The iPhone 7 will lose the traditional headphone jack and will include a number of key changes from the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Bloomberg reports.According to anonymous sources who are familiar with the iPhone 7 s development the long-rumoured removal of the 3.5mm audio jack has been confirmed, instead requiring either Bluetooth headphones or headphones that are compatible with the iPhone s Lightning connector.Seemingly confirming rumours from earlier in the year the smaller iPhone will not be receiving this camera upgrade.Finally both iPhone models will get a redesigned Home Button which replaces the physical click mechanism for a pressure-sensitive panel that will cause the phone to vibrate when touched.While many of these features have been reported on before this is by far our strongest lead yet.Bloomberg s Mark Gurman is well known for breaking major Apple stories and it s unlikely he would feature an anonymous source unless he was pretty certain it was accurate.
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Under CEO Tim Cook, who is a well known health buff, Apple has steadily increased its focus on personal health.The Apple Watch, HealthKit, ResearchKit and the announcement of CareKit are all pieces in Apple's health-driven future.A new rumor from Taiwan's Economic Daily News via Macotara reports Apple has been working on a standalone health-tracking device for the past two years.The purported product can reportedly track heart rates, pulse, blood sugar changes and more accurately.It may also make use of pressure-sensitive technology along the lines of 3D Touch, the pressure-sensitive technology in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.According to the report, Apple is looking for appropriate component suppliers and manufacturers to potentially realize the product for launch sometime in 2017 possibly alongside next year's revamped iPhones .
Sports manufacturer Wilson has announced the pricing and availability of its smart American football - the X Connected Football.The $200 ball which begins shipping next month, is designed for wannabe quarterbacks and will track speed and distance of the throw.It ll also measure the all-important spiral efficiency and spiral rate, which have such a profound effect on the previous two metrics.The chip and gyroscope embedded in the X Connected Football will even measure whether the ball has been caught or dropped and the non-chargeable chip will last for a whopping 200,000 throws.Naturally, it s also equipped with Bluetooth so all of the stats are communicated back to a mobile app, which also features mini-games simulating in-game situationsUnfortunately, for New England Patriots QB Tom Brady, there s nothing that can cause the ball to lose air pressure at any given moment.
We're about a month away from the iPhone 7 launch, and by now we must have had every leak, rumour, and pre-release report possible.But just when you thought there was nothing left to leak, Bloomberg has reported the upcoming handset could arrive with a pressure-sensitive home button.In fairness, this isn't the first we've heard of such a feature, with rumours of a new home button surfacing earlier this year.But Bloomberg's report adds a lot of credence to the idea.Citing 'people familiar with the matter', the report claims Apple is readying an 'updated home button' which will feature haptic feedback instead of a physical click – similar to the trackpads on MacBooks.Reports suggest we could see a dual camera setup on the iPhone 7
The days of failing home buttons on your iPhone could soon be over.Corroborating previous rumors, Bloomberg reports the iPhone 7 will sport a new pressure-sensitive home button.The new button will not physically click, but will use haptic feedback technology — similar to the Force Touch and 3D Touch technology used in Apple's new MacBook trackpads and the iPhone 6S — to simulate the feeling of a press.There are several advantages to a capacitive home button.A touch-sensitive button that doesn't actually depress when pressed is likely to have fewer mechanical parts, leading to a lower failure rate.This change could mean fewer people will fear mechanical breakdown, and thus won't need to use iOS's AssistiveTouch feature.
Want to take to the sidewalk on your skateboard, powering yourself forward at hitherto unimaginable speeds by way of a motorized stick that makes you resemble the world s most futuristic gondolier?Okay, so this incredibly specific fantasy doesn t leave you with too many competing options — but it s a market niche more than catered to by Rise Robotics new KickStick.In short, the KickStick is basically a motor at the end of a stick — or to be more precise, a 3 horsepower, direct drive, in-hub brushless motor at the end of a staff.Used a bit like an oar, the stick features a motorized wheel on the end and a pressure-based throttle capable of pushing your skateboard up to 30 mph.It ll soon be available to the general public.The backstory behind KickStick was when Blake Sessions, our inventor here at Rise Robotics, was measuring the torque of a brushless motor by clamping it to a long rod he had laying around, Kyle Dell Aquila, industrial designer at Rise Robotics, told Digital Trends.
Apple's next iPhone is expected to be released at the beginning of SeptemberApple is gearing up to release the latest generation of the iPhone next month, which could feature a pressure-sensitive home button and come with headphones that connect to the Lightning port.The iPhone 7 is likely to be unveiled in early September at Apple's annual event, before going on sale later in the month.The new devices will have an all-new home button that works like the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus' "3D Touch" display, according to Bloomberg.Rather than being a switch that users have to physically press, the phones will use haptic feedback in a similar way to the latest MacBook track pads and the iPhone 6s' "3D Touch" feature.The suggestion follows the announcement of a raft of changes coming to the iPhone's lock screen in iOS 10, the latest version of Apple's mobile software that is expected to be released along with the next iPhone.
Via the sensors in the simmarens gloves are converted rivers to the sound being analyzed, and be intercepted in the simmarens headphones.the Floods around a swimmer can be intercepted and be an aid to increase the speed.At the OLYMPIC games in Brazil took Sara Sjöström, gold in the 100 metres fjärilssim and set a new world record with a time 55,48 seconds.16 hundredths better than the previous record.Now, say researchers at the Universität Bielefeld in Germany to a new training method, can make the swimmers even faster.They turn the water pressure and currents around the swimmer to the sound in real time be listened to through headphones in the basin.
Google s self-driving car Chief Technical Officer CTO Chris Urmson has left the company after serving seven and half years with the team.Chris Urmson was a research scientist at the Carnegie Mellon University, before he joined Google in 2009.Back then, the self driving car was a secret project of the search major and Urmson took over as team lead, after Sebastian Thrun , the founder of Google X lab, quit in 2013.According to New York Times, the search engine giant has plans to float the self driving car project as a separate entity, a subsidiary under the Alphabet group of companies.There are reports that Google X is under pressure from its parent company to demonstrate financial gains from its projects.The self driving car project is a promising new technology, but it could take several years before a commercial version of the project could be released to the general public.
At this point we have a pretty good idea of what to expect from the iPhone 7 and while a brand new design probably won't happen before 2017 there could be three major new features on the phone.According to "people familiar with the matter" talking to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, the iPhone 7 will have a pressure-sensitive home button, no 3.5mm headphone jack and, in the case of the larger iPhone 7 Plus, a dual-lens camera.We've heard all of this before a number of times, but this time there's more detail to the leaks.The camera, for example will apparently be able to take brighter, more detailed photos with the two sensors, which "each capture color differently", simultaneously taking a photo and merging them into a single image.Supposedly the camera can also sharpen photos taken in low-light and allows users to zoom in while maintaining more clarity.It's a system that sounds closer to the Huawei P9's monochrome and color sensor pairing than the LG G5's dual-camera which has a second lens for wide angle shots, though there's no mention of monochrome here, so it could well take a different approach to either of its main dual-lens rivals.
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