Weekly Digest - 2020.04
Photos of the Xbox Series X leaked online
Photos of the next-gen console has were posted on NeoGAF and Twitter. It’s unclear how legitimate those photos are, but if this they are, it's the first time we can see the console with all the ports:
- HDMI Out,
- 1x front USB Type-A port,
- 2x rear USB Type-A ports,
- Ethernet port,
- Optical port
- Diagnostic port
Microsoft has not commented on the leak, so we will have to wait, probably till E3 2020, for official news.
iPhone 12 in new sizes?
According to report from Macotakara, this year iPhones will have new dimensions:
- 5.4-inch model will have a height that is midway between the iPhone SE and iPhone 8,
- 6.1-inch model will be midway between the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro Max,
- 6.7-inch model will be slightly taller than the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Also, it will be thinner, 7.4mm instead of 8.1mm.
Disney+ in Western Europe
Disney announced that its streaming service, Disney+, will launch in Europe on March 24th. It will be available in selected countries:
- United Kingdom.
Belgium, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland will get access this summer. Unfortunately, Eastern Europe will have to wait till the first half of 2021.
Google I/O 2020 announced
Google revealed that its annual developer conference will take place from May 12th to May 14th. The conference dates were reveled through a puzzle game.
It's still unclear what Google is going to announce during the conference, but the preview of a new Android is a safe bet.
- On the road to Swift 6
- Under the hood of Futures and Promises in Swift
- Optimizing views in SwiftUI using EquatableView
- Pull to Refresh in SwiftUI
- Sheets don’t inherit the environment
- When XML beats JSON: UI layouts
- Thanos JS - Reduce the file size of your project down to 50%,
by randomly deleting half of the files
- Blazor and Native Mobile Apps
- Embedding Power BI in Blazor
- Deploy your side-projects at scale for basically nothing - Google Cloud Run
- Let’s Reverse Engineer Discord
- Working for someone vs. doing your own thing
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Official Trailer
- LEGO International Space Station
Image credits: NeoGAF