The specs haven't changed, but Apple has moved closer to completing the rainbow with its iPhone 12 lineup. Both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini are now available in a "stunning" purple finish. Apple also launched a new MagSafe Leather Case, and a Leather Sleeve. Colors for these MagSafe accessories include Amethyst, Cantaloupe, Capri Blue, or Pistachio. Apple showed off the latest colorways at its "Spring Loaded" special media event.
Like many apps, Google Maps keeps a complete history of locations and addresses on your iPhone. In fact, the history includes searches, shared locations, and reviews. Google Maps makes it possible to remove history entries by time frame, by individual location, or wipe the entire history on record.
Just like you can delete location history from Apple Maps, Google Maps offers a similar function. Follow these steps to delete Google Maps history on iPhone:
Only days from now, Apple puts on its Spring Loaded special media event. Scheduled to kick off on April 20 at 1 PM Eastern time (10 AM Pacific), the event will be a pre-recorded video stream from Apple Park. The logo for the upcoming feature harkens back to the classic rainbow Apple logo, albeit with a twist. No official details have been released, but leaks and rumors point to an exciting show.
So what will Apple reveal in the coming days?
Non-fungible tokens or NFTs are going mainstream. Former Apple executive Geoff Osler has created the S!NG app to make minting NFTs quick and easy. Now anyone can mint an NFT directly on their iPhone for free. NFTs provide proof of ownership, recording the date of creation and verifying the owner's identity with permanent blockchain archival storage.
Trading a crypto asset before it arrives at major US exchanges takes a few extra steps. If you are not comfortable transferring crypto between an exchange and a software wallet, learn more elsewhere before trying this at home.