It's a fact that, when combined with reports saying that its display is not OLED, lends credence to rumors that the 6.1-inch version will be the cheapest of the three iPhones that Apple is introducing this year.There's an nearly weird consensus on screen sizes as well, and until recently, two OLED iPhone X sequels were widely expected to be joined by a lower-cost LCD version.Apple is rumored to launch three new devices this year- an iPhone SE2, 6.1-inch LCD iPhone and a larger 6.5-inch model dubbed as the iPhone X Plus. And a 6.5-inch OLED iPhone X Plus, priced between $999 and $1,149. Based on the report by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the 6.1-inch iPhone will feature 3GB RAM and will lack 3D touch. There will be an iPhone 9 in the style of the iPhone X, but without a dual camera.However, skeptics have noted that it would require some delicate handiwork by Apple to fit all of Face ID's components into the notch.Here's what that new iPhone could look like. However, iPhone SE … [Read more...] about Potential design for Apple’s upcoming low-price iPhone shown off in new leak
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Facial ID programs carry same bias as enforcers checking fake IDs By Caille Millner May 25, 2018 Updated: May 25, 2018 5:13pm Photo: Carline Jean / Sun-Sentinel Image 1of/3 CaptionClose Image 1 of 3 The ACLU and other organizations have asked Amazon to stop selling its facial-recognition tool, called Rekognition, to law enforcement agencies. The ACLU and other organizations have asked Amazon to stop selling its facial-recognition tool, called Rekognition, to law enforcement agencies. Photo: Carline Jean / Sun-Sentinel Image 2 of 3 A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer helps a passenger navigate one of the new facial recognition kiosks at an airport gate. A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer helps a passenger navigate one of the new facial recognition kiosks at an airport gate. … [Read more...] about Facial ID programs carry same bias as enforcers checking fake IDs
Tech & Science Apple iPhone iPhones protected by a six-digit pass code may no longer be safe thanks to a cheap tool being marketed to police that can unlock a smartphone in just days. Grayshift has developed an iPhone decryption device called GrayKey that can break through some devices in just two hours. Presumably, the device is able to skip Apple’s imposed wait times between pass code attempts. Six-digit pass codes on iPhones may no longer be safe. A new hacking tool called GrayKey is being heavily marketed to police and can unlock some iPhones in just two hours. REUTERS/Thomas Peter/File Photo Anyone who has ever tried a friend’s iPhone pass code knows that it locks after so many attempts: Recommended Slideshows 51 In Pictures: The 50 Most Powerful Military Forces in the World 50 Top 50 Highest Grossing Movies Adjusted for Inflation 51 50 Best-Selling Albums in U.S. History Five incorrect attempts: one-minute lock Six incorrect … [Read more...] about iPhone Security: Your Six-Digit Pass Code Is No Longer Safe
With the repeated criticism of Apple products such as iPhones, MacBook Pro Laptops, the Apple shares suffered 4 percent drop on Friday. As Apple's main chip supplier, TSMC's tepid revenue forecast revived fears that the iPhone X, Apple's flagship $999 handset, may already be losing momentum a quarter after its release. The company's revenue was up 12.7% compared to the same quarter last year. research analysts expect that Apple will post 11.35 EPS for the current fiscal year. The firm asked the following question: "You now own an iPhone, yet you didn't upgrade to (what Apple believes is) the best Apple phone yet, the iPhone X. Why?" New information has surfaced regarding the upcoming iPhone SE 2, based on details from a case manufacturer. Lastly, the case maker speculates that the iPhone SE 2 could support wireless charging, but that seems uncertain for now. Also, as mentioned before, the phone may also get the A10 Fusion chipset which powers the iPhone 7 series. Apple is yet to … [Read more...] about Is Apple Killing The iPhone X This Year?
Calendar Saturday, April 14, 2018, 12:05 am Share this story Arts & Exhibits TODAY, April 14 ADVERTISING LOLI‘ANA: A NATIVE HAWAIIAN EXHIBIT Where: East Hawaii Cultural Center, 141 Kalakaua St., Hilo When: Regular center hours through May 25 Details: The concept is to exhibit artists who are native born and were raised with cultural and spiritual values that empower their work today. Contemporary thought and visual imagery are encouraged to inquire about the changes that have impacted Native Hawaiians and native culture, to also seek which values should be preserved and what perceptions could be altered to facilitate a healthy evolution as natives, non-natives and a mixed ethnic and cultural community. Contact: Monique Ortiz, 961-5711, [email protected] Classes TODAY, April 14 ADULT JEWELRY CLASS WITH ALEX MIDDLETON Where: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo When: Noon today Details: Learn to make your own jewelry. Tools and supplies … [Read more...] about Calendar for April 14