprise solution provider. “What attracted me to ACP is the great culture. ACP has been delivering for customers for over 30 years. That says a lot about the culture that Arly has built. It is a customer-first culture. It is all about making sure you do whatever you have to in order to keep customers happy. Everything starts with meeting the needs of the customer.”

Dunsire said he is looking forward to spending a lot of time over the next 30 days meeting with customers, ACP employees, and vendor and distribution partners. “I am going to spend a lot of time listening to understand what do we do well and what do we need to do more of,” he said. “This has been a very successful reseller for over 30 years. I am not here to change the world. I am here to enhance and improve upon the great things that ACP has already done.”

While at HPE, Dunsire was credited for delivering across-the-board improvements and stepped-up commitment in every channel segment. Before his role at HPE, he was vice president and general manager of U.S. Channels and SMB Printing and Personal Systems for HP, and a vice president of U.S. Business Channels for Lexmark.

Dunsire said his more than 25 years driving channel sales with partners of all sizes has provided him with the skills to move to the other side of the fence overseeing the day-to-day sales and operations of a $100 million solution provider business. “I have spent so much time in the channel working with different partners that I know what works and what doesn’t work,” he said. “I am indebted to HPE and HP for the opportunities that they gave me that prepared me for this job. It’s a team sport. I am looking forward to leveraging my connections and contacts in both the vendor and distribution communities.”

Dunsire takes over day-to-day responsibilities as ACP is making significant investments to drive the business into the cloud era. “We are going to focus first and foremost on growing the business organically through practice areas like security, managed and professional services, cloud and device as a service,” he said.

With top-tier partnerships with HPE, HP, Dell EMC, VMware, Cisco and Palo Alto Networks, Dunsire said vendor engagement and distribution partnerships will be key to the company’s growth. “Bringing new technologies to customers in conjunction with vendors and distributors is one area I will focus on,” he said. “We are going to look at services and what we can do with distribution to be more efficient.”

ACP will also double down on vendor strategic account planning and engagement with vendor end-user sales teams and top executives, said Dunsire. “Targeting the right set of vendors to work with that fits our skill set allows us to bring the right solutions to our customers,” he said. “This is about bringing discipline to the process. Making sure we have a more holistic approach to how we measure the relationships with vendors and customers is an area I am going to focus on. There has to be a cadence.”

AP Exclusive: Poor health and high expectations for Medicaid

People on Medicaid are more prone to smoke, struggle with depression and obesity, or rate their own health as fair or poor. But that’s not the whole story.

A new study suggests that low-income Medicaid recipients are also invested in their health, with 4 out of 5 saying they have a personal doctor, 3 out of 5 saying they eat healthy, and nearly half saying they exercise frequently.

Experts say the analysis for The Associated Press by the Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index indicates that Medicaid could gain by putting more emphasis on prevention, and stressing better coordination of care. Such strategies are already employed by many workplace health plans and by Medicare.

Call it Medicaid’s health care challenge.

A federal-state program originally envisioned as a safety net for poor families and severely disabled people, Medicaid has grown to cover about 1 in 5 Americans, at a total cost of about $600 billion annually. In states that expanded Medicaid under former President Barack Obama’s health law, it’s become the insurer for many low-income working adults. The Trump administration tried to unravel Obama’s expansion, but top officials have also said they want to work to better the health of Medicaid beneficiaries, not just pay medical bills.

“We now have emerging evidence in Medicare and commercial insurance of how care coordination and prevention can help patients with chronic conditions avoid costly hospitalizations and ER visits,” said Kavita Patel, a policy expert at the Brookings Institution who’s also a practicing physician. “This really should become the standard across Medicaid programs.”

In small town Stuttgart, Ark., Vickie Rose says Medicaid coverage is helping her try to quit smoking for good, which would entail shutting down a decades-long habit that once reached three packs a day.

“I’m not going to be able to stay out of hospitals if I don’t take matters into my own hands,” said Rose, who’s in her early 60s and has worked jobs from factory supervisor, to retail, to staffing an animal shelter. Sometimes she travels 20 miles to the Mid-Delta community health center in neighboring Clarendon for smoking cessation meetings.

“Instead of waiting on everyone else, this time I’m going to do it for myself,” said Rose.

Thirty-six percent of Medicaid recipients said they smoked in the Gallup-Sharecare study, compared to 13 percent of those with employer or union health insurance, and 16 percent of Medicare beneficiaries.

The Gallup-Sharecare survey interviews about 500 people a day on health care issues, yielding a trove of data. The new analysis for AP compared health indicators among people with different types of coverage.

In other findings:

— Twenty-five percent of Medicaid beneficiaries said they are currently suffering from depression, compared with 7 percent of those with employer coverage.

— Forty percent of people with Medicaid said they were in fair or poor health, compared with 11 percent of those in employer plans and 31 percent of those on Medicare.

— Thirty-six percent of Medicaid beneficiaries said they are obese, compared with 28 percent of people in employer plans, and 30 percent of those with Medicare.

Still, survey director Dan Witters said that’s only half the story.

“Just because they smoke more, doesn’t mean that they don’t have an interest in their health,” Witters said of those with Medicaid. “Their interest in their health is generally just as high as it is for other groups…although I think they are swimming upstream.”

