Footage showing the unboxing of the new iPhone 12 (red) and iPhone 12 Pro(grey). The new iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPad Air are due to go on sale onFriday. In preparation, Apple has announced a new feature for its retailstores called Shopping Sessions, where customers can book a one-on-one slotwith an Apple Store employee to help select the new product they want. Thesame advice is also being made available online, with customers able to chatwith specialists before deciding on a purchase. For online purchases,contactless delivery is available for all products, Apple said, including thenew iPhone and iPad.
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Cars are becoming smarter, aren’t they? Connectivity on-board allows you to perform several tasks remotely. Thanks to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, we have so many new things on our in-car display. The idea is to assist drivers and people on board with more information, insight, and of course entertainment. The latest to join the bandwagon is Honda City 5th generation.
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Tech giant Apple has recently launched the channel Apple Music TV which is exclusively for music videos. According to The Verge, Apple Music TV is a free, curated, 24-hour live stream of popular music videos where American users can watch videos in the browse tabs of the Apple Music app and on the Apple TV app. The new channel can be seen as a direct shot at YouTube's dominance of the music video space.
Mattel reported a surprise rise in quarterly sales on Thursday and forecast more growth in the holiday season, as retailers rushed to restock their shelves of Barbie dolls and other toys in high demand from stuck-at-home kids. Fred Katayama reports.
A California appeals court on Thursday unanimously ruled against ride-hailing companies Uber Technologies and Lyft, saying they must reclassify their drivers in the state as employees. Fred Katayama reports.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, but remained very high as the labor market recovery shows signs of strain amid a relentless COVID-19 pandemic and ebbing fiscal stimulus. Fred Katayama reports.