The Vision Pro is official, Amazon wants a phone plan for its Prime subscribers, the recap

Apple is finally launching its most innovative product of the past ten years, Amazon wants a phone subscription for Prime customers, Android 14 will get a useful new feature, this is the recap.


Apple took advantage of WWDC 2023 to present its first mixed reality headset which promises to make a lasting mark on the industry, the Vision Pro. For its part, Amazon would be about to launch its own mobile plan, and would even make it free for its own customers. Finally, your battery should no longer have any secrets for you if your smartphone is compatible with Android 14. Come on, let’s go for the recap of the day on Monday, June 05, 2023.

Apple launches Vision Pro mixed reality headset

Apple has finally given us a look at the device it’s now calling Vision Pro. Designed to support AR and VR applications, the Vision Pro is a standalone headset featuring an innovative design that does not require a dedicated controller. Instead, through the use of multiple external and internal sensors and cameras, Apple plans to rely entirely on voice input and hand or eye gestures.

Read – Apple launches Vision Pro, the mixed reality headset that wants to revolutionize our daily lives

Amazon could soon launch into telephony

Amazon is reportedly considering launching an affordable, or even free, mobile phone service for Prime subscribers, according to a Bloomberg report. The subscription would be available for a nominal fee of $10 per month, and could even become free as part of the existing Amazon Prime membership. Several American mobile operators have already been approached.

Read – Amazon could offer a phone subscription to Prime customers

Android 14 will let you know the health of your battery

On iPhones, it is possible to check the health of your battery. The smartphone displays information such as the remaining capacity, but Google wants to go even further with Android 14. A Battery Health Checker tool will appear, and should indicate the exact number of charge cycles, the current charging policy of the battery, as well as the date of manufacture of the latter.

Read – Android 14: Google will finally add this essential system tool to any mobile device

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