<span>Monthly Archives</span><h1>February 2020</h1>
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    Apple OS

    iPhone 9 Reportedly Enters Trial Production Ahead of March Launch

    February 2, 2020

    Apple has begun the trial production of the much awaited iPhone 9 units as the official launch of the inexpensive iPhone is now less than two weeks away.

    A new report by MyDrivers claims the iPhone SE successor is already going through trial production.

    “Apple has finally started trial production of the highly anticipated iPhone 9. This process will be used to iron out any issues and ensure assembly lines are running smoothly,” PhoneArena reported quoting MyDrivers on Friday.

    This comes at a time when smartphone companies like Samsung, Huawei and OnePlus are bringing out big and gorgeous display phones.

    It is pertinent to note that some Apple loyalists still prefer a device as the size of the immensely popular iPhone 5S and iPhone SE and perhaps that’s why the Cupertino-headquartered giant decided to bring a small-screen device in 2020.

    If everything goes to plan and there are no major problems, Apple should start full mass production in mid-February.

    This will give the company around six weeks to build up a large level of stock ahead of the smartphone’s official introduction in March, the PhoneArena report added.

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    Poco X2
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    Poco X2 Launch Date, Samsung Galaxy A51 on Sale, Realme C3, and More Tech News This Week

    February 2, 2020

    Poco X2 launch date announcement and the news of Realme C3’s arrival next week were two of the biggest tech developments that took place this week. Additionally, Samsung launched its Galaxy A51 smartphone in the country and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman unveiled the union budget with a number of announcements for the technology sector. Further, WhatsApp stopped working on older Android and iPhone models. Read on for more on these and other major tech news stories from this week.

    Poco X2 launch date, specifications

    After a long wait, Poco is ready to launch a new smartphone, however, all signs indicate that we aren’t going to get a Poco F1 successor just yet. The Xiaomi spin-off brand revealed this week that it will launch Poco X2 on February 4 as its next phone. Poco X2 is believed to be a rebranded Redmi K30 4G variant that is a mid-range smartphone. Although Poco X2 is yet to be officially unveiled, all the teasers that the brand has released until this point indicate the Redmi K30 4G variant rebranding bit is credible.

    As mentioned, Poco India has announced that it is hosting a press event on February 4 where it will be unveiling the Poco X2. The launch event will take place in New Delhi and will kick off at 12pm on the day. It is likely to be streamed live on YouTube and other social media channels.

    Whether or not Poco X2 turns out to Redmi K30 4G variant, we already have a confirmation on a number of the specifications of the phone. First, Poco has revealed that the Poco X2 will feature a display with 120Hz refresh rate and support for 27W fast charging. Additionally, the teaser images posted by the company show the presence of a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The liquid cooling support has also been teased and the company has also noted the presence of a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip.

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    Apple OS

    Apple is closing all offices and stores in China by 9th february

    February 2, 2020

    The virus infection have become something of major  disturbance

    Now that the coronavirus outbreak has killed over 200 people in China, infected nearly 10,000 worldwide, been declared a global public health emergency, triggered the first mandatory CDC quarantine in the United States in 50 years and bans on foreign nationals returning from China, and pushed many airlines to temporarily suspend all flights to the country, it makes sense that Apple would close these buildings out of caution.

    It’s not clear if Apple’s Chinese factories, run by Foxconn, will also be shutting down and more factory workers dismissed. We’ve asked both Apple and Foxconn. As of Tuesday, Foxconn told us it would still be operating on a holiday schedule and didn’t anticipate any impact in production.

    Nintendo, which consoles in China, has said that the coronavirus is already impacting production of the Nintendo Switch game console, according to the Kyoto Shimbun.

    Apple says its online store will remain open. Below, find a Google-translated image of its retail store page in China, confirming the closures.