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We have known that Apple is planning on bringing a whole slate of new emoji to iOS in the near future since July. And it looks like the wait is almost over.
Well, technically the wait is officially over for folks who are trying out iOS 14.2’s latest beta. Apple seeded the second developer beta of the software earlier today, and it has been confirmed that it supports the newest emoji first revealed earlier this year. Apple showcased the new emoji as part of World Emoji Day back in July.
The most interesting part of today’s beta seed is that they include a first look at some of the new emoji that we didn’t get to see earlier this year. That includes the 55 gender and skin-tone variants for the people emoji. There are also new gender-inclusive emoji to choose from, as well as a black cat, people hugging, blueberries, a polar bear, a boomerang, and a ninja. Among many others.
This latest emoji release is part of the Emoji 13 pack, and there are quite a few new options. Even bubble tea is finally joining the emoji ranks.
The new emoji will make their public debut at some point later this year. Apple just seeded the second developer beta of iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2 earlier today, so we may still be a few weeks out before a public launch of the mobile operating systems.
How often do you use emoji?
Source link: https://www.idownloadblog.com/2020/09/29/ios-14-2-new-emoji-support/
Apple has seeded the latest beta of macOS 11 Big Sur, still preparing for the future public launch.
On Tuesday, Apple seeded the ninth beta of macOS 11 Big Sur to developers. As is par for the course, this prerelease software is meant for developers only. It is likely the new software won’t include any new major features, however, if there are any new additions discovered we will update this post accordingly.
macOS 11 Big Sur welcomes quite a few changes, including an upgraded Messages and Maps experience, brand new UI tweaks to bring it more in line with iOS in some areas, new icons, and much more. You can check out a few of the major new additions in the link below.
And if you want to make sure your Mac hardware supports the next major desktop operating system, here you go:
Developers can download and install the ninth beta of macOS 11 Big Sur from the Apple Developer Center. The software can also be downloaded and installed as an over-the-air update via the Software Update tool within System Preferences.
Apple will release macOS 11 Big Sur as a free upgrade to the public later this year.
How are you liking macOS 11 Big Sur so far? Excited for the changes?
Source link: https://www.idownloadblog.com/2020/09/29/macos-big-sur-dev-beta-9/
Dalgona , Tie a Necktie 3D Animated , Open Bar! and more
Dalgona ( $0.99 → Free ) KIM KYUNG MIN Dalgona prioritizes quality over quantity. It features a collection of nine filters, which are based on magazine photographs, movie brochures, and old albums from the 80s and 90s. Just tap to apply and tap to save to your camera roll.
Tie a Necktie 3D Animated ( $2.99 → Free ) Sergey Burlakov It walks you through how to tie 12 essential necktie knots and a bow tie knot. Each knot includes step-by-step instructions accompanied by 3D animations that can be replayed. The app also includes the ability to favorite knots and short text tips.
Open Bar! ( $2.99 → Free ) Gingear Studio Inc Open Bar will provide you with instant gratification. The moment you launch the app you’ll begin to appreciate its slick design and animations. The basic idea of the game is to drag and drop bars onto the board in order to create completed lines of the same color. The bars can be rotated with a tap, and merged when crossed over one another. Each puzzle can be completed in three moves or less, and you’re able to use a hint at any time in case you get stuck.
Source link: http://appadvice.com/apps-gone-free
Apple on Tuesday updated its iTunes Store with new deals on movies and other media. Among the discounts are Star Wars feature films down to just $10, hits like Sleepy Hollow and Braveheart under $10, and family bundles like the Back to the Future trilogy and Kung Fu Panda trilogy for under $20. Check out our full roundup below.
Star Wars films under $10
- Star Wars: A New Hope
- Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
- Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
- Shop the rest
Other hit films under $10
- Tropic Thunder
- Django Unchained
- A Night At the Roxbury
- What We Do In the Shadows
- Edward Scissorhands
- The Neverending Story
- Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
- King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
- The Mask of Zorro
- Sleepy Hollow
- Snow White & the Huntsman
Tarantino 5 movie collection $30
Family bundles under $20
- Back to the Future Trilogy
- Kung Fu Panda 3-movie collection
- LEGO 3 film collection
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1-3
- 5-film kids & family collection
- The Secret Life of Pets 2-pack
Source link: https://www.idownloadblog.com/2020/09/29/itunes-movie-deals-star-wars-films-10-family-bundles-under-20-and-much-more/
Apple is moving along with the beta software for its next major updates to iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS.
On Tuesday, Apple seeded the second betas of iOS 14.2, iPadOS 14.2, tvOS 14.2, and watchOS 7.1. The latest pre-release software is available to download from Apple’s Developer Center directly. It is also available to download as an over-the-air (OTA) update on properly registered devices.
As far as what’s new in this latest beta, that remains to be seen. However, now that it’s out in the wild, if there are any major new discoveries made we will update this post accordingly.
As for the first beta, which Apple seeded not too long ago, it did welcome a brand new feature. With iOS 14.2, Apple is welcoming Shazam as a built-in feature with the mobile operating system. There is a new Control Center option for Shazam that makes launching music recognition much easier. The feature can now even recognize music while you’re listening to it on your AirPods.
In addition to the change for Shazam, the Now Playing widget in Control Center has been redesigned and improved. In iOS 14.2, this widget will now show recently played music when you’re not currently listening to anything. AirPlay’s interface is tweaked in the new software as well.
The second developer betas of iOS 14.2, iPadOS 14.2, tvOS 14.2, and watchOS 7.1 are available now. A public launch should arrive in a few weeks.
Source link: https://www.idownloadblog.com/2020/09/29/ios-14-2-dev-beta-2/