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A ‘new’ device every year?

A ‘new’ device every year?

By the IT GUY

Click aqui para español->¿Un dispositivo "nuevo" cada año?

With the quick changes in smartphone technology we find ourselves expecting a new gadget every year. Apple released its new version of the iPhone during their Keynote presentation from the Steve Jobs Theater on September 12th, 2018. Now the big question is...Is it worth upgrading devices every year? Are you willing to spend $1000+ every year for a smartphone that looks almost identical to the previous one and has just a few minor upgrades? Big cellular companies even now offer plans that allow you to swap your cellphone every year with a premium monthly cost. The new set of iPhones was released with its versions XS, which arrived in stores on September 21st, and the XR which will be available in stores on October 26th. Let’s take a look at the specs and the main differences from the iPhone X released last year.

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Publisher's Note

There is an idea that most Latino immigrants who come here lack education, and thus are bound to perform jobs that require more physical abilities than intellectual ones.

The laborers usually receive a negative stigma, even though the United States society requires these types of jobs to function properly. It is important to us to remember there is dignity in any job. 

In our Líders section, we feature Mari Alejos-Puente, an entrepreneur who is succeeding in the cosmetics’ industry. She graduated from Tulane University and Xavier University and she told me how her mother and her grandmother  were part of the cleaning crews at these institutions, respectively, and how proud they were to see her obtain her undergrad and master degrees.

It is a beautiful thing when you know ladies like this mother and grandmother work hard to give a better life to their children. I wanted to mention this as a side note, because it is important to highlight their efforts, just as much as the effort of the highly skilled professionals we are featuring in our cover story.

In our cover we feature three Latin American physicians who are giving individuals a second chance in life with through their commitment and work at the Ochsner Transplant Institute.

Let his note be a reminder that Latinos, in every field, are providing their skills, talent, and sacrifices every day to make the United States a culturally and economically stronger society.

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