Delkin Premium 2933X XQD Memory Cards

Delkin Devices announced today the newest addition to their ever-growing line of memory-based products: Premium 2933X XQD memory cards for both Sony and Nikon cameras. Utilizing a 2nd generation PCI Express interface and delivering blazing-fast write speeds up to 400MB/s (up to 440MB/s read speeds), Delkin Premium XQD memory cards are capable of capturing flawless cinema-quality footage, including DCI 4K & Full HD video at 180 fps, as well as RAW photos in burst mode.
Delkin Premium XQD memory cards come in the following capacities and will start shipping mid/late October: 64GB, 120GB and 240GB.
Delkin Devices Press Release
Delkin Launches New Line of Premium XQD Memory Cards
POWAY, CA, AUGUST 21, 2018 – Delkin Devices, a manufacturer of flash storage solutions and camera accessories, announced today the newest addition to their ever-growing line of memory-based products: Premium 2933X XQD memory cards. Version 2.0 compliant with speeds suitable for professional photographers and videographers, Delkin XQD cards are specifically designed to excel in the latest generation of cinematic hosts from both Sony & Nikon. As not all memory manufacturers are authorized to produce and sell XQD, Delkin is grateful for the opportunity to provide consumers another choice.
Utilizing a 2nd generation PCI Express interface and delivering blazing-fast write speeds up to 400MB/s (up to 440MB/s read speeds), Delkin Premium XQD memory cards are capable of capturing flawless cinema-quality footage, including DCI 4K & Full HD video at 180 fps, as well as RAW photos in burst mode. Each card has undergone extensive testing to ensure compatibility in today’s high-end XQD hosts, including the Nikon D5, D500 & D850, as well as several of Sony’s XDCAM Super 35 broadcast camcorders (PXW-FS7 & PXW-FS7M2). It is important to note though that XQD cards are not backwards compatible with either CompactFlash or CFast 2.0 hosts.
As proof that Delkin’s XQD cards are built to the highest standard and full compatibility, each card is serialized, like your camera. This allows Delkin to offer the ultimate level of customer support, while providing customers additional protection and insurance for their purchase. Owners can register their Delkin Premium XQD cards at www.delkindevices.com/xqd/.
In addition to their “Lifetime Warranty” policy, Delkin also offers a unique built-in insurance policy for their XQD memory cards, called their “48 Hour, No-Questions-Asked Replacement Guarantee”. Not offered anywhere else in the world, Delkin will replace any non-working XQD card within 48 hours or less (not including weekends), prior to receiving your non-working card. Cards can also be replaced over-the-counter at any authorized Delkin XQD reseller.
“This covers the unthinkable, from salt exposure to even pet and child inflicted damage” Jenn Sherry, Delkin’s Marketing Manager explains, “Should anything happen, just give us a call and we’ll send you a brand new replacement card that you’ll receive in less than 48 hours, along with a pre-paid shipping envelope to get your damaged card back to us.”
Delkin’s “48HR Replacement Guarantee” is also offered on all Premium memory card lines, including BLACK (SD, microSD & CF), PRIME & POWER (SD & microSD), as well as CFast 2.0.
Delkin Premium XQD memory cards come in the following capacities and will start shipping mid/late October: 64GB, 120GB and 240GB. XQD cards will be made available for purchase to Promaster members exclusively through the PRO warehouse. Delkin products are sold through authorized camera stores worldwide. For more information on Delkin XQD memory cards, please visit www.delkindevices.com/xqd/.
About Delkin Devices, Inc.
Delkin Devices’ consumer group manufactures storage devices, such as memory cards and digital accessories, for the photography market. Delkin has been in business since 1986 and has offices located in the U.S. and Europe. High resolution images and samples are available for press and recognized members of the media.
If you would like more information regarding this product or any other Delkin product, please contact Jenn Sherry at (714) 869-4264 or email at jsherry@delkin.com.

