Here's all the Apple news you should have read this week. While betas will likely be made available to developers soon after the keynote, it will be released to the public later this year, likely alongside the release of the 2020 iPhone lineup.
The iPhone maker is expected to debut its iOS 14 operating system update on Monday during the WWDC 2020 event. It just released a Mac version (first spotted by The Verge) of its normally iPhone- and iPad-focused Apple Developer app to provide news, developer stories and educational videos from the same system you're using to write your apps.
For iPadOS 13 the percentage is even higher and it is present on 93% of the tablets presented in the last four years.
If Apple actually chose to introduce iPhoneOS 14, it'll happen next week. For many years, iPhone and iPad both ran iOS. "The update will also include upgradation in 'Find My app" with sound and vibration cues to help users find their lost Apple devices. This could mean replacing Safari with Chrome and Mail with Outlook.
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According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, private hospitals can not overcharge COVID-19 patients for their hospitalization. A proposal to ensure that private hospitals provide 60 per cent of their Covid beds at low rates was also discussed.
For its smart speaker, HomePod, rumours suggest that Apple may be easing up on default applications might also bring benefits here, like enabling third-party applications like Spotify to work on the smart speaker through Apple's Siri voice assistant, according to Bloomberg.
With iPadOS 14, Apple is expected to address these complaints with new keyboard shortcuts to replicate the missing Function keys found on all of its MacBook keyboards. Apart from new watch faces, watchOS 7 will introduce a new Kids Mode. Messages may also get updated with a slew of new features. The Apple Watch will have more capabilities such as tracking oxygen intake, sleep sensors, among others. After transitioning from its PowerPC architecture, Apple first began using Intel chips in its systems in 2006.