Apple has just announced the iPhone 11 at its big iPhone launch event in San Francisco, and we’ve got the first details of the new phone right here.
The new iPhone 11 is available in Purple, White, Yellow, Green, Black and Product Red. The rear of the phone is glass, and there’s a Lightning connector on the bottom edge.
There’s no 3.5mm headphone jack on this device, with Apple having dropped the port.
It comes with a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display, which is the same size as the screen on 2018’s iPhone XR. The notch remains at the top of the screen, and overall the device looks remarkably like last year’s phone.
The dimensions of the phone are 150.9mm x 75.7mm x 8.3mm, and it weighs in at 194 grams.
It’s also water-resistant, coming with an IP68 rating. That should mean you’re able to submerge it in the bath or take it in the shower, as it can survive in up to two meters of water.
The phone will be available in 64GB, 128GB or 256GB options. We’ve yet to learn the exact differences in prices for the three devices.
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Facebook begins testing dark mode and a Twitter-like interface for desktop
In May, Facebook said it was going to redesign the website and bring dark mode to its website and mobile apps. While it began testing dark mode for its Android app in August, it has now started rolling out a beta version of its website with that option to some users too.
Multiple people are being invited to test the new interface. The screenshots shared by testers are akin to design Facebook showed off at its developer conference F8 in May. The new version of the website kinda looks like Twitter.
This is just a test version, so the final release of dark mode and the new interface might not look the same. Thankfully, if you don’t like the new look, there’s a handy toggle that lets you switch to the good ol’ classic version of the website.
We’ll keep an eye on this, and update you as soon as the new interface and dark mode is available for a wider audience.
Jojo Pasabay App rolls out services in Pampanga
The culinary capital of the Philippines will soon have access to fast, secure and convenient same day delivery.
Starting May 15, Jojo mobile application will be available across three cities and 19 municipalities of Pampanga province.
Dubbed as “Pasabay app”, the Jojo app is a crowdshipping platform that connects its customers with Transporters who are already heading towards the drop-off location of their package. If Pampangeños need things to get delivered, they can send it through Jojo.
Jojo transporters can choose deliveries that match their way and can either transport by commuting or by driving a motorcycle. No added traffic. No added stress. Senders don’t need to clear their schedule just to send a package. The Jojo Transporters are available when and where they will be needed. As long as sender’s legal package fits a motorcycle, they can send it to anywhere in Pampanga or even to Manila and vice versa through Jojo.
This sustainable way of shipping items provide an efficient delivery alternative, while bringing back everyone’s sense of community, augmenting the income of the everyday Pinoy commuters, and minimizing carbon footprint.
Pampanga is the first market expansion of Jojo app after it was recently launched last March in Metro Manila. The company eyes to roll out its services in key cities and towns in the Philippines by end of 2019.
Shipping starts at Php49 via commuter and Php99 via motorcycle for the first 3 kilometers, and Php8 for every added kilometer.
Jojo is now available for download on Google Play and App Store. For more information, visit www.myjojo.com. (PR)
#FacebookDown: Facebook and Instagram DOWN across the world
Facebook and Instagram have crashed, sending thousands of users into a frenzied panic – and rediscovering Twitter.
Users in the south and south-east of England started experiencing the most difficulty.
But now users in the US, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Mexico and parts of Europe have also shared their fury.
Both social media sites are displaying error messages once those in these areas attempt to use them.
It reads: “Oops… Something went wrong. We’re working on getting it fixed as soon as we can.”
It’s unclear what has caused the mayhem or for how long it’ll remain.
More updates to follow.