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Four years after releasing the iPhone SE Apple is reportedly once again looking to offer a more affordable iPhone, possibly called the iPhone SE2 or iPhone nine.
The device is rumored to launch in March.
But, the corona virus outbreak could delay those plans.
Mass production of the new low cost iPhone was supposed to start by the end of this month, but might be delayed till March.
A report from Bloomberg said the low cost iPhone is still on track, but noted that Apple's plans are fluid.
billionaire Jeff Bezos announced Monday he will launch a $10 billion fund to fight climate change.
The Amazon CEO said in an Instagram post that the Bezos Earth Fund will fund any effort that offers a real possibility to help preserve and protect the world.
Climate change is the biggest threat to our planet, Bezos wrote in the post.
I want to work alongside others both to amplify known ways and to explore new ways of fighting the devastating impact Of climate change on this planet we all share.
And finally, Ring on Tuesday said all of its customers will now be required to use a second layer of verification also known as two-factor authentication when signing into accounts.
The move comes after a series of incidents last year In which hackers took over ring cameras and households around the country.
And as the Amazon owned company has faced scrutiny over security measures.
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