Did not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here’s what stood out on Friday, November 20: the launch of 5G at SFR, screen problems for iPhone 12s and new functions for Fitbit watches. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the Frandroid newsletter.
SFR launches into 5G with packages as expensive as Orange and Bouygues
SFR was finally the first operator to commercially launch its 5G network. The operator at the red square has indeed opened its first branches in Nice on Thursday. It also officially announced the 5G plans available to consumers. These are three packages that were launched, at 40 euros per month (80 GB), 50 euros per month (100 GB), 65 euros per month (150 GB) or 95 euros per month (unlimited). High prices, but which remain of the same order as the packages already announced by Bouygues and Orange.
iPhone 12: Apple investigates screen issues
While the last four iPhones have been released recently, some users are reporting concerns with the screen of smartphones. Some iPhone 12 mini, 12, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max models would suffer from flickering, green or gray halos or other lighting issues. Apple has taken note of these concerns and announced that it has launched an investigation to find out the origin of these problems.
Google Assistant, voice calls, SpO2 measurement… Fitbit updates its connected watches
A few months after the launch of the Fitbit Verse and Fitbit Versa 3, several major features land on the manufacturer’s two watches. The firm has indeed announced the update to Fitbit OS 5.1 of its two watches. An update that will allow users to enjoy Google Assistant right on the wrist, but also to make calls, use voice dictation or measure their blood oxygen level at night, regardless of the setting. configured.