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  1. #3561 SP
    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Ce legatura are comentariul tau cu video postat de Paul?

    E foarte bine ce face Apple. Sper ca face si Android la fel sau daca nu face, sa faca urgent.

  2. #3562 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    A raspuns la ce e in articol, la faptul ca au adaugat cateva emoji:
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  3. #3563 SP
    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Ah, am inteles. Scuze, nu citisem partea aia de articol dar am citit acum si mi se pare super ok. Chiar si eu, in Bucuresti, stiu un cuplu mixt si cu siguranta se vor bucura de aceste optiuni.

    Parerea mea este ca e foarte ok sa existe si ca oamenii sa se simta acceptati peste tot pe unde merg sau orice fac.

  4. #3564 SP
    Senior Member dronology's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Academy
    The release of iOS 14.5 (rolled out on April 26) is set to disrupt the mobile industry, with Apple introducing its App Tracking Transparency feature and the ability for users to decide whether they want to share their IDFA (identifier for advertisers) with developers and therefore be tracked.

    Throughout the coming weeks, the Academy will explore the impact of this change for mobile game developers through a series of guest articles from experts. If you're interested in contributing, you can email [email protected].
    Mobile game developers love building great games.

    They also want to make sure they are acquiring new players and optimising their games to monetise, so they can spend their time and money on improving player retention, tracking player behaviours and resources data, such as comparing the percentage resources used versus player level.

    With this in mind, discussions around privacy have started to appear more and more in the mainstream media. Just last year, Apple launched new App Store privacy labels so users can see what data is collected by iOS apps.

    Publishers and developers are realising that not only by meeting the demands of global data privacy regulations, but by exceeding them, they will have significant market opportunity to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

    Now, developers will also need to factor in impacts and actions they will need to take to maintain best practice with the latest iOS 14.5 release, in particular with third party marketing partners who distribute and maintain Software Developer Kits (SDKs) libraries.
    An introduction to iOS 14.5 and its impact for mobile developers

    The gaming app ecosystem is facing a shake-up now Apple's iOS 14.5 privacy rules have come into force. Adapting your mobile operations for these changes is a complex topic that will have serious ramifications for how you conduct business in iOS games going forward. While the changes have been long anticipated, it will become clearer over the next few weeks what the long-term effect will be.

    Over the past year, we have been talking to a number of advertisers and ad networks about how they will be impacted by the changes. Something that is obvious from these conversations is that advertising will remain vital post-iOS 14.5.

    But the consensus is that performance marketing will be less efficient due to a decrease in the ratio of deterministic data. With this in mind, here are some best practices to minimize the impact of iOS 14.5 on your gaming app strategy.
    Hypercasual UA and ad monetization in a post-IDFA world

  5. #3565 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Apple
    Apple Music announces Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos; will bring Lossless Audio to entire catalog
    The next generation of sound on Apple Music is coming to subscribers June 2021 at no additional cost

    Apple today announced Apple Music is bringing industry-leading sound quality to subscribers with the addition of Spatial Audio with support for Dolby Atmos. Spatial Audio gives artists the opportunity to create immersive audio experiences for their fans with true multidimensional sound and clarity. Apple Music subscribers will also be able to listen to more than 75 million songs in Lossless Audio — the way the artists created them in the studio. These new features will be available for Apple Music subscribers starting next month at no additional cost.

    Spatial Audio with Support for Dolby Atmos
    Apple is bringing Spatial Audio with support for Dolby Atmos to Apple Music. Dolby Atmos is a revolutionary, immersive audio experience that enables artists to mix music so the sound comes from all around and from above. By default, Apple Music will automatically play Dolby Atmos tracks on all AirPods and Beats headphones with an H1 or W1 chip, as well as the built-in speakers in the latest versions of iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Apple Music will be adding new Dolby Atmos tracks constantly and will be curating a special set of Dolby Atmos playlists to help listeners find the music they love. In addition, albums that are available in Dolby Atmos will have a badge on the detail page for easy discovery.

