Apple Launches iPhone 12 Studio to Let You Virtually Try Out MagSafe Accessory Combinations

first_imgAre iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel. Tanishka Sodhi Tanishka Sodhi is a sub-editor at Gadgets 360. As a journalist, she has covered education, culture, and media and mental health. She is interested in the intersection of technology and culture, and its impact on everyday lives. Tanishka is a staunch advocate of gender equality, and the correct use of commas. You can get in touch with her via Twitter at @tanishka_s2 or drop a mail at Apple has launched iPhone 12 Studio, a webpage that lets you virtually try different MagSafe accessories. The webpage can be accessed via iPhones and iPads. You can choose between iPhone 12 models and customise them with MagSafe case and wallet colour options. You can also save the look by naming it and return later to buy it. MagSafe uses magnets placed inside the iPhone to wirelessly charge the phone. Accessories like cases and wallets can also attach to the phones.The iPhone 12 Studio can be accessed by iPhones and iPads. On visiting the site, you can choose between iPhone 12 models – iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. When you select a model, brief information about the iPhone will be displayed to you after which you can “scroll down to personalise” and tap on Design.- Advertisement – You can start by choosing the colour of the iPhone and then pick a colour for the MagSafe case or wallet from the available options. The changes will automatically reflect on the picture of the iPhone on your screen. You can keep mixing and matching colours until you find a combination you like. After this, Apple allows you to choose between viewing the final look in a stacked view or doubled-up view, following which you can add your name and download the image.The iPhone 12 Studio will allow users to experiment with colour combinations and give them to freedom to try on different MagSafe cases, even if only virtually. This will ensure that customer have a fair idea about how the new MagSafe accessory they have ordered will look with their new iPhone 12 models. Apple Watch Studio works similarly; customers are allowed to pick a model and customise it virtually.The MagSafe charger is available at Rs. 4,500 and can be purchased from the Apple Store online.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Losing Force India bidder seeking legal action against Vijay Mallya owned F1 team after ‘unfair administration process’

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US Press Trust Of India 1 year ago Congress attacks India’s speech at UNGA on Pakistan terror, terms it as “a bit disappointing” WATCH US LIVE Russian fertilizer group Uralkali said that by turning down its higher bid for the company, the administrators had denied the extra funds that would have accrued to the shareholder of Force India — Mallya’s Orange India Holdings Sarl — which is subject to a freezing order issued by the UK’s High Court in favour of his 13 creditor Indian banks, led by the State Bank of India. In a statement given to Autosport, Uralkali claims that the winning bid was ‘significantly inferior’ as compared to the offer tabled by them, and believes that the ‘highest bid should have been awarded the winner’.  Describing the 62-year-old UK-based businessman fighting his extradition to India on fraud and money laundering charges amounting to nearly Rs 9,000 crores as a “unique character”, Ostling said it had been made clear to Uralkali that the administrator and team’s engine partner Mercedes would not accept any deal in which either Mallya or Sahara had any “share or interest or participation”.”Mallya’s legal entanglements made it impossible for anyone to do a normal business deal with him to acquire Force India. When you are trying to do a deal with a man who is facing extradition and other charges, it made it extraordinarily difficult,” said Ostling, who indicated that Uralkali is still interested in acquiring Force India because it is a good racing team which “punches above its weight”. The administrators, however, insist they oversaw a “fair and transparent bidding process” which led to the sale of Force India to the Racing Point consortium, led by Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll, after it went into administration in July. Uralkali have now launched legal proceedings against administrators FRP Advisory in the High Court in London on Thursday to claim “tens of millions of dollars” in damages over the alleged “prejudicial and unequal treatment” in the bidding process. Mallya, through Orange India Holdings set up in 2007, owned a 42.5 per cent stake in the Silverstone-based racing team alongside a similar shareholding in the hands of India’s Sahara Group. Russian fertilizer company Uralkali claims that it had attempted to buy the Vijay Mallya owned F1 team, Force India after it feel out of administration during the summer. However, it lost out to a bid led by Lawrence Stroll, father of Williams F1 driver Lance, and now the Russian group have raised concerns about the administration process.  1 year ago Tanushree Dutta Controversy: Simi Garewal Puts Out A Strong Message “It’s very sad what’s going on with Mr Mallya and Sahara and all their problems. But the team is a wonderful group of people; the drivers, mechanics, business people are an extraordinary group of 400 people who we adore. We wanted to take care of them and support them,” Ostling added. The company said it had set out an extremely generous offer to acquire Force India’s business, assets and goodwill, which included a cash consideration between 101.5 million and 122 million pounds. WE RECOMMEND Last Updated: 30th September, 2018 15:14 IST Losing Force India Bidder Seeking Legal Action Against Vijay Mallya Owned F1 Team After ‘unfair Administration Process’ Russian fertilizer company Uralkali claims that it had attempted to buy the Vijay Mallya owned F1 team, Force India after it feel out of administration during the summer. A ruling in Mallya’s extradition trial at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London is scheduled for December 10. A separate UK High Court ruling from May this year upheld a worldwide freezing order against the businessman, with a follow-up enforcement order in June in favour of the consortium of 13 Indian banks to recover estimated funds of around 1.145 billion pounds.Uralkali, which accounts for 20 per cent of the world’s potash production, has been a partner of Force India and one of the sponsors of Formula One Grand Prix Sochi, which takes place in Russia on Sunday. Written By FOLLOW US LIVE TV COMMENT First Published: 30th September, 2018 15:08 IST 1 year ago Sourav Ganguly left surprised after BCCI ignore Rohit Sharma for series against West Indieslast_img read more

