iPhone 11 goes on sale, Huawei unveils Mate 30 Pro
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The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 pro have gone on sale around the world.
With sales kicking off in Australia on Friday morning.
The new devices feature upgraded cameras and most notably a new telephoto lens on the 11 pro.
Apple also opened its redesigned to New York store for the occasion, inviting shoppers in through the gleaming glass cube, that dominates the 59th Street storefront.
Huawei has unveiled its new major 30 Pro, beating the three camera setup on the iPhone 11 Pro, with an impressive for camera array.
But there is one notable absence, while the Mate 30 Pro runs on Android open source, it does not have support for Google Apps meaning no Google Maps, no chrome and no Google Play Store.
And finally, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has announced a plan to make the company carbon neutral by 2014.
The climate pledge announced by basis on Thursday, includes a $100 million investment in reforestation plans to order 100,000 new electric delivery events and a goal of running Amazon's global infrastructure with 100% renewable energy by 2030.
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