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Adrian Peterson’s not done yet; former MVP signs with Washington

Peterson is just one rushing touchdown away from 100 in his career.
For most of 2017, Adrian Peterson looked like a 32-year-old running back whose odometer had creaked over 12,000 career yards. But for two glorious games, he snapped back to peak form to push the Arizona Cardinals to victory.
Washington is betting he can reclaim that glory, if only briefly, after signing the veteran tailback Monday following a string of injuries in training camp and preseason.
Samaje Perine suffered an ankle injury in the team’s preseason game against the Jets on Thursday, and second-round pick Derrius Guice saw his rookie season end before it ever began when he suffered an ACL tear.
The contract will give Peterson one more chance to prove he’s not washed up yet. While he’s been a shell of himself throughout the majority of the past two seasons, a pair of 100-yard performances suggest there’s still a little gas left in his tank. Though he’ll be 33 this fall, Washington’s hope is the team’s running back by committee will help him fend off Father Time for one more season.
Is mid-30s Adrian Peterson worth the gamble?
Despite his history of bouncing back from adversity — some of it injury based, some from his own bad judgment — Peterson isn’t worth a big investment at this stage of his career. His output took a nosedive after a stunning All-Pro performance at age 30 in 2015. His 2016 season was cut short by injury and featured a pitiful 1.9 yard per carry average in the games where he was healthy.
His 2017 appeared to be more of the same when he struggled to crack a resurgent Saints’ tailback rotation. Peterson averaged fewer than seven carries per game while ceding time to 2017 offensive rookie of the year Alvin Kamara, leading to an eventual dirt-cheap trade to the desert. The change of pace paid immediate dividends. Peterson ran for 134 yards and a pair of touchdowns in front of a raucous London crowd to prove he still had some gas left in the tank.
That explosion wasn’t sustainable, however. Over his next four games, Peterson was held to 21 yards by the Rams, exploded for 149 against the 49ers, ran for just 29 (on 21 carries) against the Seahawks, and limped in with 26 versus the Texans. He’d get strung up by a bottom three rushing defense one week, then carve up a top-six rushing defense the next.
Washington is betting on the unpredictability, but with hedges. Peterson is an inexpensive risk, one that can be jettisoned if he’s not worth the trouble. He’ll also have the impact of his tough days mitigated by the presence of Chris Thompson, Rob Kelley, and the eventual return of Perine. That should give him a little breathing room to break out — even if it cuts into the touches he so badly wants.
Why shouldn’t Washington fans be especially excited about adding a future Hall of Famer?
They aren’t getting a legend in his prime. They’re getting Arizona Cardinal Emmitt Smith or Atlanta Falcon Eric Dickerson. There’s still some tread on the tires, but there isn’t much time before the engine breaks down. Peterson’s 1,000-yard seasons are most likely behind him, and while he’s pulled off miracle recoveries in the past — like when he returned early from a torn ACL to record a 2,000-yard season and earn league MVP honors — his latest battle is against an undefeated opponent, time.
He can still add value, but he’ll have to prove he can handle being less than an unquestioned starter. Head coach Jay Gruden may wind up with a headache on his hands if Peterson isn’t given the touches he believes he deserves. The most memorable thing about his four-game stint with the Saints wasn’t his 3.0 yard-per-carry performance, but the death stare he gave coach Sean Payton for deigning not to play him more in a loaded backfield.

Peterson’s extended time as a free agent should’ve been a sign to him that his days as a bell-cow, featured back are over. And if he embraces his role as a rotational piece, he could provide a spark to the Washington offense.
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‘I’m cool under pressure’: Usain Bolt takes A-League training bow | Naaman Zhou | Sport

On the day of his 32nd birthday, Usain Bolt started without frills. There were no shots and no sprints for the eight-time Olympic champion during his first training session for the Central Coast Mariners, as he bids to realise his dream of becoming a professional footballer. He was here, beneath a hot, perfectly cloudless sky, passing in a circle, working on his give-and-go and lying on the ground performing a stretch his coach called “the rocking egg” – all while the cameras clicked and the footage was beamed live across Australia.
The club have been clear that there would be no special treatment for the Jamaican yet a unique welcome mat had been laid out for him in Gosford – the shape of a lightning strike was carved in the centre circle, faintly, like how the imprints of old ruins can appear suddenly in the heat. During the session, passing truckers could be heard yelling “Usain!”, while afterwards his new teammates joked around with him, like he had been a member of the squad for years.

