Tesla's Cybertruck is further delayed, ABBA releases new music and virtual concert plans
Speaker 1: This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now, apple is announced they will hold off on launching iOS features designed to protect children from sexual predators. The move comes after users, researchers, and several advocacy groups, express concerns over privacy. Earlier in August, apple said iOS 15 and Mac OS Montey would be able to detect child exploit images and videos on users, devices. It would've converted the images into code and compared them against a national database to verify if you had dreams of cruising [00:00:30] around in your new Tesla Cybert truck. Next year, you'll meet a little more patients. Elon Musk Tesla's CEO reportedly announced in an internal meeting that the truck would be ready for production by the end 2022 much later than expected. Supposedly hundreds of thousands of people are on the preorder list for these futuristic all electric trucks. And finally, an entertainment news.
Speaker 1: ABA is back. The Swedish pop group has reunited after nearly 40 years with a new album and plans for a concert experience. [00:01:00] With virtual versions of themselves, two of the new songs were released this week and high demand crashed their online music store and may of next year, their concert series called voyage begins in a special theater in London, the group where motion captures suits and performed their new music in front of 160 cameras. In order to create computer generated images of what the group looked like in 1979, tickets go on sale September 7th and the full album will be released in November. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.