The upcoming release of iOS 13.5 includes a COVID-19 exposure logging system that is designed to protect user privacy. The system has been developed thanks to a previously announced partnership between Apple and Google, bringing anonymous exposure tracking to iOS and Android devices.
Apple has finally updated one of its most popular iPhones, the modestly priced iPhone SE. This special edition iPhone doesn't disappoint in its second generation. The iPhone SE packs the same processor as the iPhone 11 Pro with a starting price of $399. If that sounds hard to beat, read on to see what the 2020 iPhone SE has to offer.
Apple has made several of its original shows free to watch without an Apple TV+ subscription. Streaming content included in the offer can be seen under the "Free for Everyone" collection in the Apple TV app. To watch, you must be signed into the app with an Apple ID, but no purchase is required. Shows can also be watched on a web browser at tv.apple.com.
Hot on the heels of the recent iPad Pro refresh, the upcoming iPhone 12 Pro looks to have similar advanced imaging equipment on board. The picture above shows an iPhone 12 Pro support manual diagram (left) alongside the imaging cluster on the newest iPad Pro. Leaks have all but confirmed that the iPhone 12 Pro features a three-camera optical imaging system (7), with a fourth sensor devoted to LiDAR (8). Light Detection and Ranging has already come to the 2020 iPad Pro, promising to improve augmented reality (AR) and beyond.
Evidence continues to mount that Apple's next iPhone announcement will happen this month. The 2020 iPhone SE, otherwise known as the iPhone 9 or iPhone SE 2, will enter the market as Apple's next budget smartphone. With a lower cost, updated internal components, and a design similar to the iPhone 8, the upcoming iPhone could hit shelves as early as April 22nd. Reports indicate that Apple was planning a media event for late March, however with a global pandemic ongoing these plans have changed.