Faced with the Dogecoin crash, many investors have decided to sue Elon Musk, Tesla and SpaceX, the European Union wants to use NFTs to fight against counterfeiting, the unexpected size of photos in ProRAW with the 48 MP sensor of iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, this is the recap of the main news for Friday, September 9, 2022.
This Friday, September 9 was still under the sign of the announcement of the latest Apple products. We now know more about the performance of the Apple A16 chip in the new iPhone 14, and as much to say that they explode the competition. A Geekbench benchmark shared by the renowned leaker Ice Universe gives us a first glimpse of the power of this A16 Bionic.
The latter gets a score of 1887 in single-core and 5455 in multi-core. Impressive figures that no Snapdragon SoC on the market equals for the moment. But without further ado, let’s quickly see what to remember from the main news of this Friday, September 9, 2022.
The 128GB of storage in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max might not be enough
As you may know, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max feature a 48 MP main sensor for the first time. However, this new sensor is capable of optimizing the details offered in images immortalized in Apple’s ProRAW format. However, we have just learned that the size of these photos could exceed 80 MB. Enough to quickly fill your internal storage space if you multiply the photos in ProRAW.
More details: iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max – 128GB of storage might not be enough to store your photos
the European Union wants to use NFTs to fight against counterfeiting
the European Union has just unveiled, through the publication of a patent application, its battle plan against counterfeiting. Indeed, the EU wants to make use of blockchain technologies and NFTs. The goal ? Systematize product tracking across borders using blockchain. To do this, each product produced will be accompanied by a digital twin that acts as a guarantee of authenticity.
More details: The European Union wants to fight counterfeiting with NFTs
Elon Musk threatened by lawsuit after Dogecoin crash
After the spectacular Dogecoin crash, several investors decided to file a complaint against Elon Musk and several of his companies, such as Tesla, SpaceX and The Boring Company. They accuse the billionaire of having voluntarily raised the price of Dogecoin for two years, before letting it collapse. This is a $258 billion lawsuit!
More details: Dogecoin crash – Elon Musk, Tesla and SpaceX face $258 billion lawsuit