The iPhone X features two 12-megapixel sensors with a f/1.8 wide-angle lens and f/2.4 telephoto lens. The iPhone X features optical image stabilization on both 12-megapixel sensors. It also includes an improved Quad-LED TrueTone flash, with Apple promising two times better uniformity of light. Like the iPhone 8, Apple says it will deliver an improved portrait mode that will allow users to adjust the light that’s rendered on the subject’s face. Portrait mode will also be available via the front-facing selfie camera.
On Tuesday, Apple debuted its new premium flagship iPhone X, a device created in honour of the iPhone’s ten-year anniversary. Canadian consumers will need to pay $1,319 to buy the base 64GB model outright. The anniversary iPhone is also available in a 256GB variant for $1,529. Pre-orders begin on October 27th, through Apple Town Squares and online at Apple.ca.
In this week’s Cool Picks, The CBT Team bring you their top picks from the assistive tech world.
A Cincinnati-based startup recently launched a DIY kit of smart-home connected products – which includes voice-controlled Amazon Echo Dot technology — that it says can help senior citizens live independently for longer.
An innovative student-led project at the UAE University in Al Ain is hoping to make reading easier for visually impaired people by developing a pocket-sized portable device that can translate reading materials into Braille.
In a recent opening of the Lions’ Sensory Garden at the botanical garden on September 8, 2017, which was attended by 60 Lions club members from across the West Rand (Wilro Park, Helderkruin, Roodepoort Host, Clearwater Cyber and Krugersdorp), honoured guests from the botanical garden, and the Guide Dog Association SA.
Microsoft has won an award for the level of inclusion found in their product design. The award came from the Annual U.S. Business Leadership Network (USBLN) National Conference, and celebrates another milestone in the company’s advancement in technology for accessibility users.
Guy Carriere’s sense of independence has grown by leaps and bounds since acquiring his service dog, Dixon, a little over a year ago.
Google just unveiled new features at a Google Developer Days keynote. The AI is also pulling up answers faster. They indicate that Google Assistant now possesses better contextual awareness. Not only will it be able to answer some of your vaguest questions, but it will also come in handy on your travels.
In this week’s VIP, Nelson and James bring you the top stories from Cool Blind Tech along with some really Cool Picks.