At least some of the team that was handling primary work on Sunny Peak, however, will be redirected to other 5G efforts to boost Intel's overall 5G program. Sunny Peak was a combined 5G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth device and the same documents claim Intel will attempt to rework Sunny Peak for inclusion with Apple's 2022 device family. While Apple wasn't to be the only customer for 5G modems, the company was, the leaks suggest, the "main volume driver" for the "Sunny Peak" component.
Apple was said to be facing "a massive effort" to launch 5G in its mobile devices, the Intel communications said, adding that the decision not to use Intel's modem was due to "many factors".
Reportedly, Apple has notified Intel that it will no longer use its mobile modem for its next-gen iPhone. The report from CTech by Calcalist claims to have seen internal communications between the two companies and cites people familiar with the matter.
According to TF International Securities' well-sourced analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac), Apple is considering five colors for its upcoming iPhone 9: gray, white, blue, red, and orange. These Intel Radio chips are internally codenamed "Sunny Peak" and Intel has halted the production for its chips. But it's likely that the 5G phone business will begin to pick up speed in the coming years: Strategy Analytics recently said it expects the first 5G commercial handsets to go on sale starting in early 2019, but the firm also said 5G handsets will only account for 5% of global handset sales by 2021.
This is all after word broke in April that Apple was moving away from Intel by developing its own chips to use in its Mac PCs, too, to be used in its products by 2020. If Apple were to make its own chip, it wouldn't need to buy chips from Qualcomm, as it now does for the majority of iPhones, but may still need to pay licensing fees depending on the result of the legal battle. That's just really bad business.
Asahara guided the attack, according to testimony by his right-hand man, Yoshihiro Inoue, who also was executed on Friday. Asahara, who founded Aum in 1987, said that the United States would attack Japan and turn it into a nuclear wasteland.
Bharathi, Rajiv Tandon & Krishan Kumar, Kussum Arora & Nishant Pitti, Fanney Khan marks the directorial debut of Atul Manjrekar. Anil Kapoor plays the eponymous Fanney Khan , a middle-class man who dreamt of being a singer like Mohammad Rafi in his youth.
If the soldier opens the link, a warning pops up, and they have to meet their commanding officers to debrief on online security. All applications had between 400 to 500 downloads before being removed from the Google App store.
The cult went underground after the 1995 attack, but did not disappear, eventually renaming itself Aleph or Hikari no Wa. The former leader of the Aum Shinrikyo (Supreme Truth) doomsday cult and several of its members were executed on Friday.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday that Moscow and Washington had agreed that he would meet U.S. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders answers questions during the daily White House briefing on July 2.
Federer and Serena exude class
Roger Federer and Serena Williams will try to avoid further upsets at Wimbledon as the third round begins on Friday. It was her 16th straight victory at Wimbledon, although she missed last year's tournament while pregnant.
U.S. using DNA to reunite children with migrant parents
The official also would not speak about the question of whether children can consent to having their DNA collected. The Trump Administration is now seeking the legal authority to detain kids with their parents indefinitely.
Turnbull won't intervene in Nauru ABC ban
Canberra's Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery described Nauru's decision as an "outrageous restriction on press freedom ". There have been calls for other media organisations to boycott the Forum in response to the ban.
Your smartphone could be recording your screen, claims study
Howevever, the study explicitly noted its limitations and doesn't definitively state that phones never record its users. Users should also read through privacy policies as often as they can for sneaky statements about what data is gathered.