Apple debuts line of iPhone 11s, Nintendo's new fitness gadget
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In addition to a new iPad and watch, Apple debuted the new family of iPhone 11 devices.
The standard iPhone 11 gets a dual camera configuration with night mode, it will come in six colors.
Under the hood, if features a new A13 Bionic chip and will start at 699.
The iPhone 11 Pro and the 11 Pro Max each sport a trio of cameras with a super Retina XDR [UNKNOWN] displays in the front.
They both use that same A13 bionic chip inside, but with serious updates to the phone's camera systems, which is primary focus of the new devices.
The 11 Pro and the 11 Pro Mass will start at 999 and 1099 respectively, but that's just for 64 gigabytes inside.
You'll need to spend $150 more to get up to 256 gigabytes.
I intend to introduce a new game called ring fit adventure that will come bundled with two fitness accessories for the joy con controller.
A leg strap, and circular controller holder called Ring-Con.
You play the game by running in place or flexing the ring amongst other physical activities.
Ring Fit Adventure will also include fitness mini games.
The game bundle will cost $80 and will be available in mid October.
Finally, California's Senate passed legislation Tuesday Can allow for drivers of ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft to be classified as employees rather than as independent contractors.
This would give workers more protections like over time and minimum wage, and the right to unionize.
It's now up to governor Gavin Newsom to decide.
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