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Apple wants Airpods to measure our heat

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Wednesday, 29 June 2022, 07:26 Updated: 07:39

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Ahead of the announcement: Rumors of Apple's announcement event continue

Apple's biggest event is less than three months away from us - and the leaks continue: According to a new report, Apple will unveil the next generation of its premium headphones, the AirPods Pro 2, which will receive a significant upgrade that will delight health and fitness enthusiasts.



Apple, it seems, wants the Airpods to measure our heat and monitor our heart rate.

The charging socket is expected to be of the USB-C type, and when it comes to the design of the new headphones, they may come in a look that will be similar to the current generation.

In addition, the company is also expected to unveil the next generation of its discounted smartwatch - the Apple Watch SE 2, which will come with the same processor as the eighth generation series.

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The commercials arrive on Netflix - and for a fee

Get ready: Netflix will soon launch a subscription with commercials at a discounted price.

This was confirmed by the company's CEO, Ted Sarandos, who said in an interview, "We have left a large segment of customers outside our market." It is estimated that the program will be offered at a fixed monthly price of $ 10



. It lost 200,000 subscribers, for the first time in a decade, and is expected to lose up to two million more subscribers in the coming months.

Guardians of the Galaxy

New Zealanders were left confused by a very unconventional sight: a strange, winding light configuration that looked like an entire galaxy suddenly appeared in the sky.

Many residents rushed to photograph the vortex, raising various and bizarre theories that these were aliens.



It quickly became clear - the rare phenomenon was caused by fuel fumes emitted from a space launch of the Space Company's Falcon 9 missile 9 hours earlier.

According to experts, the materials emitted may condense for a short time into "clouds" that form in a vortex.

100% in 9 minutes

Existential anxiety that the battery in the smartphone will run out?

Chinese company Opo is expected to soon unveil a new smartphone that will support for the first time a charging with a huge power of 240 watts, according to reports on the network.

This means, according to the company's experiments, it charges from 0% to 100% in just 9 minutes, and charges 50% of the battery in 3.5 minutes.



The company uses technology it has developed itself and was first introduced at the Mobile Conference in Barcelona earlier this year.

In any case, to get faster charging speeds than standard chargers, you will need to be equipped with a compatible wireless charger - and of course a supportive smartphone.

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