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Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro introduced. 50-megapixel camera, IP68, Android 13 out of the box and far from the most powerful Tensor G2 platform

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Today at the next Made by Google event, the American company introduced its new smartphones – Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. These are the first models in the world with Android 13 out of the box (and they will receive security updates for five years) and the only ones based on the Tensor 2 single-chip platform, which, alas, has not become faster than MediaTek and Qualcomm SoCs.

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro introduced.  50-megapixel camera, IP68, Android 13 out of the box and far from the most powerful Tensor G2 platform

Google did not focus on performance in the first Tensor, nor does the second generation SoC. About 800,000 points in AnTuTu is the level of Snapdragon 888/888 Plus. However, users of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro do not need more power – these are not gaming models. At the same time, due to the optimization of Android 13 in real use cases, new items may be better than other flagships. And, of course, the emphasis in SoC is on the capabilities of AI and machine learning (especially for the camera): in this regard, Tensor G2 should be, if not ahead, then at the level of other top SoCs.

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro introduced.  50-megapixel camera, IP68, Android 13 out of the box and far from the most powerful Tensor G2 platform

The CPU is represented by two Cortex-X1 cores, two Cortex-A76 and four Cortex-A55 cores. The configuration is the same as in the first Tensor, but the frequencies are slightly higher. But the GPU is new – Arm Mali-G710 MC10 instead of Mali-G78. It is on it that the greatest burden falls when accelerating AI tasks. Each model has two configurations: 8/128 and 8/256 GB for the Pixel 7 and 12/128 and 12/256 GB for the Pixel 7 Pro.

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro introduced.  50-megapixel camera, IP68, Android 13 out of the box and far from the most powerful Tensor G2 platform

In general, both models support wireless charging, are equipped with Titan M2 chips and are protected from dust and water in accordance with the IP68 degree. The front cameras are also the same – with 10.8 megapixel sensors and support for 4K video recording.

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro introduced.  50-megapixel camera, IP68, Android 13 out of the box and far from the most powerful Tensor G2 platform

The Pixel 7 camera is represented by two modules. The main one has a 50-megapixel sensor, a wide-angle lens and optical stabilization, the other one has a 12-megapixel sensor and an ultra-wide-angle lens. The Pixel 7 Pro has a third module – with a 48 MP sensor and a lens that provides 5x optical zoom. Accordingly, the maximum zoom in Pixel 7 is 8x, in Pixel 7 Pro – 30x.

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro introduced.  50-megapixel camera, IP68, Android 13 out of the box and far from the most powerful Tensor G2 platform

The Pixel 7 Pro features a 6.7-inch OLED screen with QHD+ resolution and a 120Hz frame rate. The Pixel 7 has a simpler display: 6.3 inches, Full HD + and 90 Hz.

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro introduced.  50-megapixel camera, IP68, Android 13 out of the box and far from the most powerful Tensor G2 platform

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro introduced.  50-megapixel camera, IP68, Android 13 out of the box and far from the most powerful Tensor G2 platform

The battery capacity of the Pixel 7 Pro was 5000 mAh, the battery capacity of the Pixel 7 was 4355 mAh. For Pixel 7 in the basic configuration, they ask for $ 600 or 650 euros, for Pixel 7 Pro – $ 900 or 900 euros. Pre-orders are accepted from today, retail sales will start on October 13th.

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Named the best apps and games for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV and Apple Watch

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Named the best apps and games for iPhone iPad Mac

Apple has announced the winners of the annual App Store Awards, naming the 16 best apps and games presented in the App Store in 2022.

This year’s winners represent a diverse community of developers from around the world whose apps and games have been selected by the Apple App Store editorial team for “exceptional experiences and deep cultural impact.”

This year’s App Store Award winners have reimagined our app experience with a fresh and thoughtful perspective. From self-taught soloists to international teams operating around the world, these entrepreneurs make a significant impact and represent how apps and games affect our communities and lives.

