Humor doesn’t all the time translate so smartly on-line. Whoever is answerable for Project Ara’s Twitter account could have discovered that the exhausting approach. From the start, Project Ara had plans to make use of electropermanent magnets to safe modules to the real telephone. Yesterday, we discovered that, after a “failed drop test,” the Ara staff can be shifting clear of magnets, however didn’t say what else they had in thoughts. Of path, the web took that tweet at face worth and ran with it, portray a image of prototypes falling to items upon hitting the ground.
Today, whoever is operating Project Ara’s Twitter account is again and admits that the previous day’s tweet was… smartly, just a “funny story.” Turns out they merely found a new solution, person who they declare is better than the magnets they had deliberate to make use of at the start. Of path, this type of is sensible. We discussed in the previous day’s publish that this is among the the first thing you take into consideration while construction a phone with detachable portions: what occurs while you drop it? We’re positive the group at Ara didn’t one way or the other fail to remember this while construction the telephone.
The different bit of stories is that Project Ara additionally discussed that they’re arduous at paintings on making improvements to the digital camera and battery lifetime of the telephone, however wouldn’t dive into specifics. We most effective wish the whole thing comes in combination in time for its new 2016 free up (perhaps in america) and we're nonetheless as excited as ever to get our palms on Project Ara. For a at the back of the scenes take a look at the staff at the back of Project Ara, take a look at Phoneblok’s video under.