The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off on Sunday, November 20 in Qatar. As usual there are several ways to tune in to matches. Cable subscribers can access live World Cup soccer games on their devices by signing in to the FOX Sports: Watch Live app. For those without FOX or FS1 station access from a cable provider, there are several streaming services that fit the bill.
Live Text offers a variety of character recognition features directly in the iPhone camera. Since its launch with iOS 15, Apple has continued to add functionality to Live Text. The feature works by scanning for letters and words in the Camera app. It can also be used directly on images in Photos.
Now converting between currencies can be done with Live Text. Much like other Live Text tricks, converting currency can be done from a photo on your device, or directly in the live preview of the Camera app.
Follow these steps to get a real-time currency exchange rate on iPhone:
My Sports brings all of your favorite teams, players, and drivers together in one place. This Apple feature was launched initially in Australia, Canada, the US, and UK with iOS 16. Once My Sports is configured, it delivers all of the latest news, schedules, and scores for your favorites to apps across the Apple ecosystem.
Voice Control makes it possible to perform various functions on iPhone with just voice commands. Unlocking the iPhone and revealing the Home Screen is one of the functions supported by Voice Control. Once enabled, you can invoke Face ID or enter a passcode to unlock your device just by speaking.
Some iPhone owners were surprised when using the Always-On display found on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Not only does the entire screen stay on, but widgets and the time are displayed in front of a color background. Apple has taken precautions to preserve battery life, despite the default Always-On settings.