- Apple is expected to unveil its iPhone 12 lineup in October.
- The phones will reportedly come with 5G support, a new design, and a faster processor, among other changes.
- But I’d also like to see practical features like an always-on display and a fingerprint sensor — features that are available on competing Android devices.
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As it does every fall, Apple is expected to reveal additions to its iPhone lineup in the coming weeks.
The tech giant typically unveils its smartphones in September, but this year the company said it expected supply of its next-generation iPhones to become available a few weeks later than last year. As a result, Apple is likely to unveil its iPhone 12 lineup in October, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
The iPhone is expected to get an overhaul in more ways than one. Apple is reportedly planning to introduce
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — STORAGE DEVELOPER CONFERENCE — The SODA Foundation, which hosts the open source, unified and autonomous data management framework for data mobility from edge to core to cloud, today announced the Greenland release of its open data framework and that Japan Data Storage Forum (JDSF) and Seagate are joining the Foundation. The Greenland release simplifies data storage in heterogeneous environments, while the new members will further accelerate data mobility and autonomy across the industry. The Greenland release will be available at the end of September.
“The demand for and complexity of data mobility between cloud, on premise and the edge is resulting in rapid collaboration and development on the SODA Foundation’s open data framework,” said Steven Tan, chairman, SODA Foundation and VP & CTO of Cloud Solution at Futurewei. “The Greenland release represents this rapid collaboration and important advances in data storage.