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Digital Trends Live: Shanghai Disney reopens, iPhone 12 rumors, and more

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, host Greg Nibler discusses the top-trending stories in tech, including Shanghai Disney and Comic-Con coronavirus updates, iPhone 12 rumors, the end of “Reply All” nightmares, a review of the Nordic Track RW Rower, and more.

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We then speak with Jason Martin, principal engineer in the Security Solutions Lab and manager of the Secure Intelligence Team at Intel Labs, about working to build A.I. that can create a better brain tumor detection algorithm.

We then take a closer look at the iPad Pro plus Magic Keyboard from Apple, and whether or not they can really replace a MacBook Air.

We then go to DT’s Drew Prindle, who catches us up on the best crowdfunding tech products out there with the Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet segment. This week’s finds include the Lunark Moon Base module, the TelScope Oral Health System, and the Creality CR-6 3D consumer printer.

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The iPhone SE 2022 will likely arrive in March or April
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Apple is just a few months away from introducing an iPhone SE refresh, says analyst Mark Gurman from Bloomberg. In the latest edition of his PowerOn newsletter, Gurman mentions that the company is planning a virtual launch event in March or April, and a new iPhone SE is very much likely to make an appearance.

The iPhone SE will reportedly be Apple’s cheapest 5G-ready phone to date, and many analysts view it as a valuable enabler for users, as well as Apple’s carrier partners who are in the 5G expansion phase. The previous-generation iPhone SE arrived in 2020 carrying a $399 price tag. And even if one includes the “5G tax” conundrum, Apple will likely sell its successor for below the $500 margin to retain the competitive edge.
It's all about 5G
As for the phone itself, well, it is turning out to be a fairly boring refresh. Credible sources like TFI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo have mentioned in the past few months that the 2022 iPhone SE will rock the same design as its 2020 sibling, which in turn, goes all the way back to the iPhone 8 from 2017.

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Relive the moment Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone exactly 15 years ago
Steve Jobs showing off the very first iPhone in 2007.

It was January 9, 2007, when Steve Jobs strolled confidently onto a San Francisco stage to unveil the very first iPhone.

Wearing his trademark black turtleneck, blue jeans, and white sneakers, the then Apple boss told the expectant audience at the Macworld Conference at the Moscone Center: “Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything.”

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iPhone: Apple video highlights 10 cool features on its handset
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Apple has just dropped a new video highlighting 10 useful tips to help you get the most out of your iPhone.

10 helpful iPhone tips | Apple Support

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