    At launch, subscribers can enjoy thousands of songs in Spatial Audio from some of the world’s biggest artists and music across all genres, including hip-hop, country, Latin, pop, and classical. Apple Music is working with artists and labels to add new releases and the best catalog tracks, as more artists begin to create music specifically for the Spatial Audio experience. Together, Apple Music and Dolby are making it easy for musicians, producers, and mix engineers to create songs in Dolby Atmos. Initiatives include doubling the number of Dolby-enabled studios in major markets, offering educational programs, and providing resources to independent artists.

    Lossless Audio
    Apple Music will also make its catalog of more than 75 million songs available in Lossless Audio. Apple uses ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec) to preserve every single bit of the original audio file. This means Apple Music subscribers will be able to hear the exact same thing that the artists created in the studio.

    To start listening to Lossless Audio, subscribers using the latest version of Apple Music can turn it on in Settings > Music > Audio Quality. Here, they can choose different resolutions for different connections such as cellular, Wi-Fi, or for download. Apple Music’s Lossless tier starts at CD quality, which is 16 bit at 44.1 kHz (kilohertz), and goes up to 24 bit at 48 kHz and is playable natively on Apple devices. For the true audiophile, Apple Music also offers Hi-Resolution Lossless all the way up to 24 bit at 192 kHz.

    - Spatial Audio with support for Dolby Atmos and Lossless Audio will be available to Apple Music subscribers at no additional cost.
    - Thousands of tracks will be available in Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos at launch, with more added regularly.
    - Apple Music’s catalog of more than 75 million songs will be available in Lossless Audio.
    Apple Music announces Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio - Apple

    Update: Nu functioneaza pe AirMax Pro.
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  6. #3566 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    iOS 15:
    Apple previews major updates to FaceTime, new Focus features to reduce distraction, enhanced on-device intelligence to discover information, and more ways to explore the world using Maps, Weather, and Wallet

    More Natural FaceTime Calls and Shared Experiences with SharePlay

    Tools to Find Focus

    New Notifications Experience

    On-Device Intelligence Powers Live Text, Advanced Spotlight Search, and More

    A Redesigned Browsing Experience with Safari

    Explore the World with Apple Maps

    New Keys and State IDs Come to Apple Wallet

    New Privacy Features

    Redesigned Weather and Notes Apps

    Additional Features

    1. Available on iPhone and iPad with A12 Bionic and later and Mac models (2018 or later).
    2. Available on iPhone and iPad with A12 Bionic and later and Mac computers with the M1 chip.
    3. Users with non-Apple devices can join using the latest version of Chrome or Edge. Sending video requires H.264 video encoding support.
    4. Support for CarPlay will be available later this year.
    5. Digital car keys require a participating car manufacturer and will be coming later this year.
    6. Support for new keys requires an iPhone running iOS 15 and a compatible door lock for apartments, offices, and hotels that will be available through third parties.
    7. Available on iPhone and iPad with A12 Bionic and later. Requires download of speech models.
    8. App Privacy Report will arrive as part of a software update to iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and watchOS 8.
    9. iCloud+ plans: 50GB with one HomeKit Secure Video camera ($0.99 per month), 200GB with up to five HomeKit Secure Video cameras ($2.99 per month), and 2TB with an unlimited number of HomeKit Secure Video cameras ($9.99 per month).
    iOS 15 brings powerful new features to stay connected, focus, explore, and more - Apple
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  7. #3567 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    iOS 4:

  8. #3568 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    Apple’s AirPower wireless charger was supposed to arrive with the unique ability to charge an iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods all at the same time. Unfortunately, Apple canceled AirPower in March 2019, citing difficulties in bringing the product to life.

    Now, an Apple prototype collector has obtained a working AirPower unit for the first time.
    Here’s a closer look at Apple’s canceled AirPower wireless charger - The Verge
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  9. #3569 SP
    Admin MonkY's Avatar
    Wow! Ma asteptam sa vad o bobina, un magnet, un chip... asa cum e pe la majoritatea. Dar acolo e o adevarata "uzina"... Nu e de mirare ca i-au dat cancel in perioadele astea. Way too much waste (for a charger)!

