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The biggest announcement was a new range of iPhones, including the iPhone 11, with a new dual camera system, as well as two iPhone Pro models with three cameras each. Cameras galore!
In addition, the company announced the iPads a Apple Hours, as well as pricing and launch dates for Apple Arcade (September 19 launch) and Apple TV + (November 1).
The draft law states that if the contractor's work is part of the normal business of the company, they must be appointed as employees. Thus, these workers will have access to more protection such as minimum wages, the right to union and overtime.
In the revised S-1 developer released on Tuesday afternoon, the developer of stationary bikes and online mills announced a proposed price range of $ 26 to $ 29 per share, allowing the company to raise up to $ 1.2 billion from the IPO.
Speaking of Uber, the company laid off about 8% of the workforce, with 170 people leaving the product team and 265 people leaving the engineering team.
Test Pilot allows users to try new features before they are ready for normal use.
Aerospace Corp is not widely known outside of space circles, but its 59-year-old legacy of research and development is remarkable. The nonprofit is working with the US Air Force and other government space programs to identify emerging commercial technologies that can be applied to future space programs.
Let's conclude this with some ideas about what yesterday's ads mean for Apple's strategy – especially the company's growing focus on content and services, and its new thinking about how to put an iPhone. (Additional crisis membership is required.)