Tech Talk Show Apple iPhone 12 Xbox Series X Podcast Episode For Gamers Launched

An episode of the JMOR Tech Talk podcast has been launched discussing the Apple iPhone 12 and the Xbox Series X, which John explains is designed to appear affordable through monthly installments.

Franklin Lakes, United States - November 22, 2020 /PressCable/ —

The JMOR Tech Talk Show has launched a new episode aimed at gamers and early adopters who are interested in learning more about the Apple iPhone 12 and the new Xbox Series X console. During the episode, host John C Morley covers tech issues including the Ring doorbell recall, which has been announced due to fire hazard concerns, and traveling during the pandemic.

Listen to or watch the episode at https://transformu.us/pages/jmor

The newly launched episode from the JMOR Tech Talk Show features How to Make Money from Basic Technology at home.

During the episode John unboxes his new iPhone 12 Pro Max, which was released mid-November and offers 5G connectivity. John explains that compared to his last phone, which is the iPhone 10 X there is a slight size difference with the new phone being slightly bigger.

Although no charger is supplied, John explains a USB-C connection is supplied, which means it is not compatible with previous Apple plugs even though it looks like a standard USB connector. While it can be used with older 3.0 USB ports, the new oval shape means an adapter will have to be used.

John notes the fact that consoles are becoming more like phones in the sense that people can pay per month as a package deal instead of buying them outright. The 24-month payment plan for the new Xbox X Series is $34.99 per month, which John explains is Microsoft’s way to make the console appear more affordable and accessible, but people end up paying more overall.

In the end of November will hear from Nicholas Romaniello an EMT in Franklin Lakes, NJ who will be discussing everything we need to know about the current health crisis ahead of the holidays. In December Will learn from Martin Alonso the lonely road a developer sometimes lives and why the sacrifice is worth it. Michael Whitehouse will share a few tips on how to make money from home with just basic technology and how easy it is to do so. Later in the month Clair Wilson will explain how to use software to help us to start learning about our heritage and family.

A spokesperson said: “The new iPhone 12 Pro Max has a slightly different shine to it, but I think it looks great along with the covering. Before trying to upgrade your phone, we highly recommend you do a backup and the good news is, you will probably be able to convert your new phone in less than 10 minutes.”

To find out more or listen to the episode in full, interested parties are invited to visit the link provided.

Contact Info:
Name: John C. Morley
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Organization: The JMOR Connection, Inc.
Address: 799 Franklin Ave Unit 3, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417, United States
Website: https://jmor.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88986764

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