It’s September, which means that it’s one of the busiest months Apple has. This time around the company hosted an event it called “Gather Round”, in which it unveiled a new lineup of iPhones, a new smartwatch, and more.
Apple’s ‘Gather Round’ Event Wrap-Up: iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone XR, Apple Watch Series 4, and More
Apple initially announced its newest update for its desktop operating system back in June at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Now, months later, we finally have a public release date.
Favicons have been a part of the browsing experience for more than a decade now. They’re those little icons for the website you’re visiting. You’ll find them in the tab bar up top. If you use Chrome on your Mac, Favicons is how you tell which site you’re on. While browsers like Chrome and Firefox embrace Favicons, Safari doesn’t. Safari on macOS has a property implementation of favicons while iOS lacked support altogether.
Back in June, Apple officially unveiled its next big update for its desktop operating system, taking the wraps off macOS 10.14 Mojave for the world to see.
Apple Removes FaceTime Group Calls from Latest iOS 12 and macOS Mojave Betas; Feature Will Launch ‘Later This Fall’
When Apple introduced iOS 12 earlier this year, it did so with one of the major feature additions being the ability to connect with up to 32 different people in a single FaceTime video call.