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iPhone 12 Pro comes with better cameras

 - Tech - Oct 13 SHARE ON:

During the “Hi, Speed” special event, Apple announced the new iPhone 12 Pro which is the premium model of Apple’s iPhone 12 and share the same core features as the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini and even uses the same flat edges design making them similar to the iPad Pro.

The iPhone 12 is powered by the A14 Bionic System-on-Chip, which was previously on the Apple iPad Air and supports 5G cellular networks. The iPhone 12 Pro is powered by a new 16-core Neural Engine, which makes it twice as fast as the previous version.

12 Pro and Pro Max is also equipped with a LiDAR sensor, enhances the Portrait Mode imagery, among other photographic effects and is also able to assist the autofocus in low-light situation, making it gain focus 6 times faster.

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iPhone 12 “mini” announced

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Apple has announced the new iPhone 12 which also comes in a “mini” version. The term “mini” is being used for the first time by Apple on the iPhone line, after they used it on the iPod mini, iPad mini, and Mac mini in recent years.

The iPhone 12 “mini” comes in a smaller 5.4″ screen – which is smaller than an old iPhone 6 and just a bit bigger than the iPhone 5. The phone has been made smaller by removing the touch id and reducing the bezels around the display.

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Meet the iPhone 12

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During a special online Apple Event due to covid-19, Apple launched the brand new iPhone 12, which still resembles the iPhone 11, but comes with flat sides which makes it look like a mini iPad Pro and features the same 6.1-inch display size as its predecessor.

This year the iPhone will come in black, white, blue, red, and green and will have an OLED screen.

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Malta National Aquarium trading tickets with bottle caps & batteries for charity

 - Events - Oct 13 SHARE ON:

For the past few months, the Malta National Aquarium has been exchanging bottle caps and batteries with child entry tickets for the aquarium.

This effort is being made to raise money for charity whilst helping the environment.

Anyone who is willing to do so may present their bottle caps or batteries at the National Aquarium in St. Paul’s Bay.

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