The iPhone 12 release date September 15 Apple will release all its new features - Finally, after several months of waiting, Apple has set the date for one of the most important technological events of the year: its second digital event in 2020, where the Cupertino company is expected to present the new iPhone 12, the Apple Watch 6 and many other surprises.
Despite the fact that the coronavirus predicted that the event would be delayed more than the account, Apple has maintained more or less the same usual trend of previous events and has set the September 15 at 19 p.m. Spanish time as the perfect time to present in society its new devices.
As every year, the king of the feature will be the company's new flagship, in this case the iPhone 12, from which many rumors have emerged along the way.
The highlight of the device and where all bets are directed is that it will have a design inspired by the iPhone 4, something that will delight nostalgic, and a camera with stabilized sensors and a ToF sensor as main novelties.
iPhone 12 release date September 15
In addition, it is expected to finally arrive the 5G, although it is something that could affect the autonomy of the device and Apple could bet on launching 4 models instead of the usual two.
What is clear is that the presentation will not only focus on iPhone 12, but expect new surprises where an iPad Air with a design more similar to the iPad Pro that would reduce the frames and the next generation of the Apple Watch: the Apple Watch Series 6.
The new smartwatch of the company is also expected major changes such as the disappearance of the physical button by an optical sensor, the incorporation of the Touch ID and a clear commitment to improve all interactions related to health and Privacy.
End of iPhone 12 release date September 15
Moremobile launches 5G services in 15 Spanish cities for customers of its Yoigo brand
MásMóvil has launched today 5G technology service tests in 15 Spanish cities: Alicante, Alcobendas, Almería, Ávila, Barcelona, Hospitalet de Llobregat, Huesca, Jaén, Madrid, Malaga, Melilla, Orense, Salamanca, Seville and Valencia.
The company has announced the deployment for its Yoigo brand customers who are in those coverage areas and ensures that they will be able to enjoy from now on a higher browsing speed and a lower latency.
The group offers these services in so many cities thanks to a combination of its own network and an agreement with Orange, which at the beginning of this week also announced the start of its 5G mobile network in five Spanish cities.
In addition, the company recalls that it has 80Mhz of the 5G spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band, which makes it the operator with the largest amount of 5G spectrum per customer in Spain.
With this spectrum and thanks to its own 4G+ mobile network and the agreements it maintains with other operators, Másmobile reaches 98.5% of the Spanish population with its mobile services, the company said.
The low cost operator offers the service at no extra cost to its customers who enjoy the current portfolio of mobile rates.
The announcement comes shortly after Telefónica announced the deployment of its 5G networks to be launched in the main cities of Spain before the end of the year, which was followed by the launch of Orange. The operators join Vodafone, the first operator to deploy a commercial 5G network in Spain and is now present in 21 cities.
The theory that the universal use of the mask could make infections milder and the population gain immunity
The universal use of masks could function as a vaccine by inducing an immune response by allowing exposure to a small viral load, according to a theory proposed by two infectious disease experts in the scientific journal New England Journal of Medicine.
Epidemiological research conducted around the world-especially in Asian countries that universalized the use of masks during the 2003 SARS pandemic-has suggested that there is a close relationship between the use of masks in public and the control of the pandemic, the authors explain.
However, masks not only prevent the spread of the disease, but could even reduce the severity of the disease if a person has become infected, they say.
"This possibility is consistent with a proven theory on viral pathogenesis, which argues that the severity of the disease is proportional to the virus received," they argue.
That is, the theory holds the greater the exposure to the virus or the greater viral load of the virus, the more likely it is to suffer a severe disease if there is infection.
When using a mask, the exposure is lower and may even be positive, as it may be sufficient to induce a protective immune response in the same way that some vaccines might work.
The immune cells could then generate a memory that would be able to fight the virus again if exposed to the virus again.
"If this theory is confirmed, the universal use of the mask in the entire population could contribute to an increase in the proportion of asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections," the authors believe. "The CDC estimated in mid-July that the typical rate of asymptomatic infection with SARS-CoV-2 was 40%, but the rates of asymptomatic infection are reported to be over 80% in mask-wearing environments, which provides observational evidence for this hypothesis," they argue.
Thus, the diseases would be mild and the population could gain immunity in the face of a new exposure.