  10. #3570 SP
    Senior Member dronology's Avatar
    Apple to scan devices for illegal content | DW News

    Quote Originally Posted by Financial Times
    Apple intends to install software on American iPhones to scan for child abuse imagery, according to people briefed on its plans, raising alarm among security researchers who warn that it could open the door to surveillance of millions of people’s personal devices.

    Apple detailed its proposed system — known as “neuralMatch” — to some US academics earlier this week, according to two security researchers briefed on the virtual meeting.

    The automated system would proactively alert a team of human reviewers if it believes illegal imagery is detected, who would then contact law enforcement if the material can be verified. The scheme will initially roll out only in the US.

    Apple confirmed its plans in a blog post, saying the scanning technology is part of a new suite of child protection systems that would “evolve and expand over time”. The features will be rolled out as part of iOS 15, expected to be released next month.

    “This innovative new technology allows Apple to provide valuable and actionable information to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and law enforcement regarding the proliferation of known CSAM [child sexual abuse material],” the company said.

    “And it does so while providing significant privacy benefits over existing techniques since Apple only learns about users’ photos if they have a collection of known CSAM in their iCloud Photos account.”

    The proposals are Apple’s attempt to find a compromise between its own promise to protect customers’ privacy and demands from governments, law enforcement agencies and child safety campaigners for more assistance in criminal investigations, including terrorism and child pornography.

    The tension between tech companies such as Apple and Facebook, which have defended their increasing use of encryption in their products and services, and law enforcement has only intensified since the iPhone maker went to court with the FBI in 2016 over access to a terror suspect’s iPhone following a shooting in San Bernardino, California.

    Security researchers, while supportive of efforts to combat child abuse, are concerned that Apple risks enabling governments around the world to seek access to their citizens’ personal data, potentially far beyond its original intent.

    “It is an absolutely appalling idea, because it is going to lead to distributed bulk surveillance of . . . our phones and laptops,” said Ross Anderson, professor of security engineering at the University of Cambridge.

    Although the system is currently trained to spot child sex abuse, it could be adapted to scan for any other targeted imagery and text, for instance, terror beheadings or anti-government signs at protests, say researchers. Apple’s precedent could also increase pressure on other tech companies to use similar techniques.

    “This will break the dam — governments will demand it from everyone,” said Matthew Green, a security professor at Johns Hopkins University, who is believed to be the first researcher to post a tweet about the issue.

    Alec Muffett, a security researcher and privacy campaigner who formerly worked at Facebook and Deliveroo, said Apple’s move was “tectonic” and a “huge and regressive step for individual privacy”.

    “Apple are walking back privacy to enable 1984,” he said.

    Cloud-based photo storage systems and social networking sites already scan for child abuse imagery, but that process becomes more complex when trying to access data stored on a personal device.

    Apple’s system is less invasive in that the screening is done on the phone, and “only if there is a match is notification sent back to those searching”, said Alan Woodward, a computer security professor at the University of Surrey. “This decentralised approach is about the best approach you could adopt if you do go down this route.”

    Apple’s neuralMatch algorithm will continuously scan photos that are stored on a US user’s iPhone and have also been uploaded to its iCloud back-up system. Users’ photos, converted into a string of numbers through a process known as “hashing”, will be compared with those on a database of known images of child sexual abuse.

    The system has been trained on 200,000 sex abuse images collected by the NCMEC.

    According to people briefed on the plans, every photo uploaded to iCloud in the US will be given a “safety voucher” saying whether it is suspect or not. Once a certain number of photos are marked as suspect, Apple will enable all the suspect photos to be decrypted and, if apparently illegal, passed on to the relevant authorities.
    Apple plans to scan US iPhones for child abuse imagery

    Quote Originally Posted by Vice
    Apple plans to introduce a new feature that would scan messages sent to and by child users of iPhones to determine if the images contain nudity, the company announced on Thursday. The move is a major development in the ongoing debate around privacy and the inspection of communications.

    Whereas previous features from other tech giants designed to detect child abuse images compare the cryptographic fingerprint of images to a list of known child abuse material, the new feature in the Messages app uses machine learning to determine whether a photo likely contains sexual material or not for all images. Some tech companies do aim to detect nudity in other forms of content. Facebook scans public posts for nudity, with varying degrees of success. Apple's planned feature concerns private messages sent between devices, and not publicly shared material.

