New HomeOS, iPhone 13, Bigger Battery, Excessive Battery Drain Complaints After iOS 14.6 Update, Intel Makes Fun of Playing Games on Mac, AirPods Pro 2 and AirPods 3 Release Dates and Other Exciting News in News on the Fringes

New System Named HomeOS, iPhone 13 with Bigger Battery, Battery Drain After iOS 14.6, Intel Makes Fun of Games on the Mac and Other News on the Fringes

Apple releases developer forum update before WWDC

Ahead of its second developer conference, which kicks off on June 7, Apple has updated its developer forum with several new features aimed at staying up to date on topics that developers care about. The forum serves as a place for developers to interact with each other and with Apple engineers regarding the new technologies and APIs introduced during the week.

Apple added the ability to post comments directly to questions to help provide context for an answer, the ability to subscribe to an RSS feed for specific hashtags, and see a tag description so developers are better able to choose the right one. Here is the full list of upcoming changes to the forum:

◉ Post comments on questions or answers to provide context or ask for clarification.

◉ Search for content via multiple hashtags.

◉ Add and manage favorite tags.

◉ Upload images to your question or answer to provide supporting visual details.

◉ Review the tag descriptions when selecting the tags for your question so you can quickly select the most appropriate tag.

◉ Subscribe to the RSS feed of the hashtags you're interested in.

◉ See your created and viewed content, favorite and trending hashtags on the newly designed homepage.

Sony brings PlayStation video game franchises to mobile by March 2022

Jim Ryan, president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, a Sony company, explained during an investor relations session that the company plans to launch its flagship franchises on non-console-based platforms such as mobile, encouraged by its "very successful" first steps into the computer game market.

Ryan presented research indicating that mobile games generated $121 billion worldwide in 2020, compared to $62 billion brought in by the console market and $42 billion from the PC gaming market, which indicates that the company will move into mobile gaming.

Sensor-Shift camera support is expected on all iPhone 13 . models

While the sensor shift optical image stabilization is currently limited to the iPhone 12 Pro Max, the feature will be expanded to all iPhone 13 models, and sources said, manufacturers have been told to raise production capacity by 30-40% to meet strong demand for hardware devices. iPhone. The technology mounts the camera sensor instead of the lens to achieve greater image stability and improved image quality.

Apple wearable device shipments growing, but losing market share to smaller competitors

Shipments of wearable devices continued to grow year-on-year in the first quarter of 2021, but the company lost overall market share to smaller competitors. The companies shipped a total of 104.6 million units in the first quarter of this year, up 34.4% from the 77.8 million units shipped at the same time last year. This is also the first time that first-quarter shipments have exceeded 100 million units worldwide.

While market leaders such as Apple and Samsung maintained their leadership during the quarter, most of the growth came from smaller companies such as BoAt.

Although Apple sold an additional five million wearable devices in the first quarter of 2021 and remained at the top of the market, it lost 3.5% of its total market share to competitors, most of which were much smaller.

Apple Watch 3 owners need to perform a restore when updating due to storage limitations

After iOS 14.6 and watchOS 7.5 updates, Apple Watch 3 owners who update their devices to a new version of watchOS are required to unpair and re-pair their Apple Watch from their iPhone during the update process due to an internal storage limitation of only 8GB, which limits From the amount of space available for software updates, Apple's solution to this problem is to reformat the watch, start over, and restore from a backup.

Apple will likely stop production of the Apple Watch 3, most likely when new Apple Watch models are launched later this year.

Apps are limited to a maximum of 5GB of RAM in iPadOS

Although Apple offers the iPad Pro M1 with 8GB and 16GB of RAM, developers are now indicating that apps are limited to just 5GB of RAM usage, regardless of which device the app is running on. .

iPad Pro comes with two different memory capacities; The 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB models feature 8GB of RAM, while the 1TB and 2TB models come with 16GB of storage. Even with the amount of RAM available on the iPad, developers are said to be severely restricted in the amount they can use on those memories. Which may lead to the crash of some applications such as the application of graphics and design Art studio Pro, as indicated by the developer. Such a matter will certainly be brought up at the next developer conference and there is no doubt that Apple always has solutions.

AirPods Pro 2 with fitness tracking launched in 2022 and AirPods 3 in Pro design this year

Apple is preparing to launch the third generation of AirPods this year, and plans to launch the second generation of AirPods Pro next year, according to leaker Gorman. The updated earbuds will come with a new case and feature shorter stems that resemble the design of the current AirPods Pro. And the second generation AirPods Pro for 2022, will have updated motion sensors and focus on fitness tracking.

