It was a huge week in the world of technology with Apple holding a special event and Huaweishowcasing two big phones for year. More on all this at our top tech information of this week. Chinese telecom giant Huawei has unveiled the next-generation of its flagship P-series smartphones in an event.
As part of the 2019 lineup of P30-series smartphones, the business has established two handsets, the P30 Pro and P30.Both Huawei P30 along with also the P30 Pro tablets are powered by Huawei’s very own Kirin 980 chipset — which also powers the Huawei Mate 20 series smartphones.
The handsets in the latest Huawei lineup offer a dewdrop screen and run Android Pie 9.0-based EMUI 9.1. For complete details about the smart phones,Apple’s AirPower Mat — that was first showcased in 2017 — not was officially launched and has been killed off. The mat was intended to charge up to 3 Apple products simultaneously, such as an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods wireless headset.
In a statement, Apple said that it had concluded that its AirPower mat”won’t reach our high standards.” For Additional Information,State-owned telecom operator BSNL has rolled out three new plans for this IPL season for the cricket fans. The plans start from Rs 199 and extends around Rs 499.
The new plans provide data advantages with unlimited calling and free cricket SMS alarms. For complete details about the programs, At its event here in Cupertino, Apple has established a new first-of-its-kind charge card, in conjunction with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard.Apple claims this”Apple Card transforms the whole credit card experience by simplifying the application procedure, eliminating charges, encouraging customers to pay less attention and providing a new level of privacy and security.
Apple, in the’Special event’ at Cupertino, California took a step forward in the gaming business by introducing a new service called Apple Arcade. Apple’s new sport subscription service is thought to include over 100 exclusive names from programmers. For more details about the Apple Arcade