Apple released several major software updates for its various devices this afternoon (Monday 18th September 2023), including iOS 17.0 (21A329) and iPadOS 17.0 (21A329).
iOS 17 contains hundreds of new features and is compatible with the following iPhones:
Some of the new features in iOS 17.0 include the following:
Apple’s description of iOS 17 states: “iOS 17 brings big updates to Phone, Messages, and FaceTime that give you new ways to express yourself as you communicate. StandBy delivers a new full-screen experience with glanceable information designed to view from a distance when you turn iPhone on its side while charging. AirDrop makes it easier to share and connect with those around you and adds NameDrop for contact sharing. Enhancements to the keyboard make entering text faster and easier than ever before. iOS 17 also includes updates to Widgets, Safari, Music, AirPlay, and more.”
Tech YouTuber Brandon Butch has an in-depth (over 2 hours long) video breakdown of the 400+ new features and changes in iOS 17, which you can watch in its entirety below, along with a separate video showing step-by-step instructions on how to update to iOS 17.
In addition to iOS 17 and iPadOS 17, Apple also released the following software updates this afternoon:
Meanwhile, macOS 14 Sonoma is scheduled to be released to the public on 26th September 2023.
Will you be updating your devices to the new software versions today? Let us know in the comments below.
[Source: iSoftware Updates/X]
Apple held its ’Wonderlust’ iPhone launch event today (Tuesday 12th September 2023) at Apple Park, the company's headquarters in Cupertino, California. The company announced the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, complete with USB-C charging, starting at US $799. It also unveiled the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, starting at US $999. Another key announcement at today’s event was the brand-new Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2, as well as updated AirPods Pro 2 with a USB-C charging case.
iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus
The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus features improved performance, the Dynamic Island (previously seen on iPhone 14 Pro), a range of new colors, and a USB-C port which replaces the Lightning connector. Like last year, iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus sport 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays. However, Apple said that maximum brightness can now go up to 2000 nits. Apple’s color finishes are now embedded throughout the glass, to form an impressive new colorful finish. The iPhone 15 is offered in pink, yellow green, blue, and black.
iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max
The new Pro models utilize a brushed titanium case in place of stainless steel. Apple says the new iPhone 15 Pro is the lightest Pro model ever. It also features the thinnest bezels yet. The overall dimension has been reduced without shrinking the display size.
The new iPhone 15 Pro also features the rumored Action Button in place of the mute switch. It can launch the camera app, invoke Shortcuts or accessibility features, start a voice memo, and more. iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max also include the all-new A17 Pro chip — Apple’s first 3nm chip. USB-C I/O supports up to 10Gbps data transfer with the optional USB3 cable. 20% faster GPU includes mesh shading and hardware-accelerated ray tracing.
Apple says the new camera system has the equivalent of seven (7) camera lenses (using three actual lenses). A new nano coating reduces lens flare. The 48MP sensor has improved low light performance. 48MP HEIF is now supported (no longer just ProRAW). 24mm, 28mm, and 35mm shots are supported by the main camera. iPhone 15 Pro gains next-gen Portrait with 2x low light performance and focus control.
The telephoto lens on the iPhone 15 Pro Max features 5x optical zoom at 120mm focal length. The periscope lens is called a tetra prism design. Optical image stabilization is also enhanced with movement in three (3) directions — a smartphone first. The ultra wide sensor shoots macro and 13mm shots, rounding out the seven (7) focal lengths mentioned before.
Photos and videos can now be directly saved to a Mac or external storage. ProRes also goes up to 4K60 now — Blackmagic camera level.
For Vision Pro, iPhone 15 Pro also captures “spatial video” now. It uses the ultra wide and main camera to create 3D videos. The feature will be available sometime after launch.
Other facts about the new Pro models:
Apple Watch Series 9
The new version of the Apple Watch comes in a design that’s identical to the previous generation, but now with a faster processor and improved sensors. Apple has not introduced a faster chip since the Series 6 in 2020. This year, however, the S9 SiP (System in a Package) in the Apple Watch Series 9 features a faster GPU and GPU. This means that users will notice reduced loading times when opening apps or rebooting the system.
The S9 SiP also has a new version of Apple’s ultra-wideband chip. Similar to the U1 chip, the new chip provides “spatial awareness,” allowing the device to precisely detect the location of other devices nearby, equipped with the same technology. With ultra-wideband, Apple is making this technology even more precise, which enables new features when using Find My.
Although Apple Watch Series 9 has not been equipped with any new health features, the heart rate sensor has been improved to be more accurate. Apple has also added a new gyroscope that enables a double-tap gesture with your fingers to control the Apple Watch without touching the screen. Another new feature is a brighter display that reaches up to 2,000 nits of brightness, or just 1 nit when the Apple Watch is not in use.
Prices for the new Apple Watch Series 9 start at US $399, and it comes in 41mm and 45mm versions, available in aluminum and stainless steel. Pre-orders start today (Tuesday 12th September 2023) with the official launch in stores set for next Friday (22nd September 2023).
