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After the long wait, Apple has finally unveiled not just one, but four new variants of the iPhone 12.

The two “basic” iPhone 12 models are meant for everyone who prefers the essentials in an iPhone — with a smaller model catered to people with petite hands. Meanwhile, the other two are intended for the real “pros”. In Apple’s words, they are the “iPhones for photographers”.

It’s a no-brainer that Apple decided to equip all units with a powerful A14 Bionic chipset and future-ready 5G modems. But do you know what makes them distinct other than their screen sizes? It’s their respective camera sensors.

Curious to find out which is which? Watch our quick recap of the newest Apple iPhone 12 series here.

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Nokia created a new Nokia 3310 but it’s just cake

Always has been

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After years of languishing in the darkness, Nokia has ascended back into the spotlight as a staple of the smartphone industry. That happened five years ago. HMD Global, the current owner of Nokia’s products, has a lot to be thankful for. And what’s a better way to celebrate a milestone anniversary than with a cake? To celebrate the fifth anniversary of Nokia’s new era, the company has partnered with renowned cake sculptor Michelle Wibowo.

The cake is designed after none other than the iconic Nokia 3310. Though it’s the newer version of the classic phone, the cake looks hyper-realistic. It looks as great as the actual phone. However, it was made with chocolate sponge and vanilla buttercream. The casing, on the other hand, is made with a hand-painted sugar shell casing.

Of course, Nokia has since launched a flurry of other phones since then. But the brand is especially indebted to the Nokia 3310 as one of the early devices that catapulted it to the top of the tech world in the early 2000s. The classic Nokia 3310 was launched in September 2000.

Michelle Wibowo is a famous cake sculptor known around the world. She has created works of art like the Hogwarts Castle and lifelike depictions of popular figures like Queen Elizabeth II. The hyper-realistic Nokia 3310 cake certainly echoes the past trend of creating everyday items with cake.

SEE ALSO: Nokia E3101: The wireless earbuds for everyone

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Apple launches new PRODUCT(RED) iPhone 13 models

And Apple Watch Series 7

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Besides the iconic black variant, the red variant is one of the most popular color options for an iPhone. The now-ubiquitous (PRODUCT)RED version is more than just a sleek option, though. Apple’s partnership with (RED) has always been about raising awareness for HIV and AIDS. Now, 15 years later, Apple wants to continue the fight further with new PRODUCT(RED) products.

This holiday season, Apple is launching red variants of the iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 mini. Outside of the iPhone lineup, the company is also introducing a PRODUCT(RED) variant of the Apple Watch Series 7. The wearable will also get six new watch faces with the PRODUCT(RED) theme. It also gets a few red strap options for more customization: Braided Solo Loop, Sport Band, and Sport Loop straps.

From now until the end of the year, Apple is donating a portion of the proceeds from the variants to the Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response. According to the initiative, combating COVID-19 will help the Global Fund redirect its efforts to fight AIDS.

Also, from December 6 to the end of the year, Apple is donating US$ 1 to the Global Fund for every purchase made with Apple Pay through Apple.com, the Apple Store app, and actual Apple Stores.

SEE ALSO: Apple iPhone 13 mini Review: STILL My Favorite!

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Uncovering Secrets of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3!

What makes their displays so special aside from being folded?

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What makes both the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 special aside from their folding displays? If we’ll take a closer look at their displays on a more “cellular” level, we’ll be able to fully appreciate the display technology beneath them.

Say hello to Samsung’s Eco2 OLED™ (yes, Eco-squared), their newest display tech with a unique Diamond Pixel structure. Using a device called ‘Loupe’, we can tell you why the new display is different among other devices!

Find out more about Samsung’s new OLED display by clicking this link right here.

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