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Apple Introduces The IPhone SE

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Apple just introduced an affordable phone the iPhone SE with a
price tag of about £359.

Apple Introduces The IPhone SE 1

The new iPhone SE runs on the same
power as the iPhone 6s. The new smartphone looks almost
identical to the 2013 iPhone 5s but there’s plenty of tasty upgrades
packed inside it.
It is powered by the A9 chip which is considered twice faster than
that of the iPhone 5s and it’s more efficient as it also saves
battery life.

Other features includes stunning four-inch Retina
display, advanced 64-bit A9 chip with M9 motion Co processor,
longer battery life , a 12-megapixel iSight camera which can record
4K video, and Touch ID with Apple Pay

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The iPhone SE will be available in space grey, silver, gold and rose
gold metallic finishes in 16GB and 64GB models. And everyone
who wants a portable phone is going to love iPhone SE.

Michael Ajah is a Computer Science Student of The University of Port Harcourt and a Chelsea Fan. He loves RnB and a little mix of Trap Music. An awesome tech reviewer and analyst. Email - [email protected]

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Apple to launch Airpods Studio ‘Headphones’ after Apple Beats and Airpods 2 success

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Apple to launch Airpods Studio 'Headphones' after Apple Beats and Airpods 2 success 2

Recently, Apple Inc. appears in the mood to churning out slew of new products for its user base with a rumoured Apple Studio in the mix.

From a proposed smart glass to smart Apple TVs and just that Apple Watch they can your sleep.

Who knows, we might get Smart Speakers (if it ain’t launched already)

The latest product supposedly in the works but making rounds on the internet is long-rumoured over-ear noise cancelling high-end headphone under Apple branding dubbed – AirPods Studio.

As per Digitimes, Apple is likely to kill its wired earphones production and resume the AirPods 2 production in the second half of the year. The source also claims that production for Apple rumoured AirPods Studio headphones has now begun.

So, you might be wondering, what is it with Tim Cook this time around!

Apple Airpods Studio: What is it?

Apple Airpods Studio

The high-end headphones were first rumoured in February 2018 by former KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Later, it was estimated that the headphones would launch sometime in the second half of 2020.

Dubbed the very first Apple-branded over-ear headphones though the confusion doesn’t end there with reports stating the new headphones will join the AirPods lineup alongside the AirPods 2 and AirPods Pro, and it’s supposed to be different from Apple’s Beats lineup, which happens to have a wide range of over-ear headphones.

Hehehe, a whole bunch of things to plug on the ear actually

However, the new tech certainly seems to come with very nice features which we already expect in a headphone.

First, the new AirPods Studio is rumoured to come with Active noise-cancelling, which cuts down unwanted noise to let you focus on the audio alongside a transparency mode that reduces the audio volume and let you hear the ambient noise.

Pretty much basic, is it?

As per a report by 9to5Mac , it is said to have AirPods-like sensor-based ear detection feature that stops the music when the earphones are taken off. In place of ear detection, Apple is working to include sensors that can detect whether the headphones are on your head or neck.

It is said to boast of a new sensor that will enable the headphones to recognise left and right ears to route audio channels automatically. Which means, there won’t be fixed left or right earcups and can be worn without checking for left and right channel.

They’ll sure have a name for this; S-21 Levitate, Bionic or something else. Just a brand name!

Bloomberg also reports that Apple had tested at least two versions of the headphones – a high-end premium variant and a fitness-oriented made with lightweight materials.

Both the options are said to have magnetically swappable ear cups and headband padding that will let users customise its look by merely switching the padding, similar to Apple Watch bands.

Apple Studio Price & Availability in Nigeria

Apple to launch Airpods Studio 'Headphones' after Apple Beats and Airpods 2 success 3

Considering the fact this company prices it’s branded tech at ridiculous amounts, the Apple Studio don’t seem to be an exception.

The Apple Studio is rumoured to cost a cool 350USD(approx ₦140,000) which will no doubt see it compete against other noise-cancelling headphones from companies like Bose and Sony.

However, no imminent launch date for now!

If all this pans out accurate, expect to see folks in this part of the world placing orders on Amazon and the like but first thing then…

What do you make of Apples rumoured headphone? Is it right at $350 for an entry-level tech? Let’s talk about it in the comments section.

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How To Force Restart The iPhone 8 If It Freezes

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I’m not really a big fan of Apple products so this isn’t actually any of my business but I decided to make a post about it for you (that’s if you are using an apple device. However, I must not fail to say that the iPhone 8 is a solid phone.
How To Force Restart The iPhone 8 If It Freezes 4

However like most phones, the iPhone 8 still has moments that make it freeze and leave the owner like –
How To Force Restart The iPhone 8 If It Freezes 5

Previously before the release of the iPhone 8, you could hold the power and home buttons for several seconds to force a reboot. This served as a great strategy if your iPhone was frozen, but now you’ll have to use a slightly new way to force-restart your device now because the old method no longer works.

To force-restart your iPhone 8, follow these steps:

1. Press and release the Volume Up button on the left side of your phone.
2.Then, press and release the Volume Down button below it.

3.Finally, press and hold the side Power button until you see the Apple logo appear on the screen, then let go.

If this doesn’t fix your problem, you should try booting into recovery mode:

Connect your iPhone to your Macbook or PC with iTunes installed using a USB cable.

Follow the same steps, but hold the Power button even after you see the Apple Logo.

You’ll see a Connect to iTunes screen appear after a few seconds. Release the Power button, and launch iTunes.

iTunes will tell you there’s a problem with your iPhone. You can choose Update or Restore to attempt to fix it.

This method isn’t as smooth as it was before, but it still only takes a few button presses. Hopefully you’ll never have to use it

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