    "Messages uses on-device machine learning to analyze image attachments and determine if a photo is sexually explicit. The feature is designed so that Apple does not get access to the messages," a technical document explaining Apple's new features reads. Apple said in the document that the new feature "will enable parents to play a more informed role in helping their children navigate communication online."

    The document adds that this image scanning can be applied to images both received and sent by a child. After receiving a suspected sexually explicit image, the iPhone will blur the photo itself and the child will be warned that the image could be sensitive to view, according to screenshots included in the document. The system can also notify the child's parents if the child decides to view the image, as well as if the child tries to send sexually explicit images themselves, the document adds.

    The document says this change is coming in an update later this year to accounts set up as families in iCloud for iOS15, iPad OS15, and macOS Monterey.

    The move has concerned some security experts.

    "Obviously the application presented is a good thing. But this is still an incredibly powerful technology demonstration, showing that even end to end encrypted photos can be subject to sophisticated scanning," Matthew Green, who teaches cryptography at Johns Hopkins University, told Motherboard in an online chat. "This scanning is benign, and when a picture is detected only the parent of the affected individual will be notified. But it shows that Apple is willing to build and deploy this technology. I hope that they will never be asked to use it for other purposes."

    An oft-repeated concern from cryptographers and technologists is that tools developed for one purpose may be redeployed or tweaked for something else entirely. Although not directly comparable, in 2016 Reuters reported that Yahoo scanned incoming emails for specific information provided by U.S. intelligence officials; tech giants have scanned content stored in cloud services for known child abuse material for years.

    Worries about Apple's new features first rose on Wednesday when Green tweeted some details about another of Apple's plans that will compare the fingerprint of images to a list of already known child abuse material. The Financial Times then reported some specifics of the planned feature, but did not report on the Messages app scanning in detail.

    Nicholas Weaver, senior researcher at the International Computer Science Institute at UC Berkeley, told Motherboard in an online chat that Apple's new Messages feature "seems like a VERY good idea."

    "Overall Apple's approach seems well thought through to be effective while maximizing privacy," he added.

    Apple did not respond to a specific set of questions about the Messages scanning feature.
    Apple Introduces Parental Control Feature That Scans Messages for Nudity

  11. #3571 SP
    Senior Member dronology's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Sweeney
    It’s atrocious how Apple vacuums up everybody’s data into iCloud by default, hides the 15+ separate options to turn parts of it off in Settings underneath your name, and forces you to have an unwanted email account. Apple would NEVER allow a third party to ship an app like this.

    I spent another hour searching, and there indeed appears to be no way to delete a useless at-icloud-dot-com email account that Apple used to force everyone to take, except for deleting your entire Apple account and losing everything you've bought. Lock-in indeed!

  12. #3572 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    Din procesul Epic - strategia pentru 2011: iPhone nano, based on iPod touch, varianta budget de iPhone, sa inlocuiasca iPhone 3GS: 2010-october-steve-jobs-tie-all-projects-together-lock-in - DocumentCloud.

  13. #3573 SP
    Member Rukax's Avatar
    Salut. Am și eu o problemă și sunt curios dacă o pot rezolva acasă fără a fi nevoit să merg la un service.

    Am un iPhone 5s căruia i s-a spart ecranul/display-ul în urmă cu vreo 2 ani și de atunci stă în sertar. Se aprindea în continuare doar că nu puteam să disting meniul. Este posibil să recuperez fotografiile și videoclipurile de pe el fără să îl duc la un service și fără să îi schimb display-ul? Nu le-am avut stocate în cloud și nici nu l-am avut vreodată conectat prin iTunes, nici măcar parola de la contul apple nu o mai știu.

  14. #3574 SP
    Member florent's Avatar
    Nu prea ... chiar daca nu ai cod de ecran tot trebuie sa-i dai Allow sa fie accesat de PC . Mergi la un service de cartier, unii mai au display-uri sparte pe care le folosesc pentru proba .

