After months of anticipation, Apple will finally reveal its iPhone 12 series this evening.
The tech giant is hosting an event at 18:00 BST this evening, where it’s expected to launch four new iPhones, rumoured to be called the iPhone 12 Mini, the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
But just hours before the launch, an eagle-eyed fan has spotted what they believe are blurry images of the iPhone 12 on Apple’s official iCloud website.
Four new icons have been added to the iCloud website, labelled iPhone13,1, iPhone13,2, iPhone13,3, and the iPhone13,4.
For reference, last year’s iPhone 11 was labelled on the iCloud website as ‘iPhone12,1’.
Twitter user @AppleSWUpdates said: “Have you ever noticed those images in the iCloud or the Apple ID website?
“Apple has uploaded 4 images for the iPhone13,1 13,2 13,3 and 13,4. No … iPhone uses those identifiers.”
Unfortunately, it remains unclear how @AppleSWUpdates found the icons, although it’s likely they were hidden in the code of Apple’s website.
Thankfully, there’s not long to find out what Apple has in store for us.
Its ‘Hi, Speed’ event will begin at 18:00 tonight, where Apple is likely to treat us to a host of new products.
Mirror Online will be covering tonight’s event live, so make sure you check in at 18:00 for all the latest Apple news!
Carmela Wallace, mother of late rapper Juice WRLD, opened up about her late son’s “struggles with addiction, anxiety, and depression” to mark World Mental Health Day 2020.
In the letter, Wallace writes of the “Lucid Dreams” star, real name Jarad Anthony Higgins: “I think he felt comfortable being honest with me because I never judged him. I recognized that what Jarad was dealing with was a disease and I know he truly wanted to be free from the demons that tormented him.
“As a parent, I believed early on and supported Jarad having access to counseling,” she admitted. “I encouraged him to always share his feelings.”
Juice WRLD died on December 8th, 2019 at the age of 21. His death was ruled an accidental overdose “as a result of oxycodone and codeine toxicity.”
In his memory, Wallace also revealed that she has established a new website, Live Free 999, in the hopes that it will be “a resource to those that are struggling”.
“My message to the parents and children is simple. You do not have to suffer alone. You do not have to be ashamed of your mental health struggles. There is help. There is a way out,” she continued.
“If we can help even one Mother and their son or daughter through our work here, Jarad’s death will have meaning and his positive, loving, creative spirit will endure.”
For more information on Wallace’s new venture, visit https://livefree999.org/.
Park Seo Joon just gave us something to look forward to.
In an interview with magazine Metro.Style, the South Korean actor said he wants to meet his Filipino fans once again after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
“If this situation will be resolved as soon as possible, if there are still people who support me, I hope we can meet up soon,” Park said in the video of his interview.
“I’m also hoping for that and I hope you stay healthy until then,” he added.
Seo Joon recalled the time in 2019 when he was in the Philippines, saying he felt more support in the Philippines compared to when he is in Korea.
“I went to the Philippines for a promotion before. When I am in Korea, I don’t feel the support that much. But when I went there [Philippines], I had an amazing experience,” he said.
Ana endorser for local clothing brand Bench, Seo Joon was in Manila for a fan event at the Mall of Asia Arena.
He enjoyed his time in Manila so much, Seo Joon even vlogged about it.
Seo Joon recently starred in the hit Korean drama “Itaewon Class.” He is also recognized as a leading man in several K-dramas including “She Was Pretty,” “Fight For My Way,” and “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim.”
The South Korean actor also starred in an ad for cosmetics brand BYS Philippines.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, mass gathering events including concerts and fan meets have been cancelled or rescheduled due to the safety protocols and travel restrictions imposed.
However, the Korean culture trend has emerged even more amid the quarantine period in the Philippines with more and more Pinoy fans getting into K-Pop music and K-drama series. — Jannielyn Ann Bigtas/LA, GMA News
The French Tennis Federation (FFT) has outlined its ambition to be a leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based fan and player experiences at this year’s French Open at Roland Garros, hoping more intelligent digital services will help compensate for the lack of spectators.
This year’s tournament was supposed to take place in early summer but was postponed until this week due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It had been hoped that up to 10,000 fans would be allowed through the gates, but tightened restrictions mean just 1,000 people will set foot on the ground.
Limited capacity means that even the most seasoned of tennis fans will have to watch the action unfold on television, online or on their mobile. In this year, of all years, there will be additional expectations on the digital Roland Garros experience.
Roland Garros 2020
Organizers, just like their counterparts at the other three Grand Slams, are at least prepared. There is a recognition that the fixed locations of tennis’s most important events combined with limited numbers of tickets mean most fans will never physically attend.
The ambition for each tournament’s digital experience is the next best thing to being there and there is increasingly a belief that having the best technology contributes to each Grand Slam’s claim to be the most prestigious in the sport.
Last year Roland Garros enlisted the support of technology firm Infosys to boost its digital efforts and fan engagement, introducing analytics-based features and Augmented