Having a low income has long been associated with poor health, but Witters said on questions such as exercise frequency, eating healthy, and eating fruits and vegetables, the answers from Medicaid recipients generally tracked those of people with workplace coverage.

In one counter-intuitive finding, 81 percent of Medicaid recipients said they had a personal doctor, about the same as 83 percent of those on employer plans. Because Medicaid pays less than private insurance or Medicare, a longstanding criticism is that beneficiaries might not be able to find a doctor who’ll see them. But most states now contract with private insurers to administer their programs, and those insurers must provide a physician network.

In theory the networks used by Medicaid insurers could also serve to promote prevention and care coordination, but Matt Salo, head of the National Association of Medicaid Directors, cautioned against a cut-and-paste approach that grafts on strategies used by employers.

“The Medicaid population is not just an employer population with less income,” said Salo. “It is people who have health conditions.”

Salo said he was struck by the high rates of depression in the survey. “Depression is inextricably linked to physical health and the ability to engage effectively in the work force,” he said.

Some states are trying to get ahead of the health challenges of their Medicaid beneficiaries. In Michigan, for example, people covered by expanded Medicaid complete an annual health assessment, somewhat similar to workplace wellness programs.

“We’ve got some figuring out to do,” Salo said.

The Gallup-Sharecare results are based on telephone interviews conducted Jan. 2-Nov. 5, with a random sample of 147,465 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and Washington. D.C.

For the total sample of national adults, the margin of sampling error is plus or minus 1 percentage point. For Medicaid recipients, the margin of sampling error is plus or minus 1.6 percentage points.

Suzanne Somers reveals her secrets to health, sex and marriage (Exclusive)

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Suzanne Somers has still got it!

At 71, the actress hasn’t looked better — and that’s not even the half of it. Somers invited ET into her luxe Malibu, California, home, where she dished to Keltie Knight about her new book, Two’s Company: A Fifty-Year Romance With Lessons Learned in Love, Life Business, and revealed how how she manages to do it all. 

Check out the secrets to living life the Somers way. 

1. Take Vitamins — a Lot of Them. 

“[I take] maybe 60 vitamins a day,” Somers reveals while giving ET a tour of her kitchen. “You know, I’m in optimal health, so whatever it takes.” 

Among the actress’ supplements are hydrochloric acid and digested enzymes, which she uses to help digest her food after going through radiation to treat breast cancer in 2000. One thing you won’t see her taking, however, is aspirin. 

“I don’t take any drugs at all, nothing…I don’t have a medicine cabinet. Neither of us do,” she says of herself and husband Alan Hamel. “I don’t say that I’m doing it the right way, but there are two ways to do this whole thing about health and aging. So I’m doing it that way.”

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2. Stay Away From Hard Alcohol, Unless It’s Tequila. 

“I never had a hard liquor drink until two years ago, because I come from a long line of alcoholics, and I was always afraid of it,” Somers confesses. “I would drink a little wine, but I noticed wine was making me fat, [so] my kids said, ‘Drink tequila.'” 

“I said, ‘I don’t drink hard liquor.’ [They said], ‘Oh, try it,'” she recalls. “And I liked it.”

3. Get Kinky. 

“We sit here at night and listen to music and pretend we have our trio in the other room. And we talk and dance and it’s nice. Life is good,” Somers says of her and Hamel’s nightly routine. “Whatever happens [happens].” 

“We’ve never gotten to the couch, have we?” she asks her husband, before turning to a place she and Hamel definitely have gotten busy. “The bar, which we found sort of kinky.”

4. Practice Yoga Every Other Day. 

“I will do yoga till I die. I do it every other day,” Somers says. “My yoga teacher comes and we do it here…And I use the Thighmaster religiously. So much so I was noticing that I worn off the thingy.” 

The blonde beauty has another secret weapon for her backside. 

“The Buttmaster is incredible. You have to put this on and you can do the Buttmaster and the Thighmaster. It’s very SM-looking, but I mean, it really works,” she shares. “It’s like, ‘Wow.’ While I’m doing this, I’m working my core also.”

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5. Try Not to Spend Too Much Time Away From Your Significant Other. 

“We are together 24/7, and we haven’t spent one night apart in over 37 years,” Hamel reveals. “It works for us.” 

“I never get tired of him,” Somers adds. 

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6. Stick It Out Through the Tough Times. 

Somers and Hamel have been together nearly 50 years, but that doesn’t mean it was all sunshine and rainbows. In fact, the two considered breaking up just after moving in together in Santa Monica, and say the first 10 years of their relationship were the hardest.

“We were fighting… but we didn’t know what we were fighting over,” Somers says. “We were fighting over control and power and all those things, and children’s feelings, and the great news is that we worked it out.” 

Two’s Company: A Fifty-Year Romance With Lessons Learned in Love, Life Business is available online and in bookstores now. 

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Exclusive: CVS eyes major expansion of health clinics with Aetna deal – sources

NEW YORK (Reuters) – CVS Health Corp (CVS.N) is planning to significantly expand health services at its retail pharmacies if it completes a more than $66 billion deal for insurer Aetna Inc (AET.N), a move that could save more than $1 billion annually, people familiar with the matter said.

A key rationale is to use many of the U.S. pharmacy chain’s 9,700 brick-and-mortar outlets to improve access to preventative care and cut back on some emergency room visits for Aetna’s roughly 23 million members with medical coverage, these people said.

