Apple is rumored to launch a Hi-Fi music streaming tier of Apple Music later this week on May 18. Ahead of that, the company seems to be hinting at the tier’s impending launch through its Music app.
Apple’s M1-based Macs are really, really fast. The performance of M1 Macs will keep on improving as more and more apps are optimized for Apple Silicon. However, one of the downsides of using an M1 Mac is that they do not support Bootcamp, meaning you cannot install and dual-boot Windows on it. Thankfully, there’s a way via which you can install Windows 10 on your M1 MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, or the iMac.
According to a new report published by Sensor Tower, WhatsApp downloads dropped by 43% year on year. In the same period, WhatsApp rivals Telegram and Signal saw a growth of nearly 1200%.
With WWDC 2021 less than a month away, now is the ideal time to look at all the potential new features that Apple could debut in iOS 15. Last year’s iOS 14 was a major release that added a number of new features, including widget support for the home screen. With iOS 15 this year, the expectations are even higher. Thanks to leaks, we have a fair idea of what new features to expect from iOS 15. Below is a roundup of all the confirmed iOS 15 features based on leaks.
Snapchat has begun complying with iOS 14.5’s App Tracking Transparency as the company has rolled out a new ‘educational’ screen asking users to allow app tracking to reduce ‘irrelevant and repetitive’ ads.
Twitter is reportedly working on the ‘Twitter Blue’ subscription. The new Twitter Blue subscription would include features like undo send tweet and collections, and is said to be priced at $2.99 per month.
Following iMac Pro’s discontinuation last month, Apple has discontinued Space Gray accessories for Mac. The company now lists accessories like Magic Trackpad, Magic Mouse 2 as only available “While supplies last.”
Instagram is reportedly working on the ability to create a post directly from its desktop website. The new feature is currently being ‘internally tested’ and not available for all the users, however, a few pictures have surfaced on the web that showcase how creating posts directly from desktop web browsers would look like.
A recent study by Heart Rhythm Journal indicated that the MagSafe charger on iPhone 12 could interfere with pacemakers. Apple assured that the iPhone 12 “doesn’t pose a greater risk of magnetic interference than prior models.” Now US Food and Drug Administration has issued an update to clear any misconceptions.