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TechnikNews Weekly #061: OnePlus 7 Pro, iPhone 11 and more

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Oops, it's Sunday again! As has been a tradition for over a year now, there is also one today TechnikNews Weekly. This time with leaks and information about the OnePlus 7 Pro and iPhone 11 and other exciting news.

OnePlus 7 Pro with groundbreaking display

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau spoke to The Verge this week about the OnePlus 7 Pro and confirmed some leaks from the past. Lau says that this time more money was spent on the display than in previous years. The CEO also says that the display is "super smooth and very crisp". If you believe the rumours, the panel has a resolution of QHD+ and a refresh rate of 90 Hertz. The smartphone should also have 5G and a triple camera. All the latest news about the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro you can find here:

The back of the iPhone 11 has a new design

In less than half a year, Apple will again invite you to an iPhone event, where we will see the next generation of Apple smartphones. There is now an interesting rumor about the back side: The well-known Leaker OnLeaks claims that the upcoming iPhones will have a back side consisting of a single glass plate into which the camera hill will also be embedded. So this should not be as noticeable as in the years before. The pictures provided by the leaker also show that there is a Lightning port on the underside, not a USB-C connector, and that the mute switch can now be pushed differently.

iPad Pro with touch screenProtrouble

A pair of Proproduct from Apple is doing it again Probleme, this time it's the iPad Pro. Users of the 2017 and 2018 models report that the touchscreen is unresponsive. In all cases, this was hardly noticeable at first until the tablet's display gradually became more and more unreliable. A software error is ruled out, since downloading updates and resetting the devices did not help. An official statement from Apple is still pending.

Galaxy Fold release postponed

There is probably no one who has not heard that several test devices handed out to the Galaxy Fold broke. Therefore, Samsung decided to postpone the release, which would have taken place soon, indefinitely. In the meantime, the manufacturer has withdrawn the test devices that have been distributed and media events are also gradually being postponed. Now they will work on improving the device so that there can be a new release soon.

Apple Pay starts in Austria

On Tuesday it was suddenly announced that Apple Pay would start the next day, that is, on Wednesday in Austria. And that's how it happened: Apple Pay has actually been available in Austria since Wednesday morning. As reported last month, Erste Bank, N26 and boon will be on board at the start. To use the Apple service, you need at least an iPhone 6, an iPad Air 2 or an iPad mini 3 and a Mac with Touch ID.

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David lives in Graz and has been there for around half a decade TechnikNews, also editor-in-chief for some time. He regularly provides the site with news, test reports and the like TechnikNews Weekly, which was his idea to launch. He likes to spend his free time outdoors, listening to a lot of music (and clearly too loud) and some podcasts on all kinds of topics, and also likes to go running. He enjoys the time that remains with his charming girlfriend or in front of the TV.

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