Creative Switch… Paddy Power drops Lucky Generals for Chime Sports

first_img Share Share FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020 Related Articles Submit StumbleUpon Paddy Power has ended its four-year relationship with London marketing agency Lucky Generals, as the bookmaker’s lead creative agency.UK marketing news sources report that Lucky Generals chose not to re-pitch its services for the account, which had been placed under review by Paddy Power marketing during 2017.Moving forward, Paddy Power’s multi-million £/€ advertising account will be serviced by sports-centric creative agency Chime Sports Marketing, a subsidiary of Chime Group Communications.Operating as Paddy Power’s lead creative agency since 2013, Lucky Generals has developed a number of popular high coverage campaigns for the bookmaker including; ‘Too Fruity’, ‘Rainbow Laces’ and current advertising drive ‘You Beauty’.Following the 2016 merger of Paddy Power and Betfair, Lucky Generals would be kept as lead creative agency for the enlarged enterprise, working alongside Mediacom as the group’s media planning & buying agency.In 2016, Lucky Generals developed Betfair’s latest advertising campaign ‘Ready?’. At present, it has been reported that Betfair will maintain its relationship with Lucky Generals as its creative strategy lead. ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure  August 27, 2020 Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020last_img read more

GTT’s “Pinktober” continues to raise awareness of cancers in Guyana

first_img– need for more collaboration to help save lives – GTT CEOThe list of activities for the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph’s (GTT’s) flagship “Pinktober Month” for 2019 officially commenced on Monday with a cancer symposium and the telecommunications giant is urging that more corporate entities join its fight against all forms of cancer.The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GTT) Company’s Chief Executive Officer, Justin NeddPinktober month is aimed at raising cancer awareness and facilitating access to support for all Guyanese. In 2017, GTT raised $4 million while in 2018 the company was able to almost triple that amount.This initiative has resulted in the company being able to continue its fight against cancer by providing support to multiple foundations and according to GTT’s Chief Executive Officer, Justin Nedd, for this year, his company aims to do more.“Today is the October 1st and it kicks off a series of events that we have for the month, the month of Pinktober. And why are we doing this? GTT takes pride in bringing people together and connecting people…it is important for us to be connected to drive things like early detection right through to palliative care”, Nedd stated.A section of the gathering at GTT’s Pinktober Month 2019 Cancer Symposium at Duke Lodge on TuesdayAt the symposium, various health officials and guest speakers elaborated on the various forms of cancer affecting the Guyanese populace and reminded that the fight against this deadly disease is everybody’s business.The GTT CEO stated that there is scope for improvement in relation to cancer awareness and treatment and, therefore, it is necessary that more persons get on board.“We have quite a bit of work to do and that is why it is absolutely important that we continue to come together because if everybody puts just a little bit, we can save lives together. We do look forward to stronger policy…and from the organisations’ end and from the individuals’ end we really want to collaborate and come together and raise funds because much of this cost quite a bit of money.”The concept of Pinktober was birthed out of a marriage between the significance of the colour pink in the cancer society and the month of October which is a month set aside for Cancer Awareness.This initiative by GTT is held annually and has created a calendar of activities that will engage the public.last_img read more

FA critical of Burnley fans over Bong taunts

first_img0Shares0000Brighton defender Gaetan Bong (R) – FA condemns taunts he received from Burnley fans on Saturday © AFP / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 30 – The Football Association has condemned the Burnley fans who taunted Brighton defender Gaetan Bong during Saturday’s goalless draw at Turf Moor.Cameroon international Bong accused West Bromwich Albion forward Jay Rodriguez, a former Burnley player, of racially abusing him during a match in January. That charge was found not proven but the FA said it was satisfied the complaint was “made in absolute good faith”, prompting a disagreement between the feuding players on social media.Bong was subjected to prolonged booing throughout the match against Burnley and also had to endure ugly chants from Clarets supporters.“The FA considers the behaviour of some supporters on Saturday towards Gaetan Bong to be unacceptable,” a statement read.“It needs repeating, following the recent disciplinary matter, that there was no suggestion by any party involved in that case that the player made a malicious or fabricated complaint.“The FA was wholly satisfied that the complaint was made in absolute good faith.“The FA takes all allegations of discrimination extremely seriously and continues to encourage all participants who believe that they have been the subject of or witness to discriminatory abuse to report this through the appropriate channels.”Speaking after the game, Brighton manager Chris Hughton had said: “I would have to say that I thought the reaction of the Burnley supporters towards Gaetan every time he got the ball was shameful, I really do.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more