The full benefits of the strategy will take several years to realize, requiring billions of dollars in investment to increase the number of CVS clinics and provide the staff and equipment for a wider variety of treatments, the people said.

Those funds would be diverted from planned investments in CVS retail facilities, and not amount to additional expenses, they said.

Deal talks between the companies are still underway, and an agreement could be announced as early as Sunday or Monday, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. It is also possible that a deal is delayed or does not materialize, they said.

Health insurers have redoubled their efforts to cut costs in a time of steep prescription drug price rises and requirements to care for even the sickest patients under the Affordable Care Act.

Aetna last year tried to buy rival Humana Inc (HUM.N) to gain more leverage over costs, but that transaction, as well as a proposed merger between Anthem Inc (ANTM.N) and Cigna Corp (CI.N), was shot down by antitrust regulators.

Many insurers have already been encouraging patients to use urgent care centers, which can provide some of the same services as emergency rooms for as little as a tenth of the cost, said Laurel Stoimenoff, chief executive of the Urgent Care Association of America.

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The industry has grown to about 8,000 urgent care centers nationwide, as more hospitals, insurers and private operators open such walk-in facilities, Stoimenoff said, with 400 to 500 centers added each year. They may be staffed by doctors and provide relatively advanced care including X-rays.

CVS operates more than 1,000 MinuteClinics, which offer more basic services ranging from flu shots to physicals and are mainly staffed by nurse practitioners.

Combined with Aetna, the company would be able to seamlessly access medical records, offer certain preventive services to covered members for free and make drugs promptly available in adjacent CVS pharmacies, said Dan Mendelson, president of consultancy Avalere Health.

The in-store clinics could provide immunizations, check if a patient needs antibiotics, help manage chronic illnesses like diabetes or even administer medications by infusion, but are unlikely to offer acute treatment of serious injuries, healthcare experts said.

“It would probably be unsettling to people coming in to buy socks to have someone with a bleeding head come in for stitches,” said Greg Burke of the United Hospital Fund, a non-profit focused on improving healthcare in New York.

Expanding the clinics could eventually save the combined company more than $1 billion annually by substituting low-cost treatments in CVS stores for more expensive hospital visits, two people familiar with the matter said. The combined net income of Aetna and CVS is forecast to be about $9.25 billion in 2017, according to Thomson Reuters data.

Aetna competitor UnitedHealth Group Inc (UNH.N) operates 230 MedExpress urgent care centers in 17 states in one of its fastest-growing divisions, with nearly 20 percent compounded revenue growth per year.

For CVS, which has seen non-pharmacy sales decline at its stores, the clinics could have the added benefit of bringing in new customers and providing alternatives for less productive retail space.

“It’s a tough retail environment. I think they’re going to devote less space to it and more to different healthcare services and clinics,” said Jeff Jonas, a portfolio manager at Gabelli Funds which owns shares in Aetna and CVS.

Reporting by Carl O’Donnell, Bill Berkrot and Caroline Humer; Editing by Michele Gershberg and Meredith Mazzilli

EXCLUSIVE: Brooklyn man says iPhone 6 exploded in his hands – WABC

The iPhone X might be the “hottest” phone out there, but it’s got nothing on this iPhone 6.

Speaking exclusively to Eyewitness News, Abd Ghaith says he was texting a friend when it suddenly blew up in his hands.

“I received a message. I answered the message. I put the phone on the charger and then as I’m holding the phone it started like a little smoke coming out of the left side of the phone. And then when I pulled the case back to see what it was the phone literally just exploded,” Ghaith said.

It happened Friday morning at his grocery store in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn.

He says all of a sudden the screen went black, and then it got so hot, he says it charred his thumb.

He says the phone was so hot it burned a mark into the floor after he dropped it.

Ghaith says the phone was smoking for 20 more minutes.

He says all he’s looking for is a replacement phone, at no cost.

“My biggest concern is I’m happy it was a text message and not a call. Because if I had it to my ear and it happened it probably would have burned off my face,” Ghaith said.

In a statement an Apple spokesperson says, “Apple takes customer care and their safety very seriously. We will analyze the device.”

Exclusive: US health regulator Verma eyes new methods for drug pricing

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. government is considering setting new payment methods aimed at curbing costs for Medicare and Medicaid coverage of breakthrough medical treatments with very high prices, particularly novel gene-based therapies for cancer and other diseases, a top health official said on Thursday.

Seema Verma, head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), made the comments in an interview with Reuters on the sidelines of the Forbes Healthcare Summit in New York.

CMS, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), spends hundreds of billions of dollars annually on medicines for seniors, disabled people and low-income households through the huge Medicare and Medicaid programs. CMS does not negotiate prices or purchase drugs, but sets ground rules for the managed care companies and state Medicaid agencies that do.

“We are trying to do whatever we can to increase competition and give the (health insurance) plans more tools so that they can be better negotiators on our behalf,” Verma said.

Roughly 125 million Americans are covered by Medicare and Medicaid.

The United States is the world’s most expensive market for prescription drugs. Government agencies and private sector companies are struggling to cover the costs of new medicines that have made the most progress to date in treating cancer and rare genetic disorders, some with annual price tags of nearly $500,000.

Verma said one model under consideration was paying different prices for a single drug based on its success treating a particular condition, such as paying more for a therapy that works better for breast cancer than it does for lung cancer or liver cancer.

