Didn’t have time to follow the news yesterday? Here’s what marked Tuesday, May 3: we know why Jony Ive left Apple, Fitbit is facing new problems and USB-C will support 240 W. To not miss any news, remember to subscribe to the newsletter Frandroid.
Jony Ive: the real reasons for his departure
In an upcoming book, passages of which have been revealed by the New York Times, we discover the reasons that led Jony Ive, emblematic design manager of Apple, to leave the firm in 2019, after 27 years of presence. Strategic disputes with Tim Cook reportedly led the two men to take separate routes.
Fitbit: all its products could cause serious burns
According to a new class action initiated in the United States, all Fitbit bracelets and connected watches are likely to cause burns to their users. Recalls have already taken place, but management by the manufacturer is insufficient, according to the complainants.
USB-C 2.1 will support 240 W
While the new 240W cables are good news, USB-C is still touted as the one-stop solution for all our future cable needs. However, compatibility remains a major problem that will have to be taken into account.
The review: Motorola Edge 30 Pro
Motorola’s new flagship returns with top flight specs. Among the first smartphones on the market to feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor and a 144 Hz Oled screen, the Motorola Edge 30 Pro wants above all to shine with its value for money. Successful bet ?
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