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iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 Released September 20

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Apple today officially announced that it will release the iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 operating systems to the general public on Monday, September 20. The update includes several new features and changes such as FaceTime updates, new notification changes, and so on.

Although not mentioned during today’s event, the release date was revealed by Apple’s iPhone 13 press release.

iOS 15 is supported by all iPhone and iPod touch models running iOS 14:

  • iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE (1st generation)
  • iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
  • iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone XS and XS Max
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
  • iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12
  • iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone SE (2nd generation)
  • iPod touch (7th generation)

While some features, such as SharePlay, will be missing in the first version of iOS 15, it has many notable new features. One of the most notable changes – Focus – allows you to set your own preferences for notifications and home screens.

Another new feature in iOS 15 is the all-new Weather app, which lets you view weather maps in full screen with rainfall, air quality, and temperature. The Weather app design is now also customizable to display the most important weather information for that location, and includes new map modules, an updated 10-day forecast, and new weather graphs.

iOS 15 also includes an all-new Safari design, which underwent several changes during the beta period. “The streamlined tab bar takes up less space on the page and floats slightly above the bottom of the screen for easier access. The bar slides to the side when scrolling and reappears when pressed, ”explains Apple.

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Launch of the tiny Logitech MX Keys Mini keyboard with Windows, Android, ChromeOS, Linux, iOS and iPadOS support

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Logitech introduced the MX Keys Mini wireless keyboard, which is a smaller version of the keyboard.

The MX Keys Mini does not include a numeric keypad or other full-size keyboard benefits, but retains the Perfect Stroke system, which combines non-mechanical switches with raised keys to improve typing accuracy. There are even a few new features not found on the large keyboard, including a dictation key for Mac and Windows PCs, a microphone mute switch, and an emoji key.

MX Keys Mini also supports Android, ChromeOS, Linux, iOS and iPadOS via Bluetooth or USB receiver with up to three devices pairing. Charging is carried out via the USB-C connector.

The MX Keys Mini is available for $ 100 in charcoal gray, pink and silver.

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Old Google Chrome extensions will stop working. At the beginning of 2023, the browser completely switches to the Manifest V3 platform

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Google has decided to improve the situation with extensions for the Chrome browser. To do this, the company previously introduced Manifest V3 – a new platform for extensions.

As it became known, the existing extensions created on the Manifest V2 platform will work for a little over a year. On January 17, 2022, developers will no longer be able to post new Manifest V2 extensions to the Chrome app store, and in January 2023, such extensions will simply stop working. That is, the year of expansion on the Manifest V2 and V3 platforms will exist in parallel. At the same time, old extensions will not work, even if you install them from a third-party source.

One of the problems that developers initially faced with the appearance of Manifest V3 was the new Declarative Net Request API. The bottom line is that almost all ad blockers rely on the Web Request API and cannot work with the new set of tools. However, Google has already listened to the public with a number of changes.

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Redmi Note 8 received improved MIUI 12.5 ahead of schedule

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In mid-September, Xiaomi announced that the release of the improved MIUI 12.5 for second wave smartphones would begin on October 8th. The list of models to be updated to MIUI 12.5 Enhanced included Redmi Note 8. However, this model has already received an improved MIUI 12.5 – 10 days ahead of the promised date.

Redmi Note 8 received improved MIUI 12.5 ahead of schedule

Redmi Note 8 received improved MIUI 12.5 ahead of schedule

Redmi Note 8 received improved MIUI 12.5 ahead of schedule

Twitter users are already sharing images of Redmi Note 8 with MIUI 12.5 Enhanced stable installed. It brought with it all the standard firmware improvements, as well as the September Android security updates and the memory expansion function – in this particular model, the RAM can be increased due to a 1 GB virtual partition created in flash memory.

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