Featuring a True Tone Retina display, the updated laptop comes with Touch Bar and Touch ID. Starting at $1099, it’s only $999 for students. The new MacBook Air replaces their previous MacBook Air without the Retina display. The press release also announces the brand is discontinuing the 12-inch MacBook.
Taipei’s PC-related event has shown us that smartphones are likely to improve as they’ll have access to significantly faster CPUs. Additionally, AMD announced its Navi GPU geared toward consumers, Intel has a new Core i9 that will have 4GHz speed, and Lenovo has an upcoming Project Limitless laptop with a battery that will last days.
In a surprise announcement, Apple confirmed three new iPhone designs by publicly filing for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone XR2. The leak confirms different storage sizes of each model as well as different suppliers. There is still no word on new iPad models.
Starting in June, the drone company will deliver packages in Helsinki. The trial run will begin in a densely populated area of the capital. This service will deliver packages from a local supermarket and café.
Due to a security issue, Google will replace its Bluetooth Titan Security Keys at no cost. A problem with the Bluetooth pairing setup leaves two vulnerabilities. These allow potential—very skilled—hackers to access connected devices.
Due to structural issues, the foldable smartphone’s release date will be pushed back as the brand “take[s] measures to strengthen the display.” There’s no confirmed date for the $2,000 device, but they will announce the date in a few weeks.