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José Adorno

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José is a Brazilian tech journalist and news reporter at 9to5Mac. Previously, José was a web content editor and a producer for the main TV broadcaster in Latin America, TV Globo.

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January 27

With iOS 15.4 beta 1 Apple is starting to test the ability to use Face ID while wearing a mask but without the need for an Apple Watch around. Not only that, but the company is also improving glasses support.

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Apple just released the first beta of tvOS 15.4 this Thursday. With that, the company is finally bringing a new feature to the Apple TV, which didn’t see anything major with the latest software update.

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A day after Apple released tvOS 15.3 and HomePod 15.3 to the public, the company is now seeding the first beta of tvOS 15.4 and HomePod 15.4 to developers.

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Meta announces that Facebook Messenger end-to-end encrypted chats and calls have even more features. Available for the past eight years, users had to choose between E2EE and having all functions available on a chat, but not anymore.

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As Apple mainly relies on Samsung and LG to manufacture its OLED panels for the iPhone, another Chinese factory wants a piece of Cupertino’s company money. As reported by The Elec, “Chinese display maker CSOT has formed a team to evaluate its production line in a bid to supply OLED panels to Apple for iPhones.”

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January 26

Apple plans to replace its 27-inch iMac with a new model featuring its own silicon. As rumors point out that the company will likely unveil this new generation in 2022, here’s everything we know so far about the product.

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Six weeks after its major software updates, Apple is now releasing tvOS 15.3 and HomePod 15.3 to all users. With these versions, the company is enabling multi-user voice recognition in more countries to its smart speakers.

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Rumors about Apple offering an eSIM only iPhone aren’t new. For the iPhone 14, leakers have reported that the company is planning to remove another physical port of the product, but an analyst believes Apple will offer two different versions of the iPhone 14 to address potential issues.

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Apple just announced a new Black Unity collection for the Apple Watch as part of Black History Month in February. With that, the company released a new watch face called Unity Lights. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Apple will announce its Q1 2022 earning reports this Thursday. Multiple analysts suggest that the company will present strong earnings despite supply constraints. Reuters says Apple was “buoyed by strong iPhone 13 sales globally, sales in China, and continued growth in Mac shipments,” according to several analysts. With that, the company is likely to announce it had a great quarter.

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January 25

Twitter launched a while ago its Super Follows feature, which grants users the ability to subscribe to a creator’s page, interact, and watch exclusive content. Now, the company confirmed its plans to expand the benefits of being a super follower.

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Fifteen years ago, Apple announced the original iPhone. The concept of apps wasn’t clear at the time, and many people thought they were better off jailbreaking their new smartphones to unlock their potential. When the App Store launched, a developer created iBeer, a way to drink alcohol from your iPhone without getting the hangover. Here’s the story about the success and forgetfulness of the app.

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This time it’s official. After a bank in Chile spoiled the news of Apple Pay’s arrival in the country before Apple was ready to announce, the Cupertino company is now teasing the launch of the service in one more South American country.

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January 24

WhatsApp for iOS has just been updated to version 22.2.75. With that, many features being tested for a few months are now rolling out to the public version of the app.

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While Apple was able to meet the demand for its polishing cloth after weeks of shortages, we can’t say the same about all other products it launched in the past few months. As the company plans to report its Q1 2022 earnings this Thursday, Apple still has to catch up on manufacturing its products before launching new ones in the coming months.

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There’s another display supplier that wants to compete with Samsung and LG for the production of OLED panels for the iPhone 15 Pro, The Elec reports. According to the story, Chinese display giant BOE, which already supplied 6.06-inch OLED panels for lower-tier iPhones, has set a target to manufacture OLED panels for the 2023 iPhone Pro.

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January 23

In the latest edition of the Power On newsletter, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman reports that Apple has lost another manager from its Project Titan self-driving car team. This is only the latest departure in what has been a revolving door environment for Apple.

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Several users are reporting a random pink screen problem when using the iPhone 13, making it impossible to use the phone without restarting it. In an Apple discussion forum, a user posted in October that their iPhone 13 Pro screen turned itself pink and randomly started crashing.

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WhatsApp plans to bring two-step verification to desktop and web versions

With WhatsApp readying the ability to migrate chat history from Android phones to iOS, the app is also in the works to improve its desktop and web versions with another major update.

January 22

Apple is rumored to be planning a Spring event in the coming months with a new iPhone SE, new iPad Air, and more. What are you most excited to see at this keynote?

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