Apple insider reported that Tonggu has established partnership with apple, Microsoft and other companies, and SK Telecom is about to sell products through its 24-hour but unattended “t factory” store. As one of the carrier partners of Korea’s iPhone 125g smartphone, SK Telecom announced that the “t factory” unmanned store in Seoul will officially open on October 31. For consumers, it will be able to get a novel experience of buying the iPhone 12 in five minutes. Park Jung Ho, chief executive of SK Telecom, said in a statement that t factory is a new territory constantly creating and demonstrating future technologies. It brings together different backgrounds and expertise, where people can exchange ideas and collaborate openly. < / P > < p > it hopes that t factory can not only provide customers with interesting new experiences, but also encourage enterprises to actively engage in new attempts, so as to stimulate the vitality of the whole Korean ICT industry. < / P > < p > these “new experiences” cover self-service registration, selecting equipment, accepting AI based package pricing consultation, purchasing smart machines and accessories, booking maintenance, and trading used equipment. < p > < p > SK Telecom hopes that the 24-hour non-stop t factory unmanned store can help customers complete a series of operations such as registration and purchase within 5 minutes, so as to bring about a faster consumption experience than traditional stores. < / P > < p > however, in order to ensure safety, customers still need to register in advance when selecting and purchasing devices, and then accept face recognition based examinations. In addition, a thermal sensor is installed in the self-service registration to avoid accidental entry of covid patients. < / P > < p > finally, the unmanned store will open at Hongyi University in Western Seoul at the end of October. It crosses the Han River, about six miles from the local Apple Store (and one of the first stores to reopen after the covid-19 pandemic). Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen