Report Bugs as You See Them
Instead of moaning and groaning about Fallout 4 problems, you'll want to do two things. Fix them and/or report them.
The Fallout 4 release is a marathon not a sprint. Bethesda's not going to release this game and forget about it. It's going to release regular patches for all three versions of the game. The day one Fallout 4 patch is just the beginning.
The company's engineers will undoubtedly spot a ton of the initial issues but you can do your part as well. Point out bugs as you see them.
You can point them out on the official forums or through social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. You might not get an immediate response (they're going to be busy) but there's a good chance someone that matters will see your report.
Reporting bugs can help the company improve the game and get things patched up in a timely manner. If the developer is taking ideas for new features and tweaks, it's more than willing to listen to complaints. Help it out.
11 Reasons to Wait for the iPhone 12 & 5 Reasons Not To
Wait for Better Cameras
According to Bloomberg, Apple is planning to put laser-powered time-of-flight 3D cameras on the iPhone which will lead to big improvements to Augmented Reality (AR) on the iPhone.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman states that the iPhone's new 3D camera "will give the phone a better sense of where it is in physical space, improving the accuracy of object placement in augmented-reality apps, which overlay virtual images on the real world."
Analysis from JP Morgan's Samik Chatterjee echoes these rumors. So does a report from Digitimes and a report from Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo believes only two of the three 2020 iPhone models will feature this technology on board.
This assertion has been backed up by leaked iOS 14 code from 9to5Mac. According to the code, only the iPhone 12 Pro models will feature the time-of-flight sensor.
Kuo thinks the 2020 iPhones will come with the same ultra-wide lens design that's found on the 2019 models. And in a more recent note, Kuo says the 6.7-inch 2020 iPhone will also feature sensor-shift image stabilization.
He also thinks the iPhone 12 will come with a "high-end" lens array in the rear camera. This should help improve image quality.
Kuo also believes the iPhone 12's camera will feature improved autofocus.
A Fast Company report goes into detail about the iPhone 12's "world-facing" 3D camera. The camera is "actually a laser, sensor, and software system" that emits light to measure the distance between the phone and the objects and surfaces in front of it.
In addition to new AR experiences, the camera will reportedly enable new photo and video effects.
A leak suggests the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max models will come with LiDAR (light detection and ranging), the same feature found on the new iPad Pro models. Conversely, one leaker believes LiDAR will only be found on the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Alleged screenshots of the iPhone 12 Pro Max's settings point to the existence of a LiDAR scanner. In the settings there is a toggle to enable "LiDAR." A leaked photo of what allegedly is the iPhone 12 Pro's back glass shows a hole for the LiDAR scanner.
We're also hearing that the 2020 iPhone models could have optical image stabilization in all three rear camera sensors. The 2020 iPhones also are said to have improved photo capturing tools on board.
We've also heard, via EverythingApplePro and XDA's Max Weinbach, that Apple might bring Night Mode support to the wide-angle, telephoto lens, and the front-facing camera. Weinbach claims the telephoto lens will increase to 3x optical zoom.
In addition, Weinbach thinks the iPhone 12 Pro models will be able to shoot 4K video at 120fps and 240fps. Weinbach discovered these modes in the iOS 14 beta so there's a good chance they're being tested behind the scenes.
A report from Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis, Thomas O'Malley, and Baylie Harri suggests that Face ID will improve thanks to these changes. Unfortunately, the report doesn't go into specifics. An additional report from Weinbach suggests Face ID will come with a wider angle of view.
If you aren't thrilled with the cameras on the iPhone 11 models, or the cameras on older versions of the iPhone, or you're interested in a new 3D camera system and improved Face ID, think about waiting.
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Pre-Order Because You'll Get Next-Gen Upgrades
You can pre-order Cyberpunk 2077 without worrying about your next console.
Later this year, Microsoft will release Project Scarlett, now known as Xbox Series X. The console will replace the Xbox One X as the company's flagship and it will do with some major upgrades. The company is also launching a cheaper Xbox Series S.
If you're planning to buy Microsoft's new console, or even if you aren't, you won't have to stress about Cyberpunk 2077.
CD Projekt Red says that owners of Cyberpunk 2077 for Xbox One will receive the Xbox Series X upgrade for free when it becomes available. The company adds that "gamers should never be forced to purchase the same game twice or pay for upgrades."
The same goes for PlayStation 4 owners who upgrade to the PlayStation 5. CD Projekt Red says the company will push an upgrade to Cyberpunk 2077 that will allow it to take "full advantage of the next-gen hardware." This upgrade is also free.
The developer says that while next-gen versions of Cyberpunk 2077 are in the works for the Xbox Series X and PS5, they will be released after the game arrives on current platforms.
The upgraded version of the game won't launch with the new consoles either. It will be released sometime after they arrive on shelves this fall.
Cyberpunk 2077 will also be backwards compatible with both next-gen consoles.
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