iPhone 15 leak shows front glass with immersive

iPhone 15 leak shows front glass with the immersive screen on Pro

Reliable hardware leaker, ShrimpApplePro, has shared a video that reveals the front glass of the iPhone 15 lineup.

The iPhone 15 Pro seems to have a standard display size and Dynamic Island with thinner bezels than the current iPhone 14 Pro. The middle glass panel in the video is dedicated to the iPhone 15 Pro Max, the largest of the three front glass sizes, with the same Dynamic Island at the top. The large screen, however, adds more emphasis to the thinner bezels.

The third screen panel has a thicker border with the same bezel width as the iPhone 14, but with a Dynamic Island for non-Pro models of the iPhone 15.

Tips for improving your Outlook experience

Some interesting tips for making better use of the platform

Microsoft’s Outlook is a commonly used platform that allows you to send emails, make calendars, create and manage tasks, and more.

If you are an avid u.tlook user, you should know some of these tips and tricks to use the platform better.

VC of GCWUF terms exercise vital for

VC of GCWUF terms exercise vital for human health

Exercise is very important for mental and physical health. Professor Dr. Robina Farooq (T.I).

Vice Chancellor Government College Women University Faisalabad Professor Dr. Robina Farooq declared exercise indispensable for human health. She expressed this in the opening ceremony of GCWUF Fitness Fusion Studio.

She said that we must take some time out of our busy schedules for our mental and physical health because a healthy body ensures a healthy mind. She appreciated the training in yoga and other exercises in the studio and also got herself registered for admission to the fusion studio.

Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Robina Farooq was accompanied by Director Academics Prof. Dr. Zill-i-Huma Nazli, Coordinator Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Focal Person Commercialization Wing Prof. Dr. Ayesha Sameen, Chairperson Mathematics Department Prof. Dr. Saima Akram, Director of Sports Fahmida Ayub, several faculty members and students in the opening ceremony.

The studio is run by the commercialization wing of GCWUF under Prof. Dr. Ayesha Sameen, whereas in charge of the studio is Ms. Fehmida Ayub, head of the Department of Health and Physical Education, GCWUF. Registration for the Fitness Fusion Studio is open for all female candidates within and outside the university. This project is significant for uplifting female health in the city and has received very positive feedback from various social sectors.

Salman Khan should apologize for killing

“Salman Khan should apologize for killing the blackbuck or be prepared for the”

consequences,” Lawrence Bishnoi’s threat from inside the jail

 East Punjab’s Bathinda jail warned actor Salman Khan to apologize for killing a blackbuck in 1998 or be ready to face the consequences.

Speaking to a TV channel from jail, Bishnoi said that there are ‘loopholes’ in jails that they use to make phone calls. Regarding the murder of singer Sidhu Musewala, Lawrence Bishnoi said that the singer was killed by Goldie Brar along with my gang members. I had no involvement. While I was sleeping when he was dead, a friend from Canada called to tell me about the murder of Sidhu Musewala.

 killing the black buck otherwise, I will take action against the actor. I have been against Salman Khan since childhood, he even tried to pay my community to kill a blackbuck.

To prove himself as a patriot, Lawrence Bishnoi said that he is against all those who want to divide India, including the Khalistan movement, he and his gang members are patriotic people

‘World bows down to him’: Mawra comes

‘World bows down to him’: Mawra comes in support of Babar Azam

Mawra takes a dig at the media for being “inappropriate” in their treatment of the cricketer and urges them to respect his position

Pakistan actress Mawra Hussain has come out in support of Babar Azam, who is the most successful captain of the Pakistan cricket team.

The actress takes a dig at the media for being “inappropriate” in their treatment of the cricketer and urges them to respect his position.

Mawra’s comments were in response to the recent press conference that referred to Babar Azam as the “former” captain of the team, despite the fact that he is still very much in charge, but rested for the three-match series against Afghanistan.

The actress slammed the media for what she saw as an attempt to undermine Azam’s authority and create a negative agenda against him.

“Just like most of the media.. a journalist yet again being inappropriate… Leave the team alone.. they’re more United than you think.. & learn to respect the cricketer the world is bowing down to! MashaAllah,” Mawra said in a tweet.


Public cloud services on the rise in Pakistan

Public cloud services on the rise in Pakistan

The cloud computing market in the country is expected to reach $1.5b this year

Public cloud is becoming increasingly important for businesses in Asia and Pakistan as it offers numerous benefits such as cost savings, scalability, agility, and flexibility, said Umair Azam, Founder and CEO of Integration Xperts.

In an interview with The Express Tribune, Azam said that the cloud mindset is a way of thinking that emphasizes the benefits of cloud computing and needs a shift in focus from the traditional IT infrastructure to cloud-based solutions that enable organizations to more easily adapt to changing business needs.

