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郭台铭陈赫疑似曝光iPhone11真机!网友吐槽:真的很丑!******

原标题:郭台铭陈赫疑似曝光iPhone11真机!网友吐槽:真的很丑!

在炒了两年的冷饭后,很多果粉都对2019年新款iPhone的外型有很大的期待。因为按照惯例,今年苹果将会对新iPhone的外观做一定程度的调整,毕竟冷饭再炒就真的要翻车了。但有时候,外观的变化可能并不是一件好事,说不定也是一件坏事。

在前段时间,网上曝光了iPhoneXL(11)的新造型,准确的说iPhone11在正面设计上依然还是iPhoneX的那个调调,也就是刘海全面屏,没有什么新意。

真正的改进是在iPhone11的背面,也就是摄像头造型上。iPhone11跟上了潮流用上了三摄,但这三摄的造型和去年华为发布的Mate20非常的像,网友起了个很接地气的名字“浴霸”,但和华为不同,iPhone11的浴霸不是摆在中间还是在左上角。

硕大的块状造型非常的丑。之前很多人还不相信iPhone11会采用这个造型设计,但从近期各种消息来看,这似乎是真的。近日有网友扒出了富士康CEO郭台铭手持一款新iPhone的照片。

郭台铭手持的这款新iPhone后置镜头非常像曝光的浴霸,加上富士康和苹果的紧密关系,很多人都认为郭台铭提前拿到了iPhone11真机。但也有人扒出郭台铭拿的还是iPhoneXS Max,只不过套上了手机壳而已,因为闪光灯和iPhoneXS几乎一样。

虽然这说得过去,但很快又有人扒出明星陈赫的照片,照片中似乎也手持一款全新的iPhone,更令人吃惊的是这款新iPhone的后置相机也是浴霸,而且这次连闪光灯也对上了!

传言称今年的新iPhone后置相机镜头将从2个升级到3个,并配备索尼独家供应的12MP/1um CIS与5P/f2.2镜头,前置相机像素也从700万升级到1200万像素,还加入了超广角拍摄。看起来在外观没什么创新的情况下,苹果也准备开始拼相机了,但这造型被网友吐槽真的很丑!

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华商报讯(小编 魏李晓云)12月15日,小编从西安国际性港务区获知,西安奥体中心于14日喜获中国工程建设鲁班奖(国家高品质工程项目)。

西安奥体中心是“十四运会”主场对阵馆,位于国际性港务区灞河之畔,总占地面积1089亩,建筑面积52万平方。由“一场两馆”3座行为主体工程建筑组成。2017年10月9日运行基本建设,2020年7月1日完工交货投运。2021年1月5日,西安奥体中心体育场馆、热身运动场喜获全球田联一级场所验证,做到全球田联场所基本建设最大规范。与此同时也夺得2021年建设工程“长安杯”。

据了解,中国工程建设鲁班奖(国家高品质工程项目),通称鲁班奖,是由国家住建部具体指导、中国建筑业协会执行评比的荣誉奖,是中国建筑业工程施工质量的最高奖项。



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Omicron in Europe before South Africa reported first cases******

AFP

Travelers from South Africa are tested for the coronavirus on arrival in a specially designed test street at Schiphol airport, on November 30, 2021. Dutch health authorities said on November 30 that the new COVID-19 variant was already present in the Netherlands a week before a cluster of cases on two flights from South Africa. The Omicron cases were discovered on November 19 and 23 and authorities are checking whether they had links to southern Africa, and how far the new strain has spread.

The Omicron coronavirus variant was present in Europe before the first cases were reported in South Africa, new data from the Netherlands showed Tuesday, as Latin America reported its first two cases in Brazil.

In the week since the new virus strain was reported to the World Health Organization by South Africa, dozens of countries around the world have responded with travel restrictions – most targeting southern African nations.

But the World Health Organization warned Tuesday – as Canada expanded its restrictions to also include Egypt and Nigeria – that "blanket" travel bans risked doing more harm than good.

And the likely futility of broad travel restrictions was underscored as Dutch authorities reported that Omicron was present in the country before South Africa officially reported its first cases, on November 25.

The new variant – whose high number of mutations the WHO believes may make it more transmissible or resistant to vaccines – was found in two Dutch test samples from November 19 and 23, with one having no travel history.

With countries now on alert for the Omicron variant, a clearer picture is emerging by the day of where it has been circulating, and for how long.

So far, well over a dozen countries and territories have detected cases, including Australia, Britain, Canada, Israel, Italy and Portugal.

Among European countries, Belgium and Germany have both reported cases of the new strain prior to November 25, but both linked to foreign travel.

Latin America reported its first two cases Tuesday – in people who traveled from South Africa to Brazil – and a first case was confirmed in Japan, one day after it barred all foreign arrivals.

Vaccine-resistant?

While much is still unknown about the Omicron variant – it could take weeks to determine whether and to what extent it is vaccine-resistant – it has highlighted that the global fight against COVID-19 is far from over.

Asian, European and US markets all fell on Tuesday, while the benchmark US oil price tumbled more than five percent after the boss of vaccine manufacturer Moderna warned existing jabs might be less effective against the new variant.

"All the scientists I've talked to ... are like 'this is not going to be good'," Moderna boss Stephane Bancel told the Financial Times, warning against a "material drop" in the effectiveness of current jabs against Omicron.

Moderna, US drugmaker Pfizer and the backers of Russian vaccine Sputnik V are already working on an Omicron-specific vaccine.

On the treatment front, meanwhile, a panel of US health experts voted Tuesday to endorse Merck's COVID pill for high-risk adult patients, which is already authorised in Britain.

'Heavy burden'

In a briefing to WHO member states, the body's chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said it was understandable for countries to seek to protect their citizens "against a variant we don't yet fully understand."

But he called for the global response to be "calm, coordinated and coherent", urging nations to "take rational, proportional risk-reduction measures."

The UN agency cautioned in a travel advisery that "blanket" travel bans risked placing a "heavy burden on lives and livelihoods" and could ultimately dissuade countries from sharing data about the evolving virus – as South Africa did in reporting the latest variant.

But it did advise that people not fully vaccinated and considered vulnerable to COVID-19, including over-60s, should put off travel to areas with community transmission of the virus – after correcting a previous statement that indicated all over-60s should defer travel.

Tougher measures

Omicron has emerged as much of the world was already bracing for a new winter wave of the pandemic – leaving even nations with high vaccination rates scrambling to stem infections and prevent health services from being overwhelmed.

Governments, particularly in western Europe, have already reintroduced mandatory mask-wearing, social-distancing measures, curfews or lockdowns – leaving businesses fearing another grim Christmas.

In Germany, incoming Chancellor Olaf Scholz said parliament would vote on making COVID vaccines compulsory by the end of the year – and a source from Scholz's party told AFP he had "signalled his sympathy" for such a rule.

Greece went ahead Tuesday in making vaccines compulsory for over-60s, while Norway will offer booster shots to all adults before Easter, as preferable to a lockdown.

Britain meanwhile set a target of delivering third jabs to all adults within two months, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying vaccination centers would be "popping up like Christmas trees."

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