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By Manuel Flores | September 10, 2019 — 21:45 GMT (14:45 PDT) | Topic: After Hours

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ZDNet is getting Siri-ous with our latest sweepstakes. Apple just announced its newest additions to the iPhone family, and we’re giving one away along with three protective cases by Speck.

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Now let’s talk about the prize! The grand-prize winner will receive an iPhone 11 Pro Max, which has a new textured-matte finish and a 6.5-inch Super Retina XDR display. The 11 Pro Max will have the new A13 Bionic processor and iOS 13. 

We can’t forget the 11 Pro Max is also equipped with three wide-lens, 12-megapixel rear-facing cameras. The front face of the phone has one 12-megapixel camera with new slow-motion capabilities. Don’t worry, we’re including Presidio Stay Clear, Presidio Pro, and Presidio Grip cases to protect your new phone, courtesy of Speck.

Are you looking to take home the prize? Simply, fill out the form below after reading our official rules and accepting our terms and conditions. You can also get more entries for completing the other actions like following us and TechRepublic on social media.

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