“The glare was on him,” said Mariners coach Mike Mulvey. And while it was a far cry from the pressure of those breath-holding moments before the starter’s gun fires in an Olympic 100m final, the media assembled here from around the world ramped things up significantly. Up in the grandstand, the local FM radio DJ whispered anxiously on the phone to his producer: “There’s ESPN, there’s Getty, there’s Fox Sports, then there’s us.”
Tuesday’s debut session was closed to the public, but next door at the Gosford City Lawns Bowls Club, Fiona Ford, stopped to watch the media roll in. “I’ve never followed soccer until the grandson started playing,” she said. “But I like it. And as soon as we knew he was coming, my partner and I said, ‘Right, we’ll go. We’ll go and watch a game.’”
Bolt, who gives off the impression that he has searched the world for this opportunity, arrived in Australia to a media scrum at the airport on Saturday ahead of what the club have described as an “indefinite training period” and what has the potential to be a first professional contract.
It won’t be easy. The perennial track-and-field champion has trialled unsuccessfully with three clubs around the world in the past year – Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund, Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa and Norwegian side Strømsgodset, for whom he made a 20-minute cameo against an Under-19s team. By all accounts, he did not do very well.

A sizeable media contingent turned out for Bolt’s first training session at Central Coast Stadium. Photograph: Dan Himbrechts/EPA

For the Mariners though, the media scrum meant it may already be job done. Mulvey told reporters Bolt had “already brought the biggest throng of media to this area, [putting] the spotlight on the Central Coast.” He said the club had become complacent to underperformance and “needed to be innovative, and creative.”
“And how much more innovative and creative can you get than bringing Usain Bolt in to trial?” he declared. “We don’t have to make a decision tomorrow or today. If it takes 12 months, I’m happy for him to be here.”
Back on the pitch of Central Coast Stadium, where the 20,000-seat capacity makes it the second-smallest in the A-League, all eyes were on the track and field star. His first input was a give-and-go: a short pass to a teammate, a touch, then a long pass, drilled down the line. A left-footer, Bolt performed well enough, a spin on that old cliche: good touch for the fastest man in the world.
In the rondo (piggy in the middle) the ball slipped under his studs. He was too slow. His teammates clapped him on the back. When they broke for a seven-a-side game, Bolt didn’t play. He stretched behind the goal, in deep conversation with a coach and new signing Kalifa Cissé.

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The pressure was immense for what was a routine trot around the park. Journalists waiting for a story muttered among themselves, talking about how he didn’t move forward to the ball when receiving, was static, “doesn’t anticipate”.
He told the media afterwards fitness was his main priority, and after that he would focus on the football. “I’m entirely out of my comfort zone but that’s why I am here,” he said. “It is just like track and field. The first day of training is always the roughest one. But it felt OK. I came to work and I’m ready to work. I’m very cool under pressure. I have an ability to understand very quickly and learn quickly, and I think I see the game very well.

Bolt is hoping to secure a contract to play in the A-League in the upcoming 2018-19 season. Photograph: Dan Himbrechts/EPA

“I’m just going to put in the work,” he added. “I have to get fit. I’m just here to push myself … learn and get better. As I told the coach from the start, I’m here with a blank slate.”

Bolt, a frequent visitor to Australia, revealed he had picked the A-League over offers from second-tier teams across Europe. “We got offers from teams in Spain, France, places like that. For me it would have been harder, I would have to learn a new language. Australia is somewhere I enjoy coming to. I’ve come to Australia a lot.”
Outside the stadium, Michelle and Stuart Bolte-Gall were walking their dog, and trying to peek through the fencing. Football fans themselves, their grandchildren play for the junior Mariners, and they couldn’t be happier with Bolt’s appearance. “It’s very good for Gosford, we think it’s great,” said Stuart. “I was a Bolte,” said Michelle, “My surname was Bolte. My first husband was Bolte. Now I’m Bolte-Gall.”
Like many residents, they hold out hope of meeting the Jamaican superstar on the sedate streets of Gosford. Bolt said he was approachable and that residents should come and say hello. “I haven’t been out yet really, just trying to find a place to live. It’s quiet, and I’m that type of person. It should suit me well.”
Back at the bowls club, Fiona Ford was just as supportive, but with her game in full flow, was too busy to try and sneak in. “We’ve got a game on,” she said. “But he can peek over the top and give us a wave”.

