Hey guys, how are you doing today, hope its chilly as winter approaches. about my posts and how i get them is simple, i dont get them first hand, i go to others blogs and read and rewrite them. sorry about that guys. i dont know how it will make me look like but if it counts i always give credits to the original writer.
So today, we would be looking at the new Iphone 12 launch apples newest phone. so what do you think about this phone? lets create a conversation in the comment section below. so as i read from the CNET website which i quote ”
The camera for Apple’s iPad and Watch event last month zoomed around the spaceship-shaped headquarters, inspirational, thumping orchestral music playing as it rose up to meet the clear blue sky and shining sun before dropping down to a transition shot to find CEO Tim Cook walking the glass-lined halls of the corporate HQ. A large free-standing rainbow sculpture could be seen off on the right, in the center of Apple Park. With the invites for Apple’s Oct. 13 event out,you can anticipate the same kind of spectacle for the upcoming iPhone 12.
In other words, picture perfect.
t’s the kind of polish you’d expect from Apple, which spares no expense when it comes to presenting the image of flawlessness, whether in its devices or its product launches. The kind of cinematic approach Apple takes with its virtual product unveilings, which before the coronavirus were more-standard, keynote-on-stage affairs, has redefined what these online events should look like in the age of COVID-19.
Heck, the zippy presentations and slick transitions even raise the question of whether we need in-person events at all (to be clear, I’m a firm believer that we still do).
But the downside of committing to such slick presentations, which are often created days if not weeks in advance, is missing out on more-current events. That clear blue sky in the live stream was anything but at the time, with wildfires that have raged along the West Coast of the US, killing at least 35 people and forcing hundreds of thousands to evacuate their homes amid haunting scenes of red and orange skies and air heavy with ash and smoke.
In California, the blazes now qualify for the designation “gigafire,” because they’ve burned at least a million acres. That’s a step above “megafire,” which is 100,000 acres.
Apple notably didn’t mention this disaster during its September event, despite its headquarters being based in Cupertino, California, a few miles from two wildfires that are still raging — one in Portola Redwoods State Park and another in Big Basin State Park, according to the nonprofit Fire, Weather & Avalanche Center. Here’s hoping that at its iPhone event, Apple offers a nod to the work still being done to fight this disaster.
Though the September Apple event was likely recorded ahead of the wildfires, there was still an odd disconnect between the polished scenes at Apple Park and the grimmer reality around California. The event saw Cook and his executive team unveil new iPads, two Apple Watches and the Apple One subscription service. “