If you are looking for an answer to the question What is Artificial Intelligence? and you only have a minute, then here's the definition the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence offers on its home page: "the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines."
However, if you are fortunate enough to have more than a minute, then please get ready to embark upon an exciting journey exploring AI (but beware, it could last a lifetime) …
That's the name first used in Spring 2016 when the chassis of an earlier iPhone, the iPhone 5s, was packed with the then-latest processor. It was also cheaper than any of the other phones in Apple's range. Apple has followed the same route here. The new phone looks very similar to the iPhone 8, with a 4.7in display, Touch ID, glass back for wireless charging. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be retired, so this will become the most affordable iPhone in the range.
The new iPhone SE has landed and it qualifies as about the best-value phone Apple has yet made. With a price of £419, it very nearly matches the lowest debut price for an iPhone, too. That was the original iPhone SE which launched in March 2016 for £359. This is the first time Apple has recycled a phone's name. The original SE (the two letters don't stand for anything, by the way) matched the chassis of the iPhone 5s with a much newer, more powerful processor – the chip from the iPhone 6s.
Apple Inc. unveiled the new iPhone SE, its first low-cost smartphone in four years, seeking to boost sales while consumers wait for the launch of new high-end models with 5G later this year. To get to the lower cost, Apple is using an iPhone 8 design that debuted in 2017 along with a less advanced camera system, a smaller and older display and a Touch ID fingerprint scanner instead of 3-D facial recognition. The new model comes in black, white or red with storage options ranging from 64GB to 256GB, Cupertino, California-based Apple said on Wednesday. While many of the device's specifications have been surpassed by newer technology at this point, the iPhone SE does use the same A13 processor as the latest flagship iPhone. This also gives Apple a more competitive model in countries such as India that are flooded with cheaper Android phones.
Apple has launched a cheaper version of its iPhone SE as it attempts to continue normal business despite the coronavirus pandemic. The second-generation SE resembles Apple's previous design used for its smartphones between 2014 and 2017, complete with the traditional touch ID home button instead of face recognition. It costs from £419 in the UK and $399 in the US. The new phone is a follow-up to the entry-level SE from 2016, which reused the design of the iPhone 5S. The new SE replaces 2017's iPhone 8, which was until recently the cheapest iPhone on sale, costing £479 in the UK and $449 in the US.
If you want a new iPhone but find the latest lineup too pricy, Apple may have a surprise in store for you. The Cupertino, California-based company is reportedly working on a new low-cost iPhone -- potentially a nod to the iPhone SE -- and it could come out as early as March, according to a report from Bloomberg. The publication, citing people familiar with Apple's product launches, reported that the smartphone will look similar to the iPhone 8, which came out in 2017 and had a single camera on the back. It will also include a 4.7-inch touchscreen. The iPhone 8 is still on the market selling for $449.
Black Friday fever is almost upon us, and this year online retailer Amazon is rolling out the deals a whole week early in what will be its'biggest ever' event. That means you can get your hands on fantastic offers on toys, beauty, home and more over an extended eight-day period in the UK. During Black Friday last year, customers purchased over two million items on Amazon. Popular buys included the much-loved Amazon Beauty Advent Calendar, the Amazon Echo Dot smart speaker and the highly-rated Instant Pot Pressure Cooker - showing the huge range of fantastic deals available on the day. This year, the sales extravaganza is expected to feature Lightning Deals, limited-time offers, new exclusive-to-Amazon product launches and other big savings.
New AirPods are here at last. On Wednesday, Apple announced its second-generation AirPods. The new wireless earbuds look identical to the old model, but come with a new H1 chip to achieve up to 50 percent longer talk time on a given charge, and enable hands-free "Hey Siri" voice controls. With the H1 chip, the new AirPods get up to 5 hours of listening time and up to 3 hours of talk time (up from 2 hours on the first-gen AirPods). The new chip also enables 2x faster audio connection when switching between Apple devices (i.e.
There are times when Apple swallows its pride and puts product usability ahead of the company's narrative of being a leader and an innovator. Wireless charging, bezel-less displays, and dual cameras on the iPhone are the most the recent examples. But there's one area where Apple is stubbornly holding onto the innovator narrative and badly impacting the usability of its most important product--and that's with Face ID on the iPhone X, and soon the iPhone XS as well. It's not that Apple hasn't done a decent job with Face ID, because it has. Facial recognition technology has been around on other phones for years, but Apple made it more effective and more secure.
There are really good deals out there from top retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Target. Today, you can save on computer products, home and kitchen appliances, and devices from Amazon. There are two really good "Deals of the Day" from Amazon. First up, Samsung's 4K LED Display Monitor, which is on sale for $219.99, as well as Estalon's leather laptop messenger bags, which is going for less than $50. You can save up to 55% on portable storage from SanDisk, while HP has a deal on the Stream 11.6-inch laptop, which is priced at $129.00, and the company's 14-inch Touchscreen Chromebook, which is going for $249.99.
Target is not messing around for Prime Day, y'all. They knew that Amazon was gonna bust out some wild deals on appliances and vacuums, so what did Target do? Have a massive storewide one-day sale including 25% off of small kitchen appliances and vacuums. If you couldn't find the Instant Pot, kitchen appliance, or vacuum that you wanted on sale at Amazon, there's a good chance you'll be able to find it at Target. Some items are already on sale (so you'll get a double discount), and some are full price.