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The Steelers have the preseason’s best backup quarterback battle

Ben Roethlisberger is still there — but who steps up when he gets hurt?
Ben Roethlisberger isn’t injury prone. Given the amount of hits he absorbs every season, he might just be the league’s most durable player.
But as he ages into his late 30s, he’s no longer a lock to play all 16 games in the regular season. That means the Pittsburgh Steelers have one of the most important backup quarterback positions in the NFL — and they’ve got three players battling for that spot in the 2018 preseason.
Roethlisberger has missed at least one game in each of the last three seasons, turning starting duties over to an aging Michael Vick and former fourth-round pick Landry Jones in that span. Those backup quarterbacks went 4-3 in games where Roethlisberger didn’t play — not bad, but their 57.1 percent win rate was lower than the starter’s 73.2 percent mark (30-11) over the same span.
Pittsburgh has put in work to fix this problem. The past two drafts have brought Joshua Dobbs (a fourth-round pick in 2017) and Mason Rudolph (a third-round pick in 2018) into the fold to serve as problem solvers in both the present and the future. In the process they created another problem — having to figure who stays and who goes from this year’s depth chart.

The Steelers are going to have to cut at least one notable quarterback this fall
Some NFL teams keep three quarterbacks on their roster. Most keep two, sometimes with a third option stashed on the practice squad. Pittsburgh currently has four quarterbacks, none of whom are realistic practice squad candidates. At least one of the team’s quarterbacks is getting cut.
It won’t be Roethlisberger. Giving up on Rudolph months after spending a third-round pick on him is extremely unlikely. The most likely choice is either Jones or Dobbs.
Jones has been a useful backup the past three seasons, but its clear the franchise has no expectation that he’ll be the team’s quarterback of the future — if it did, it wouldn’t have spent draft capital on passers in back-to-back drafts. He’s got too much experience to slide to the practice squad, but just enough to make himself attractive to other teams.
The five-year veteran is 3-2 as a starter, but somehow all three of those wins came over the Browns — and in one, he only attempted four passes before being replaced by a returning Roethlisberger. He threw for 281 yards against the Patriots in 2016, but needed 47 attempts to get there.
Despite those flaws, he’s also got a career 86.2 passer rating, which is higher than current backups and spot starters like Mike Glennon, Josh McCown, Brandon Weeden, and even Blake Bortles. There’s a place for him in the league, and he’ll find a spot elsewhere if the Steelers release him — possibly even with a division rival, since the Bengals could use an established, non-Matt Barkley backup behind Andy Dalton.
That makes it difficult to release Jones, but …
Joshua Dobbs is playing well enough that the Steelers won’t be able to sneak him onto the practice squad
Dobbs was a flier pick out of the University of Tennessee in 2017, and the Steelers haven’t been clear on what his role is with the club over the last two seasons. He earned the opportunity to start a three of Pittsburgh’s preseason games in ‘17 and was solid against the Panthers, but didn’t show enough during the regular season to earn a single pass as a rookie. The club even sat him through a meaningless Week 17 win over the Browns where Roethlisberger took the week off, opting for four quarters of Jones instead.
That put his roster spot in jeopardy in 2018, even if he’s just six months older than Rudolph. A solid start to the preseason will make the Steelers’ decision a bit tougher. Through two games, Dobbs has completed 21 of his 31 passes for 283 yards and three touchdowns — good for a 101.9 quarterback rating, albeit against second- and third-string defenses. That’s better than Rudolph, who has completed just 50 percent of his attempts and been sacked on more than 17 percent of his dropbacks as a pro.
While his stats suggest Dobbs has earned a spot on the main roster, they don’t paint a complete picture of his play. He struggles with his decision making in the pocket, scrambling well but occasionally blowing up his own plays by bailing on his blockers. More importantly, he struggles to identify coverage, leading to five interceptions in six preseason games, including a pick-six against the Packers last week. That’s a flaw he’s struggled to overcome since his days with the Volunteers — and 2018’s preseason is proof he hasn’t yet grown out of it. It’s clear he’s not a starter.
Still, he’s 23 and has shown off a penchant for playmaking as a pro quarterback. The potential is there if another team has the patience — and the roster spot — to pull it off. The Steelers can cut him and hope he’ll sneak through waivers and back to the practice squad, but it seems unlikely.
Pittsburgh has two more weeks to figure this out
The Steelers will have a difficult decision when final rosters are due. At least one of the Jones-Dobbs-Rudolph trio is headed to the waiver wire, and whomever gets cut won’t stay unemployed for long. Jones has too much experience for the practice squad and Dobbs and Rudolph are too young and have too much potential to survive waivers in a quarterback-hungry league.
Pittsburgh has to plan for its present and future, and a wealth of passers — even if they’re flawed, behind Roethlisberger — is a good problem to have. All three players have the ability to win games for the Steelers. Rudolph is the least equipped to handle backup duties in 2018, but he could develop into Roethlisberger’s heir. Jones is pretty close to his ceiling as an NFL quarterback if he hasn’t hit it already, but he’s proven he can beat AFC North teams …or, at least, the Browns. Dobbs is somewhere in between those two, and it could mean his tenure in western Pennsylvania ends in September.
But no matter who gets cut, Pittsburgh’s loss will be some needy’s team’s gain. If your team needs a backup quarterback, it’ll be worth watching the Steelers’ final two games this preseason.
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A notch too far? Back to the drawing board for Google

