The real live Eras Tour might have passed this summer, but there’s still another chance for fans who missed it to see all what it was all about; there is a film coming out! It will follow Taylor Swift’s entire tour series, showcasing the experience, and those fans who weren’t able to attend the tour itself will be able to see what they missed!
Who Did the Filming?
We already know the film will be spectacular because of the person who was in charge of directing it. If you’ve watched Billie Eilish Live at the O2 or Lizzo: Live in Concert, you may be familiar with him.
Sam Wrench was the director. He filmed the tour, focusing mainly on the three-part Californian tour at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood.
What About the Strike?
As we all know, there is a strike going on right now involving the movie industry, which might have been worrisome for a while. However, the SAG-AFTRA organization has, in fact, given the green light for Taylor’s film to continue its production.
When Will the Film Be Released?
Fans can expect the film to come out soon; October 13th of this year, to be precise.
A spooky date for a spectacular show, wouldn’t you say? Fans will patiently have to wait for the global release date.
There Is a Trailer Available
Even though there is no streaming of the Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour film just yet, and it probably won’t be available until after the fantastic production has been released in theaters, fans can enjoy the trailer. It’s available online, so if you want to know what you’ll be in for, find it and enjoy a short clip of what’s to come!
Whether you’ve attended the Eras Tour in real life or are waiting for the movie, you’ll get to have a spectacular view of the entire series! If you did attend the concerts, the film will give you a chance to reminisce. If you haven’t, you’ll get a glance at the wonderful tour series!
The impending launch of Apple’s iPhone 15 comes with notable changes, including the introduction of USB-C charging cables and ports. Despite this advancement, leaked details imply potentially slower data transfer speeds than previous iPhone models.
iPhone 15 Adopts the USB-C Charging Cable
In compliance with new regulations enforced by the European Union (EU) to curb e-waste, Apple has confirmed the switch to USB-C charging cables for future smartphone releases, starting with the iPhone 15. This move aims to simplify charging ports across various devices while reducing electronic waste.
Leaks Suggest Slower Data Transfer Speeds
Unconfirmed leaks disclose that the upcoming iPhone 15 will come with a USB 2.0-speed cable offering data transfer rates of 480 Mbps, making it considerably slower than Apple’s recent Thunderbolt ports. Current iPad Pro models support Thunderbolt 3 with speeds up to 40 Gbps, allowing faster transfers and compatibility with multiple high-performance devices.
Faster Charging Is Still Possible for iPhone 15
Despite the slow USB-C cable bundled with the iPhone 15, another leak hints at potential support for faster charging speeds. It is speculated that the new model will be capable of charging its battery at rates up to 35W, which means users could get a full charge within an hour.
Alongside the rumors about charging speeds, the iPhone 15 Pro models are also predicted to have superior data transfer capabilities. It is speculated that these high-end versions could support transfer speeds of at least 40 Gbps, matching the Thunderbolt 3 capacities seen in current iPad Pro devices. This would allow users to quickly transfer large amounts of data and connect to high-performance peripherals with ease.
As eagerly anticipated as Apple’s iPhone 15 is, these leaked details on slower data transfer speeds via the USB-C cable might disappoint some users. Nevertheless, users still have potential benefits such as faster charging speeds and compatibility with non-Apple devices thanks to the USB-C charging ports.