What else happened on September 23, 2022 in addition to the big news, in a nutshell.
Change in leadership at Facebook: Facebook’s CTO Mike Schroepfer resigns from his post. This is reported by the US broadcaster Cnbc. Andrew Bosworth, the previous Facebook boss of the hardware division, will replace him. Instead, Schroepfer will take on a part-time job in the company. “A difficult decision,” he said.
Netgear Vulnerability: Netgear has notified of CVE-2021-40847 vulnerability executed that allows code to be remote. The manufacturer recommends patching affected routers immediately. The devices affected are R6400, R6700, R6900, R7000, R7850, R7900, R8000, RS400. (on)
Looked into the iPhone 13: first photos from inside an iPhone 13 Sonny Dickson delivers the one day before the start of sales. You can see the larger battery and some offset components. The earpiece is now separate and a few parts, such as the true depth camera, have been shrunk so that the notch can be smaller. At first glance, and especially without direct comparison, it is similar to its predecessor in many ways. (che) Nintendo has news at midnight: at midnight Tonight a new Nintendo Direct can be seen – a stream with news from the Japanese company. The presentation should last around 40 minutes, the focus is on “information about the games to be released this winter” for the Switch, writes Nintendo on Twitter. (ps)