A leaker produced models of the four iPhone 14s expected at the start of the school year and used them to produce a video. Elon Musk bans telecommuting at Tesla and requires each employee to be present at least 40 hours a week. And Netflix is implementing new pricing that penalizes users who share their credentials. Here is the recap of June 1, 2022.
The news of June 1 was marked by a few outcomes. Safari which reaches the billion users in the world. It is the second web browser, after Chrome, to reach this figure. Obi-Wan Kenobi breaking the record for best launch for a Disney+ original series. And the Apple Watch remains, once again, the best-selling connected watch. However, here are the three news items that marked the day.
A video reveals the design of the four iPhone 14
A leaker has managed to find the technical diagrams of the four iPhone 14s which will logically be presented next September by Apple. From these diagrams, he constructed four models which he used to post a video showcasing the design of the smartphones, months before their launch. From this video we learn some details. But it is above all the confirmation of discontinuation of the Mini model that should be noted, in favor of a Max model that would not be Pro.
Find out more: iPhone 14: a hands-on video shows the design of the 4 smartphones
Elon Musk imposes 40 hours of face-to-face training for all Tesla employees
It’s a face that we weren’t used to seeing, between bravado and outbursts: that of the company boss who makes no concessions. Elon Musk spoke about teleworking, a major movement in the workforce inherited from the global health crisis of 2020 and 2021. And he is absolutely against it. No Tesla employee will have to work from home. And none of them should be present on company premises for less than 40 hours.
Read more: Elon Musk bans teleworking at Tesla and imposes 40 hours / week in the office
Netflix makes a decision that scares its subscribers
Netflix isn’t as popular anymore. Apple, Amazon and Disney are chipping away at its market share. The pioneer of video streaming presents financial figures that worry investors and financial analysts. The boat is leaking and those at the helm are holding subscribers accountable for sharing their logins with friends and family. These customers are in the crosshairs of the firm which has decided to overcharge them. A decision which is still only local, but which could be extended to other countries. A decision that already has consequences…
Read more: Netflix scares away subscribers with its anti-account sharing policy