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New iPhones expected to be unveiled October 13

Apple confirmed what many analysts had expected: that it would introduce new editions of the iPhone on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at a virtual event.



Apple's next iPhone event


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Apple’s next iPhone event

“Hi, Speed,” is the title of the invite Apple sent Tuesday to media, but the general public is also invited to watch, beginning at 1 p.m. ET on Apple’s website and YouTube channel.

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Update: From Apple to Xbox: Mark your calendar. Here come the new fall gadgets

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Wearables: Smartwatch upgrade: How Apple, Samsung, Fitbit, Garmin’s latest devices compare on health features

The “speed,” refers to the new iPhone models, which are expected to connect to the new, faster, wireless standard of 5G, which is rolling out nationally from AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. While the current 5G in the United States is not considerably

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Apple Watch Series 6 unveiled: ‘The future of health is on your wrist’

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The new Apple Watch Series 6.


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This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters.

Apple’s popular smartwatch is getting an update, called the Apple Watch Series 6, with a key new health sensor, as well as features focused on making the gadget easier to use with kids. The new sensor for the Apple Watch can measure your blood oxygen level in 15 seconds, Apple said, and will also track your blood oxygen in the background. The feature adds to 2019’s Apple Watch Series 5, which Apple used to introduce technology that enabled an always-on display, turning its Watch into more of a watch, as opposed to the wrist computer some people consider it to be.

“The future of health is on your wrist,” Apple said in one of its promo videos.

Apple also announced new services

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Glimpse of Human-Computer Symbiosis Future Unveiled at SMC2020

The adoption of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) simulation software, and High Performance Computing (HPC) have demonstrated explosive new growth during this decade. What was considered supercomputing ten years ago, is now available to anyone for rent on the cloud. And yet, we are only on the foothills compared to the mountain of new adoption that is about to occur. Growth achieved so far was driven by the compute-constrained nature of CAE, and the fact that modern compute power and price have met those constraints.

A GURU session, depicted in: https://vimeo.com/452700313

The next liftoff will come from addressing the expertise-barrier — the fact that months to years of training is needed to adopt one new simulation package, and that the manual time to set up a new simulation is longer than the time it takes to run it.

Presenting some of their latest efforts to minimize the human workload needed to

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