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Revolutionize Your Life with the iPhone 16 – The Ultimate Game Changer

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Apple’s iPhone 16 to Come with Major Upgrades

According to a new report from Taiwanese site Economic Daily News, Apple’s next-generation A18 chips for mobile and M4 chips for Mac will likely feature an upgraded neural engine with significantly more AI cores. This upgrade aligns with Tim Cook’s promise of huge AI announcements. Recent reports also indicate that Apple will be launching a suite of generative features as part of iOS 18, most likely at WWDC in June. Apple’s silicon standard neural engine has had 16 cores since the iPhone 12, but certain configurations of Mac Studio and Mac Pro have had neural engines with up to 32 cores.

Apple Introduces Quantum-Proof Encryption in iMessage

Apple is currently rolling out Quantum-proof encryption protection in iMessage, calling it the most significant cryptographic security upgrade in iMessage history. This is a preventative measure to keep users safe from future hacking attempts. Apple also released a patch for a bug that could potentially leave your phone vulnerable.

European Commission Investigates TikTok and Apple

The European Commission has launched a formal investigation into whether TikTok is compliant with the Digital Services Act, particularly in terms of protecting minors and potential addictive design features. TikTok will be the second platform investigated under the DSA, following Twitter. Additionally, Apple might face a fine of around 500 million EUR next month following an antitrust probe related to Spotify’s complaint against Apple’s preferential treatment of its music streaming service.

Google Introduces Lightweight AI Models

Google recently introduced Gemma, a lightweight open-source AI model inspired by its flagship model, Gemini. Gemma 2B and 7B can be run locally and outperform larger models on key benchmarks. Google aims to support responsible open source and science initiatives with Gemma, following reports of chat GPT issues that were quickly resolved by OpenAI.

Quick Bits:

1. Federal appeals court overturns $1 billion penalty against Cox Communications
2. Elon Musk claims first Neuralink patient can move a computer mouse with their mind
3. Coalition of AI experts calls for more regulation and safeguards for deep fakes
4. WISE home security cameras glitched, showing images from other cameras
5. European satellite re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere after 3 decades

Stay tuned for more tech news on Friday!

Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama, a lifelong enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence, has been exploring technology and the digital realm since childhood. Known for his creative thinking, he's dedicated to improving AI experiences for all, making him a respected figure in the field. His passion, curiosity, and creativity drive advancements in the AI world.


  1. They're not wrong protecting with next gen encryption. At the moment ppls are hoarding date from various sources such as banks to be able to read them later when we have to quantum computers to decode the keys.

  2. The sad thing is there used to be a device that was exactly that you would wear it on your head and you can move the mouse and do certain things with your computer before all this talk like we're talking Windows 95 Windows 98 kind of s*** Innovation my ass they're just bringing back something that's old

  3. Please guys, stop using titles like this. These are dumb. "Change everything"? I mean, how many times is Apple going to change everything? 🙄🙄

  4. I miss when YouTube didn't force creators to make clickbait titles like this. Not saying that he isn't claiming significant changes, but every year there's basically a title like this

  5. Sounds like wyze and unifi use the same services since unifi had the same issue, but even worse where some users actually gained control of others gateways and stuff… Never heard about the Unifi stuff in this channel, probably because unifi/Ubiquiti have Linus in their pocket…

    Still waiting on Linus or another big channel to expose that issue and bring attention to it…

  6. Seeing the stuff our great lord and savior Musk has done with nerolink and reading the tweets about it feels like I'm reading a journal in 2013 soma

  7. Hollywood has been brainwashing people with their propaganda for many decades. But EU only NOW decides that TikTok can be harmful for children, oooh boooh hooo 🤧🤒

  8. Hollywood has been brainwashing people with their propaganda for many decades. But EU only know decides that TikTok can be harmful for children, oooh boooh hooo 🤧🤒

  9. 2:30 Didn’t draw any ire. It was already there. Current left wing fascist governments in Europe are ALL against Twitter/X. I think you can figure out why.

  10. Everyone:" iPhone 16 will change everything".

    Reality:" introducing the same exact phone design but with a new chipset that is 0.5 seconds faster. Oh, and best of all new colors that you're just going to put a case on anyways. Go team."


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