This Grid Studio frame immortalizes an iPhone 3GS in all its splendor to hang in your office or living room

In 2009 I released my first iPhone. It was an iPhone 3G that I got through my operator a week after the presentation of the iPhone 3GS, something I was unaware of at the time. This model has always held a special place in my memory, as it was the return to the orbit of the block.

Now, a company called Grid Studio you have decided to recover an iPhone dismembered and place it in a frame as if it were a work of art. And he succeeds, creating a piece of decoration full of nostalgia and also beauty.

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closer and closer to free movement

Anyone who is vaccinated against COVID-19, has a negative test or has recently recovered from the disease could circulate freely throughout the territory of the European Union thanks to the new vaccination passport that wants to be implemented.

The so-called Green Digital Vaccination Certificate (CVD) would enter into force in June, in time for the tourist season, when it passes the approval of the governments and the European Parliament, and after having already passed the approval of the European Commission.

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the new of iOS 14.5 is used so that the apps do not track us more than necessary and that is how it works

As planned, iOS 14.5 is already among us. The new version of the iPhone operating system can now be downloaded and includes, among other new features, a face unlock system with a mask using the Apple Watch, the choice of the default music service, compatibility with AirTags and a function that has not been uncontroversial status: App Tracking Transparency.

In short, App Tracking Transparency serves so that the user can decide if he wants the applications installed on his mobile track your activity in other applications and websites in order to show targeted advertising. Here we show you how it is activated and what implications it has.

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Eddy Cue welcomed an Android version of iMessage in 2013 (and Epic wants to exploit it)

Epic Games’ trial against Apple is about to begin. Next Monday, May 3, the sessions will begin and as part of their preparation, several witnesses have already testified. Among them, Eddy Cue, who in one of them was asked about the reasons that led him to want bring iMessage to Android in 2013, as collected in MacRumors.

It is an email exchange that has come up again recently. But it is worth a closer look.

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Discount of the iPad Pro (2020) of 11 “Cellular with 256 GB in Amazon: down to 999 euros, its historical minimum price

Apple announced last week its new generation of professional tablets iPad Pro, which stands out mainly for the use of the M1 chip, the same processor that the company’s latest computers mount. However, the immediately previous models launched in 2020 are also very powerful, and the 11 “model with Wi-Fi + Cellular connectivity and 256 GB of internal storage has reached its all-time low on Amazon of 1.159 euros 999 euros.

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Despite shortages, manufacturers advance their plans

Chipmakers can’t keep up. TSMC, the Taiwanese semiconductor giant, predicts the shortage will last beyond 2021 and a few tough years ahead. To alleviate this situation, the company has announced a plan of 30,000 million dollars to expand its production capacity and maintain its production plans.

This week, during its annual meeting for investors, TSMC has confirmed that the 3 nanometer chips will arrive in 2022. Along with this promise, from Anandtech they report that TSMC has already started the development of its first 2 nanometer chips, which will presumably be produced on a large scale in 2023.

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