Smartphones are getting expensive in future

Smartphones are getting expensive in future

Canon’s forthcoming digital text is nearing completion, and as predicted, smartphones will get expensive.

The revamp of Canon’s digital cameras has begun, and it will not be a positive experience for customers. Vozpopuli reports that the Royal Decree establishing the fee will raise the price of each device by 3.75 euros. There was a revision in 2017 that included the incorporation of technology gadgets; this issue has been brought up again, this time with the aim of achieving an increase.

The paper was written by copyright groups, IT firms, and the Socialist Party Government in an effort to document the creators of said technology. In actuality, as in other sectors, the cost to compensate the authors’ societies for supposed losses falls on the last in the chain.

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Canon’s latest digital camera also features some exciting new information, although there’s no word yet on when any of it might take effect. Tablets will also experience a price increase, although smartphones will see a larger percentage increase due to the semiconductor crisis and other factors. From 3.15 to 3.75 Euros. For computers, the government plans to lower the tax to 5.33 euros. There are no alternatives to the aforementioned texts on disks, USB drives, or printers

 Canon Digital controversy

Like clockwork, many groups have taken up positions either in opposition to or in support of the new Canon Digital.  The technology industry, which stands to lose the most from the price hike, has taken a firm stance against it.

Especially considering how popular it is to listen to music and watch TV shows and movies online. The proliferation of legal streaming options like Netflix, HBO Now, Disney+, and Spotify has mostly pushed illegal downloads into the background. Without having completed it, the truth is that it has decreased by 25% since 2015. It is this decline that tech firms are using to justify their rate increase justification.

Beyond the Digital Canon, the governmental sector is not fond of streaming sites, which hurts the national audiovisual business. The General Law of Audiovisual Communication’s preliminary draft proposed that Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, and YouTube pay 1.5% of their income to RTVE.

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