🕷Facebook faces pressure to shut down Instagram kids’ plan ❗Amazon destroyed 2 million fake products in 2020 🤢The next iPhone in 2023 will receive a major upgrade❗

12.05.2021 at 02.00 am


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Most of the current conversations about the iPhone concern the iPhone 13, which is expected to be seen in September, and it is said: It comes with an improved screen and an improved camera, but we can also talk at the moment about some rumors and leaks regarding the iPhone 15 as well.

5G modems for the iPhone are starting to debut in 2023, just in time for the iPhone 15, said analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the most reliable Apple news analysts in the field.

This means that Apple will no longer have to rely on the component it currently takes from Qualcomm, forcing the chipmaker to enter new markets in order to compensate for the loss of orders from Apple.

The iPhone 12 series was the first from Apple to come with 5G capabilities, so the 2023 update may be the first to take a big step in terms of 5G performance.

And previous expectations had indicated that the iPhone that includes a 5G modem made by Apple could appear in 2022, but this seems optimistic now, as Kuo says: The chips appear in 2023 at the earliest, so it could be after that.

And now WhatsApp appears to be listening to the demands and testing an online app that does not require a connected phone, The latest version of the WhatsApp Web Beta Platform included the following note for those involved: You do not need to keep your phone connected to use WhatsApp Web, Computer App, and Portal.

The trial version also indicates that up to four devices can be used simultaneously.

There are many reasons why you might not carry your mobile phone while sitting in front of the computer, which would prevent you from using the non-portable version of the service.

Let’s go to Amazon now guys,

Amazon’s campaign against sellers of counterfeit products continues through its platform, with 2 million products confiscated and destroyed in 2020.

The e-commerce giant, known for its shopping events as Prime Day, allows outside sellers around the world to promote their merchandise through its platform, however, it suffers from counterfeit products.

Fakes, counterfeits, poor quality, misleading images, and more are alluded to in buyer reviews, and there are a large number of fraud that Amazon is trying to spot and remove.

While some sellers abuse the platform in overt ways, others continue to trade undetected.

However, Amazon wants to eliminate counterfeiting via the platform, and in order to assess the company’s progress, it has released its first public brand protection report.

According to the report, which documents anti-counterfeiting activities during 2020, there were increasing attempts to commit fraud and display counterfeit products, which led to the confiscation of millions of products sent to their centers, which were subsequently destroyed.

« Amazon destroyed those products to prevent them from being resold elsewhere in the supply chain, » the company says.

The e-commerce giant added that more than 10 billion suspicious lists were blocked before it was published, and more than 6 million attempts to create accounts for sellers suspected of fraud were prevented.

Now, Facebook!

Facebook has begun testing a new feature in the form of a popup that asks users if they are sure they want to share an article they haven’t opened and urges them to open the link at least before sharing it.

Years after bad behavior began to emerge, social media companies are trying to discover subtle ways to reshape how people use their platforms.

Although the pop-up prompts users to read the article, they can also choose to continue sharing it if they want to.

Facebook aims, through this step, to make people rethink their original motivations for sharing the misleading or false content that currently dominates the platform by adding some steps to the experience as a whole.

I hope that!

YouTube has rolled out in-app creators of Shorts for all US users, and is adding four brand new features.

After a beta release in March, Short is now ready for use by all users across the United States.

US content makers can use the Shorts camera on the YouTube mobile app to record, edit and publish clips.

When recording videos with the Shorts camera, users can switch between a maximum of 15 seconds or a maximum of 60 seconds, and this increases the length of the Shorts videos via YouTube, which were previously set in 15 seconds.

YouTube creators can switch to different filters in the recording and editing screens within the Shorts cam, and the filters allow users to colorize the right footage or change the look and feel of the video.

Microsoft has released an update to its OneDrive cloud storage service for Android that allows users to cast media to a compatible Chromecast device and other streaming devices.

Microsoft’s cloud storage plays a minor role for most Android users in the presence of Google Drive.

But those who have invested heavily in Office 365, or Windows in general, still want a good cloud storage app from the software giant

In February, Microsoft introduced an update that saw the OneDrive app get a new Home screen layout and support for Samsung Motion Photos and 8K videos.

The updated Home screen layout also displays recently accessed files, files downloaded for offline use, and “On This Day” images.

The software giant also announced a 64-bit version of the OneDrive app for Android for the first time since it launched the service in 2007.

Let’s talk about Facebook and Instagram now:🤫

In an open letter, the National Association of Prosecutors called on Facebook to drop plans for an Instagram platform focused on children under the age of 13.

The letter was signed by 44 different state attorneys general (including non-state states, such as Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Northern Mariana Islands), which represent the majority of the United States.

The message reads: Facebook appears to be not responding, and instead is creating a platform dedicated primarily to children who do not want or do not have an Instagram account, and the attorney general is urging Facebook to abandon its plans to launch this new platform.

The kids-focused Instagram platform’s plans were first reported by a buzzfeed News report in March, and later confirmed by the company.

While the internal emails reported by the report identified the project as a priority for the company, Facebook insisted at the time that there was no set timeline for the launch.

Although the new letter from public prosecutors does not have formal legal authority, it emphasizes the great legal risk that Facebook faces in implementing the project.

Children under the age of 13 in the United States are subject to enhanced legal protection under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA, which lays down particularly strict rules against data collection.

Social networks traditionally complied with this law by banning users under the age of 13, but did not protect them from regulatory action.

Google recently agreed to pay $ 170 million after an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission into collecting company data from YouTube videos featuring content to children.

And prosecutors have been active in implementing COPPA, so the new letter carries with it an implicit legal threat that says: If Facebook continues with its plans to launch Instagram for children, prosecutors are closely monitoring violations of the Children’s Privacy Protection Act online and are keen to bring a case for any violations they find. on her.

Facebook said: It will not sell ads on any Instagram application targeting young children, but it has not backed away from its interest in developing the application.

A Facebook policy representative said: We are just starting to explore a version of Instagram for children, and we agree that any experience we develop should prioritize its safety and privacy, and consult with experts in child development, child safety and mental health, and privacy advocates.

He added: We look forward to working with lawmakers and regulators, including prosecutors in the country, and in addition, today we are committed to not displaying ads via any Instagram experience we develop for people under the age of 13.

God protect our children and your children all.🙏

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