Nothing has been quite as divisive as the emergence of the notch on flagship smartphones. In one camp, there are those who reject the notch without exception. On the other side, there is a growing number of tech-heads who greet the notch with ambivalence. The issue of the notch is about to become center stage once again and, this time, it is going to be hard to ignore. The notch on the Pixel 3 XL, if the leaked images are to be believed, is just too big. And I can prove it.

Android 9 Pie users can dip into the developer options and switch the display to simulate a cutout. Playing around with these options allows Pixel 2 XL owners (or those with any other smartphone running Pie) to get a better idea of what life with a notch is like.

Switch the display to simulate a cutout in developer options. / © AndroidPIT

Recent leaks suggest that this notch design is indeed real.

The notch on the Pixel 3 is too big.  © Android Police

A reader spotted this possible Pixel 3 XL photo in the wild on the streetcar in Toronto, Ontario today. Our team thinks the photo is legitimate, especially given the big notch and substantial chin. Do you think this is a photo of the Pixel 3 XL?
— MobileSyrup (@MobileSyrup)

Enlargements of this image show that the notch forces the notification bar upwards, and this has concrete disadvantages. One argument in favor of the notch is that it provides more display space. This is true, to some extent, because the notification area is actually moved to an otherwise unused part of the screen.
However, once the notch becomes too large, it begins to waste space. I activated the giant notch on my Pixel 2 XL for one day, just to see if I would notice a Pixel-3-XL-style notch in daily use. The result: It stands out, and that’s disturbing. Thanks to the notch, so much space is created that is simply unused. A huge empty area floats above web pages. At least one line is cut off from my chat window. The list goes on and on.

With the notch activated: Too much unused space remains at the top. Note: The simulated notch is not visible in screenshots. / © Screenshots: AndroidPIT

These screenshots illustrate my problem. The large notch takes up a lot of display space. The difference between this and the normal-sized notification bar is clear.
Yes, the Pixel 2 XL will appear as though it has a 6.7-inch display, which will compensate for the loss of space. But this is a sham, nobody can really use the size of the display because a clearly visible part at the top remains virtually empty. An area of 6 or 6.2-inches is usable. In that case, is it not better to be honest and simply provide borders, as with the Pixel 2 XL?