A second method would be to extend the payment of an extremely expensive medicine over a longer time-frame, rather than immediately after it is given to a patient, Verma added, saying both are being tested by private sector pharmacy benefit managers.

That approach could be particularly useful for gene-based therapies aimed at small patient populations, she said. One such treatment expected to be approved by early next year is Spark Therapeutics’ (ONCE.O) therapy for a genetic mutation that causes blindness in around 1,000 to 2,000 patients. Some industry experts expect it to carry a list price of as much as $1 million.

Earlier this year, drugmaker Novartis (NOVN.S) said it reached an agreement with CMS over its revolutionary new blood cancer drug Kymriah, which has a list price of $475,000. Novartis is paid based on the outcomes achieved among pediatric and young adult leukemia patients by the end of the first month.

A similar treatment that harnesses the immune system’s CAR-T cells from Gilead Sciences Inc’s (GILD.O) Kite Pharma unit was approved last month and costs $373,000. Other companies including Juno Therapeutics (JUNO.O) and BlueBird Bio (BLUE.O) have similar treatments in advanced clinical trials, all of which aim to cure the disease with a one-time treatment.

President Donald Trump has promised to curb drug costs, but little concrete action has been taken so far. CMS has begun seeking information from insurance plans and drug companies as it considers possible changes, Verma said.

Alex Azar, Trump’s nominee for HHS secretary, on Wednesday promised to address drug prices if confirmed to the job, where he would be Verma’s boss.

Some Democratic and Republican lawmakers, as well as healthcare experts, have urged Congress to enact new laws allowing the government to negotiate drug prices directly with manufacturers. In the meantime, Verma is focusing on what she is already authorized to do.

“We are trying to do whatever we can within the regulatory structure,” she said.

Reporting by Caroline Humer; Editing by Michele Gershberg and Will Dunham

Exclusive broadband deal: the UK’s cheapest internet, one year for only £140

Here it is – the cheapest way you can currently get the internet in the UK. If you begrudge spending a penny more than you have to for home broadband, then this is the deal for you. And it’s exclusive to TechRadar readers.

For the next 10 days, you can sign up for this unprecedented low price for a year’s worth of Origin broadband. Pay £139.99 upfront and get unlimited home internet for a year, with no bills to pay whatsoever. That’s the equivalent of a mere £11.67 per month, which is over £7 a month cheaper than any other broadband deals right now – a massive £87 saving over the course of the year!

Keep reading for more information about this incredible exclusive offer for your new broadband package. And if the thought of splashing out all at once for your internet doesn’t appeal, we have some pay monthly cheap broadband options that may suit you instead.

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ASUS ZenFone V Live Android smartphone is beautiful, affordable, and exclusive to Verizon

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Apple is selling the $1,000 iPhone X nowadays, and yeah, there is a place for it. Shockingly, when the “X” first came out, people were not only willing to pay a high premium for Apple’s latest, but they waited in line to do so. Think about that — queuing up to part with a grand! If you have that kind of money, more power to you, but I know a lot of people are hurting financially out there — the iPhone X is simply not achievable for them.

If you don’t have a lot of money, do not worry — you can still get a quality smartphone for much less. You can opt for an older iPhone model, or if you are particularly low on cash, choose Android. Google’s operating system powers many affordable devices, and now, ASUS unveils a very intriguing model that is exclusive to Verizon. The “ZenFone V Live,” as it is called, has respectable specifications, looks great, and best of all, it costs an insanely low $168.

“The ASUS ZenFone V Live comes in a 16GB/2GB configuration and runs Android 7.1.1. It features a 5-inch 1280×720 HD display for 294 PPI with a 75-percent screen-to-body ratio. The Snapdragon 425 platform ensures that the ZenFone V Live’s 3000mAh battery provides multi-day battery life while also providing smooth performance when browsing the web and streaming videos. The ZenFone V includes premium features, such as a metal body design, curved glass and a quick fingerprint reader. It also includes a USB Type-C port, providing compatibility with the latest devices and accessories, and a SIM tray with a secondary spot for a micro-SD card of up to 128GB,” says ASUS.

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The company also says, “The ZenFone V Live features a rear 13MP camera that provides class-leading low light performance and a 5MP front facing camera capable of clear and detailed livestreaming on Verizon’s lightning fast LTE network. The built-in Live Beautification for Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube make it extra easy to get the perfect look by offering options to adjust and control facial features, complexion and skin blemishes. The ASUS PixelMaster camera features low-light, beautification, super resolution, children, depth-of-field, panorama, slow motion and time-lapse modes for a multitude of ways to capture and share meaningful experiences.”

ASUS shares the following specifications.

I know what you are thinking — this ASUS ZenFone V Live Android smartphone doesn’t compare at all to the iPhone X. Yeah, you would be right. Heck, it doesn’t even compare to the older iPhone 6, 6s, or 7. But those Apple devices can’t be had for a total of $168 either. Sure, the 720p display is hardly top of the line, and the processor isn’t a speed demon, but overall, it will run all your favorite apps just fine.

If you want to buy your own ASUS ZenFone V Live, you can order it here. If you don’t even have $168, you may still be in luck. Verizon could let you finance it for $7/month for two years — interest free. With that said, even if you do have the money to buy it up front, you might as well finance it — without interest, it is essentially “free money.”

