The tech world has just had a big week, very dense in terms of significant news. Among the most important, we retain the design of the PS5, Samsung which breaks a rule in the Play Store and the anticipated passage of Apple Macs on ARM chips. Here is the recap!
SONY SHOWS WHAT PLAYSTATION 5 LOOKS LIKE
We now know the design of the PlayStation 5. Or rather the PS5, because there are a classic version and a Digital Edition version dedicated to dematerialized games. Even if Sony has not yet communicated the dimensions of its machine, we have taken a little calculation to confirm that the console is very impressive.
Important thing: the PS5 can be used horizontally. In addition, its very particular, curvy look has been the subject of humorous montages on the web.
SAMSUNG REBILLS AGAINST PLAY STORE
Samsung’s Galaxy Wearable app violates one of the Play Store policies by offering to install another app, Samsung Pay without going through Google’s platform. This has only been seen on smartphones that are not sold by the South Korean brand.
APPLE MAC ON THE MOVE TO TRANSITION ON ARM CHIPS :
WWDC 2020 is fast approaching. In addition to the new features in iOS 14, Apple is also expected to announce a transition from its Mac and MacBook to ARM chips.
ANDROID 11 BETA IS AVAILABLE
It made less noise, but this is important information. The beta of Android 11 was released this week, the opportunity to make a small point on the innovations.