  15. #3575 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    iPhone 13, 13 mini:

    Apple today introduced iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, the next generation of the world’s best smartphone, featuring a beautiful design with sleek flat edges in five gorgeous new colors.

    Both models feature major innovations, including the most advanced dual-camera system ever on iPhone — with a new Wide camera with bigger pixels and sensor-shift optical image stabilization (OIS) offering improvements in low-light photos and videos, a new way to personalize the camera with Photographic Styles, and Cinematic mode, which brings a new dimension to video storytelling.

    iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini also boast super-fast performance and power efficiency with A15 Bionic, longer battery life, a brighter Super Retina XDR display that brings content to life, incredible durability with the Ceramic Shield front cover, double the entry-level storage at 128GB, an industry-leading IP68 rating for water resistance, and an advanced 5G experience.
    Apple introduces iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini - Apple
    iPhone 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max:

    Apple today introduced iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in a smartphone. Redesigned inside and out, both models introduce an all-new Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion featuring an adaptive refresh rate up to 120Hz, making the touch experience faster and more responsive.

    The pro camera system gets its biggest advancement ever with new Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto cameras that capture stunning photos and video, powered by the unmatched performance of A15 Bionic, more powerful than the leading competition. These technologies enable impressive new photo capabilities never before possible on iPhone, like macro photography on the new Ultra Wide camera and up to 2.2x improved low-light performance on the new Wide camera.

    New computational photography features like Photographic Styles personalize the look of images in the Camera app, and both models now include Night mode on all cameras. Video takes a huge leap forward with Cinematic mode for beautiful depth-of-field transitions, macro video, Time-lapse and Slo-mo, and even better low-light performance.

    Both models also offer end-to-end pro workflows in Dolby Vision, and for the first time, ProRes, only available on iPhone.

    iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max also include 5G with more bands for better coverage, big improvements to battery life for the best battery life ever on iPhone with iPhone 13 Pro Max, new storage capacity of 1TB, and the Ceramic Shield front cover, tougher than any smartphone glass.
    Apple unveils iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max — more pro than ever before - Apple
    iOS 15 se lanseaza pe 20 septembrie.
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  16. #3576 SP
    Admin MonkY's Avatar
    Pentru mine, ca posesor (multumit as spune) de 12 Pro Max, ma asteptam ca 13 Pro Max sa nu-mi faca cu ochiul. Dar, dupa conferinta, am zis asa: La naiba... faster CPU & GPU, better camera's (now with macro & 2.2x more light on the main sensor), faster & more storage (1TB), surgical grade stainless steel, ceramic shield, Cinematic mode, Photographic Styles (I wanted this so bad), ProRes, Dolby Vision & Smart HDR 4 (UpTo 1200 nits), ProMotion 120Hz adaptive display, smaller notch (FaceID area), bigger battery (2,5 more hours vs 12 Pro Max), more 5G bands... What's not to like? iPhone 13 Pro Max, wait for me!

    P.S. Nu ar fi stricat și un TouchID în butonul de Power, cum au pus la noul iPad Mini (care btw e genial)... Dar nu le putem avea pe toate. Vând 12 Pro Max! Sau rinichi...

  17. #3577 SP
    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Fiecare stie daca-si permite sau nu sa faca acest upgrade anual. In fiecare an e putin mai bun decat anteriorul, dar cel putin in cazul meu, inca nu vad un motiv pentru care as schimba X-ul actual - poate doar macro sau form factor-ul de la 12, care seamana mult mai mult cu iPhone 4 care era preferatul meu.

    In rest, arunca niste termeni care chiar nu conteaza (gen surgical grade stainless steel sau ceramic shield) si functii pe care marea majoritatea nu le vor folosi vreodata (gen filmarea 4K 60 HDR si cu Dolby Vision, cand majoritatea display-urilor normale nu au HDR si clar nu sunt DV).

    Eu nu inteleg cum naiba am ajuns de la no camera bump la camera bump pe 3 niveluri mi se pare absolut horror

  18. #3578 SP
    Member JohnnyUSA's Avatar

    Clubul iPhone & iOS

    Eu cred ca o sa trec la noul Iphone. I-a trecut timpul XS-ului meu.