How to Get the iPhone X’s Exclusive New Ringtone on Your Older iPhone

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One of the many ways Apple sets its smartphones apart from the herd is with special ringtones, dating back to the original iPhone and its iconic Marimba melody. The iPhone X is no different. It features an exclusive default ringtone called “Reflection,” so that everyone around you will know that you shelled out for the pricey new gadget as soon as it starts to ring.

If you’re looking to status signal without dropping $1,000 (or just really like the way “Reflection” sounds), there’s a way to get the new ringtone on your current iPhone right now for free. Here’s how to do it (courtesy of Gadget Hacks).

How to Install the iPhone X Ringtone on an Old iPhone

Before we get started, it’s probably worth listening to Reflection for yourself to decide if it’s actually worth the effort. Here’s what it sounds like:

Still interested? Great. The first thing you’ll need to do is download the Reflection audio file onto a Mac or PC. You can grab the ringtone from MediaFire right here.

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Next, connect your iPhone to that computer via USB and launch iTunes. Then open the folder with your downloaded copy of Reflection and drag the file into iTunes. Drop it in the left side of the window under Tones, which should show up below your iPhone’s name.

Once that’s done, pick up your iPhone and head into Settings. Tap on “Sound Haptics” and then “Ringtone.” You should see a new option titled “Reflection.” Select that, and you’re all finished. Now see if you can fool a few people into thinking you have an iPhone X.

How to Get the iPhone X’s Exclusive New Ringtone on Your Older …

4005a_hbc9gkq8svviom9ytqyd How to Get the iPhone X's Exclusive New Ringtone on Your Older ...

One of the many ways Apple sets its smartphones apart from the herd is with special ringtones, dating back to the original iPhone and its iconic Marimba melody. The iPhone X is no different. It features an exclusive default ringtone called “Reflection,” so that everyone around you will know that you shelled out for the pricey new gadget as soon as it starts to ring.

If you’re looking to status signal without dropping $1,000 (or just really like the way “Reflection” sounds), there’s a way to get the new ringtone on your current iPhone right now for free. Here’s how to do it (courtesy of Gadget Hacks).

How to Install the iPhone X Ringtone on an Old iPhone

Before we get started, it’s probably worth listening to Reflection for yourself to decide if it’s actually worth the effort. Here’s what it sounds like:

Still interested? Great. The first thing you’ll need to do is download the Reflection audio file onto a Mac or PC. You can grab the ringtone from MediaFire right here.

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Next, connect your iPhone to that computer via USB and launch iTunes. Then open the folder with your downloaded copy of Reflection and drag the file into iTunes. Drop it in the left side of the window under Tones, which should show up below your iPhone’s name.

Once that’s done, pick up your iPhone and head into Settings. Tap on “Sound Haptics” and then “Ringtone.” You should see a new option titled “Reflection.” Select that, and you’re all finished. Now see if you can fool a few people into thinking you have an iPhone X.

The iPhone X features a new, exclusive, default ringtone: ‘Reflection’

One small nicety included with the iPhone X is a new ringtone called ‘Reflection’. Until now, every iPhone has defaulted to the ‘Opening’ ringtone since iOS 7.

‘Reflection’ is not only exclusive, but the default for fresh iPhone X setups. We’ve embedded it below so you can listen to it ahead of the phone’s release …


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Whilst ‘Reflection’ replaces ‘Opening’ as the default, ‘Opening’ is still available in the Sound settings so you can switch back to it (or any other ringtone) if you want.

Change ringtones on any iPhone by opening the Settings app and navigating to the  Sounds – Ringtone pane.

Even the 2007 original iPhone ringtone, ‘Marimba’, is still offered for those who have gotten used to it. This is the first time Apple has launched a ringtone as an exclusive ‘feature’ of a new iPhone model.

If you restore from an iCloud backup, your current ringtone settings will be preserved, so your ringtone won’t change out of the box. You can of course go into the preferences and select the new ‘Reflection’ tone if you want to try it out.

iPhone X launches this Friday, November 3. We’ve dug the sound file out of the firmware so you can listen below before you get the phone in your hands:

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A Washington, D.C. federal grand jury has approved the first charges in the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, CNN reports.

Why it matters: Any charges would be the first public disclosure of the results of Mueller’s investigation. CNN reports “[p]lans were prepared Friday for anyone charged to be taken into custody as soon as Monday.”

LG G6, G6+, Q6, and X Charge join Amazon Prime Exclusive at discounted prices

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Amazon first dabbled in Prime-exclusive phones with the Moto G4 and Blu R1 HD back in June of 2016. Since then, the online retail giant has only expanded on that lineup, which now includes the Moto E4, Moto G5 Plus, Nokia 6, and even the Moto X4, just to name a few.

Whether Prime-exclusive phones are an actual bargain is a different question that depends on a few things, but one thing is for certain: they help push Amazon’s services into the hands of the cost-conscious. The lineup will only become more enticing, however, with the latest entrants being the LG G6, LG G6 Plus, LG Q6, and LG X Charge.

