Intel Tech, April 27

  • Apple created an account on Tiktok.

 it’s now official: Apple has joined TikTok. This does not seem to be a fake profile, as it’s been verified on the platform. HoweverApple has not actually shared any content on TikTok yet. And nobody knows when that might change. It has fewer than 2,000 followers now but that’s going to change very soon.

  • One plus 8 and 8 pro 

As for the Pop-up Box Edition of the OnePlus 8 Pro, it is priced at INR 60,999. And it is available in 12GB RAM + 256GB memory configuration and Onyx Black and Glacial Green color options. The Pop-up Box Edition of the OnePlus 8 offers the Cyan Bumper Case and the Nylon Bumper Case. the Pop-up Box Edition of these smartphones will offer you OnePlus Bullet Wireless Z earphones and two protective cases on top of the standard accessories, which include charger and charging/data cable.

  • Huawei App Gallery launches "Here Maps"

Back in January, it was reported that Huawei was partnering with TomTom for mapping and navigation services. In what can be termed a surprise, HERE WeGo (HERE Maps) is now available on its AppGallery store. Here WeGo is said to be the second-largest map service after Google Maps. Huawei now joins Amazon as the other big-name manufacturer that uses the mapping service for its products. Here WeGo allows users to download maps offline and provides a free voice-navigation too. Other features include the cost of public transport tickets and fares.

  • Apple Airpods pro upgrade

According to a report citing notable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the third-generation AirPods are likely to head to production in the first half of 2021 while the second-generation AirPods Pro are slated to go into mass production in the "fourth calendar quarter of 2021, or the first quarter of 2022."

  • Whatsapp adding ads soon

WhatsApp could start serving ads in the future, according to a media report. The new development comes soon after a report claimed that WhatsApp's parent company Facebook decided not to put ads on the instant messaging app, which has over 150 crore users worldwide. The Menlo Park, California-based company in 2018 announced that instead of showing ads on the platform directly, the company would leverage WhatsApp Status updates to serve paid content. Facebook would use phone numbers as the determiners to “match” Facebook and WhatsApp accounts and serve targeted ads to users. It would come into force once the company will complete the unification of its messaging platforms, namely Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram.

  • Whatsapp group call now supports 8 people

WhatsApp Messenger is confirmed to be doubling the number of participants allowed in the group calls. With this, WhatsApp group calls will now support up to 8 people, up from four right now. The change was first spotted in the recent beta version of WhatsApp Messenger on both Android and iPhone, and now Facebook, the parent company of WhatsApp, has officially announced the change and revealed the timeline of when the increased group call participants limit can be expected.

  • Android 11 developer preview 3 is here for Pixel smartphones 

Android 11 developer preview 3 dropped earlier this week as the latest and probably the last developer preview for the next version of Android. Google will most likely start rolling out beta versions beginning next month. The Android 11 developer preview 3 (DP3) is available on all supported Pixel smartphones and if you were running the developer preview 2, chances are you would have already gotten the over-the-air (OTA) update notification for DP3.
Here are some new features that DP3 brings in for you:

1. Larger previews in recent apps
2. New screenshot pop-up
3.Improved app permissions
4. Ethernet tethering
5. Ability to dismiss persistent notifications


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