Yesterday, Apple has released macOS Mojave 10.14.4 with support for Apple News+ which is new subscription service which extends the Apple News experience with hundreds of magazines and premium newspapers, Dark Mode for websites to support custom color schemes, AirPod 2, and much more.
Today, Apple released iOS 12.2 which is the second major update to the iOS 12 operating system that first launched in September 2018. Let’s discussing about what’s included? Apple News+ is the new subscription service, allowing Apple News subscribers unlimited access to news and magazines for a monthly fee. For Canadians, iOS 12.2, it’s definitely coming to Canada for the first time and of course for the UK, and Australia. Canadians are welcome to access news in either French or English.
The Wall Street Journal plans to join Apple’s subscription service which Apple’s reportedly preparing a news service and announces it on Monday according to The New York Times. Other publications like the Washington Post and The New York Times itself are not on same board with Apple due to the revenue split issue. Apple has been working with various publishers to offer a news and magazine service through its Apple News app since.
Facebook recently added new feature called message replies and it allows users to reply specifically to one message without filling up the full message thread. Here’s how it works, when you see one message as you wish to reply on, simply long-press on a message and tap the new reply icon. From there, your response will be sent and directly attached to the original message. You also can do that with GIFs, videos, images, and emoji too. It’s kind of easier to keep track of who’s messaging to who in a busy group chat.
Some rumors show that it’s possible for next generation iPhone to have triple lens camera for this fall 2019. That model is now believed to be only for the next generation of the iPhone XS Max.