What to expect when the iPhone 14 throws

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The purchase of One Medica by Amazon is under investigation by the FTC. On September 3, 2022, the Artemis 1 moon rocket is parked on pad 39-B at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Due to an engine problem on August 29 and a fuel leak today, the launch was scrubbed both times. On September 3, 2022, the Artemis 1 moon rocket is parked on pad 39-B at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Due to an engine problem on August 29 and a fuel leak today, the launch was scrubbed both times.

Since each new iPhone model is only minimally more refined than its predecessor, it has been a while since an iPhone launch actually seemed like an occasion. The iPhone 14, which was supposed to be a complete redesign with significant updates and new capabilities, isn’t true, according to the rumour mill. Significantly enhanced cameras, a punch-hole to replace the notch, and an always-on display are some of the most notable changes. The sting in this specific tail, however, is the notion that Apple will save all of these extras for the Pro model, leaving the iPhone 14 with the A15 chip from the previous year.

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  • The Internal Revenue Service has admitted it exposed the details of 120,000 US taxpayers through its website. The issue centered around the filing of Form 990-T, which deals with unrelated income from a variety of sources. Both private individuals and non-profit organizations are required to complete the document, but only the latter is meant to be publicly available. Sadly, a coding error meant 120,000 individual records, which included income data, was on the public register for some time. Affected individuals will be hearing from the IRS in the next few weeks, but the body has already said social security numbers were not shared.

  • NASA’s new Space Launch System has suffered yet another high-profile setback as a fuel leak blocked a planned test launch for Artemis 1. The agency conceded it wasn’t possible to launch before the window closes on September 6th. It’s likely the next attempt to get this thing into the air will be in October, but with a planned SpaceX launch due on October 3rd, SLS’ test firing will have to wait until October 17th at the very earliest.

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