iPhone 12 series: We could see up to four iPhones unveiled. Rumored names are the iPhone 12 mini (a 5.4-inch device), the iPhone 12 (a 6.1-inch device), the iPhone 12 Pro (another 6.1-inch device), and the iPhone 12 Pro Max (a mouthful of a name and a 6.7-inch device). All of these iPhones are expected to have Face ID and 5G support, and the Pro models will ship with triple-lens cameras that sport lidar sensors. AirTags: These are slim tracking chips that you can attach or slip into items like a purse. The AirTag trackers allow you to track their location thanks to Apple’s U1 chip and the iPhone’s Find My app. The AirTags are rumored to be so precise they can be tracked to a matter of inches. AirPods Studio: These are rumored to be Apple’s first own-branded, professional over-the-ear studio-quality headphones. There are rumors that the AirPods Studio can be worn either way (there is no set left or right speaker) and feature interchangeable, magnetically held parts, … [Read more...] about What to expect from Apple’s October iPhone event: iPhone 12, AirTags, over-the-ear AirPods, and more!
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If India has missed the Dragon party in anything, it is copper, which hit a multi-year high last week, topping $7,000 a tonne. This is because India has become a net importer of copper since the Vedanta Resources Plc Sterlite Copper Plant at Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu was ordered shut by the State government on May 28, 2018. … [Read more...] about Why China is on a commodity buying spree and how does it benefit India
In my first job, I worked for a senior vice president who was super tough on me. In fact, he was so tough in the interview that I was sure I hadn’t gotten the job. I was wrong—he hired me (while I was eight months’ pregnant) and paid me much more than I had asked for. But he also worked me to the bone—and exacted the highest standards from me. … [Read more...] about 6 types of bad bosses and how to deal with them
How a person responds to witnessing a suicide depends on several factors, including their state of mind. Most people who see a suicide are likely to experience some sort of effect, but it may not impact them for long, according to Craig Bryan, a clinical psychologist and director of recovery and resilience at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center. Immediately after watching someone get injured or die, lots of people will feel uneasy, says Bryan—it’s a natural response. “We’ll all lose sleep, we’ll all feel a little anxious, we’ll all be bothered by it,” he says. “But typically within a few weeks, about 85% to 90% of people will settle back into where they were before exposure. Resilience is the rule.” … [Read more...] about Researchers can’t even begin to assess the damage from viral suicide videos
“I propose that we expand Obamacare and we increase it,” Biden responded. “We do not wipe any—one of the debates we had with 23 of my colleagues trying to win the nomination and I won—was saying Biden wanted to allow people to have private insurance. They can and they will under my proposal. It’s going to wipe out preexisting conditions and by the way the 200,000 that have died on his watch. How many people will survive? Seven million people have contracted COVID, what does it mean for them going forward if you strike down the Affordable Care Act?” … [Read more...] about How will Biden fight the pandemic? After the 1st debate, we still know too little