Tim Cook, Apple CEO

Named the best apps and games for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV and Apple Watch

iPhone App of the Year is BeReal, which lets you share photos and chat with friends. It does not have filters and masks, so the pictures are as vivid as possible, close to reality. Apex Legends Mobile was named the best game for iPhone.

The iPad App of the Year was GoodNotes 5 by Time Base Technology Limited, which “takes digital note-taking to the next level with best-in-class Apple Pencil support.”

For Mac computers, MacFamilyTree 10 was the best app, which will be appreciated by genealogists, and for Apple Watch smartwatches, the Gentler Streak app was chosen.

You can see the full list of applications, including eight games, on the Apple website.

Recall that the former top manager criticized the App Store in a recent article.

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Xiaomi has declassified the “Project Blade”: the minimum firmware size, the minimum occupied memory and the minimum non-removable applications

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Xiaomi has declassified the Project Blade the minimum firmware size

Today, Xiaomi revealed interesting details about the MIUI 14 firmware, which will debut simultaneously with the Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro flagships. It turned out that its second name is “Project Blade” (Razor Project). Apparently, this name was given due to the fact that in MIUI 14 the developers tried to get rid of everything superfluous. In all senses.

Xiaomi has declassified the

Firstly, the firmware itself will be smaller: the software file size is reduced by 23% compared to the same MIUI 13 file. This means that at least MIUI 14 will download faster.

Xiaomi has declassified the

Secondly, the memory management system (RAM) in MIUI 14 works more aggressively. As a result, the user will get more free memory.

Xiaomi has declassified the

Thirdly, in MIUI 14, Xiaomi will allow you to delete any application, except for the eight main ones (dialer, SMS client, browser, standard camera application, etc.).

Xiaomi has declassified the

According to rumors, MIUI 14 should be the first MIUI 14 firmware in a long time that will not have built-in ads. However, the company has not yet confirmed this long-awaited “feature”.

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Apple’s App Store ‘has become an ad-infested copycat of itself,’ says former company senior manager

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Apples App Store has become an ad infested copycat of itself

Business Insider published an article titled “Apple’s App Store has become an ad-infested copycat of itself, which is not good for iPhone users or developers.”

Its author is Michael Gartenberg, a former senior marketing manager at Apple, who also worked at Gartner, Jupiter Research, and the Altimeter Group. He is also an Apple shareholder.

Unfortunately, the app store is no longer the crown jewel of the Apple ecosystem. These days, it seems like it’s more about boosting Apple’s revenue than serving customers or helping developers thrive.

But that wasn’t always the case, as Michael Gartenberg argues: “Ask any Apple executive what makes Apple special, and the answer will almost always be the Apple ecosystem—the company’s (previously) unique position in building both hardware and software with tight integration. Apple realized back in the 90s that better hardware and software didn’t matter much without apps.”

Apple's App Store 'has become an ad-infested copycat of itself,' says former company senior manager

According to him, the App Store was created to provide the beautiful hardware and elegant operating system of the iPhone with thousands of applications created by programmers running their own application business. Apple carefully selected the apps it featured prominently, helping the best developers gain exposure and helping users find the best choice for their needs. Apple takes a commission for this.

Now, after 15 years of using the iPhone, I see how the app store has become a copycat of itself. The first problem I had was with the ads, which are getting more and more intrusive. I don’t mind ads in general, but the way Apple uses them in the app store has gotten really annoying. For example, when I search for an app, I get bombarded with ads for other apps and sometimes even products that are not related to what I’m looking for.

He also stated that the App Store has all sorts of applications that are “garbage”, and the recommendations work very strangely. Sometimes a person who is looking for a gambling addiction treatment app is offered a gambling app.

I remember Apple founder Steve Jobs boasting that no ads were part of Apple’s ethos. “No ads. We create products that we want for ourselves, and we just don’t need advertising,” Jobs said back in 2011. As an owner of Apple shares, I understand that Apple, driven by the ever-hungry demands of Wall Street, uses advertising to increase revenue. After all, Apple is a commercial enterprise. But as a longtime Apple customer, I mourn the days when the need for revenue didn’t take precedence over the need to serve customers.

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