New Apple iPhone 12 (128GB) – Blue

Save cost :- 4,250 (5%)

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Specification :-

Model Apple iPhone 12
Display6.1 inches (90.2 cm2 )

Resolution :- 170 x 2532 pixels
Body Weight :- 164 g (5.78 oz)
Operating System (OS)iOS 14.1, upgradable to iOS 14.6

chipset :- Apple A14 Bionic (5 nm)

CPU :-Hexa-core
Front Camera12MP (wide),  f/1.6, 26mm 
12MP (ultra-wide), f/2.4, 120˚,13mm 
Rear Camera12MP (wide), f/2.2, 23mm
Memory4GB RAM / 64GB , 4GB RAM / 128GB , 4GB RAM / 256GB
Battery 20W (Fast charging) 50% in 28 min 
15W (fast wireless charging) Qi magnetic
ColorWhite, Blue, Purple, Black, Red, Green
CommsBluetooth :- 5.0, A2DP, LE

GPS :- YES

Radio :- NO

USB :- USB 2.0 (Lightning)

Pros :-

  1. Blazing-fast performance
  2. Good cameras
  3. Excellent OLED display
  4. Great new design with fantastic color
  5. increased water and drop resistance
  6. A14 Bionic processor is incredibly powerful

Cons :-

  1. Smaller battery compared to iPhone 11
  2. Lacks a high refresh rate screen
  3. High price tag in India
  4. some may find the color subdued
  5. No additional scratch resistance or reinforced back glass

HighLights :-

The iPhone 12 is a device that feels both familiar and new rolled into one. Its flat sides are reminiscent of the iPhone 4, yet it has been a 6.1-inch display capable of showing Dolby Vision content.

Apple also introduced 5G with this iPhone, so game and work on the go without worrying about crippling data speeds.

The iPhone 12 has been several new features and updates to push the device even further a new design, new color, better cameras, and a better processor. Apple positioned the latest lineup as iPhone for everyone, with the most varied choice between screen size & color in its history.

Storage & Connectivity :-

For connectivity, the device has 4G VoLTE support, Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/ax/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS with A-GPS, Glonass, NFC, USB Type-C.

Apple iPhone 12 comes with a 64GB non-expandable storage that can keep a lot of files and data of the users. However, it is limited and cannot be expanded any further.

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Hackers attack Apple and demand $50 million ransom, leak design of unreleased MacBook

One of Apple’s laptop manufacturers was recently a victim to a cyber-attack by a Russian hacking group. A subsequent data loss it’s now being used by the threat actors to extort money from Apple.

HIGHLIGHTS:-

  • hacking group has stolen confidential data depicting upcoming Apple products through one of the Apple’s vendors.
  • The group now demands a ransom of $50 million for a stolen data.
  • It threatens to release the schematics of a upcoming Apple products every day until the ransom is paid.

Russian hacking group is extorting Apple for a reported sum of $50 million, after the obtaining schematics of several of its future products. A group posted proof of the data leak on the dark web hours before Apple’s Spring loaded event earlier this week.

Named Revil, the hacking group gained the confidential data through a cyber-attack on one of the manufacturers of MacBooks or other Apple products. The target was a Taiwan-based company called Quanta, which has also confirmed the data leak in a report by Bloomberg.

The threat actors first tried to extort Quanta for the lost data. When Quanta refused the pay to get the stolen data back, a hackers decided to go after its biggest client Apple. A group revealed the intent in a message posted on the dark web portal, as spotted by The Record in a report.

It was then that Revil began posting the stolen images of Apple products. A group posted 21 screenshots depicting schematics of the newly released iMac which had not been made public prior to the launch. A post this came as a testament to the legitimacy of the stolen data.

Other than the iMac, the images posted to date also include manufacturing diagrams for M1 MacBook Air launched last year as well as an unreleased laptop by Apple. A screenshots also display warnings on the pages: “This is the property of Apple & it must be returned,” meaning the schematics indeed belong to Apple.

The hacking group have threatened to publish new data every day a until they are paid the $50 million ransom by either Apple or Quanta. They group is attempting to get the ransom by May 1.

just Apple:-

Other than Apple, Quanta Computer havs a long clientele thay includes some of a biggest name in the laptop industry. These include the likes of HP, Dell, Microsoft, Toshiba, LG, Lenovo, & others.

In its post on the dark web, Revil have hinted at having possession of data from other companies as well. “Our team is negotiating the sale of large quantities of confidential drawings or gigabytes of personal data with several major brands,” the REvil operators wrote.

The exact extent of the cyber-attack and the subsequent data leak is yet unknown.