Design images of the Pixel 2 XL. / © Google LLC

Some people will argue that such leaks are deliberately released to alleviate the hysterics about certain topics at launch. ‘So, here’s the notch’. Everyone has time to get used to the notch and, by the time of the October reveal, we should all be over it. Who knows if this is true or not. But my day spent with the simulated notch lead me to believe people won’t get over it. This is one notch too far.
How do you feel about the potential for a large notch on the Pixel 3 XL?

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Black Ops 4 PC and Xbox One Blackout Battle Royale Beta Dates Revealed – Game Rant

Activision and Treyarch have now revealed the planned beta test dates for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4‘s battle royale Blackout mode. Pre-order holders on both platforms will have access to the beta starting September 14 with a tentative start time of 10:00 am PT. An open beta on PC will follow on September 15 through Battle.net but no Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 open beta has been confirmed for Xbox One.

A short teaser video for the Blackout beta confirmed that it will feature Solo, Duo, and Quad modes, much like the PlayStation 4 battle royale beta that was announced last week. But otherwise much remains to be revealed about the event, never mind the mode itself. The beta’s length is likely of particular interest to potential players, though it can likely be assumed to run from September 14 to 17 much like Call of Duty: Black Ops 4‘s prior multiplayer betas.
The PlayStation 4 beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4‘s Blackout mode is still scheduled to run a week earlier than the Xbox One and PC betas, starting September 10. As Call of Duty fans are likely familiar, this is due to the ongoing partnership between Activision and Sony for the Call of Duty franchise.

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— Xbox (@Xbox)

The Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout beta test will be the game’s third overall beta event for the upcoming multiplayer-exclusive shooter. There have been two prior beta tests, one that was PlayStation 4 exclusive and a second for all platforms. These tests focused entirely on the more standard multiplayer modes of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

The beta for Blackout, the Call of Duty franchise’s first foray into the increasingly popular battle royale genre, has the potential to be even more popular than the standard multiplayer beta. The hype surrounding Activision’s teasers for Blackout has certainly been apparent. Now Treyarch just has to show the game mode and watch excitedly as mid-September approaches.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 releases on October 12 for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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Amazon is ending its 20 percent Prime discount on video game preorders

Amazon is discontinuing its two-year-old video game preorder discount program for Prime members on August 28th, the company announced today. In its place, Amazon will offer members a $10 credit with a preorder, but only for select titles. The credit will take up to 35 days to arrive. Once activated, customers will have 60 days to put the money toward a separate purchase on Amazon.
Back in July, CNET noted a change to the Prime platform’s Terms of Service that suggested Amazon would change its game discount policy to exclude certain titles. Now, it seems like the company is simply replacing it wholesale.
The Prime video game discount program started in January 2016, and it’s been one of the most substantial discount benefits the platform offers. It gave Prime members up to 20 percent off new video game releases, translating to about $12 off a typical $60 new release. Amazon initially gave Prime members 20 percent off new game purchases within two weeks of release, but it restricted the program in 2017 to preorders only.
Curtailing the program is sure to be met with disappointment among game fans who have resisted the urge to move most of their purchases to digital stores operated by Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony. Amazon’s discount program also kept it fiercely competitive with GameStop. As noted by Polygon, Best Buy shut down a similar 20 percent discount program called Gamers Club, which was unlocked earlier this summer, and replaced it with a $10 credit system.
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Has the iPhone 2018 pre-order date been leaked?

