The Morning After: Apple’s big iPhone event will take place on September 7
Apple just sent out invites for its next hardware event. The company is expected to share what it’s been up to over the past year on September 7, with a live broadcast from Apple Park starting at 1 p.m. ET. The invite reads “Far out,” so head over to Reddit to see what that could mean. We are expecting new phones and wearables from Apple.
According to rumors, the iPhone 14 could include more RAM, a longer battery, and a better selfie camera. Meanwhile, the Pro models are expected to have a new design that swaps the notch for the Samsung-style punch-hole front camera. The Pro phone could also have a new 48-megapixel main camera and slimmer display bezels.
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That’s unusual, but it’s welcome.
HyperX is bringing its own power to the growing portfolio of gaming monitors. Instead of packing the monitor with a traditional stand, the company created an all-in-one package that includes an adjustable monitor arm. For HyperX, the clear goal is to provide a simple solution that frees up desk space for things like extra-large trackpads, wireless charging docks, or whatever other peripherals you have. can imagine.
A third-party entity gained access to the user’s encrypted email, username, and password.
Plex says someone hacked into its system. The company says a third-party entity has access to a subset of its data, including people’s encrypted emails, usernames and passwords. Plex said it addressed the method the bad guys used to get into its systems, but it did not specify which method. Currently, Plex is asking all users to change their passwords “out of an abundance of caution.”
The smartwatches all get turn-by-turn directions and Google Wallet.
Fitbit has several updated wearables to announce, all at once. Both Sense 2 and Versa 4, which already have continuous heart rate monitoring, will connect to Google Maps for turn-by-turn directions on your wrist. The pair also have access to Google Wallet – reminding us all that the company is now owned by Google. Its entry-level Inspire fitness tracker has also received upgraded batteries and more.
It was supposed to star Jay Baruchel and Glenn Howerton.
It’s the bitter tech story we all need to see at the cinema. Relive the company’s rise and fall from the time it was still known as Research in Motion (RIM) to its defeat in the smartphone war against Google and Apple. Miss the phone keypad? Then you won’t want to miss this epic.
The law also targets blind spots on larger vehicles.
New York State Senator Brad Hoylman has proposed legislation that would require automakers to install speed-limiting technology in new cars. If the bill passes, any passenger vehicle built after January 1, 2024, that is registered in the state would need to have “advanced safety technology.” The bill notes that there have been 270 traffic-related deaths on the streets of New York City in 2021, up from 243 the year before.
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