The iPhone SE 2, the rumored successor to the iPhone SE, will feature a glass back, according to a new report. This glass back may be more than a random design choice, instead hinting at a specific, welcomed feature: wireless charging. It’s a big change over past rumors regarding the device, which was expected to bring an increase in speed but little else. The addition of a glass back would itself be a big change, and wireless charging would bring it to a whole new level. The iPhone SE 2 is far from official, and in fact rumors — what little there have been — haven’t exactly been consistent. The iPhone SE was Apple’s solution for customers who missed the older, smaller iPhone designs, but who don’t want to use those older, slower iPhone models. The end result was a phone that looks like the iPhone 5s but performs like an iPhone 6s.The iPhone SE was launched in early 2016, making it a bit dated at this point. Fans of the handset have been asking when Apple will be updating the model, but a better question is if it will be releasing a successor. That question still hasn’t been settled.Back in July 2017, an analyst claimed that Apple doesn’t plan to update the iPhone SE. However, some rumors and leaks have surfaced here and there contradicting those claims. An iPhone SE 2 is reportedly planned, but details are still lacking. One of the more recent reports — from late November — claims Apple will release an iPhone SE 2 model in the first half of 2018.Apple is said to have a deal in place for the second handset with the same plant that made the iPhone SE. Sources and speculation have pointed toward the same small screen and same design, which would make sense — Apple wouldn’t have to invest in all the work and hardware that comes with a new design. A source speaking to Tekz24 contradicts all that, claiming that the iPhone SE 2 will have a glass back. This “very reliable source” claims that the glass back decision may have been made due to plans for wireless charging support, though the source doesn’t outright state that wireless charging is happening for this model. Various leaks have claimed that buyers will have somewhere around a $400 price tag once the handset launches (assuming it does).SOURCE: Tekz24
New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday said several Congress workers, including some from Valmiki community, joined the party in presence of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.Kejriwal welcomed them and said they would have to work together for the development of the city and the country. “We have fixed to a large extent the corrupt exploitative system that has existed for the last 70 years. This has been possible because Delhi elected an honest government. But this project is much longer than just four years. After winning the next election in Delhi, we have to continue to work towards a better country, a better system. We are committed to ensuring a dignified life for all Delhiites,” Kejriwal said in the statement.Leader of the Maharishi Valmiki Ambedkar Navyuvak Sangh, Harkisan Tank joined the party today, along with his supporters. Tank said, “The Valmiki community is a very backward group in terms of education. Aam Aadmi Party is the only party that makes education a top priority and works on improving government schools. Our children mostly study in government schools and we have learnt that Delhi’s government schools are the best in the country, even competing with private schools.”Asha Verma, a Congress member from Kirari who joined the party today said, We will work with all our energy and enthusiasm to ensure you are re-elected next year.” aap arvind kejriwalDelhi CongressHarkisan TankValmiki community First Published: June 26, 2019, 7:17 PM IST
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Secondary and technical schools will be equipped with security guards who will remain on site from 7am until 2pm as of the 2019/20 school year, a measure which student union Psem dubbed on Tuesday a “conservative setback” for Cyprus education.Speaking after a meeting held on Monday with education organisations, organised parents and student groups, Education Minister Costas Hambiaouris announced a series of agreed measures to tackle delinquent behaviour and violence in schools.With a series of measures such as the fencing of schools and the installation of cameras and intercoms to control entry already in the pipeline, Hambiaouris announced that a total of 56 security guards will be stationed in secondary and technical schools as of September.The measure, put forward by organised parents groups, is staunchly opposed by Psem.“The introduction of guards, high fences, and security cameras only work to enhance repression, which will in no circumstances foster a meaningful resolution of the issue but will contrastingly contribute to the augmentation of the issue through the surveillance and terrorism of students,” Psem said on Tuesday.Psem noted that in response to their submitted proposal for measures focusing on the prevention of violence in schools, Hambiaouris cited economic and other difficulties.“In simple terms, the ministry told us that there is money available to invest in measures of repression, but no money for further enhancement of preventative measures through the introduction of more educational psychologists, social workers and councillors,” Psem added.In his statements, Hambiaouris noted that the educational psychology service will be boosted through the opening of 20 positions, which will also serve to reinforce the emergency response team in schools.Proposals for measures were submitted by all parties participating at the meeting.Regarding the request submitted for more social workers in schools, Hambiaouris said that this will require inter-ministerial cooperation, and will have to be discussed before the council of ministers.“The issue of delinquency is becoming increasingly worrying due to the increasing problems and inequalities that prevail in society, and consequently in schools,” Psem said.Psem highlighted the need for a holistic handling of the issue, which cannot be solved through sporadic interventions and occasional measures based on repression, but requires adequate support of students in their school and social lives.Further measures such as the fencing of schools and the installation of intercoms to control entry were announced by the ministry last October.During the same period last year, the ministry announced a six-pillar national strategy to combat violence in schools, seeking to promote a safe school environment, and to respond in the best way possible to pupils’ emotional and social needs.The need for stepping up measures to target violence in schools was highlighted once more last month when three people were injured during a fight at the Larnaca technical school Ayios Lazarus after a student under attack called on teachers to come to his assistance.Yiannos Socratous, president of secondary-schoolteachers union Oelmek said that “teachers cannot and should not be turned from educators into police officers.”You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola