Pocketnow Daily: Apple & # 39; s FULL 2020 setup to GO OUT EVERYTHING with specifications ?! (Video)

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Numerous Apple deals are now available on Amazon

Deals. We are gone most of this week, so you know we have to give you some Apple deals from Amazon. To start with, the 13-inch MacBook Pro is available for a $ 300 discount, making it shipped at $ 1700. Most iPad Pro models still have a $ 200 discount and some of the lower versions have a $ 150 discount. Finally, AirPods 2 are still $ 30 off, keeping them at $ 129 with the normal charging case.

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Watch a video from Google Maps that works on the Microsoft Surface Duo

Microsoft recently had a Developer Day to show off some of their devices, including the Surface Duo. At the event, the Duo failed, but now we got a new video from the guys from 9to5Google, who showed the device with Google Maps. From the video we can see the Android 10 gestures work and the app seems to work smoothly. We will have to see when Microsoft plans to launch this device in 2020.

Essential closes, teases what the Project GEM phone could have been

Unfortunately, closing is essential. The company has made a statement stating that the PH1 will no longer receive updates after the Android Security patch in February. In their farewell statement, the company also published some videos of what their Project GEM smartphone could have looked like, that really long and slim phone that leaked last year. It apparently had a card-based user interface, voice control that would help with productivity, and their vision was to bring a new form factor that was better integrated into people's lifestyle needs.

Android 11 accidentally released by Google

Closer to Google I / O and Android 11. The Android 11 Developer Preview website was live for a while, but Google pulled it out. The company has not made any official announcements, so the page may have been a mistake. It contains a lot of information for Android 11, but it did mention that it will bring more APIs for foldable and more privacy functions. For reference: the Developer Preview for Android 10 dropped in March last year, so we are close to the new one.

Sony Xperia 1.1 can make 8K HDR videos & the Xperia 9 has leaked

We expected to see new Sony smartphones at MWC, but the event was canceled. New leaks, however, claim that the Xperia 1.1 flagship will have the same camera setup as the Samsung Galaxy S20 +. This consists of a 12MP f / 1.8 main lens, a 64MP f / 2.0 hybrid zoom lens and a 12MP f / 2.2 ultra wide angle lens and a ToF sensor at the rear. Some rumors even mention that these sensors are produced by Samsung and not by Sony. They would also produce 8K HDR video. We are also going with a new image of the Sony Xperia 9, which would be a mid-ranger with the Snapdragon 765.

5G iPad Pro models can be started with the iPhone 12 setup

Apple apparently wants to go all-in on the 5G market according to this new DigiTimes report. We expect that all 2020 iPhones are suitable for 5G with new Qualcomm modems together with the A14 chipset. This new report claims that we should expect iPads with 5G, along with the new iPhones. The iPads would bring the 14-chip, the Qualcomm X55 with support for both sub6GHz and mmWave 5G. iPad upgrades usually take place in October, but according to the report we will get them together with the iPhones in September.

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