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All new features of iOS 13

Apple announced lots of new iPhone features focusing on privacy and organization, as it's about to release coming September.
Here is everything new in iOS 13:A system wide Dark Mode.Keyboard swipe typing.Change text size and adjust preferences for specific websites.You will also get things like favorites and collections to group routes and frequently used searches, while Look-around is an Apple version of Google’s Street View.The Photos app will let you easily edit your snaps within the app.You will be able to share location just once if you want, and the app will have to ask you for permission to share.A great new feature is developers’ ability to build in a Sign in with Apple option into their apps. The company has announced that it will allow all of its users to watch all of the ICC World Cup 2019 matches live and free of cost.The company has partnered with Hotstar for that. Users will also be able to play a mini-game, dubbed Jio Cricket Play Along on the MyJio app and try to wi…

Apple fans got real information about MacBook Air 2018

Readers rate and review the latest air rates from the keyboard to the processor.
When Apple released the latest version of MacBook Air in October, Angaget's editor-in-chief Dana Wollman torn in their review.  On one hand, Air was a long-awaited refresh, which many Apple fans were looking forward to.  On the other hand, popular laptops were only $ 100 cheaper than the entry-level MacBook Pro, while many similar features were also included.  In addition to touchID and a sharp retina display, what was done for the port's minimum selection and relatively low power processor?  It depends on your preferences, and Dana Air is finished giving a friendly favorable score of 84.  Readers were more important;  The Air earned an average score of 75 on our user review page.


One of the features that affected Dana and our readers most, was 2,560 x 1,600 screen improvements.  Dana said the exhibition is more lively despite the occasional glow of glossy finish.  Various e-readers agree…

Apple updated top-end MacBook Pro with tweak keyboard and faster processor

8-core processors come in first for MacBook Pro
Apple is refreshing its top laptop by announcing new updated specs for its 15-inch and 13-inch MacBook Pro models.  It is rapidly bringing Intel processors and should reduce some minor changes to the keyboard that Apple calls.  (More on those people here)

The biggest changes are coming in a 15-inch model, in which Intel's 9th Gen Core processor is getting.  The base model now starts with a 2.6GHz, 6-core i7 processor, which can increase the turbo to 4.5GHz.  The next step-up model is getting a 2.3GHz, 8-core i9 processor - which is the first time on the MacBook - which can boost up to 4.8GHz.  And those of you who want the most power possible, Apple will offer a custom top configuration of an even more powerful 8-core i9 chip with a 2.4GHz base speed, which boosts up to 5.0GHz for Apple all the way  Can call "the fastest Mac notebook ever."

 Touch times-no love for the MacBook Pro yet

 The 13-inch touch-time model is refre…

iPhone 2019 models will have 12MP cameras front and back: Ming-Chi Koo

"IPhones 2019 have reportedly upgraded the camera as title makers for the year"

 Based on the information received from the supply and production chain by renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a new note has disclosed potential details about upcoming 2019 iPhones.  According to the report, the camera upgrade will be the biggest change to be present in this year's iPhones and a complete overall upgrade will be offered to release all the cameras of all three iPhones.

 According to the report, the iPhone X successor will reportedly get 12MP single-camera unit from 7MP front camera sensor, which uses the current generation device.  Backwards, the 2019 iPhone XS model will feature three cameras, which include a standard Wide-angle unit, an ultra-wide angle unit and a telephoto unit.  Obviously, the three cameras will have 12MP sensors made by Sony.  The successor of the iPhone XS Max, which is expected to have a 6.5-inch OLED display, is expected to maintain the exact camera…