Apple in the fire of criticism of iPhone users who refuse to scan their photos & some more about iPhone13
Apple in the fire of criticism of iPhone users who refuse to scan their photos & some more about iPhone13
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Why Apple in the fire of criticism ?iPhone 13 just launching ahead

The controversy around Apple, which has been going on for several weeks in connection with the introduction of the pedophilic photo scanning tool (CSAM), will subside in the near future. Tim Cook has just announced that the company is pulling out of the idea. For how long?

Apple, however, won’t control your iPhone photos. At least for now

It is not worth discussing the rightness of combating pedophilic content on the Internet, because this issue is actually obvious. However, controversy may arise from the methods of detecting such materials – and Apple has recently found out about it.

Tim Cook’s company presented a system project (CSAM) a few weeks ago , which, based on artificial intelligence, was to scan photos stored in the memory of iPhones

Photos were supposed to be scanned directly on the device before even being uploaded to iCloud.

Apple’s idea was immediately criticized by cybersecurity specialists, according to which the system violates users’ privacy. It can even be thought of as a door opener technology for government tracking of iPhone owners.

However, there will be no photo scanning. Tim Cook has yet to say the final “no”

According to Tim Cook’s official statement, the project will be suspended soon. The company needs to spend additional time improving it:

“ Based on feedback from customers, activists, researchers and others, we’ve decided to spend more time in the coming months collecting feedback (…) before introducing a new feature for child safety. 

A temporary withdrawal from the idea may result from the  upcoming Apple conference , at which new iPhones and Apple Watch Series 7 will be presented . Constant criticism and accusations against Apple, which intended to exceed the limits of users’ privacy, is probably not the best background for a loud presentation of new devices. We can therefore expect more information related to scanning photos on phones when the matter is a bit quiet.

Do you think Apple will be able to introduce a photo scanning system? Let me know in the comments if there is a bottom line behind this project and the company simply wants to spy on users in the world.

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iPhone 13 Dreamers Get Shocked Again! Apple will not launch this variant

Apple is going to launch the iPhone 13 series this month. Many news have come out even before the launch. A fresh update about the iPhone 13 Pro series has just surfaced and it suggests that Apple will not be launching a 256GB storage variant for the Pro model. Due to which the fans are very sad. If this happens then Apple will not do it for the first time. Earlier, it has removed the mid-storage variant from many phones.
Apple has already done this
Apple is infamous for slashing the mid-storage variant so that customers will have to shell out extra cash to opt for the higher version. Earlier, Apple discontinued the 16GB variant and brought the 64GB variant. Similarly, the 64 GB variant of the iPhone 7 was discontinued and the 128 GB variant was introduced. Apple has been doing this every year.

The 128GB base storage variant will be directly followed by the 512GB storage variant.

Now Apple is going to do something similar with the iPhone 13 Pro series as well. The company will offer the 512GB storage variant directly after the 128GB base storage variant. That is, there will be no 256 GB storage variant. In such a situation, it can be said that those who want a phone with 256 GB storage, they will have to take a model with 512 GB storage variant under compulsion.

Apple will also bring 1TB storage variant

Apple will also bring a 1TB storage variant with the Pro model. The iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 will start with the base 64GB storage variant, 128GB storage variant and 256GB storage variant. The non-Pro variant will have 4GB of RAM, while the Pro series will get 6GB of RAM.

iPhone 13 will not have this special feature, if you are planning to buy, then definitely read the news once

A report has claimed that the upcoming iPhone 13 model will have Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite communication connectivity, which will enable users to make calls and send messages in areas without cellular coverage. However, now some mobile analysts and communication experts have refuted these claims. According to a report by Apple Insider, the upcoming custom chip for the iPhone 13, which was expected to be able to connect to satellites, has no longer been able to do so.

Will not do phone-to-satellite communication

According to PCMag analyst Sasha Segan, the new Qualcomm chip, developed in partnership with satellite company Globalstar, does not mean that the iPhone will be capable of communicating with the satellite. Cyber ​​security expert Robert Graham said, "The iPhone 13 models are going to use the downlink satellite communication channel which provides 2.4835 GHz to 2.4950 GHz band, it will not support phone-to-satellite communication.

what happened before

Earlier, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had said, the upcoming lineup will feature hardware capable of connecting to the LEO satellite. This could allow users of the iPhone 13 to make calls and send messages without the need for a 4G or 5G cellular connection.

The iPhone 13 will use a customized version of the Qualcomm X60 baseband modem chip that can support communications over satellite, Kuo said. A recent survey has revealed that many iPhone users want the upcoming iPhone model to be named 'iPhone 2021' instead of 'iPhone 13'.

IPHONE 13 Pro, Max, Mini Specifications, Leaks

Following are iPhone 13 Pro, max, Mini Specification, and design leak which we have gathered here. Check these points carefully:

  • This year the location of the iPhone camera will likely be changed. Hence the reason is unknown but it could be because of the bigger lens.
  • This year Apple iPhone 13 will use LPTO displays. These displays will be manufactured with the help of Samsung and LG.
  • It could be possible that the Touch ID display will be back this year.
  • A new chipset A15 Bionic will be used.
  • The Mini will have a 2406 MAH battery, the Pro will have a 3095 MAH battery, 4352 MAH battery will be for iPhone 13 Pro Max.
  • In iPhone 13 latest versions space may jump up to 1 TB this year.
  • In the era of 5G, it will come up with Snapdragon X60 5G connectivity. It will support WIFI 6E.
  • It will come up with a LIDAR sensor.
  • A better camera as compared to iPhone 12 with the folded lens.
  • iPhone 13 design will be changed a little. It will be a little thicker than the last model.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max 128GB 6GB RAM

Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max 128GB 6GB RAM smartphone price in India is expected to be Rs 135,000/1849 USD. Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max 128GB 6GB RAM is speculated to be launched in the country on September 30, 2021 (Unofficial). The smartphone is likely to come in 2 other storage and RAM variants – Apple-iPhone-13-Pro-Max, Apple-iPhone-13-Pro-Max-256GB-6GB-RAM. As for the color options, the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max 128GB 6GB RAM smartphone may come in Black, Gold colors.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro 256GB 6GB RAM

Apple iPhone 13 Pro 256GB 6GB RAM smartphone price in India is likely to be Rs 145,000/1949 USD. Apple iPhone 13 Pro 256GB 6GB RAM is speculated to be launched in the country on September 30, 2021 (Unofficial). Th smartphone is likely to come in 2 other storage and RAM variants – Apple-iPhone-13-Pro, Apple-iPhone-13-Pro-128GB-6GB-RAM. As for the color options, the Apple iPhone 13 Pro 256GB 6GB RAM smartphone may come in Black, Gold colors.

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