Apple's new iPads and Macbook Air, PS5 specs announced
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On Wednesday, Apple introduced an updated iPad Pro tablet and a MacBook Air laptop, both of which are available to order online starting now and shipping next week.
The new 11 inch and 13 inch iPads add support for a keyboard and trackpad through a new version of the iPad software.
That's iPadOS 13.4 Also on board are multiple rear cameras, and 8 12z biotic processor and a LiDAR sensor for argumented reality applications.
The MacBook Air which offers 256 gigabytes as a standard in storage, runs on Intel's 10th generation processors.
It uses Apple scissor-based keyboard, as opposed to its prior controversial butterfly keyboard.
Sony has detailed the PS5's architecture.
Powering Sony's new system are both CPU and GPUs made by AMD, along with a custom 825 gigabyte SSD.
Inside are also eight Zen two cores running at 3.5 gigahertz.
The system is capable of 10.28 teraflops, And we'll both 16 gigabytes of G DDR six Ram.
So how do these specs improve the overall experience, you can expect almost no loading times more gain information streaming in, and the ability to boot up games in seconds.
And finally, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday the company has built an Information Center that will direct users to authoritative information About the corona virus.
The new feature will appear at the top of the user's news feed and is part of the social media giants latest effort to combat misinformation about the virus.
The centre will roll out in Italy, France, Germany, Spain, the UK and US within the next 24 hours.
Facebook plans to release it globally to its 2.5 billion users.
Will also include real time information from national health authorities and global agencies such as the World Health Organisation.
Articles, videos and post about social distancing and how to prevent spread of the disease will also be featured.
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