Google has declared new Play Store policies and guidelines intended to make app listings more succinct, accurate, and less of an eyesore.
New guidelines influencing the screenshots and videos intended to show an application’s features and functionality will come into power in the second half of 2021, while specific details regarding the requirement of new policies for application titles, icons, and and descriptions are coming “later this year.”
The new application metadata policies will boycott an variety of tricks that application developers use to make their application listings exorbitantly eye-catching. Writing words in all-caps will presently don’t be permitted except if it’s the name of a brand, and neither one of the wills including emoji for application names.
Application titles will be limited to 30 characters, and they can’t “incentivize installs” by including a phrase like “download now.” Trying to promote deals by including a “Sale” banner in an application icon is additionally being banned.
Google calls the current week’s blog post a “pre-announcement” designed to help designers plan for the forthcoming changes. Notwithstanding, when the policies governing app title, icon, and developer name come into effect, Google says that applications that violate the policies “will not be allowed on Google Play.” It says that more subtleties on the changes will show up later in the year.
Independently, the new guidelines about application preview assets will become effective in the second half of the year. These rules ask that illustrations, recordings, and short depictions “precisely address” applications and games, “provide enough information” to users, don’t use buzzwords like “free” or “best,” and are localized correctly. “Assets that don’t meet our guidelines may be ineligible for promotion and recommendation on major Google Play surfaces like Apps and Games home,” Google says.
Should you get the iPhone 14 now that it is on Amazon India at the lowest price ever?
From Sneha Saha Amazon is currently offering the iPhone 14 for a discounted price. The official starting price for the recently released iPhone 14 is Rs 79,900. Amazon is selling the latest iPhone model for a significantly lesser price if the price is out of your price range.
The price of the iPhone 14’s 128GB model is Rs 77400 on Amazon, which is Rs 2500 less than the device’s original cost. Additionally, Flipkart and HDFC Bank are working together to offer a Rs. 5000 flat discount.
The price of the iPhone 14 has now decreased to Rs 72400 thanks to the bank deal, making it one of the lowest prices since it was first introduced. Both credit and debit cards from HDFC are accepted for the bank promotion. Therefore, now is undoubtedly the best time to purchase an iPhone 14 if you have been holding off for a while.
The newest iPhone 14, in contrast to the Pro models that include Dynamic Island, has a 6.1-inch liquid retina display with a wide notched design. It has the most recent iOS 16 software and an A15 Bionic chipset with at least 128GB of storage. The iPhone 14 comes with the same assortment of cameras as the iPhone 13—two cameras on the back and one front camera. Although the iPhone 14’s battery performance is marginally superior than that of the iPhone 13’s, the older iPhone model still performs admirably. The iPhone 13 is currently available on Amazon for Rs 65000 with some bank offers.
Qualcomm switches from the SD778G+ to the new Snapdragon 782G processor: Report
The newest SoC from American multinational business Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 782G (SM7325-AF), has been released. It is an incremental improvement above the Snapdragon 778G+.
The Snapdragon 782G, like the SD778G+, is a 6nm chipset with an 8-core Kryo 670 processor and an Adreno 642L, according to GSM Arena.
The CPU has the same core configuration as the 778G+: one Kryo 670 Prime core (Cortex-A78), which operates up to 200MHz faster at 2.7GHz; three Kryo 670 Gold cores (also Cortex-A78); and four Kryo 670 Silver cores (Cortex-A55), which operates up to 2.2GHz.
According to GSM Arena, its CPU is around 5% faster thanks to a modest increase in clock speed, and its GPU is reportedly 10% faster than the Snapdragon 778G+.
The 782G’s Quick Charge 4+ (up to 50% in 15 minutes), Fused AI Accelerator architecture, Qualcomm Spectra ISP with triple 14-bit ISP compatibility, ability to process up to 2 gigapixels per second, and support for up to 200MP resolution are all similar to those of the previous SoC.
Five things to know about Apple’s 2023 flagship smartphone, the iPhone 15 Pro
Currently available iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max models from Apple are unquestionably the best premium smartphones available. The hottest iPhones on the market, they have excellent cameras, an always-on display, and an interactive Dynamic Island. The 2023 iPhone 15 Pro, meanwhile, is already under development in Cupertino, and experts predict that it will differ significantly from the iPhone 14 Pro. Despite Apple’s cloak of secrecy, there are several aspects of the iPhone 15 Pro lineup that are known.
According to some rumours, Apple’s next Pro Max variant will be known as the “iPhone 15 Ultra.” More specifically, Bloomberg’s Ming-Chi Kuo asserts that the introduction of the Apple Watch Ultra may have contributed to the shift in the marketing moniker. The “Ultra” prefix increases the appeal of the iPhone Pro Max among high-end customers in addition to making it seem stylish. For instance, the Apple Watch Ultra is a pricey smartwatch, and the “ultra” designation enhances the perception of its “luxury” status among potential buyers. It is obvious that Apple wants the iPhone 15 Pro to stand out from the cheaper iPhone 15 model, thus altering the name from “Pro Max” to “Ultra” makes perfect sense.
The Apple Watch Ultra has a titanium shell, so it’s possible that the more recent iPhone 15 Pro may as well. The back panel will however still be made of glass. Instead of a flat back panel like the iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 series phones have, the iPhone 15 Pro might sport a rounded one. Consider the design language Apple introduced when it unveiled the iPhone 5c. Despite being a low-cost phone, the iPhone 5C had curved edges on the back. Because the iPhone 15 Pro Max will be a large phone, consumers will be able to hold their phones more comfortably thanks to the rounded, curved back corners.
This tendency may continue into the next year with the iPhone 14 Pro range costing higher in various countries, including India. Popular anonymous industry insider LeaksApplePro recently tweeted that the manufacturing cost of the iPhone 15 Ultra will be significantly more than that of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Although the price of the new Pro model is yet unknown, it is clear that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will probably be a costly gadget.
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