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Tech Buzz: iPhone 15 Pro’s Mind-Blowing 150W Charging, Musk Exposes Facebook’s Global Opinion Manipulation, and Much More!

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Tech Buzz: iPhone 15 Pro’s Mind-Blowing 150W Charging, Musk Exposes Facebook’s Global Opinion Manipulation, and Much More!

This week in the tech world, there have been several exciting developments and rumors that have captured the attention of enthusiasts and consumers alike. From new smartphone releases to allegations of global opinion manipulation, here is a roundup of the latest news:

The iPhone 15 Pro could include a Thunderbolt cable for 150W charging

According to leaked information, Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 series may feature a transition to USB Type-C, possibly due to EU regulations. While standard iPhone 15 models might have slower charging speeds and require Apple-certified cables, the leaks suggest that the iPhone 15 Pro models could come with a Thunderbolt USB Type-C cable. This cable would enable faster charging with up to 150W power output and support features like 4K 60Hz output. However, these details are unofficial and should be approached with skepticism until officially confirmed by Apple at their expected event on September 12th. The Thunderbolt cable may also be exclusive to the Pro models and offer advanced capabilities (source).

YouTube tests new ‘Song Search’ feature: find music by humming or recording

YouTube is currently testing an innovative feature on its Android app that allows users to search for songs by humming or recording them for just three seconds. Limited to select users, this “song search” feature can be accessed through the voice search function within the YouTube app. Once a song is identified, users will be presented with official music content, user-generated videos, and short clips related to the song. This feature utilizes Google’s “Hum to Search” technology, providing faster results compared to Google Assistant’s version which requires 15 seconds of audio (source).

Is Samsung planning to launch a rollable smartphone?

Rumors suggest that Samsung is working on an innovative smartphone featuring a rollable OLED display set for commercial availability in 2025. This device aims to offer a nearly bezel-less display using Under Panel Camera (UPC) technology. Samsung previously unveiled its “Rollable Flex” display in 2023, indicating a motorized mechanism for the roll-up screen. Rollable smartphones provide a seamless transition between compact and tablet-sized displays, potentially eliminating the need for separate devices. This aligns with Samsung’s goal to popularize rollable smartphones by 2025 (source).

Apple warns users to avoid sleeping with iPhones connected to chargers

In an online user guide, Apple has issued a cautionary notice advising iPhone users against charging their devices on soft surfaces such as pillows or blankets due to the risk of overheating and potential fire hazards. The guide emphasizes the importance of charging on flat, well-ventilated surfaces while avoiding damaged cables, moisture, and being cautious with devices experiencing heat detection issues. These guidelines are intended to ensure user safety during smartphone charging (source).

Realme 11 5G and Realme 11X 5G debut in India

Realme has launched two new smartphones in India: the Realme 11 5G and Realme 11X 5G. Both devices are powered by MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ SoC and feature a high refresh rate of 120Hz. The Realme 11 5G boasts a powerful camera with a resolution of up to 108MP, while the Realme 11X comes equipped with a slightly lower resolution of up to 64MP. With prices starting at Rs.18,999 and Rs.14,999 respectively, these phones offer consumers affordable options for accessing fast charging and enjoying the benefits of 5G connectivity (source).

Elon Musk accuses Facebook of manipulating global opinion

Tech mogul Elon Musk recently took aim at Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg by accusing them of engaging in widespread manipulation of public opinion worldwide. In a scathing tweet, Musk highlighted Facebook’s refusal to open the source code of its algorithm as evidence of their intent to influence and control public discourse. This allegation adds to the ongoing debate surrounding social media platforms and their impact on society (source).

As the tech world continues to evolve, it is important for consumers to stay informed about the latest developments and rumors. Whether it’s anticipating new smartphone features or questioning the influence of social media giants, being aware of these topics allows individuals to make more informed decisions in this rapidly changing digital landscape.

According to the article, which can be found (here)( these stories have generated significant interest among tech enthusiasts and industry experts alike. So keep an eye out for further updates as these stories continue to develop.


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