This week’s top stories: iOS 13 changes, iPhone 11 dummy units, new emoji, and more


On this week’s prime tales: iPhone 11 dummy items, iOS 13 developer beta Four and public beta 3, MacBook Air SSD speeds, and extra. Learn on for all of this week’s greatest tales.

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Apple final week gave the Retina MacBook Air an replace, including True Tone and dropping the value by $100. This week, new particulars have emerged suggesting that the brand new MacBook Air additionally has a slower SSD in comparison with the 2018 mannequin. Testing shows that the 2019 MacBook Air can attain learn speeds of 1.Three GB/s learn and 1 GB/s write efficiency. The equal 256 GB SSD 2018 MacBook Air might prime 2 GB/s learn and round 0.9 GB/s write speeds

9to5Mac’s Jeff Benjamin went hands-on with iPhone 11 dummy items this week, providing our clearest look but on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R. The video provided a detailed up have a look at the brand new digicam bump, however some particulars nonetheless stay a thriller, such because the rumored “frosted glass” design. Watch the video here.

Apple this week released the third public beta of iOS 13 in addition to the fourth developer beta. These updates embody tweaks to the Residence display design, interface adjustments to Pictures and the Share Sheet, and extra. Learn our full roundup of all of the changes here.

In celebration of World Emoji Day, Apple has teased all of the new emoji coming to iOS this year. There are 59 new emoji coming to iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch this fall, together with new disability-themed choices, a serious replace to the “Holding Hands” emoji, and extra.

These and the remainder of this week’s prime tales under.

iOS | macOS | tvOS |

iPhone |

Mac + iPad |

High Apple tales, retail |

Apple Watch |

Apps |

Equipment |

Tech business |

High Apple tales, firm |

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This week’s prime movies |

9to5Mac Day by day |

Hearken to a recap of the highest tales of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Day by day is on the market on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or by way of our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and different podcast gamers.

9to5Mac Watch Time |

9to5Mac Watch Time is a model new seasonal podcast collection hosted by Zac Corridor. Over the following three months, we’ll speak to actual individuals about how the Apple Watch is affecting their lives.

Within the second episode of our new Watch Time podcast, my private health coach Jacob Knight and I speak about his position in serving to me discover new types of health with the Apple Watch, the advantages of beginning an train streak, his expertise with each shedding pounds and constructing muscle, and an unlikely marathon he ran in December with the Apple Watch.

9to5Mac Watch Time is now accessible on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, and your favourite podcast participant by way of RSS. Subscribe now to get pleasure from our teaser trailer and listen to new episodes as quickly as they drop — beginning subsequent week.

Comfortable Hour Podcast #234 |

This week Benjamin and Zac speak extra in regards to the up to date MacBook Air and MacBook Professional, information round Apple TV+ and the upcoming streaming video service, new emoji coming in iOS 13, the most recent iPhone 11 rumors, adjustments in iOS 13 beta 4, and way more.

9to5Mac Comfortable Hour is on the market on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneInGoogle Play Music, or by way of our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and different podcast gamers.

Stacktrace Podcast #45 |

Learn how to determine when to chop a characteristic from a mission, what might the refreshed MacBook lineup inform us about the way forward for Apple’s laptops, and the way is the present state of Apple’s betas affecting third celebration builders? Additionally, why on Earth did Rambo purchase a 2008 MacBook?!

Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is on the market on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app or by way of our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and different podcast gamers.

Apple @ Work |

Apple @ Work is a weekly collection from Bradley Chambers masking Apple in schooling. Bradley has been managing Apple units in an schooling setting since 2009. By way of his expertise deploying and managing 100s of Macs and 100s of iPads, Bradley will spotlight methods through which Apple’s merchandise work at scale, tales from the trenches of IT administration, and methods Apple might enhance its merchandise for college kids.

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