iPhone 12 production delayed? Apple, Google reworking tracing software
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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple may need to push production of it's flagship iPhone 12 back up to a month as rumors suggest the company will release four new devices with screens up to 6.7 inches.
The delay could result in device shortages Though that will of course depend on demand.
Reviews of Google's latest pixel buds are in and they are good.
Our own reviewer loves the overall sound and call quality in addition to an excellent charging case, battery life, it's just about average.
And of course, not all of the pixel buds two features will work with iOS You can check out the full review at CNET.
And finally, Apple and Google are tweaking the collaborative COVID tracing software the two companies are working on to better address privacy concerns.
The technology will be opt in, meaning it won't be turned on by default.
Apple and Google said they changed the contact tracing program to better use encryption, scrambling any identifying information to ensure people can't be tracked.
The companies are also protecting any potentially identifiable information about a person's phone, such as which model of a phone they're using or the signal strength, their transmissions.
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