Apple released a bunch of new software updates last week. We also tested the new Apple Watch extensively. This is the top iPhone news from last week.
Read on after the announcement.
macOS Monterey is finally available for download
Apple announced Mac OS Monterey In June, but as of last week, you can finally download the new Mac software. Monterey succeeded Big Sur and is clearly building on that foundation.
For example, the design of macOS remains almost the same, but you can start with all kinds of new functions. For example, consider AirPlay. SharePlay is also coming to the Mac later this year, a feature you know from iOS 15.
→ That’s how you can Download macOS Monterey
→ And these are Coolest Features of macOS Monterey
Also new: iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1
Speaking of iOS 15, Apple also released an update for the iPhone last week. iOS 15.1 introduces a SharePlay feature, among other things, with which you can enjoy the same content with friends.
SharePlay in FaceTime. For example, if you are listening to Apple Music, you can share this song with friends via SharePlay. Then they both listen (simultaneously) to the same song. Apple is also releasing iPadOS 15.1 at the same time.
→ This is what you want to know about him iOS 15.1 on iPadOS 15.1
Sadly: No more Apple event in 2021
In 2021, there will be no Apple event at which the company makes important product announcements. Here’s what Apple Insider Mark Gorman says: Bloomberg, which also reports on which Apple products we can expect to see in 2022.
Based on the sources, he knows that Apple will release a new MacBook Air in six to eight months. It has an all-new design and an M2 chip. When the new iPhone SE will be announced, Gurman doesn’t know.
→ No Apple event in November?
Apple Watch Series 7 review: Big screen, (very) small upgrade
from Apple Watch Series 7 A big upgrade, at least in the literal sense. The new Apple Watch has a bigger and brighter screen, but it offers a few extras. Is this the smartwatch you need?
You can read the answer to this question in our review. As far as we are concerned, it mainly depends on which smartwatch you have right now. The switch is especially alluring when you’re wearing a Series 3 or earlier model.
→ this is our Apple Watch Series 7 review
With iOS 15.2, iPhone gets four new features
Apple released the developer beta (beta) version of iOS 15.2 this week, so we already know what the next major update will be mid-term. iOS 15 Brings. There are four innovations in iOS 15.2.
You can start using privacy reports for apps, among other things. This lets you see how often they request your location, per app, for example. Moreover, iOS 15.2 also improves SOS emergency notifications. From then on, you can activate emergency services faster by pressing the side button five times.
→ This is amazing Features in iOS 15.2
Concept: This is what an Apple Watch with a notch looks like
The notch has been around for a while with the iPhone. Now the MacBook Pro has the signature offscreen too. Will the notch also find its way to the Apple Watch? At least in that sense, yes.
Pictures of the Meta smartwatch surfaced on Thursday, which has a notch with a built-in camera. news site 9to5Mac Reason to create a concept. What if Apple also brought the notch to the Apple Watch?
→ This is the method used by the file Apple Watch with external notch
Video of the week: Did you know that about AirPods 3?