The MagSafe Battery’s best feature is that it is a good MagSafe wireless charger. It’s also a decent battery — but only if you think of it as a small extender, one that trades longevity for size. Do I wish it had more capacity? Of course. I also wish it could have more capacity without getting any larger than it already is. I don’t begrudge physics and I get why Apple chose the size it did.
Apple recently launched MagSafe charger for iPhone 12. A new hack that helps you build a wireless magnetic charging stand for iPhone. All you need is an iPhone 12, MagSafe Battery pack and an iPhone dock.
While Apple had once said that older devices such as the iPhone XR and iPad Air 3 supported Spatial Audio in Apple Music, that appears to not be the case after all.
Apple does not provide specific details on which Android devices are able to support the Apple Music features, and suggests in a support document that Android users check with their device’s manufacturer.
“With features like fall detection, the Blood Oxygen app and workout tracking, the future of health is on your wrist,” reads the tagline for the video.
This accessory also adds convenience since it snaps right into place automatically. I like that it can be used with other accessories to create iPhone mounts; this makes the iPhone much easier to use while it charges, and it helps prevent the charger from falling off while you use the phone. Overall it adds convenience and versatility that you won't find in previous charging methods.
Both sleeves work in the same way: you first insert an AirTag into a snug circular pocket at the bottom and then slide the Siri Remote into the sleeve over the tag so they’re held tightly together.
This approach makes the remote thicker, but not enough to hamper usability. My thumb still easily reached most of the buttons.
The new version comes with the ability to automatically switch between custom UI layouts, includes a fun new feature to film your own weather reports to share with friends and family, and more.
According to iDOS developer Chaoji Li, he tried to submit an iDOS update with bug fixes to the App Store, but was told that the update was rejected because it violated the 2.5.2 App Store guideline that says apps cannot install or launch executable code.
I'm not sure how I feel, but I'm glad that the Toyko Olympics opening ceremony didn't try to hide the pandemic.
Stay safe, everybody.
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