Apple is discontinuing iMac and workstation

The base model will still be sold while supplies last.
0:48 | 03/08/21

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In today's tech bytes the I Mac pros farewell tour apple is discontinuing the all in one personal computer and workstation. After four years on the market the base model which cost 5000 dollars well still be sold while supplies last. An update to the Google fit app arriving today allows pixel phones to measure your heart rate and breathing. Measuring heart rate involves placing a finger of of the rear camera. To get your pulse reading breath tracking uses the front camera to monitor chess movements and calculate breaths per minute and finally the video game controller of the future. May be no further than your kitchen Sony has reportedly filed a patent to turn food products like bananas and other household items. Into PlayStation controllers the goal is to use a camera to map out virtual buttons on any object those eager tech bytes have a great day.

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