The headliners are the G6 (See at Amazon) and G6+ (See at Amazon), with both phones rocking 5.7-inch QHD displays with 18:9 aspect ratio, dual 13 MP rear cameras, Qualcomm’s still-powerful Snapdragon 821 chipset, and 4 GB of RAM. The G6+ contains a few niceties over the G6, such as 128 GB versus 32 GB of internal storage and a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC. (See the LG G6 Prime Exclusive 

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Moving on to the midrange offering of the bunch, the Q6 (See at Amazon) features a 5.5-inch FHD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio, 13 MP main camera, and 5 MP selfie shooter. Under the hood, you will find Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 435 chipset and 3 GB of RAM, with the 32 GB of storage expandable by up to an additional 2 TB through the microSD card slot.

Finally, the X Charge (See at Amazon) might be the low-end option out of all four, but its huge 4,500 mAh battery makes the phone relevant for those not wanting to worry about battery life. Elsewhere, the X Charge rocks a 5.5-inch HD display, 13 MP main camera, 5 MP selfie camera, and 1.5 GHz octa-core chipset.

It’s certainly nice to see the G6 Plus as part of Amazon’s Prime-exclusive phone lineup, since there was no previous indication of the phone making its way to the US. It’s also nice to see more flagship-level devices as part of that lineup, which could indicate we will see other such phones as time passes.

For now, the G6, G6 Plus, Q6, and X Charge will be available for $400, $500, $230, and $150, respectively. Keep in mind that only Prime members will get these prices, with all four aforementioned phones available for pre-order today.

Exclusive: Trump to declare public health emergency for opioids, a partial measure to fight drug epidemic

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U.S. President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic a national emergency on Thursday and said his administration was drafting papers to make it official.
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WASHINGTON — President Trump will order his health secretary to declare the opioid crisis a public health emergency Thursday — but will stop short of declaring a more sweeping state of national emergency, aides said.

In an address from the White House, Trump will also try to rally the nation to a growing epidemic that claimed 64,000 American lives last year, and will advocate for a sustained national effort to end to the addiction crisis. 

“Drug demand and opioid misuse is the crisis next door,” said Kellyanne Conway, a senior counselor to the president, previewing the tone of Trump’s speech Wednesday. “This is no longer someone else’s co-worker, someone else’s community, someone else’s kid. Drug use knows no geographic boundaries or demographic differences.”

To respond to that crisis, Trump will sign a presidential memorandum ordering Acting Secretary of Health and Human Services Eric Hargan to waive regulations and give states more flexibility in how they use federal funds, said four senior officials responsible for crafting the administration’s new opioid policy. The officials previewed the action to USA TODAY on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak ahead of the president’s announcement. 

Trump first promised to declare a national emergency to combat the crisis on Aug. 10, and repeated that pledge last week. Speaking to reporters on the south lawn of the White House Wednesday, Trump touted a “big meeting” on opioids, and said a national emergency “gives us power to do things that you can’t do right now.”

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But there’s a legal distinction between a public health emergency, which the secretary of Health can declare under the Public Health Services Act, and a presidential emergency under the National Emergencies Act.

The latter is what the president’s own opioid commission recommended in July. Declaring a state of national emergency would give the president even more power to waive privacy laws and Medicare regulations to increase the number of beds available to treat substance abuse. Those facilities are now limited to 16 beds.

James Hodge, a law professor at Arizona State University, said a “dual declaration” using both laws would make a larger difference, but that any emergency would be a welcome response to the crisis.

Trump’s decision to go with a more measured response, a public health emergency, demonstrates the complexity of an opioid crisis that continues to grow through an ever-evolving cycle of addiction, from prescription pain pills to illegal heroin to the lethal fentanyl.

But the legal powers Trump is invoking were designed for a short-term emergencies like disasters and infectious diseases. 

By law, a public health emergency can only last for 90 days, but can be renewed any number of times. There are 13 localized public health emergencies already in effect for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria and Nate, and the California wildfires. 

The opioid action would be the first public health emergency with a nationwide scope since a year-long emergency to prepare for the H1N1 influenza virus in 2009 and 2010.

Thursday’s designation would give the administration specific powers to marshal federal, state and private resources. Those emergency powers would: 

► Allow patients to get medically-assisted treatment for opioid addiction through telemedicine. Current law generally requires in-person visits for doctors to prescribe controlled substances. But for people in rural areas like Appalachia — where the opioid crisis has taken a particularly heavy toll — qualified doctors can often be hours away.

► Give states the ability to shift federal grant funds from a wide range of public health issues: HIV, diabetes, maternal care — temporarily to opioid treatment programs. 

“I think our general feeling is, that’s a good step, but it’s a temporary step, and it’s a transitional step,” said Jim Blumenstock, chief of health security for the Association of State and Territorial Health Officers. 

► Make Dislocated Worker Grants available to people with opioid addiction through the Department of Labor. Those grants are usually available to people put out of work by a natural disaster, but a public health emergency could also make those grants available to people in treatment. Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta told the opioid commission last week that pain and addiction sideline millions of American workers: Of men aged 25-54 not in workforce, 44% had taken a painkiller in the last day, according to the Council of Economic Advisers.

► Tap the Public Health Emergency Fund, a special fund that gives HHS maximum flexibility in a health crisis.

However, that fund has just $57,000 in it, said Bill Hall, a deputy assistant secretary of Health. The city of Middletown, Ohio could spend almost twice that this year on naloxone alone. Naloxone is a drug that can instantly reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.

Administration officials said the broader national emergency declaration was unnecessary because the government can clear some hurdles through lower-level action.

