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- How long do you spend every day using your smartphone? What do you usually use it for?
- What is the most interesting smartphone app you have ever used? Please tell me more about it.
- helpline /HELP-line/
- initial /ih-NISH-uhl/
- vigorous /VIG-er-uhs/
- guarantee /gar-uhn-TEE/
- triathlon /trahy-ATH-luhn/
[noun] – a telephone service provided by an organization or company to offer help and advice to people
The helpline was established to assist young people who required guidance and support.
[adjective] – of or at the beginning
Yuki created the initial draft of her plans.
[adjective] – very forceful or energetic
Do several hours of vigorous exercise each week.
[verb] – to promise that something will happen or exist
The electrical provider guarantees a 24-hour connection time.
[noun] – a competition in which the people competing must swim, ride a bicycle, and run particular distances without stopping between events
Satsuki was in triathlon training, so he was speeding through the big loop.
Apple also revealed the Watch Ultra, a brand-new wearable designed for vigorous exercise that is dust-proof, swim-proof, and crack-resistant. Apple guarantees that its customers will have the ability to finish an ultra-triathlon with the certainty that all Ultra watches have a battery life of up to 36 hours on a single charge and an extended battery life of 60 hours. The starting price for the Apple Watch Ultra is $799 in the US and £849 in the UK.
- What do the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus have?
- How long does it take to send a simple message using the phone’s new features?
- What are the starting prices of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro?
- What is the Watch Ultra?
- What is the battery life of the Watch Ultra?
- What features of your current smartphone do you like the most? Please explain more about them.
- How often do you change your smartphone? What are the usual reasons for the changes?
- Would you get the new Apple devices?
- Do you think Apple releases new products too quickly?
- Some people say that new features should be added to an existing phone model instead of releasing a new one. What is your opinion on this?