Tech Digest Daily Roundup: VW ID.7 electric saloon to debut at CES 2023

roll out of VolkswagenThe ID family of models continues with the VW ID.7 Lightning Salon, shown 2023 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, The German company has removed its cover Tesla Model 3 Rival and confirmed the ID.7 name, but stopped short of revealing the vehicle’s full design; We will see its unveiling later this year. However, Volkswagen has underplayed some of the key technical details of this sixth member of the iD family. First off, the ID.7 is targeting a claimed range of 435 miles. The brand says that the “efficient aerodynamics help reduce the drag coefficient” and hence boost the range. autoexpress

Apple ready to raise the cost of replacing batteries in old iphone models From March 1 this year. The tech giant will charge an extra $20 in the US Replacing the Battery on iPhone 13, 12, 11, and X Models, In the US, customers using an iPhone with a notch (from iPhone X to iPhone 13) will see the price jump from $69 to $89. Meanwhile, anyone still rocking an iPhone SE or iPhone 8 (basically, an iPhone with a home button) will see the battery replacement service climb from $49 to $69. Metro

Since then google pixel 7 And this google pixel 7 pro Ever since they were unveiled last year, the devices in the Pixel range have been some of the most popular Android phones in the market. Users have been flocking to Pixel because of its intelligent design and useful AI-powered feature set. Late last year, we saw a roadmap for the next three years of Google Pixel phones. that report suggested that the long-awaited google pixel fold Will hit the market around April/May 2023 at the Google I/O event. But now, a report by Korean media outlet, Electionsuggests that mass production for the Pixel Fold is unlikely to begin until the third quarter of 2023. T3

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A new maker of high-end OLED TVs is coming to Europe. Chinese brand Konka is bringing its TVs to these shores to compete with the likes of Sony, Panasonic, LG, Philips, Samsung and other manufacturers. Best OLED TV Everywhere. Konka is launching 55- and 65-inch OLED TVs in Europe. It has partnered with an unnamed OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer). It claims that it has “no desire to compete on price with competitors”, which would suggest that its TVs will be priced in the same range as household names. what hi-fi

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