With iOS 12.4 or later, there’s a new iPhone setup option. You can now perform a local iPhone data migration when setting up your new iPhone.
As part of Quick Start, you can now Transfer Your Data directly, without requiring to use iCloud or an iTunes backup. The iPhone defaults to using local WiFi, but you can transfer wired using the USB3 Camera Adapter and a Lightning cable.
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We’ve already extolled our excitement over CarPlay changes coming in iOS 13. But now that the beta seasons is well under way, we’ve had the chance to go fully hands on. After taking it on a road trip, using it while commuting, and exploring the new features, this is our hands on look at CarPlay in iOS 13.
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The “Voice Tech 2019” report from investment firm Mangrove anticipates a greater shift into voice-based computing over the next decade, with the use of systems that rely on AI and machine learning, as well as voice recognition likely to spawn a “new generation of technology companies in every category.”
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As we know, Apple Card is expected to be released in Europe and Hong Kong. Now a report from The Star says that the same continues for Canada which could point to a 2020 spring or summer Apple Card launch.
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There has been a steady stream of reports suggesting that the 2020 iPhones will use 5nm chips, and a statement by A-series chipmaker TSMC provides further support for the idea.
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Apple has released today the new developer beta 4 for iOS, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13 and watchOS 6. Read what’s new on today’s update.
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Tomorrow marks World Emoji Day, and Apple is getting a head start on the festivities by detailing 59 new iOS emoji coming later this year. Apple says the new emoji characters will be available on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch this fall.
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The Retina MacBook Air was refreshed last week with a new price and the addition of a True Tone display. The refresh was minor, with the same CPUs as 2018, but a $100 cheaper price point: the 2019 MacBook Air starts at $1099 from Apple, with $999 student pricing.
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iOS 13 is still in beta and therefore bugs are to be expected, but a recently-discovered security vulnerability in the operating system is especially worth noting. This iOS 13 bug makes it easy for someone to gain access to the “Website & App Passwords” data in Settings.
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Apple has reversed course on its ban of parental control app OurPact, allowing the ousted software to return to the App Store in its original form and without any limitations or restrictions. The move marks an end to a months-long dispute between Apple and a variety of parental control companies affected by Apple’s restrictions.
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