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Apple has confirmed the date for its next product launch, sending out invites for an online event on October 13.
The event is expected to show off three new iPhones with the invite featuring the phrase high speed, a possible nod to a 5g device Analysts are also expecting upgrades like better cameras, faster chips, and of course Apple's newest software iOS 14.
The event kicks off at 10am pacific time next Tuesday.
Facebook and Twitter have blocked posts from President Donald Trump for violating rules on misinformation.
On Tuesday, the social networks took action against a post from President Trump that falsely suggested seasonal flu was more deadly than COVID-19.
Facebook removed the post, though it had more than 290,000 reactions before it was removed while Twitter hidden behind a message warning about spreading misleading and potentially harmful information.
And Instagram has officially turned 10 The photo sharing app is marking a decade since it launched on Apple's App Store back in 2010.
With a bunch of updates and a cool easter egg that lets you switch out the app icon for a retro design.
The app is also rolling out a stories map that lets you privately see a map of stories you've shared over the past three years.
As well as new well being features that hide offensive comments.
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