Blogger Sonny Dickson (Sonny Dickson) has published on his page in Twitter the scheme of the body of the new iPhone 8. The photo shows the back cover of the smartphone.
Judging by the photos, the fingerprint scanner Touch ID will be moved to the back cover. However, he will be below the center of the body under the Apple logo. Analyst at Pacific Crest Securities Andy Hargreaves (Andy Hargreaves) suggested, Apple is faced with the problem of intgrale scanner under the display of the smartphone, which can and does to abandon it.
The drawing also indicates that the smartphone will receive a vertically oriented module dual camera for shooting VR content. Indicated and the phone body dimensions: 149,5 mm in height and 72.5 mm in width. The thickness of the iPhone 8 is rumored to be 8.6 mm.
According to the latest patents of the company, the iPhone 8 will be a case of "liquid metal". It is a special alloy of zirconium, titanium, Nickel, copper and other metals and its structure is more reminiscent of glass. It's pretty durable, corrosion resistant and has high durability. The alloy can hide minor scratches.
The world's largest amphibious aircraft AG600 developed by Chinese designers, has successfully passed ground testing. "Ground tests are completed, which indicates the base readiness flight machine to implement the first flight," said the Chinese aircraft Corporation.
Director Ekaterina Eremenko "Lake Vostok. Ridge mountains of Madness" was awarded the Grand Prix of the oldest science film festival — Academia Film Olomouc in the Czech Republic. Eremenko worked on the film for 18 years and became the first Russian woman who spent over a month at the inland Antarctic station "Vostok".
Creator cameras mats Wernersson published on its YouTube channel a video demonstrating the Assembly process of the camera lens. Almost every component of a lens with a focal length of 90 millimeters and an aperture of f/2.8 made by hand. The hull is carved from a solid piece of aluminum.
Pyongyang has threatened to destroy a nuclear submarine of the U.S. Navy, which earlier this week came in South Korea's port of Busan. "When Michigan will try at least to move, he will be doomed to the miserable fate of becoming an underwater Ghost, unable to return to the surface" — promise propagandists from North Korea.
American film Director Oliver stone has confirmed that a film about Russian President Vladimir Putin. It is reported by The Sydney Morning Herald, which the filmmaker gave an interview. The newspaper claims that the picture, which, in particular, will talk about Russia's influence on U.S. elections, will be a hit.
The mission of the British spy plane RC-135W to collect data on the Russian military base on the Baltic sea was revealed through a mobile app for tracking passenger liners. The media drew attention to the fact that the development of the spy plane RC-135W cost the country $ 650 million pounds.