Tech glitches may delay iPhone 8
Technological problem might force Apple to delay the release of its next flagship smartphone — iPhone 8, US news network the CNBC cited a report from Bank of America as saying. The report, written by Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s two analysts, said the iPhone 8 “will ship 3-4 weeks delayed given technological issues which Apple and its suppliers are working through”. The observation, according to the CNBC, was made after the two analysts’ recent visits to Apple’s suppliers in Asia. Apple has not released a launch date for the as-yet announced iPhone 8 but it typically releases new iterations of the device in September. The report said the problems are with the new fingerprint sensor and 3D-scanning technologies. Certificate and an airline operating license. If granted the accreditation would give the airline permission to establish a third company wing, called “easyJet Europe” alongside its existing operations in Britain and Switzerland. All are to be owned by Britain-based parent easyJet plc. The move is being interpreted by Austrian media as a means for the airline to be able to continue to offer flights within the European Union in anticipation of the upcoming Brexit. In a news release the company did not state how many new jobs would be created at its Vienna operations, though it noted that no jobs would be shifted there from Britain.
A contestant uses her mobile phone to take a photo of a sculpture she made out of a watermelon at an innovation contest held in Fuyang, Anhui province, over the weekend.