iOS 14 brought loads of exciting additions and improvements to the iPhone. You can now add widgets right onto the Home screen, gain access to all installed apps via the new App Library, interact with a compact version of Siri, and more. Don’t forget to check the entire list of 100+ iOS 14 features here. That said, iOS 14 also provides numerous options, settings, and subtle tweaks that help enhance your iPhone experience. Let’s dig in and check out the best iOS 14 tips and tricks that you can start using right away.
Announced at WWDC 2020, watchOS 7 is the newest version of the operating system that runs on the Apple Watch. The new version of watchOS brings missing features such as sleep tracking and fresh additions like new complications, support for more workout types, cycling directions, improved Siri with language translation, and better privacy. In short, your existing Apple Watch is bound to get a makeover with new watch faces, features, and a bunch of tweaks.
At its first online-only WWDC event, Apple officially unveiled the next-generation Apple Watch operating system, watchOS 7. The new version of the watchOS brings notable improvements as well as much-awaited features to Apple’s wearable platform. Some of the new additions in watchOS 7 include customizable watch faces, new complications, sleep tracking support, cycling directions, more workout types, Siri improvements, and better privacy.
Apple’s ‘Time Flies’ Event Roundup: Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE, Fitness Plus, Apple One, iPad Air, and iPad 8
Apple has once again hosted a virtual-only event. At the ‘Time Flies’ event, the company announced Apple Watch 6, Apple Watch SE, new iPad Air, iPad 8, Apple One subscription bundle, and Fitness Plus service. Let us take a look a closer look at each of the announcement and the new features it has to offer.
Apple updated its events page last week to confirm that it is holding a virtual ‘Time Files’ event on September 15. It was widely expected that the company would be announcing the iPhone 12 lineup alongside the new Apple Watch but reports soon emerged that this is not going to be the case. So, what is Apple going to announce at its September 15th event? Read on to find out.
The Apple Watch lineup last received a major update in 2018 with the Apple Watch Series 4 featuring a 30 percent bigger display, thinner body, and ECG capability. The 2019 Series 5 refresh was a muted one, with the only update being the addition of an Always-On Display. For this year, Apple is expected to once again announce a major upgrade to the Apple Watch lineup at its event next week. Here’s a roundup of what the rumors tell us about the Apple Watch Series 6 will pack.
In early 2019, Apple announced the iPad Air 3 — four years after the iPad Air 2 was first released. The refresh took many by surprise and was purely an internal one that saw the iPad Air lineup getting a spec bump, a slightly bigger display, and that’s about it. Now, rumors about a major iPad Air refresh are circulating and there’s a strong possibility that Apple will announce it at its ‘Time Flies’ event next week. Before that though, here’s a quick roundup of what the rumors tell us about the iPad Air 4.
Back at WWDC 2020, Apple announced its plans to switch to its own custom Arm-based Apple Silicon chips inside its Macs. The company expects to complete the transition within two years. This led many people to wonder if Apple will drop support for Intel Macs in the foreseeable future. If you are in the market for a new Mac and are wondering if you should buy an Intel-based Mac or wait for Apple Silicon Macs, read below.
With the introduction of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, Apple didn’t leave Safari lagging behind the competition. In fact, the Cupertino-based tech giant took the browser a notch higher with a host of privacy-oriented additions, performance enhancements, and added functionalities. It’s a truly exciting upgrade that makes Safari significantly better than ever before — just don’t expect any changes to the aesthetics though. That said, let’s check out all the new features that made their way to Safari this year.