The iPhone pre-order date is one of the biggest days of the year for Apple’s most loyal smartphone users. Now they might be bold enough to bust out their Sharpie and put a nice thick circle around September 14.
Reports out of Germany suggest the pre-order period will commence a few days after the unveiling, believed to be during the week commencing September 10. Word comes from unnamed sources within German mobile networks, who’ve reportedly spoken to Macerkopf (via Apple Insider) about the plans.
Given the historical precedent, it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to suggest the purported information is on the money. That would suggest the release date for the new iPhone models could be Friday September 21.
Related: iPhone 9
For reference, the iPhone 8 was announced on Tuesday September 12, with pre-orders commencing on Friday 15. There’s a good chance Wednesday September 12 might be the date this time around, enabling Apple to avoid holding an event on the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Apple is expected to unveil three smartphones next month. A successor to the iPhone X, with a 5.8-inch OLED display, a flagship 6.5-inch OLED model, and an entry-level 6.1-inch handset with an LCD screen.
Whether all handsets will be available to pre-order on the same day remains to be seen. Last year Apple delayed the release of the iPhone X until November as it perfected the technology necessary for the Face ID scanner. This year, reports have suggested Apple is experiencing hold-ups with the LCD edition of the iPhone, but any production issues could certainly be resolved by the time the pre-order date rolls around.
The company is also thought to be plotting a new Apple Watch for the autumn shopping season, along with a new iPad Pro.
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Has the iPhone 2018 pre-order date been leaked?

The iPhone pre-order date is one of the biggest days of the year for Apple’s most loyal smartphone users. Now they might be bold enough to bust out their Sharpie and put a nice thick circle around September 14.
Reports out of Germany suggest the pre-order period will commence a few days after the unveiling, believed to be during the week commencing September 10. Word comes from unnamed sources within German mobile networks, who’ve reportedly spoken to Macerkopf (via Apple Insider) about the plans.
Given the historical precedent, it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to suggest the purported information is on the money. That would suggest the release date for the new iPhone models could be Friday September 21.
Related: iPhone 9
For reference, the iPhone 8 was announced on Tuesday September 12, with pre-orders commencing on Friday 15. There’s a good chance Wednesday September 12 might be the date this time around, enabling Apple to avoid holding an event on the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Apple is expected to unveil three smartphones next month. A successor to the iPhone X, with a 5.8-inch OLED display, a flagship 6.5-inch OLED model, and an entry-level 6.1-inch handset with an LCD screen.
Whether all handsets will be available to pre-order on the same day remains to be seen. Last year Apple delayed the release of the iPhone X until November as it perfected the technology necessary for the Face ID scanner. This year, reports have suggested Apple is experiencing hold-ups with the LCD edition of the iPhone, but any production issues could certainly be resolved by the time the pre-order date rolls around.
The company is also thought to be plotting a new Apple Watch for the autumn shopping season, along with a new iPad Pro.
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Roman Reigns beats Brock Lesnar for Universal Championship at SummerSlam

Reigns speared Lesnar and got a clean pin, while Braun Strowman tried to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase.
Roman Reigns finally has the WWE Universal Championship after besting Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam on Sunday.
Shortly before the match started, Braun Strowman came out and said he refused to cash in the briefcase when his opponent’s back is turned, and proceeded to watch the match from the outside, promising they would fight afterward.
The match then started, with Reigns coming out with multiple signature moves while Lesnar was still distracted. Multiple spear attempts were stopped by guillotine chokes from Lesnar, but Reigns eventually got out of them. Reigns got Lesnar out of the ring, then attempted to take him out, but hit Strowman instead.
Lesnar followed them out, and gave Strowman an F-5 outside the ring. He then attacked Strowman with the Money in the Bank briefcase, and then a steel chair. Lesnar went into the ring to take on Reigns with the chair, but ate a spear and was then pinned clean by Reigns.
There was no second match featuring Strowman, however.
Lesnar and Reigns have faced each other at what feels like every major pay-per-view for the last … forever. The 41-year-old Lesnar was once again booked against Reigns at SummerSlam, for what many believe would be their final showdown, at least as far as this current feud is concerned. Of course, that’s what virtually everybody believed was happening when the two met at the last Wrestlemania, and then Lesnar went ahead and won that match.
After that, multiple reports surfaced regarding Lesnar potentially returning to the UFC in the heavyweight division. He did as much when he returned to confront Daniel Cormier following his win over Stipe Miocic at UFC 226 in July. Now, Lesnar and Cormier are likely to do battle next, outside of WWE, so where Lesnar goes from here is the big question.
Now on to Reigns vs. Strowman at a later date.
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