The Department of Health and Human Services expects to issue guidance soon emphasizing that health care providers can communicate with the families of overdose victims situations without running afoul of health privacy laws. HHS has also approved waivers to some Medicare regulations in four states, giving them the flexibility that a national emergency could have provided.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who chairs the president’s opioid commission, told USA TODAY that a public health emergency should put pressure on Congress to act.

“My view is that this action sends a clear signal from the president that he wants money appropriated into that fund,” he said. “And it gives Congress a place to go with that money to give the administration some flexibility to use it to be able to use it to deal with some of the most pressing parts of it.”

Christie’s top priority: Getting naloxone into the hands of every first responder in the country. “That will bend the curve back in terms of lost lives,” he said.

One administration official said there was no specific funding request that would accompany the emergency, and House and Senate appropriations committees said they hadn’t had any discussions with the administration on it.

Exclusive: Pfizer to launch consumer health sale in November – sources

LONDON (Reuters) – Pfizer (PFE.N) plans to kick off an auction process for its consumer healthcare business in November, paving the way for a potential $15 billion-plus sale of the headache pill to lip balm business, sources close to the matter told Reuters.

Several global companies, including GlaxoSmithKline (GSK.L) and Reckitt Benckiser (RB.L), have expressed interest in bidding for the unit, which had sales of about $3.4 billion in 2016.

The prospective sale, which is being led by Centerview Partners, Guggenheim Securities and Morgan Stanley (MS.N), was first mooted on Oct. 10, when Pfizer said it was considering strategic options for the unit.

But preliminary discussions with interested parties including Reckitt have already taken place, one of the sources said, adding the U.S. drugmaker wants to get the ball rolling before the end of this year.

GSK Chief Executive Emma Walmsley confirmed on Wednesday she would look “carefully” at the business.

Three people familiar with the situation said the British drugmaker had hired Citi (C.N) to represent it in the auction. GSK declined to comment while Citi was not immediately available.

Other possible bidders could include Procter Gamble (PG.N), Sanofi (SASY.PA), Johnson Johnson (JNJ.N) and Nestle (NESN.S), several sources said.

Pfizer plans to send out financial information about the consumer unit to prospective buyers in around three weeks time, one of the sources said.

The process is expected to heat up early next year as bids come in and a deal could be sealed around the middle of 2018, the source said.

Germany’s Merck KGaA (MRCG.DE) is also looking to divest its consumer health business and has hired JP Morgan (JPM.N) to sell the unit, best known for making Seven Seas vitamins.

Some banking and industry sources said Merck could put the divestment on hold since the sale, estimated to be worth around $4.5 billion, risked being eclipsed by the Pfizer auction.

One source said Pfizer believed keen competition would allow it to raise at least $20 billion from the sale of the business, whose well-known brands include painkiller Advil, Centrum multivitamins and lip balm Chapstick.

As aging populations and health-conscious consumers drive demand for self-medication, the consumer health sector has proved a fertile ground for deal-making in recent years.

But the industry remains fragmented and GSK’s Walmsley said she expected more merger activity, with GSK in a strong position to act as a “consolidator”.

Although consumer remedies sold over the counter have lower margins than prescription drugs, they are typically very long-lasting brands with loyal customers.

Pfizer Chief Executive Ian Read said he was considering the sale of consumer healthcare because it was not integral to the core prescription drug business and might be worth more outside the group.

GSK has taken a different view, opting to retain a diverse portfolio in which consumer health offers a hedge against riskier prescription drugs.

For Reckitt, meanwhile, over-the-counter medicines offer higher-margin growth than its household business. Chief Executive Rakesh Kapoor, who last week announced plans to separate Reckitt into health and home and hygiene divisions, said he would weigh a bid if Pfizer’s strategic review resulted in a sale.

Nestle could also enter the fight and use the Pfizer consumer business as a platform to expand the intersection of food and healthcare, sources said. The Swiss group has previously identified consumer healthcare as a sector of interest.

Reporting By Pamela Barbaglia; Editing by Susan Fenton

DirecTV to Launch Android TV-Based OTT Set-Top Box (EXCLUSIVE)

ATT’s DirecTV is getting ready to embrace internet-based content delivery beyond its DirecTV Now service: The company is about to introduce a new TV set-top box that’s based on Google’s Android TV platform and ditches satellite connectivity for over-the-top streaming, according to a new FCC filing.

The new device, which goes by the model number C71KW-400, is being described by these documents as “the new ATT/DirecTV Wireless 4K OTT Client.” A user manual published as part of the filings specifies that the device won’t be able to interact with any of DirecTV’s existing Genie hardware, and hints at a future hardware product called HS27.

Helpfully, the manual also supplies a definition of OTT as “the delivery of video via the internet directly into user-connected devices, allowing access to services anywhere, anytime, on any device.”


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The manual also reveals that the set-top will shop with a voice remote with integrated touch pad, and photos show that it has Ethernet, digital audio, HDMI and USB ports, but no antenna connectivity — meaning that any and all programming will indeed come over the internet.

The manual also reveals that the device is based on Google’s Android TV platform, and a screenshot shows images of Google’s YouTube and Google Play Movies services running on the device. There’s also access to Google’s Play store, which presumably means that consumers will be able to install Netflix, HBO Now, Hulu and other video apps as well.

