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Apple reportedly has big upgrades in the works for the next iPhone camera

Is it time to say goodbye to interchangeable lens cameras?

We’re coming up on Big Tech’s new release season, and the gadget swamis are already predicting big changes. At the top of the list is Apple, which is reportedly taking a big step forward in the photography department on its upcoming iPhone 13. 

The new tech offering will sport a big camera if leaked photos of the device are any indication. Among the predicted bells and whistles are a new six-element ultrawide lens with autofocus and a video Portrait mode. As part of its ...

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    Apple to offer two-hour delivery due to the pandemic

    The service is available for $5 for a limited time only

    Apple has announced that it will be offering two-hour shipping on items in its stores for a limited time. The company said the new service, which costs $5, is available “in most metros.” 

    "With convenient delivery and pickup methods, Apple is making it easier and safer to get the products you want," Apple said on its website.

    To prevent the spread of COVID-19, deliveries will be contactless. Drivers can also ask for verbal confirmation that the customer received the item instead of having them sign for it. 

    Adapting to the pandemic

    This isn’t the first time Apple has modified its operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier this year, the tech giant said its reopened stores would have “Express” windows outdoors where customers could pick up orders or get items repaired.

    Apple says its new delivery option is available for “eligible in-stock items.” 

    Consumers who don’t need an item within two hours can choose the company’s free next-day delivery option, which is available for any in-stock Mac, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, or Apple Watch. The company notes that customers can get free two-day delivery on “almost everything else.” 

    Apple has announced that it will be offering two-hour shipping on items in its stores for a limited time. The company said the new service, which costs $5,...
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