Ahead of pre-orders for the
new iMac beginning on Friday
, Apple’s Colleen Novielli and Navpreet Kaloty joined the
“Upgrade” podcast on Relay FM
to talk in-depth about the new product. In the interview, Novielli and Kaloty touched on the new design, including some of the more controversial design elements, as well as the M1 chip inside.
On April 23 at 5:49 a.m. EDT, SpaceX launched their Crew-2 mission. Its Falcon 9 rocket carried astronauts Shane Kimbrough, Megan McArthur, Akihiko Hoshide and Thomas Pesquet to the International Space Station in Crew Dragon capsule Endeavour.
Powerful flight tracking app “
” has seen a major update today with new social sharing features for people to use as they start traveling again post-COVID. The app was already the best flight tracker available, and this update just builds upon that lead. Flighty can now integrate with Instagram and offer some beautifully designed stickers for you to share details about your trips with friends and family.
Following the release of iOS 14.5 and other software updates, Apple today released a major update to its Clips app. Version 3.1 of Clips brings new immersive AR experiences that are enabled through the LiDAR scanner on the iPhone 12 Pro and iPad Pro.
Apple today finally released iOS 14.5 to the public, which comes with the long-awaited App Tracking Transparency feature. With this new option available in the iOS settings, users can opt-out of being tracked by third-party apps across other apps and websites. To further highlight this new feature, the company has now shared a new video explaining how App Tracking Transparency works.
One of the notable changes with iOS 14.5 is iPhone 11
. The new feature gives an updated, more accurate reading of your device’s maximum battery capacity and peak performance capability and can fix unexpected battery drain. And in rare cases, it could lead to a free battery replacement. Follow along for a hands-on look at how iPhone battery calibration works.
iOS 14.5 is officially available
to all users and the update comes with a big list of new features and changes. Among them is Apple Watch iPhone unlock, over 200 new emoji, the ability to block iPhone app tracking, new Siri voices, and more. Here’s how to install iOS 14.5.
After a three-month beta, Apple has released macOS 11.3 to the public. The new software comes with a variety of new features for the Reminders app, Apple Music, HomePod support, M1 optimizations, AirTags support, an important malware fix, and more.
The release version of the watchOS 7.4 software update for Apple Watch is now available. iPhone users are now able to use Apple Watch to replace Face ID and a passcode when wearing a facial covering like a mask.
After a beta testing cycle that spanned nearly three months, iOS 14.5 is now available to everyone alongside iPadOS 14.5. You can update your iPhone or iPad by going to the Settings app, choosing General, then choosing Software Update. Read on for details on everything new in iOS 14.5.
iOS 14.5 –
– comes with a host of new features, and one of the big ones is apps have to request permission before they can track you. Along with that, you have total control to allow or block iPhone app tracking, read on for how it works.
After years of customers complaining that the Snapchat app on Android was inferior to the iOS version, the company rebuilt it from scratch as an “investment.” As it turns out, that investment has paid off in a big way, with the new Snapchat app leading to a huge boost in Android users.
Subscribers in Europe are today being notified of a
price rise. For UK users, the increase is either £1 or £2 per month, depending on the subscription type. Elsewhere in Europe, it ranges from €1 to €3.
The news coincides with the announcement of a new Spotify music player embedded into the iOS and Android Facebook app …
With iOS 14.5, which Apple will release today, iPhone owners will have the option to explicitly choose whether to let apps like Facebook track them across other apps. A new profile from the
New York Times
today elaborates on how Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook became foes due to Apple’s privacy push.