ATT has long hinted at plans to eventually embrace online video delivery for its TV services, and the company has been selling its internet-based DirecTV Now service to consumers for about a year now. However, the new hardware doesn’t feature any DirecTV Now branding, but instead just uses the DirecTV brand. This means that  it will likely be made available to new or existing subscribers of ATTs or DirecTV’s traditional TV service.

There is no word when ATT is looking to ship this new hardware, or officially launch OTT-based video delivery. However, the timing of the filing suggests that the company may unveil the service soon, with CES 2018 being a likely venue for such an announcement.

ATT didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Exclusive: Leaked OnePlus 5T image shows off full-screen display …

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Rumors have been circulating lately regarding OnePlus’ upcoming flagship release, the OnePlus 5T. According to a few reports, the new device is slated to launch sometime in November, around the same time the OnePlus 3T came to market in 2016.

You might need to wait another month to get your hands on the 5T, but hopefully this image helps tide you over until then.

A new teaser image, given to Android Authority from a trusted source, gives us our best look yet at the OnePlus 5T. It doesn’t show off the entirety of the phone, though it does give us a better look at the display, bezels, and frame.

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There doesn’t look to be a front-facing fingerprint sensor below the display, as has been common on previous OnePlus devices. That’s likely due to the fact that the 5T is expected to feature a larger 6.0-inch 2,160 x 1,080 resolution display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. That’s a pretty nice step up from the OnePlus 5’s 5.5-inch 1080p 16:9 display. It’s worth noting that the image above makes it difficult to see whether this is an 18:9 display or not, however.

Aside from the display and the smaller bezels, we can see an aluminum frame and a bottom-firing speaker on the left side. That’s not too surprising, as the 5T will likely feature a similar chassis to that of the OnePlus 5, only with a display upgrade and a potentially larger battery.

That’s all we know about the OnePlus 5T for now, but we’re certainly excited to learn more about the upcoming flagship in the near future. Excited for the OnePlus 5T? Let us know in the comments.

Exclusive: Leaked OnePlus 5T image shows off full-screen display, smaller bezels

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Rumors have been circulating lately regarding OnePlus’ upcoming flagship release, the OnePlus 5T. According to a few reports, the new device is slated to launch sometime in November, around the same time the OnePlus 3T came to market in 2016.

You might need to wait another month to get your hands on the 5T, but hopefully this image helps tide you over until then.

A new teaser image, given to Android Authority from a trusted source, gives us our best look yet at the OnePlus 5T. It doesn’t show off the entirety of the phone, though it does give us a better look at the display, bezels, and frame.

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There doesn’t look to be a front-facing fingerprint sensor below the display, as has been common on previous OnePlus devices. That’s likely due to the fact that the 5T is expected to feature a larger 6.0-inch 2,160 x 1,080 resolution display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. That’s a pretty nice step up from the OnePlus 5’s 5.5-inch 1080p 16:9 display. It’s worth noting that the image above makes it difficult to see whether this is an 18:9 display or not, however.

Aside from the display and the smaller bezels, we can see an aluminum frame and a bottom-firing speaker on the left side. That’s not too surprising, as the 5T will likely feature a similar chassis to that of the OnePlus 5, only with a display upgrade and a potentially larger battery.

That’s all we know about the OnePlus 5T for now, but we’re certainly excited to learn more about the upcoming flagship in the near future. Excited for the OnePlus 5T? Let us know in the comments.

iPhone 7 Deal: Get £40 off the iPhone 7 with our exclusive promo code

Apple might be launching iPhones in 2017 like it’s going out of fashion, but that doesn’t mean you should overlook the oldies. Here’s an exclusive iPhone 7 deal on us that lands the phone in your pocket for a small and sweet sum.

The deal is a pay monthly contract with O2, and its full price at online retailer Mobiles.co.uk is £100 upfront with monthly payments of £29. Tap in our exclusive promo code TRIPH7JB at the checkout, however, and it’ll slice £40 off the upfront cost, bringing it down to just £60 upfront.

You get a 4G allowance of 3GB, which is fairly modest but should be more than adequate for day-to-day browsing when you find yourself far away from the warm and fuzzy glow of a Wi-Fi connection.

There’s a hearty allowance of unlimited calls and texts to keep you talking and, of course, you get the added assurance that you’re with one of the UK’s most trusted mobile networks.

Our exclusive voucher code TRIPH7JB is valid until Monday 23 October, so you need to move fast if you’re hankering for a cheap and easy upgrade.

Apple has just launched the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, with the 10th anniversary iPhone X arriving shortly, too. So why is now the time to opt for the iPhone 7?

Well, despite being a member of the class of 2016, the iPhone 7 still holds its own as a somewhat revolutionary smartphone. It was the first iPhone to make the controversial move of dropping the headphone jack with a completely wireless future in mind.

The iPhone 7 has what Apple calls a Retina display – an incredibly sharp screen with a resolution of 1334 x 750 and a pixel density of 326ppi. Apple threw in the wider DCI-P3 colour gamut normally associated with the iPad Pro and iMac, so the screen positively pops with colour.

It also has great speakers, an incredibly fast processor that makes it run efficiently, and a fantastic camera that launches instantly and captures beautifully detailed shots.

If you don’t have a huge budget to throw at Apple’s new 2017 trio of iPhones, the iPhone 7 is still a fine upgrade. Make sure you grab our exclusive iPhone 7 deal from Mobiles.co.uk before Monday 23 October.




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