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  • Writer's pictureAdam Doud

iPhones, iPads, watches, and more with Vyyyper, the Man About Tech

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This week was Apple's iPhone event where we saw the iPhone 13, 9th Generation iPad, iPad Mini (pro but not really), and the Apple Watch Series 7. There's a lot to digest from this event, so we have Vyyyper, an Apple-focused Youtube creator on to talk about everything Apple had to show of. What did Vyyyper order from the event? What did I order from the event? You'll find out! Plus, we have a Tech Yeah item that has probably existed for a long time, but for some reason, I've never seen it before.

Tech Yeah! Aukey 20,000mAh power bank with phone stand

Apple Warns Users Not to Attach iPhones to Motorcycles (Gizmodo)

...before showing an iPhone attached to a scooter in a demo.

Latest Oculus update replaces Guardian Intrusion Detection with Space Sense (Android Central)

A new update to the Oculus should make you safer while hanging out in your virtual environment.

Wake Up, Google Messages is Nudging You (Droid Life)

Google may incorporate nudges into Messages just like you get in Gmail.

Marvel Tweet 1, Marvel Tweet 2 (Twitter - duh)

The most boring avenger is getting a TV series this holiday season.

Xiaomi announces 11T Pro with 120W fast charging (Verge)

Xioami's latest flagship is coming with

Xiaomi returns to Android tablets with the 11-inch Pad 5 (Verge)

Xioami also debuted its new Xiaomi Pad 5 which is a pretty clear iPad Air competitor.

Ray-Ban Stories review: Facebook on your face (Android Central)

Ray-Ban Stores are Facebook's new wearable, and they're surprisingly pretty awesome.

Still No Plans for an Official Instagram App on iPad (Lifewire)

Instagram's CEO confirmed that Instagram will basically never have an iPad app. Jeez.

Now Nintendo Switch Can Connect to Bluetooth Audio Devices (Lifewire)

Nintendo pushed out an update that allows you to connect Bluetooth headphones to your Switch. Only took four years.

SpaceX’s first private crew shows what they’ve been up to in orbit - The Verge

SpaceX launched a billionaire into space, but it wasn't Elon Musk and it lasted longer than frying an egg.

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