The episode showcased what was supposed to be the happy marriage of Robb Stark (Richard Madden) and his pregnant wife Talisa (Oona Chaplin). The wedding, hosted by Walder Frey (David Bradley), turned out to be a double-cross and a bloody massacre resulting in the deaths of Robb, Talisa, her unborn child and the House Stark matriarch Catelyn (Michelle Fairley), to name just a few
The new 10.9-inch iPad, which also sees the home button replaced with a fingerprint reader, includes Apple's A14 Bionic chip that launched in 2020, and is available in four new colors: blue, pink, yellow and silver.
Apple also introduced a new iPad, starting at $499, with an all-screen design that places the front-facing camera to the longer side of the device and the lightning port at the more widely used USB-C connection.
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'The performance of M2 turbocharges even the most demanding workflows, from photographers editing massive photo libraries and designers manipulating complex 3D objects, to healthcare professionals taking advanced imaging and analysis, to gamers enjoying graphics-intensive games,' Apple shared in the announcement.
The iPad Pro also delivers up to 35 percent faster graphics performance and includes a 16-core Neural Engine that can process 15.8 trillion operations per second, helping it keep up 'with the most demanding workflow'
'Mounting evidence from the last two years shows that Hunter Biden, son of President Biden, has received preferential treatment from federal law enforcement, who seem to have turned a blind eye to the potential national security threats presented by his business dealings with Chinese, Russian, and other foreign nationals,' the report said.
As the story gained traction in the media the next day, with various versions circulating in the news and on social media, the New York Times claims some Republican officials joined in by suggesting that the attack was actually an 'inside job or a lover's quarrel.'
Many of DePape's social media posts were filled with tirades against Jewish people, black people, Democrats, the media and transgender people, under categories such as 'Trannies,' 'Da Jewbs' and 'Great Reset.'
The tech giant opted out of a live event and shared details of the iPad Pro on its website, highlighting that the tablet has 'the world's most advanced mobile display, pro cameras, Face ID, Thunderbolt, and a four-speaker audio system,' the reads.
Pelosi is recovering at home a week after he was struck in the head with a hammer wielded by David DePape, 42, who broke into the San Francisco property while Pelosi's wife US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi - along with her security detail - was in Washington, D.C.
Along with being the first physical redesigns in years, new device is also the first to feature Apple's new M2 chip that was just unveiled in June during a product event that launched new MacBook Air and Pro computers.
The report pointed to an interview in August this year of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on the Joe Rogan Experience, in which Zuckerberg admitted his company censored stories about Joe Biden's involvement in Hunter's business dealings after the FBI warned them to be on 'on high alert' for 'Russian propaganda'.
The iPad Pro also delivers up to 35 percent faster graphics performance and includes a 16-core Neural Engine that can process 15.8 trillion operations per second, helping it keep up 'with the most demanding workflow.'
But the signatories to the letter, which include former Director of National Intelligence Jim Clapper and ex CIA directors Mike Hayden, Leon Panetta and John Brennan, have not retracted or revised their statements.
Senior Republicans claimed the Bureau 'downplayed' the scandal of Hunter's foreign business deals and potential illegal activity in the weeks before the 2020 presidential election and gadgetinku.com 'even colluded with social media platform Facebook to suppress information.'
In the New York Times piece published this weekend, the paper points to 21 elected officials, candidates, Gadgetinku and other prominent figures who they claim have spread misinformation or cast doubt on the attack.
Industry expert Paolo Pescatore, from PP Foresight, said the new devices were the latest example of Apple 'flexing its proven strategy of broadening the portfolio of devices in each segment to cater for everyone'.
The Judiciary Committee report also rounded on one recently-retired FBI official Timothy Thibault, a senior agent in the Washington Field Office, citing Bureau whistleblowers who claim he was 'allegedly part of the effort to suppress evidence damaging to the Biden family in the weeks before the 2020 presidential election.'
The committee is still demanding answers from more than 50 top current and former intelligence officials on why they labeled Hunter Biden's laptop 'Russian disinformation' in an open letter ahead of the election.