It looks like Apple has tested a smaller, stemless design in the AirPods Pro‌. This stemless design is expected to appear in the new Beats Studio Buds headphones rumored to be launched next month. It was believed that Apple originally planned to launch the second generation of AirPods Pro in 2021, but for unclear reasons, the launch was postponed to 2022.

Jony Ive Co-Designed the M1 iMac

Despite leaving the company in 2019, former Apple chief design officer Jony Ive helped design the new 24-inch iMac. He left Apple to form his own independent design firm, and Apple would be one of his clients. During his tenure at Apple, Eve oversaw the development and design of revolutionary products, including the iPhone, iPad, iPod, MacBook, and iMac.

Apple confirmed that Ive did indeed work on the new iMac but stopped short of confirming or denying whether his own company, LoveFrom, helped Apple design the computer after he left the company.

Reports: Samsung starts producing a 120Hz screen for the upcoming iPhone 13 Pro modelsودي

Reports indicated that Samsung has started producing LTPO screens for the upcoming iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, which will support a high refresh rate of 120 Hz, while LG has started producing LTPS screens for lower models of the iPhone 2021 lineup. This started ahead of schedule, at Apple's request. Because of the global health crisis last year so as not to have a delay like what happened with the iPhone 12, which refers to the launch on the scheduled and standard launch date for the iPhone.

Intel claims that PCs offer 100% better gaming experience than Mac laptops

While announcing its latest new chips this week, Intel launched yet another assault on Macs, with a focus on the gaming experience, as it announced new 5th generation H-series laptop processors, which feature operating speeds of up to 6GHz, and Intel Wi-Fi 6 / 1080E, play XNUMXp games. After the announcement, the company took the opportunity to launch another criticism campaign against Apple and claimed that the supposedly poor gaming experience on Macs is what makes Intel-based Windows machines superior, and that most popular video games don't run on macOS. When using the emulator, a video showing 'Valheim' works poorly on Parallels on Mac.

Excessive battery drain after iOS 14.6 update

After the release of iOS and iPadOS 14.6, some users have complained that their devices have been experiencing excessive battery drain since installing the update.

After any iOS update, expect a normal battery drain in the following days due to the system re-indexing Spotlight and performing some background tasks.

iPhone 13 models may come with larger battery capacities

In a new rumor, shared on Twitter by the famous leaker L0vetodream, the battery capacity of the upcoming iPhone 13 series will be greater.

According to rumors, the iPhone 13 Pro Max will have a 4352 mAh battery, compared to the current 12 mAh iPhone 3687 Pro Max battery. The iPhone 13 and 13 Pro will come with a 3095 mAh battery, compared to 2815 mAh for the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro. The iPhone 13 mini will have a 2406-capacity battery, compared to 2227 for the iPhone Mini.

Don't be fooled by the low numbers of competitors because battery management and efficiency are due to the efficiency of the A-series chip and other components. The A15 chip, expected in the iPhone 13, will greatly improve energy efficiency.

Miscellaneous news

◉ Apple is collaborating with the University of Nevada, Reno to develop software that offers a shared learning platform and equal access to technology. As part of the Digital Wolf Pack initiative, all incoming new students attending college in fall 2021 will receive an iPad Air, an Apple Pencil, and an Apple Smart Keyboard Folio at no cost.

◉ According to a new rumor, Apple is preparing to launch AirPods Pro 2 with fitness tracking in 2022 and AirPods 3 with a Pro design this year according to Mark Gorman.

◉ In a new report that says that Apple has not yet started working on the second generation of AirPods Max, he said that the company only discussed releasing additional colors.

◉ Global Lighting Technologies, one of Apple's suppliers, will begin shipping keyboard-related components for the next generation of MacBook Pro models in the third quarter of 2021.

◉ Apple plans to adopt OLED screen technology in some iPad models next year, after adopting mini-LED screen technology in the latest version of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

◉ The Wall Street Journal revealed in its annual ranking of CEO pay, that Tim Cook earned $14.769.259 last year, just over the $13.4 million average salary for a CEO of a Standard & Poor's 500 or S&P stock company. 500. That is, the average wage of an Apple cook is $57783.

◉ More than 50% of iPhone 13 models will support 5G mmWave technology, in line with rumors that 5G mmWave will be supported in more regions.

◉ “homeOS” mentioned in Apple’s list of functions can be an operating system for the smart home supported by Apple.

This is not all the news that is on the sidelines, but we have brought you the most important of them, and it is not necessary for a non-specialist to occupy himself with every oddity and incidence,
There are more important things that you do in your life, do not let the devices distract you or distract you from your life and your duties, and know that technology is there to facilitate life and help you in it, and if it robs you of your life and preoccupies you, then there is no need for it.


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