The Morning After: We might get an iPhone ‘Ultra’ next year

Corresponding Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman, next year’s iPhone could introduce a change in Apple’s naming convention. It could call its biggest and most expensive device in 2023 the iPhone 15 Ultra instead of the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Among other things, Gurman expects “major changes” from the iPhone 15 – which he will not go into detail at this point.



Interestingly, Gurman thinks Apple may not hold another event this fall. He says the company will announce new Mac mini, MacBook Pro, and iPad Pro models before the end of the year, but that they’ll likely be iterative and land without the Apple event fanfare.

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Respeecher recreated the actor’s voice as it was in 1977.



James Earl Jones says goodbye to Darth Vader. At 91, the actor recently told Disney he wanted to “wind up this particular character.” That forced the company to ask, how do you even replace Jones? The answer, which Disney eventually settled on, with the actor’s approval, involved an AI program. Respeecher can use archival footage and a “proprietary AI algorithm” to create new dialogue using the voices of “performers from a long time ago.”

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Meanwhile, The Witcher Season 3 arrives next summer.

The Witcher: Origin of the Blood, a prequel to Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Andrzej Sapkowski’s fantasy novel series, will debut on December 25. Set thousands of years before the story of the witcher Geralt and Ciri, origin of the blood will focus on the moment in the Witcher universe when humans, elves and monsters come together to inhabit the fantasy world of the series. Actress Michelle Yeoh plays Scian, the elven protagonist. Originally planned for six episodes, origin of the blood will instead be four episodes long.

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Night School Studio needs more time to make the sequel “really special.”

The sequel from 2016 Ox free won’t come until next year, the developer announced on Saturday. “Close Ox free II really special and adding more localizations, we’re moving our release window to 2023,” the studio posted on Twitter. News of the delay came shortly after Netflix announced that subscribers could download the original game for free. Yes, Netflix is ​​doing more than six years after its PC debut Ox free Available free to streaming service subscribers.

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The 17-year-old could also have been responsible for an Uber cybersecurity incident.

UK police have arrested a 17-year-old suspected hacker reportedly linked to the Rockstar Games hack that led to a Major . The person may also have been involved in an intrusion into Uber. The arrest comes as a result of an investigation involving the City of London Police, Britain’s National Cyber ​​Crime Unit and the FBI. He was reportedly arrested earlier this year for hacking Microsoft and NVIDIA.

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The Christmas business starts earlier than ever this year.

Amazon plans to hold a second sales event exclusively for Prime members this fall. The second Prime Day of the year, dubbed the Prime Early Access Sale, will take place on October 11 and 12 in the US, UK, Canada and 12 other countries and will follow the same two-day format as the original event. However, we do not know what kind of discounts this event will include. There will probably be a Kindle or two though.

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It arrives this January.


A1 pictures.

Square Enix’s multi-genre RPG, NieR Automata was a cult hit in 2017. Now an anime adaptation is almost here. Titled NieR: Automata Version 1.1ait will debut in January 2023. NieR Creator Yoko Taro shared the release window, adding that the anime’s story would be different from its source material.

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