Tech Wrap: From Apple iPhone Wi-Fi bug, Samsung Galaxy F22 launch, Panasonic smart TVs launch to Nothing earbuds
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Samsung launched the Galaxy F22 smartphone in India. On the other hand, reports detailed a new iPhone bug affecting a WiFi network.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
This bug can disable your Apple iPhone Wi-Fi
A new report suggests that a software bug, a new variant, on a recent Apple iPhone version can prevent users from accessing Wi-Fi networks. It was previously discovered that connecting to a Wi-Fi network with a percentage sign in the network name would disable the Wi-Fi functionality on an iPhone running iOS 14, since the operating system processes the word after the symbol as a command.
Nothing Ear (1) debut earbuds will cost $99
Nothing today announced the Ear (1) earbuds will be priced at $99 ( ₹7,378 approx.) in the US. The company today revealed that Ear (1) will come with an Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) feature that will enable users to filter out outside noise, which in turn would let them focus on their calls or music.
Panasonic India launches new 4K TVs in India
Panasonic today launched new 4K Android TVs in India. These newly launched Android TVs come in screen sizes ranging between 32-inch and 65-inches. As far as the price is concerned, the newly launched JS series 4K Android TVs starts at ₹25,490 in India, while the JX series 4K Android TVs start at ₹50,990.
Samsung Galaxy F22 launched in India
Samsung today launched the Galaxy F22 in India. Samsung Galaxy F22 is priced at ₹12,499 for the base model with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It also comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, and this variant is priced at ₹14,499.