Morning Post: iPhone 12 details reveal Samsung to build display factory in India.
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IPhone 12 detail exposure: equipped with improved Face ID and 3D ToF lenses.
IPhone 12 render.
At present, we know very little about Apple's next-generation iPhone. In addition to supporting 5G, there may also be an extremely powerful A14 bionic chip. In addition to these, iPhone 12 will be equipped with improved Face ID and 3D ToF cameras, and the rear ToF camera of iPhone 12 will provide better depth mapping and augmented reality for camera applications, according to a new report by Barclays (Barclays) analysts.
Comment on the Morning Post: are there more and more cameras?
ASICS Arthur's first smart shoes unveiled to provide real-time feedback for runners.
EVORIDE with embedded ORPHE TRACK sensor.
In recent years, smart wearability is no longer limited to traditional products such as smart bracelets. More and more sports shoes and other products are also beginning to develop intelligently. Recently, ASICS Arthur announced that it will work with Japanese start-up sensor technology pioneer No New Folk (Studio (hereinafter referred to as "NNF") to launch a series of smart shoes.
Comment on the Morning Post: smart running shoes can make your sports more scientific!
Samsung to build display factory in India to produce mobile phones and computer monitors.
Samsung's opening of a display manufacturing plant in India is not entirely a new plan, but according to foreign media reports, the Indian government's green light has recently given the company the green light, and the investment is expected to take place in April 2020. The $500 million plant is located in Noida, close to Samsung's largest smartphone manufacturing facility in the world. The display factory will start with smartphone screens, with all the accessories and components, and will later be involved in televisions and laptops.
Comment on the Morning Post: more and more technology industries have fallen in love with the Indian labor force!
Martin Luther King reappeared on the Apple website home page Tim Cook tweeted as a souvenir.
Apple website commemorates Martin Luther King.
Every year, on the third Monday in January, all parts of the United States use this day to commemorate Martin Luther King, the leader of the civil rights movement. Not only are there demonstrations organized by the masses, but US stocks are also closed for a day and all trading is suspended. Apple will also commemorate the great man in its own way on this day, and has gradually formed an Apple tradition.
Comment on the Morning Post: there is no doubt that the civil rights movement is a big step in the evolution of human civilization!
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