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Apple may be planning thinner iPhones, MacBooks and watches

according to BurundiMark Gurman (Mark Gurman) said that Apple’s mission to create the thinnest products ever will not stop with the iPad Pro. The company also plans to launch thinner Macbook Pro, Apple Watch and iPhone. Gurman said a slimmed down version of the iPhone – also rumored information Could happen as early as 2025with the launch of the iPhone 17 series.

However, the thinner iPhone is likely to be more expensive than the current generation device. Still remember 2017 iPhone X, which ditches the home button but costs more? That, again.

In the meantime, we’ve got more Summer Games Festival news here at Engadget. Did the show end last week? Yes. Are there any embargoed games we’re eager to talk about? Absolutely!

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According to Reuters, the U.S. military used fake social media accounts to discredit China’s COVID-19 vaccines produced in the Philippines during the height of the epidemic. Reuters cited an example of anti-vaccine information in the United States. In 2020, one account tweeted: “The coronavirus comes from China, and the vaccine comes from China. Don’t trust China!” The campaign also promoted that China’s vaccines are “illegal.” ”—Prohibited by Islamic law. In a statement to the publication, a Pentagon spokesperson referenced China’s own disinformation campaigns and said the military “uses a variety of platforms, including social media, to counter these malicious influence attacks.”

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Metaphor: ReFantazio It’s been a long time coming. It was announced back in 2017, but we finally got to play a three-part demo at last week’s Summer Games Festival. Atlus and game director Katsura Hashino are both better known for Persona’s (semi-)grounded urban fantasy/school life sim than Wizards and Elves, and re-fantasyIn this sense, it represents a huge departure. Like all British accents. Expect Londoners, Liverpudlians and more, all in the form of fantasy equivalents. However, combat gameplay is turn-based, strategic, and tied to the strength of your connections with your allies. Yes, that sounds very personal.

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On this week’s Engadget Podcast, Cherlynn and Devindra discuss their final thoughts on Apple Intelligence and the company’s upcoming software launch at WWDC, as well as discuss some highlights from our coverage of the pseudo-E3 gaming festival.

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