    Sunt in dilema daca sa iau PRO sau PRO MAX. Nu stiu daca m-as impaca cu un telefon foarte mare.

    Oricum, sunt sictirit de conferinta de aseara. Ma dezgusta prezentarile astea bombastice gen “cel mai…”. Serios? Ce dracu este asa de inovativ si de wow fata de anul trecut? Noul mod de filmare cinema?

    Pe dracu’, daca o iau la puricat, ce este inovativ fata de XS-ul meu? O camera mai buna? Un CPU/GPU mai bune? Nu fac poze/filmari si nu ma joc…

    Despre baterie, nu mai vorbim. Este in continuare execrabila.

    Doar nevoia de “nou”, ma face sa cumpar. Un moft!

    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  19. #3579 SP
    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Shooting 4K ProRes Video Requires iPhone 13 Pro With at Least 256GB Storage
    Phone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max support ProRes video recording in the Camera app at 1080p 30 fps with the 128GB storage option and up to 4K 30 fps with 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage options.

  20. #3580 SP
    Admin MonkY's Avatar
    JohnnyUSA: eu nu inteleg. Daca te-a sictirit conferinta, daca te dezgusta prezentarile stil Apple (asa au fost dintotdeauna), daca nu ti se pare nimic inovativ, nu faci poze, nu faci filmari, nu te joci, bateria e execrabila... de ce Dzeu mai iti cumperi un nou iPhone? Esti masochist?

    Cat despre baterie, eu sunt extrem de multumit de 12 Pro Max (actually is one of the best), iar bigger battery la 13 Pro Max nu are cum sa strice. Also, eu sunt socat de faptul ca acesta este primul meu telefon (12 Pro Max-ul), care dupa un an de folosire are 100% battery health. Practic il vand ca nou!

    razvanrazy: eu nu m-am referit la nimeni altcineva, daca sa-si faca upgrade sau nu, decat la mine. Cat despre faptul ca tie nu-ti pasa despre ceramic shield sau surgical grade stainless steel, mi se pare si normal, daca inca esti pe iPhone X. Insa mie imi pasa, pentru ca eu cand vand telefonul, vreau sa arate CA NOU. Iar chestiile astea anti-scratches, better coating & stuff like that, chiar fac diferenta. Anul trecut cel caruia i-am dat telefonul (cu cutie si absolut toate accesoriile neatinse - i hate white thingies anyway), a zis ca l-a luat si l-a verificat pe toate partile, dupa care m-a intrebat "auzi, asta sigur nu e nou nout? Tu chiar l-ai folosit un an?". Si atentie, eu nu folosesc FOLIE (le urasc), ba chiar trebuie tinut cont ca stau la tara, si nu ma sfiesc sa iau telefonul cu mine pe la muncile "agricole"... Valabil si la Apple Watch, unde eu inca ma mir ca am zero scratches. Mai ales ca la Apple Watch, chiar am simtit pe pielea mea ce super lovituri si-a luat, sau cum am zgariat cu diverse ecranul din neatentie.

    Cat despre HDR, e bine ca avem 10.000 de discutii pe forum despre cum sa activam HDR-ul si avantajele sale, dupa care ne intrebam la ce mama naibii are rost sa filmam cu HDR... Cu ProRes-ul nu stiu cum e, dar banuiesc ca daca chiar vrei sa filmezi cinematic mode in 4K, nu prea ai ce face cu 128GB. Nici nu vreau sa ma gandesc ce dimensiuni au filmelele acelea (care aproape sigur sunt de fapt cel putin 3 filmari simultane, cu toate camerele. Plus extra depth infos, LiDAR and stuff). Eu oricum anul acesta imi iau de 512GB, nu mai ma cacai cu 256...

    Cu camera bump, sunt de acord. Nici mie nu-mi place la ce turnulete au ajuns. Dar stii ce? Imi iubesc atat de mult back coverul de piele, incat si daca ar fi fost zero camera bumps, eu tot i-as pune husa lor originala de piele. Cu care, acele bumps sunt fix zero. Ba chiar camerele sunt mai jos decat marginea husei, pentru o protectie mai buna. So...

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