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News on the margin week 10 - November 16

The return of the feature of switching watch faces by dragging, the announcement of the first wireless chargers with the Qi2 standard, 5G download on the iPhone 15 that is 54% better compared to the iPhone 14, an artificial intelligence-powered pin worth $700, and side loading on the iPhone soon. Announcing the finalists for the 2023 App Store Award.


News on the sidelines week July 28 - August 3

Apple does not plan to release the third generation of the Apple Watch SE this year, the iPad with thinner edges like the iPhone 15, and Apple requires developers to describe why their applications use certain software tools, and Apple approves the X icon for Twitter in the Apple App Store, and the launch of i- iPad Mini 7 this year, and the Apple Watch Ultra 2.


News on the sidelines for the week of July 7-13

Apple updates TestFlight app to support Apple Glass apps, iOS 17 public beta rollout, Apple UAE 'Back to School' demo, Siri support for Hindi-English language mix, new screenshot and SIM feature in iOS 17 update, accusations between Twitter and dead because of Thread, iPhone 15 Pro in blue.


The emergency feature via satellite in the iPhone 14 rescues trapped students

A group of students who had gone kayaking in Utah were rescued when they got trapped in an area with no cell service, thanks to the emergency SOS feature via satellite on the iPhone 14. This feature, which was introduced in September last year, allows users to iPhone 14 to take advantage of satellite communications to get help during emergencies.


News on the margins for the week of April 7-13

Apple may produce a new iPhone SE with a 5G modem similar to the iPhone 14, Apple opens new stores in India, a book by Steve Jobs, Adobe adds artificial intelligence to its applications, and other exciting news in a news article on the sidelines…


News on the sidelines for the week of March 24 - 30

The US Drug Enforcement Administration uses AirTag instead of GPS to track a drug dealer, releases iOS 15.7.4 update for old iPhones, Apple tries mixed reality glasses, and iPhone 15 without a SIM card in this country, and Apple acquires WaveOne, and the return of talk about AirPower charging dock


News on the sidelines for the week of March 3 - 9

Apple is working on fingerprint technology under the screen, Samsung manufactures its own processors similar to Apple Silicon, WhatsApp prefers to leave the United Kingdom in order not to weaken encryption, the Microsoft Outlook application is completely free, and the emergency feature is made available via satellite in new countries,