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We’re already in the run-up to Apple’s next hardware showcase, likely centered on its phones and wearables. This could include a shake-up for the Apple Watch — the first since the Series 4 watch back in 2018. The high-end variant of the Apple Watch Series 8 may feature the largest display Apple has ever crammed into its smartwatches, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
With a bigger battery and Apple’s long-rumored Low Power Mode, the Watch ‘Pro’, Gurman also says, could go multiple days on a single charge. Which is kind of the dream for Apple wearables, at least for me.
Rumors suggest Apple is teeing up a lot of new hardware for the fall. Beyond new phones and wearables, we could see refreshed iPads and next-gen HomePods, possibly with screens.
— Mat Smith
Nearly four years after Netflix canceled Daredevil and the series more recently made its way over to Disney+, Disney confirmed it’s developing a new 18-episode TV show for its streaming service. Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio will both reprise their roles as Daredevil and Kingpin.
Given Cox’s surprise appearance in the latest Spider-Man movie, it might not be a complete shock. It came alongside a lot of new trailers and announcements for Marvel at the San Diego Comic-Con — we’ve pulled together some highlights in our links above. There’s also the non-Marvel news of a …
The 2022 Yoga 9i might not be the best-looking 2-in-1, but according to Engadget’s Sam Rutherford, its performance, battery life and audio are some of the best on a modern convertible. For the latest model, Lenovo has also increased the aspect ratio to 16:10, which gives you a bit of extra display for improved productivity, while also adding a gorgeous OLED screen option. And unlike a lot of its rivals, the Yoga 9i includes some handy accessories, including a stylus and a protective travel sleeve, meaning you don’t have to pay extra.
Study influencers on Tiktok are showcasing study tips, math tutoring and even college application help, all aimed at furthering your learning. It’s still a good idea to limit how much time you spend scrolling. And watching study-themed TikToks is not a substitute for… actually studying.
Automakers are frequently keen to show off self-driving concept cars without steering wheels, but Baidu is close to putting a vehicle like this on real-world roads. The tech giant has unveiled a new robotaxi, the Apollo RT6, with a removable steering wheel. The option lets ride hailing services offer more space for passengers — maybe for extra seats or even desks. The car will cost businesses the equivalent of $37,000 in China, and it should first enter use with Baidu’s own Apollo Go service in 2023.
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