WhatsApp drops support for the iPhone 5 and earlier, Microsoft accelerates the development of Windows ARM and easily erase your account in applications soon, and other exciting news for this week in the sidelines!

News on the sidelines: Week 19-26 of May

Microsoft gets more serious with Windows ARM

Microsoft has recently begun efforts to improve the Windows system for ARM processors such as those used in the new Apple computers, and one of the biggest problems with Windows ARM devices is the lack of good compatibility with most applications. So the company announced a new computer for developers that they can use to improve their applications to work with Windows ARM, as Apple did with the Mac mini developer kit (developer kit) in 2020 when the project was first announced.

Apple releases iOS 15.5.1 for TV and HomePods

This week, Apple released an update for Apple TVs and Home Boom to fix several bugs found in the latest update, including audio clips that stopped working themselves after a while.

Easily delete your account in apps soon

Apple announced a while ago a new policy to force application developers to allow users to delete their accounts completely from within the application and easily, but the application of the policy was postponed twice due to the developers needing more time, but Apple announced the final line to implement the policy, which is June 30 of this year 2022.

More WWDC 2022 wallpapers

If you are excited about the conference or just want to use beautiful images, you can download now from the WWDC 2022 conference. -this link-

Titanium devices from Apple soon?

Apple has registered a new patent related to the manufacture and design of the surfaces of its devices from titanium metal for the second time, so does Apple replace the glass with titanium or use it in the side edges only?

More Airpods Pro 2 Reports

The past period was full of reports regarding the new generation of Airpods Pro headphones from Apple, which is scheduled to be announced within months. USB-C.

You can't buy a Mac before August

With demand for Apple Macs soaring and global supply chain struggles wobbling, the latest news this week comes with delivery problems on all new Macs purchased, Apple screens and months of waiting times leading up to August.

WhatsApp drops support for iOS 10 and iOS 11

Meta Facebook decided this week to drop support for iPhone devices running any system prior to iOS 12, which means that many pre-iPhone 5s devices will become unusable for many people as WhatsApp is essential for social life and even commerce and business In many regions around the world and several Arab countries.

More Apple plans to exit China

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Apple has informed its parts factories of its intention to diversify their supply lines further out of China, and after already making steps to make hardware in India, the next steps come with further expansion in India and Vietnam.

Problem with FaceTime and i-Message with eSim

Several users this week have complained about problems with i-Message and FaceTime running on devices with numbers with virtual E-Sims, and the service works fine with physical SIMs.

Have you encountered a similar problem?

BOE may lose all iPhone 14 orders

Apple has contracted with BOE for screens as part of its efforts to diversify its suppliers and move away from LG and Samsung who dominate the market, but it seems that there are problems that may lead to BOE losing the contract for the iPhone 14 in full, as there are reports that the company has “cheated” in the specifications of the screens after The inability to adhere to Apple's specifications in technical tests, so the company reduced the specifications of the screens made without informing Apple.

It is noteworthy that Apple’s specifications are so severe that Samsung, the most advanced OLED screen manufacturer in the world, has reached only 60% of the screens produced at any time, with valid units matching Apple’s specifications.

iOS 15.6 Public Test

A few days after the release of iOS 15.5, Apple announced iOS 15.6 for public testing to all participants in the beta program of the system, and Apple did not announce any important features or changes in iOS 15.5, so let us know in the comments if you find anything new.

Tim Cook is among the 100 most influential people

The list of the 100 most influential people in the world is released annually by the famous TIME magazine, and this year Tim Cook took a place in the list for the Titans category, that is, business leaders.

The iPhone 14 front camera costs Apple 3 times its old price

As part of Apple's plans to develop the front camera for its phones, the company is trying to buy new parts from LG with higher quality and the ability to auto focus, but this step will not come for free as it is expected that these new cameras will cost three times the price of the old ones. Do you think Apple increases the prices of the iPhone because of this, or does it keep the price?

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This is not all the news on the sidelines, but we came to you with the most important of them, and it is not necessary for a non-specialist to occupy himself with all the wandering and incoming, there are more important things that you do in your life, so do not make devices distract you or distract you from your life and your duties, and know that technology is there to make life easier for you And help you, and if I robbed you of your life and preoccupied you with it, then there is no need for it.


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