Apple has released the fourth developer beta of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 for compatible iPhones and iPads, respectively, after two weeks of silence. The company has also released the fourth developer beta of tvOS 13.3 and watchOS 6.1.1 software updates. If you are not a registered developer, you won’t be able to install it on your device.
Apple has updated the Clips app to support Animojis and Memojis. The company also added new animated stickers for a more fun experience while creating short videos using the free video creation app.
A research note with TF International Securities has revealed that Apple intends to launch five iPhones in 2020. The prediction comes from Ming-Chi Kuo and seems credible.
Messaging apps are getting more versatile with each passing day. Facebook Messenger has always been the more feature-rich IM platform, offering bots, stickers, AR filters, shopping, payments, and whatnot. Now, the company’s other IM service, WhatsApp, seems to be catching up. It has collaborated with Any.do to let users create reminders and tasks via the messaging platform.
Apple has started buying aluminum made using a revolutionary, carbon emissions-free process from Elysis. Elysis is a joint venture between two of the world’s biggest aluminum suppliers. The consumer tech giant had announced its plans to use carbon-free aluminum last year in some of its future products.
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Starting from 2021, Apple is likely to ditch the Lightning connector on iPhones. The report note by famed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that the “highest-end model” in the 2021 iPhone lineup is expected to offer a “completely wireless experience.”
Patent Hints At Possibility Of Future Apple Watch Being Able To Help In Treating Parkinson’s Disease
Apple continues to push the boundaries of what’s possible with smartwatches and introduces new features to improve health tracking and medical features. A new patent filed by the company mentions how a wearable device might help in treating Parkinson’s disease. It can be done by continuously tracking a user’s movements using new sensors.