Chinese sources who indicate a very likely release date and the future price of the iPhone 14, Elon Musk who mocks Twitter who wants to force him to conclude the acquisition, Google Maps which allows a motorist to pass by a rather hefty fine, that’s the recap!
Chinese sources have most likely got their hands on the future release date and price of the iPhone 14. The latter could also be the most expensive iPhone ever. Elon Musk continues to make fun of Twitter and does not seem particularly worried about the legal proceedings launched against him by the social network. Finally, a young English motorist has just been saved by Google Maps, the application saved him from a very hefty fine. Here we go, we tell you everything you missed from the day of July 11, 2022.
The probable release date and price of the iPhone 14 are revealed
Chinese sources have got their hands on the future release date of the iPhone 14. And Apple’s brand new smartphone should officially see the light of day on Tuesday, September 13. Apple usually presents its new products at the beginning of September, and more precisely on Tuesdays. Tuesday the 6th corresponds this year to Labor Day in the United States, so it is the following Tuesday (the 13th) that the presentation and the start of sales should begin. When it comes to iPhone 14 prices, some models could reach over $2,000.
Read – iPhone 14: we finally know the probable release date and the price of smartphones
Elon Musk takes Twitter complaint lightly
As you know, Elon Musk has decided to abandon the takeover of Twitter. The billionaire had finally retracted after some opposition on access to data and after realizing that too many bots abound on the platform. But Twitter obviously took the news badly since the social network has just filed a complaint against Elon Musk. The billionaire is not at all worried about the consequences of the case. He even just posted a meme that makes fun of Twitter on… Twitter.
Read – Elon Musk mocks Twitter for trying to force him to complete the takeover
A young motorist escapes a fine thanks to Google Maps
Finally in the miscellaneous news category of the day, this young English motorist of 21 years deserves the palme d’or. The latter was wrongly accused of illegally prolonged parking. The young man was fined 118 euros and then came up with the idea of defending himself using Google Maps. The application’s browsing history thus proved that the motorist had not illegally exceeded the authorized parking limit.
Read – Google Maps: he escapes a hefty fine thanks to his location data