One more week in the Apple universe. This one in particular was not particularly moved, The calm before the storm iPhone, Apple Watch, and maybe new Macs in the fall. In any case, we talked about subjects as interesting as the Google invoice to Apple, the arrival of the public betas of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 or the Foundation series. And we still have a lot to tell, there is one more thing …
- We started in Engadget, where they explain to us in detail how Neeva works, the new search engine which, thanks to its cost of $ 5 per month, does not display ads or track users.
- We continue in Today at Apple, where they explain in detail how we can change the configuration of our Mac so that notifications appear longer or shorter on the screen. Very useful for keeping track of all warnings.
- From there we move on to Extra Life, where they offer us a curiosity of the first Play Stations: Why were the discs from the first PlayStation black and those from the PS2 were blue?
- Once again in Engadget we find the review of VAT changes in Osspres and they tell us why now we can not trust the price that appears on the web.
- In Genbeta, they talk about the big tech tax. The one who hopes to raise around 150,000 million dollars per year.
- And also in Genbeta they tell us about a Twitter account that posts images created by an AI if we give it a description of what we want to see.
- On the MacRumors YouTube channel, we found some first impressions of the Xbox Cloud on iPhone.
- And finally, we said goodbye to each other with a video from iJustine, who attended the opening of the awesome new Apple Store in Los Angeles.