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iPhone 12 Could Ship With New Braided USB-C to Lightning Cable

Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 models could ship with a new Lightning to USB-C cable that includes a braided fabric design, according to leaked photos from ChargerLAB that surfaced on Weibo today (via Twitter users DuanRui and L0vetodream). The photos depict a USB-C to Lightning cable that has a braided design …

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons — Terraforming guide

Animal Crossing New Horizons Terraforming

If you watched the ads and promotion for Animal Crossing: New Horizons from Nintendo, you might know that at some point in the game, you’re able to terraform your island paradise. Create rivers, ponds, and cliffs, laying down custom paths, and more! But though the feature looks cool (and is), …

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How to Use Widgets in iOS 14

In iOS 14, Apple made some dramatic changes to the Home Screen of iPhone. In particular, it introduced the concept of Home Screen widgets, which are similar to the widgets available on Android phones. Previously, use of widgets was limited to the Today View, which can be accessed by swiping …

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iOS 14 Beta Release Date and Features

iOS 14 Beta Release Date. For Apple lovers with experience, the release date of the new version of the OS will not be news. iOS 14 beta 3 will be released in July 21 . It will be possible to update automatically, as usual, or through “Settings” – “Basic” – “About this …

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New EU regulations target App Store, empowering developers

New EU measures seeking to defend developers and publishers from storefronts came into force this week, in a move that the EU hopes will help restore some balance in the relationship between app developers, publishers and storefronts. As reported by MCV/DEVELOP: New EU regulation came into play at the start …

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Best Adventure Games on Apple Arcade in 2020

Source: Luke Filipowicz / iMore Adventure games are a staple in the gaming world because they allow us to escape our mortal world and be transport to a different world or even different time. Classic point-and-click adventures are some of the oldest games around, and more modern adventure games often …

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White House, Apple, and Others Launch ‘Find Something New’ Website to Promote Wide Array of Career Paths

The White House’s American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, the Ad Council, Apple, and others have partnered on a new “Find Something New” website that highlights the various paths towards a career beyond a four-year college degree, including apprenticeships, certification courses, online learning, an associate’s degree, trades training, and more. “Now …

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