Are you an avid follower/reader of tech-related news and are always trying to stay tuned about the latest trends? Sometimes in a week, we can miss some interesting stories while we go through our feeds. Some of these stories would certainly be appreciated, but you don’t have the time to search and search through pages. That’s why we’re bringing Gizchina Weekly Review.
Gizchina Weekly Review will be a weekly column has the simple goal to get you through the best stories of the last week. You can check some stories that shook the world a couple of days back. The difference is that you’ll be able to find these articles in just a few minutes. Without further ado, let’s see what made the headlines during the last week.
Apple will sell iPhone parts to customers for DIY repairs
A major twist is happening in Cupertino as Apple is changing its legendary philosophy against DIY iPhone repairs. The company is opening a program where it will sell iPhone parts to customers that want to do DIY repairs. Check here.
How to Open and Use the Android 12 Privacy Dashboard
Android 12 update is already here for Pixel users and a few custom ROM enthusiasts. Anyway, the latest major Android version will become a standard for smartphones in 2022. So it’s good to become a master in the new features. As far as the new Android 12 Privacy Dashboard is concerned, you’ll get a good tutorial about it here.
MIUI 13: List of devices that will be the first to receive the update
Xiaomi hold MIUI 13 under the wraps for a long time, but the arrival of this update is imminent. The update should make its first appearance with the Xiaomi 12, but a list of devices will get it afterward. Here are the first devices getting the long-awaited and next big version of MIUI.
The New WhatsApp app for Windows is available for download
Facebook’s Meta’s WhatsApp is hitting some big milestones in November 2021. The chat/video calls application finally can be used in a cross-platform way without your smartphone. To celebrate this “independence” the company has launched a new application for Windows. Check here.
Gizchina News of the week
Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 / 8 Gen 1 GPU performance has exceeded expectations
Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship chipset for smartphones has been cycling around the rumor mill for quite some time. As the launch date is getting close, more and more details are starting to appear. You can check here the first benchmark results for the Adreno 730. It’s not coming to play with kids!
Morgan Stanley proves chip shortage for Auto Industry is almost over
The crisis in the semiconductor industry has been affecting a plethora of segments in this technological world. However, as far as the industry of automobiles is concerned, the situation seems to be clearing. Check here.
MediaTek will reveal its Wi-Fi 7 technology during CES 2022
MediaTek has been on a roll recently with many important launches for the world of smartphones. The Taiwanese chipmaker is also doing some advancements in the wireless network and will be ready to showcase its Wi-Fi 7 technology during CES 2022. Check here.
MediaTek Dimensity 9000 has been unveiled
The first flagship SoC of 2022 has been revealed. After years in limbo, the Taiwanese chipmaker established its ground with the Dimensity lineup. Now, it’s ready to fight with the big guys and the Dimensity 9000 SoC has everything that we expect from a 2022 flagship SoC. Check full details here.
Google Camera 8.4 has been unveiled
The Pixel smartphones may not be your cup of tea, but one thing is certain – they do wonders when it comes to the photography department. Google wants to ensure that this will keep happening with the Pixel 6 series and introduced a new version of Google Camera with a lot of enhancements and new features. GCAM enthusiasts, rejoice!
Here is why Active Noise Canceling isn’t another marketing gimmick
The segment of true wireless earbuds is trending since the last year. However, there is still a thing that separates the good one from those who are just the average – ANC. There are good reasons that justify why this feature isn’t another gimmick and we can prove it here.
Goodbye Huawei, Hello TD Tech
The US Ban always represented a big issue for Huawei but since the last year, things have become messy. Without many options to bypass the constraints, the company is considering licensing its smartphone designs for third-party companies. The first batch should come under TD Tech wings. Apparently, it will sell almost all Huawei smartphones. Check here
And here we close the first edition of our Gizchina Weekly Review. These are some of the best stories collected throughout the week. I’ll find you guys again in the next week with much more news! Stay tuned. The world of technology never stops and I’m sure we’ll have more to talk about in the next week.