News of Note—T-Mobile's new iPhone plans, Apple overhauls privacy page and more

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The iPhone XR pre-orders kickoff tomorrow and T-Mobile has lined up a plan that could lower the price tag to $10 a month. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we’re following this morning:

> The iPhone XR preorders kick off tomorrow, and T-Mobile has lined up a plan that could lower the price tag to $10 a month. phoneArena.com

> Sprint is offering the iPhone XR for $0 per month with eligible trade-in and Sprint Flex lease. Release

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> Apple has overhauled its privacy page, which included expanding its portal to allow U.S. customers to get a copy of the data the company stores on them. TechCrunch article

> Following a public outcry over data leaks, four U.S. public funds that are shareholders in Facebook filed a proposal asking CEO Mark Zuckerberg to step down from his role as chairman. Mobile World Live article

> T-Mobile may be gearing up to launch mobile banking services over the coming weeks. Total Telecom article

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