2020: Another year, another opportunity for technological advancement and innovation

Each year comes the opportunity for further technological advancement and innovation, and 2020 is no exception. Since we’re about to reach the halfway point of 2020, the rumors are becoming more and more detailed, providing us with screenshots that give us a glimpse of what’s to come.

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Has the ongoing pandemic derailed plans for new technology in 2020 and beyond?

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Given the global pandemic that is among us, you’d almost want to think that announcements of new products would take the backseat, but that’s not the case. For example, Apple announced back in March a new Apple iPad Pro and magic keyboard case, followed by the new iPhone SE, 13-inch Macbook Pro, and Macbook Air. Retail stores may be closed at the moment, but that also hasn’t stopped Apple from launching new products and utilizing its staff to offer ways to stay creative with their Apple devices during this unprecedented time.

The same could be said for Samsung. As found in an article by Tom’s Guide, Samsung is preparing to launch a new Galaxy phone, specifying that “the Galaxy S30 may have three times the graphics performance of the Galaxy S20.” Moreover, an article from TechRadar hints that a major upgrade is on the horizon. Another TechRadar article suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S30 may be the best camera phone of 2021.

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What about the iPhone 12?

As for the highly-anticipated iPhone 12 to launch this September, rumors of what’s to come are being shown on social media platforms, such as Youtube. In one video, EverythingApplePro revealed that–along with other sources corroborating this claim–a navy blue iPhone will replace the current midnight green iPhone 11 Pro Max. Furthermore, it is planned for the iPhone 12 Pro Max to have a LiDAR Scanner just like the iPad that came out in March. Additionally, it is expected that the textured matte glass and stainless steel design (on the back) used for the current iPhones will be used for the 2020 iPhone lineup. EverythingApplePro covers much more in the video.

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