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wwdc: explore all news from the virtual keynote

Although this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference was a little different amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Tim Cook, Craig Federighi, and Friends still managed to lift the lid on a whole host of new innovations for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS - and confirmed the long-awaited transition from Intel to Apple-powered chips for its iMacs and MacBooks. A VIRTUAL CONFERENCE The coronavirus pandemic has hit virtually every aspect of our lives, and WWDC is no exception. Back in March, Google canceled its own technology conference, I/O 2020 , and others followed suit - like Facebook and the Mobile World Congress. The direct loss of such events reached more than $1 billion for the tech giants , and though some have changed their strategy - including Sony, who announced PlayStation 5 during its own virtual…

ios 14: hands-on with the biggest new features

Refusing to let COVID-19 impact its release schedule, Apple took to its virtual WWDC stage at the end of June to show off the latest version of its iOS and iPadOS operating systems, set for release this fall. Craig Federighi introduced a bunch of new game-changing features, including a redesigned home screen, overhauled Siri, and tonnes of long-awaited UI tweaks. Let’s get hands-on with the beta version of the new software and see what’s really changed. SAY HELLO TO YOUR NEW HOME SCREEN Though perhaps not offering the customization options of rival operating systems, Apple took a leaf out of Android’s book with iOS 14, introducing a new design for the Home Screen for the first time in the history of iOS. Thanks to the introduction of new widgets and the ability…

console battle: ps5 and xbox series x fighting to be christmas #1

With the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 launching this month, it’s never been a more exciting time to be a gamer. In today’s COVID climate, these next-gen consoles open up new worlds and experiences that take players on immersive adventures away from reality. But deciding whether to pledge your allegiance to Sony or Microsoft is their first challenge… THE GREAT CONSOLE BATTLE As is now tradition, Microsoft and Sony have married the release dates of their latest gaming consoles, giving consumers the ultimate dilemma. Though some prefer to wait it out and see which console performs best in benchmark tests and attracts the right titles, this year is a little bit different: there’s a long, uncomfortable winter to come as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, and the idea of a new…

2020: a monumentous year for apple

Whatever your background, there’s no denying that 2020 has been a challenging year for us all. COVID-19 has impacted virtually every aspect of our lives, yet for Apple, it’s been a year of monumental growth, cementing the company’s market dominance. At a time when we needed our devices more than ever to stay connected, Apple stepped up to the plate with new hardware and software. In this special edition, we look back at its biggest year to date… A CHANGE OF APPROACH Although Apple typically kicks off the year with a host of product announcements, this year the company was forced to take a different approach. As concern over the coronavirus grew, Apple made the decision to close all of its retail stores in the US and around the world, at the…

iphone 12: pushing further than ever before

Despite a month-long delay due to COVID-19 supply chain issues, the virtual announcement of this year’s iPhone range did not disappoint. Following months of leaks, rumors, and speculation, Apple finally introduced 5G to its iPhone range, alongside a boatload of features like a stunning new design, OLED displays, A14 Bionic chips, and MagSafe accessories. INTRODUCING iPHONE 12 Following the announcement of a new HomePod mini, designed to appease price-conscious consumers and tap into Google and Amazon’s budget smart speaker market, Apple was quick off the mark with the announcement of the iPhone 12. For months, we’ve heard from insiders regarding the specifications of this year’s device, and virtually all of their predictions and insights were correct. Sporting an all-new design that is inspired by the iPad Pro and the iPhone 4, the…

time flies: series 6 and se take apple watch to new heights

Apple’s annual Fall Event felt a little different this year. For starters, it was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with no cheers or applause to be heard. But the biggie? No new iPhones. The company already confirmed that the iPhone 12 will launch in October, but in the meantime, Tim Cook and Co used the keynote to show off the all-new Apple Watch Series 6, a low-cost Apple Watch SE, and a bunch of family-focused Watch improvements. BREAKTHROUGH CAPABILITIES ON THE APPLE WATCH SERIES 6 The star of the show at this year’s September Special Event was, without doubt, the Apple Watch Series 6. Putting health at the forefront of this release, Apple confirmed the rumored blood oxygen levels monitoring feature, helping users better understand their overall health and fitness…