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Kuo says iPhone 11 demand is better than expected, newly launched colours in demand

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Apple launched its latest iPhones at an event held in the Steve Jobs Theatre last week. We saw the latest iPhone 11 series at the event including the iPhone 11 as well as the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. While the iPhone 11 Pro series is the flagship range from Apple, the iPhone 11 is an entry-level smartphone from the company. Also, it was surprising-yet-pleasing to see that the iPhone 11 was priced even lower than the iPhone Xr. This shows that the company is filling the pinch of current market and wants to increase the sales of its base iPhone.

Now, it looks like the plan from Apple has gone on as they would have liked to. Because of known Apple analyst, Ming Chi-Kuo from 9to5Mac, says that the demand for iPhone 11 has been even better than expected. This is because the prices of Apple’s iPhone 11 are very attractive and lower than what everyone expected. It is also a known fact that the majority of people want to own an iPhone but the steep prices of the flagship iPhone models scared them away for a long time. Thus, iPhone 11’s $699 starting price in the US has attracted a lot of pre-orders and it is said that the Chinese customers have also broken records of iPhone 11 pre-orders.

Apart from that, Apple announced new colour variants with the iPhone 11 while discontinuing some colours that were seen on the iPhone Xr. That move from Apple has also worked well because Kuo says that the newer colours are in demand more. Well, this is also obvious because Apple is a company which relies on market research and the new colours would have been decided based on user demands too. Therefore, it is obvious that users would buy the colours they wanted. It is also known that TF Securities is raising its estimate for new iPhone shipments in 2019 to 70-75 million units from 65-70 million units estimated previously.

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Death after unmasked arrest – Mexico Floyd

The official reason for the arrest revealed by the police is not known, but the video footage posted on social media at the time of the arrest suggests that the reason is “not wearing a mask.”

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Amid a stir across the U.S. over the “George Floyd” incident that killed white police abuses, similar cases of abuse of public power have been revealed in Mexico, sparking public outrage.

The daily El Universal has been protesting against the incident since it was belatedly revealed that construction worker Giovanni Lopez died the next day after being arrested by police in Guadalajara, western Mexico, on April 4.

The official reason for the arrest revealed by the police is not known, but the video footage posted on social media at the time of the arrest suggests that the reason is “not wearing a mask.”

Death of George Floyd

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, knelt on Floyd’s neck for almost nine minutes while Floyd was handcuffed face down in the street

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Nobel Prize Honjo, a professor at Kyoto University – 22.6 billion yen in legal battles

Professor Honjo plans to file a lawsuit against Ono Pharmaceutical Industry to increase the distribution ratio of patent fees in 2006.

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Dasuku Honjo, a professor at Kyoto University who won the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, will fight a 250 billion won legal battle with a Japanese pharmaceutical company that makes and sells cancer treatments that reflect his research results.

Professor Honjo plans to file a lawsuit against Ono Pharmaceutical Industry to increase the distribution ratio of patent fees in 2006.

Ono Pharmaceutical Industry Co., which reportedly proposed a donation of up to 30 billion yen to Kyoto University as a compromise last year, responded to Professor Honjo’s press conference by saying, “We cannot comment because we do not understand the contents,” Kyodo News reported.

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