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Apple sues renowned 3D designer over realistic renders

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Apple enlisted local law firms around the world to convince content creators and social media hotlines to stop disclosing Apple trade secrets.

In particular, it became known that the company turned to lawyers in the Netherlands, suing the designer Jermaine Smit, known under the nickname Concept Creator. In recent years, this person has created a huge number of realistic renders of new products from Apple and other companies. Just this week, he posted renders and a video of the iPhone 13 Pro.

LetsGoDigital, which has partnered with Concept Creator, contacted Amsterdam-based law firm Hofhuis Alkema Groen Advocaten for further clarification. The 5-page letter refers to “stolen information.” In particular, the published renders of the Airpods Max are mentioned. Such content damages the company and “makes it impossible for Apple to surprise customers with new product announcements.” Apple is demanding that Jermaine immediately cease his “harmful activities.” “If this request is not met, Apple is ready to take any legal action necessary to protect its interests,” – said in the letter.

Jermaine Smith clarified that the renders of the AirPods Max and other devices were created by him based on information that is freely available on the Internet. In the case of AirPods Max, photos of new products have already appeared on the web, on the basis of which he created high-quality models.

Apple is very strict in running its business and goes to great lengths to maintain the design of its new products. However, not a single Apple product appeared on the market, information about which had not previously leaked to the Network. The company works with numerous suppliers, so the risk of leaks is always very high.

I am unpleasantly surprised by the letter from Apple, because I do not consider myself a distributor of information at all. I just want to create 3D concepts and develop with it. Now I have to think about how to deal with this future.

Jermaine Smith

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Samsung has released a smartphone that neither Xiaomi, nor Huawei, nor Realme offers the likes of. Introduced secure Galaxy XCover6 Pro with a removable battery

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Samsung has released a smartphone that neither Xiaomi nor Huawei

Samsung has introduced a secure smartphone Galaxy XCover6 Pro. The manufacturer has not yet revealed the price, but earlier there were rumors about 600 euros. The device will go on sale in July.

Samsung has released a smartphone that neither Xiaomi, nor Huawei, nor Realme offers the likes of.  Introduced secure Galaxy XCover6 Pro with a removable battery

Unlike many of its predecessors, the Galaxy XCover6 Pro offers far from the most basic specs. The heart here is the Snapdragon 778G, which means that the XCover6 Pro is more productive than most Samsung smartphones in the Galaxy A line.

The device has 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of flash memory that can be expanded with microSD cards, a 50-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide resolution, a 13-megapixel front camera, and a 6.6-inch IPS screen with a resolution of Full HD + with support for 120 Hz. The display is covered with the latest Glass Victus + glass, but probably a film is glued on top, as is usually the case with secure smartphones.

The battery capacity is small by today’s standards and amounts to 4050 mAh, but the device’s battery is removable, that is, you can replace it yourself by simply opening the back cover. Moreover, hot swapping is supported.

Also worth noting is a USB-C 3.2 port, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, two customizable buttons, and DeX support. As for protection, we are talking about IP68 and the MIL-STD-810H standard.

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Published the first live photo of the virtual reality helmet Sony PlayStation VR2

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Published the first live photo of the virtual reality helmet

The PlayStation VR2 virtual reality helmet has not yet got a release date, but its photo has already appeared on the network. Developers from Bit Planet Games have published a photo of new items. True, then they promptly deleted the photo, but copies have already been distributed over the network.

Published the first live photo of the virtual reality helmet

The new helmet is being created for the PlayStation 5 console, although many hope to be compatible with the PC. The novelty is expected to receive OLED displays with a resolution of 2000 x 2040 per eye, support for HDR, a frequency of 120 Hz and a viewing angle of 110 degrees. The novelty is also credited with eye tracking and a single data and power cable, while the new controllers will receive adaptive triggers and an advanced vibration mechanism.

The new helmet is said to support Horizon Call of the Mountain, No Man’s Sky, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners: Retrebution and Resident Evil Village. Other games are also expected to appear.

There is no exact release date yet, it is assumed that the helmet will appear in the first half of 2023. He is credited with a cost of 400 euros.

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FCC asks Google and Apple to remove TikTok app from stores

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FCC asks Google and Apple to remove TikTok app from

In the US, a new stage of confrontation between the authorities and TikTok has begun. FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr wrote letters to Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai and Apple CEO Tim Cook. In them, he demanded that TikTok be removed from the Google Play and App Store stores.

FCC asks Google and Apple to remove TikTok app from

According to Carr, the application collects and transfers too much sensitive data, and then the program transfers them to Beijing. Carr noted that the application can save drafts, has access to search history, intercepts button presses, tracks biometrics, and also has access to text, images and videos on the clipboard.

“TikTok is not just an app for sharing funny videos and memes. This is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, ”the American official said. He also stated that a recent study showed that TikTok employees in China had access to the personal data of American users.

Stores were given until July 8 to remove the app or justify their refusal to do so. Note that this is not the first confrontation between the Chinese application and the US authorities. Previously, ByteDance companies wanted to ban transactions on TikTok.

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