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Apple employees are not afraid of layoffs and do not want to return to the office

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Apple employees have filed a petition against the company’s plan to require workers to return to office work three days a week starting next month, Apple employees have reportedly filed.

Earlier this month, Apple told corporate employees they must return to the office three days a week. The new plan requires employees to come to the office on Tuesday, Thursday and the third day of the week, which varies by department.

However, a growing number of Apple employees are unhappy with the new plan. The source cites a petition formed by the Apple Together group. Apple has been looking to get employees back into personal work for some time now. Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that “personal collaboration is very important to the company’s culture.” Apple Together counters that the “consensus from senior management” doesn’t take into account the “many good reasons” why some employees are “happier and more productive” working outside the office.

Apple employees are not afraid of layoffs and do not want to return to the office

The group is demanding that Apple allow employees to work with their line manager to determine how they work and that they are not subject to “high-level approvals” and “complicated procedures.”

The petition says that Apple “should encourage, not ban, flexible working” in which employees can “feel comfortable ‘thinking differently’ together.” Apple’s current plan to have employees work in the office three days a week starts September 5th.

Earlier it was reported that Apple fired employees a couple of weeks before the announcement of the iPhone 14.

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Acer decided to enter the video card market, starting with Intel adapters. Introduced unusual design Arc A770 Predator BiFrost

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Acer decided to enter the video card market and not with Nvidia or AMD products. Acer has unveiled its first 3D card today and it’s the Arc A770 Predator BiFrost.

Acer decided to enter the video card market, starting with Intel adapters.  Introduced unusual design Arc A770 Predator BiFrost

Whether Acer will release only Intel cards is still unknown. In this case, we can see a non-reference design, two eight-pin power connectors at once (the reference card has 6 + 8 connectors) and a very unusual cooling system with two fans, which are very different both in size and design. The smaller one is completely similar to the centrifugal one, but it is impossible to say for sure from one image.

There is also no data on the Acer card yet. Recall, Arc A770 has 8 or 16 GB of memory and 4096 FP32 blocks. The card is priced at $330 or $350, depending on the version. Intel also introduced the more affordable Arc A750, priced at $290.

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Camera module for half a smartphone. Tecno Phantom X2 camera block looks bigger than Xiaomi 12s Ultra

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Camera module for half a smartphone Tecno Phantom X2 camera

In the FCC database, the Tecno Phantom X2 smartphone was lit up, which, first of all, will impress with the dimensions of the main camera module.

Camera module for half a smartphone.  Tecno Phantom X2 camera block looks bigger than Xiaomi 12s Ultra

As you can see in the drawing, the module will be huge. In terms of the size ratio of the module to the size of the smartphone itself, it is even larger than that of the Xiaomi 12s Ultra.

Of course, the dimensions of the module do not at all mean that the new Tecno will also have a large inch image sensor. Given what the company produces, this is unlikely.

As for other parameters, the FCC base says a 5040 mAh battery with 45-watt charging and Bluetooth 5.3.

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With a camera like the Galaxy S23 and a large 6.8-inch screen. Published high-quality renderings of the budget Samsung Galaxy A14

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With a camera like the Galaxy S23 and a large

This week, high-quality renders of the promising Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 + were leaked to the Web, and now the source has published high-quality images of a much simpler and cheaper model – the Galaxy A14. At the same time, some technical characteristics are also given.

With a camera like the Galaxy S23 and a large 6.8-inch screen.  Published high-quality renderings of the budget Samsung Galaxy A14

Perhaps the most interesting thing here is the execution of the main camera with “island” (as if separate) modules. The Galaxy S23/S23+ should get the same external camera. But there will be no embedded camera on the screen: the Galaxy A14 will receive an Infinity-U display with a drop-shaped front camera. But the screen itself will become larger – the diagonal will be 6.8 inches.

With a camera like the Galaxy S23 and a large 6.8-inch screen.  Published high-quality renderings of the budget Samsung Galaxy A14

With a camera like the Galaxy S23 and a large 6.8-inch screen.  Published high-quality renderings of the budget Samsung Galaxy A14

Galaxy A14 dimensions will be 167.7 x 78.7 x 9.3 mm. The phone is credited with an almost flat side frame, a side fingerprint scanner, a USB-C port. There will also be a standard headphone jack.

With a camera like the Galaxy S23 and a large 6.8-inch screen.  Published high-quality renderings of the budget Samsung Galaxy A14

With a camera like the Galaxy S23 and a large 6.8-inch screen.  Published high-quality renderings of the budget Samsung Galaxy A14

Steve Hemmerstoffer, known on Twitter as Onleaks, is behind the leak of these images. He previously published renders of Xiaomi 12 and Xiaomi 12 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S21, Sony Xperia XZ4, Google Pixel 4 XL, Huawei Mate 40 Pro, Sony Xperia 10 III before their official premiere, and all these leaks were subsequently confirmed.

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