According to a report by IDC, public cloud spending in Asia-Pacific excluding Japan (APeJ) is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 25.5% from 2019 to 2024, reaching $124.5 billion in 2024.

In Pakistan, the adoption of public cloud services is also on the rise. Allied Market Research, in its report, says the cloud computing market in Pakistan is expected to reach $1.5 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 19.1% from 2017 to 2023.

“These numbers highlight the increasing importance of public cloud for businesses in Asia and Pakistan, as they embrace digital transformation and seek to leverage the benefits of cloud computing to enhance their competitiveness and drive growth,” remarked Azam.

Textiles on verge of collapse’

Textiles on verge of collapse

Industry officials say exports have declined by 29% YoY as of Feb 2023, totaling $487m

Textile exporters in Pakistan have expressed concern over the state of the industry, claiming it is becoming increasingly unviable and on the verge of collapse. In the past four months, all scheduled meetings with the prime minister have been postponed, leaving them feeling unsupported.

The textile industry is responsible for more than 60% of Pakistan’s exports, but exports have declined by 29% year-on-year as of February 2023, totaling $487 million. From July 2022 to February 2023, total textile exports decreased by 11% to $1.35 billion compared to the previous financial year.

According to Muhammad Jawed Bilwani, Chairman of the Pakistan Apparel Forum and Chief Coordinator of the Value-Added Textile Forum, the government has not responded to repeated calls to save the export industry.

The government’s anti-business and anti-export conduct and behavior is reflected in the unavailability of gas, lack of uninterrupted supply electricity, restrictions on the opening of Letters of Credit (LCs), and excessive delays in refunds to exporters,” said Bilwani, adding that the government has imposed severe restrictions on the import of raw materials and machinery, making it harder for businesses to survive.

The industry has also been hit by increased energy charges, which have made units uncompetitive and caused some to close down.


LHC bars Imran from holding PTI ‘power show’

LHC bars Imran from holding PTI ‘power show’ at Minar-e-Pakistan

LAHORE: The Lahore High Court barred Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan from holding his party’s “power show” at Minar-e-Pakistan scheduled for this Sunday.

Khan had announced a “historic” jalsa on Sunday (March 19) at Minar-e-Pakistan in Lahore despite security concerns.

PTI Senior Vice President Fawad Chaudhry had moved the high court a day earlier seeking to stop the police operation in the Zaman Park area. The police had taken action to arrest Khan in the Toshakhana case as per court orders.

After an initial hearing, the high court had ordered police to suspend the operation till 10 am today — which helped calm the situation at the former prime minister’s residence which had turned into a battleground.

Australia top flight aiming for Auckland club

Australia’s top flight aiming for Auckland club by 2024

Auckland (Reuters) – Australia’s top-flight soccer competition is aiming to have a second New Zealand club based out of Auckland by 2024/25, the league’s governing body said on Wednesday.

Auckland previously fielded a team in the A-League but the New Zealand Knights folded after two seasons and were replaced by Wellington Phoenix in 2007.

Australian Professional Leagues (APL) boss Danny Townsend told New Zealand’s Stuff media there were “a great bunch of people ready to invest”.
“My strong view has always been we’re an Australasian league and we need to properly embrace New Zealand,” Townsend said.

“We’ve got to work through the component parts of what a successful A-Leagues club looks like, but there’s no shortage of interest and that was promising for us. “There’s certainly a pent-up demand for football in Auckland. We see that when the Phoenix go play there.”

Organizers plan for the Auckland club to launch an A-League Women’s team at the same time as the men’s, an APL spokesperson said. Stuff said APL would look to charge a license fee of A$20-25 million ($13.4m – $16.7m) for the club to join the league.

Phoenix boss David Dome said there were “pros and cons” that came with a second New Zealand team but welcomed the competition. “There will be challenges for the Wellington Phoenix as well, but we are up for that,” he said. “We’re pretty confident about what we’ve built here down in Wellington.”

Credit Suisse to borrow almost $54bn

Credit Suisse to borrow almost $54bn from the central bank after shares dip

Swiss bank Credit Suisse said Thursday it will move to shore up its finances, borrowing up to $54 billion from the central bank after its shares plunged, dragging down other major European lenders in the wake of bank failures in the United States.

Credit Suisse said would exercise an option to borrow up to 50 billion francs ($53.7 billion) from the central bank.

“This additional liquidity would support Credit Suisse’s core businesses and clients as Credit Suisse takes the necessary steps to create a simpler and more focused bank built around client needs,” the bank said.

Fanning new fears about the health of financial institutions following the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank in the US, at one point, Credit Suisse shares lost more than a quarter of their value on Wednesday.

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