We have already seen some photos and videos of the dummy units of the new iPhone 13 smartphones and now we have another video.
The video below below from Marques Brownlee gives us another loo at the dummy units of the new iPhones compared to the current iPhone 12 range.
The new iPhone 13 smartphones are expected to be released in September and there will be four models of the handset.
The range will include the 13, 13 Mini 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max and the handsets will get a number of upgrades over the current iPhones.
This will include the new Apple A15 Bionic processor and we are also expecting them to come with more RAM than the iPhone 12 lineup. There have also be rumors that the new iPhones will come with an always on display.
The notch on this years iPhones is also rumored to be smaller than the iPhone 12 and the cameras will also apparently get updated.
We can also expect to see some new cameras, the top Pro models will come with LiDAR and all models are said to get auto focus on the ultrawide cameras. We are expecting Apple to launch their new iPhones along with iOS 15 some time in September, as soon as we get details on a launch date we will let you know.
If you would like to return your iPhone to its original settings then you can factory reset your iPhone. It is recommended that you take a backup of your device before you perform a reset.
There are a number of ways that you can factory reset your iPhone, you can completely reset the device. You can also reset individual settings like Network Settings, the keyboard and dictionary, the Home Screen layout and your location and privacy settings. You can also completely erase everything from your iPhone.
How do I return my iPhone to factory settings?
Once you have performed a backup of your device and signed out of iTunes and the App Store and the Find My app you can then perform a reset.
Go to Settings on your iPhone and then General and then Reset, there are a number of different options to choose from, these are explained below.
Reset All Setting
This will remove all of the settings from your device but not your data, this includes things like network settings, privacy settings, location settings and more.
Reset Network Settings
This option will remove you network and carrier settings from your device, it will not remove your data, you may want to do this if you are moving to a new carrier. It will also remove any VPN settings you have in place.
Reset Keyboard Dictionary
The Reset Keyboard Dictionary option will retore the dictionary to its original state, any words you have added to the dictionary will be removed.
Reset Home Screen Layout
The reset Home Screen Layout will put all of the standard apps back in their orginal location on the Home Screen.
Reset Location and Privacy
This settings will remove all of your location and privacy settings and put them back to the factory default on your iPhone.
How do I erase everything from my iPhone
This is different to performing a factory reset, this will remove everything from your device. It is a goos idea to do this if you are giving your iPhone to someone else. They will want to setup the device as a c0mpetely new iPhone.
In order to erase your iPhone you will first need to take a backup of your device, this can then be used to either restore the iPhone or to setup a new device.
If you intend to give the device to someone else then your should sign out of iTunes and your App Store accounts and turn of the Find My app before you factory reset your iPhone.
To completely erase your iPhone you need to go to Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings, you will then be asked enter your passcode, and click Erase Now.
You will be given the choice to either Back Up Then Erase or Erase Now, click the option you want and the process will be started. It will take a few minutes for the device to be completely erase. The iPhone can now be setup as a completely new iPhone.
We hope you find this guide helpful in performing a factory reset on your iPhone, if you have any questions please leave a comment below. You can find out more details about factory resetting your device over at Apple’s website.
YouTuber Shamook who used deepfake video technology and his skills to improve the CGI characters in the recent Mandalorian TV series as a proof of concept, has been hired by Lucasfilm this week as their “Senior Facial Capture Artist.” Check out the video below for more information on the deepfake technology and how it was used to enhance the young Luke skywalker in the Mandalorian episode. “Deepfakes are synthetic media in which a person in an existing image or video is replaced with someone else’s likeness leveraging powerful techniques from machine learning and artificial intelligence.”
“As some of you may already know, I joined ILM/Lucasfilms a few months ago and haven’t had the time to work on any new YouTube content,” Shamook wrote in the comment section of a recent video. “Now I’ve settled into my job, uploads should start increasing again. They’ll still be slow, but hopefully not months apart.”
“[Industrial Light and Magic is] always on the lookout for talented artists and have in fact hired the artist that goes by the online persona ‘Shamook,’” a Lucasfilm representative said in a statement. “Over the past several years ILM has been investing in both machine learning and A.I. as a means to produce compelling visual effects work and it’s been terrific to see momentum building in this space as the technology advances.”