Apple Watch Ultra 2
The new Apple Watch Ultra 2 replaces the top-end model first introduced a year ago. The new model gets improved internals, shared with the Apple Watch Series 9.
As with the Series 9, this year’s Apple Watch Ultra gets the same S9 processor for “super-smooth animations”and U2 ultra-wideband location chip. Siri is now processed on-device thanks to a new neural engine in the S9 chip. Siri can now also provide access to your health data, a feature which will be available “later this year.” The new U2 chip can find your iPhone with ultra-precision, along with media suggestions when you get close to a HomePod — or Now Playing controls if the speaker is already playing audio.
The Watch also introduces a double-tap gesture for things like answering and ending phone calls and snoozing alarms, again in common with the S9 model. Battery life in low-power mode is now up to seventy-two (72) hours.
Apple says Apple Watch Ultra 2 production is 100% carbon neutral.
AirPods Pro 2 with New USB-C Charging Case
As the iPhone 15 is getting USB-C to replace the Lightning connector, Apple is also updating some of its accessories with USB-C — and that includes AirPods. During Tuesday’s special event, the company introduced a new USB-C charging case for AirPods Pro 2, which will be available by default for those buying new AirPods Pro.
Apple announced AirPods Pro 2 last year alongside the iPhone 14. And while the AirPods Pro 2 themselves are not getting any hardware upgrades, they will now come with a new charging case that features a USB-C port instead of the Lightning connector.
According to Apple, “The new AirPods Pro are updated with a USB‐C connector, so it’s easy to use a single cable to charge Mac, iPad, AirPods, and the iPhone 15 lineup. Users can even charge AirPods directly with iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max, which also come with a USB‐C connector.”
Apple is still selling AirPods Pro 2 for US $249. Unfortunately, contrary to what was first rumored, Apple would not be selling the AirPods Pro USB-C charging case separately.
Customers can now order the new version of AirPods Pro 2 with USB-C charging case. Apple says shipments will begin on Friday 22nd September 2023 for orders placed today.
Apple is expected to unveil its iPhone 15 lineup today (Tuesday 12th September 2023) at its highly-anticipated ‘Wonderlust’ event, where it could introduce the biggest change to the phone’s design in eleven (11) years. Industry experts are predicting Apple will introduce USB-C charging to its smartphones for the first time. The change could ultimately streamline the charging process across various devices and brands. Additional updates to the battery life, camera and displays are also likely.
The event will take place at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, and will be live streamed starting at 1:00 PM ET. Watch it below and keep reading for what we can expect to be revealed today.
The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro, and their switch from Lightning to USB-C, are expected to be the star of the show. The iPhone 15 Pro models are also rumored to feature a new titanium design with dramatically slimmer bezels around the display. The iPhone 15 Pro Max will reportedly get an all-new periscope camera system as well. Meanwhile, the regular iPhone 15 will get the Dynamic Island, which was exclusive to iPhone 14 Pros last year.
iPhone 15 Pro is widely rumored to ditch the mute switch on the side of the phone, in favor of an Action Button, that can be assigned to any of the following:
The Pro models, which may get a new blue color this year, are said to feature Apple’s new A17 Bionic chip, which is a staggering 3nm process. Regular iPhone 15 models will stick to last year’s A16 chip, however, which were exclusive to iPhone 14 Pros.
In addition to shiny new iPhones, Apple is also expected to unveil a new Apple Watch Series 9 during today’s event, as well as an updated version of the Apple Watch Ultra, a new USB-C version of AirPods Pro, and more.
Below is a last minute rumor-roundup of some other things we can expect today:
iPhone pre-orders could begin this Friday (15th September 2023) and arrive next Friday (22nd September 2023).
iOS 17 and iPadOS 17, which were previously unveiled at WWDC on 5th June 2023, could be released on Monday (18th September 2023).
More on this as it becomes available.
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Senator the Honourable Hassel Bacchus, Minister of Digital Transformation, led a team of Officials from his Ministry on a strategic visit to India from 6th to 11th August 2023. The purpose was to advance bilateral co-operation in the areas of Digital Transformation and Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
According to a Media Release today (Tuesday 29th August 2023) from the Ministry of Digital Transformation (MDT), through a series of engagements with public and private institutions, knowledge and experiences were shared in the areas of Digital Identity, Digital Payments, Digital Service Transformation, Digital Public Infrastructure, and Digital Public Goods.
The Ministry said the long-term goal of this exchange is to strengthen Trinidad and Tobago's position in the global e-governance arena. This resulted in the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two (2) countries on Friday 11th August 2023. The MoU will facilitate bilateral co-operation and the exchange of experiences and digital technology-based solutions between the two (2) countries. The MoU was signed by Shri Sushil Pal, Joint Secretary on behalf of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and His Excellency Dr. Roger Gopaul, Trinidad and Tobago's High Commissioner to India. A significant outcome is that it allows for the sharing of India Stack — India's collection of public solutions and services that facilitate digital identity, data, and payment services on a massive scale.
In responding to this momentous occasion, Minister Bacchus highlighted this collaborative endeavour, saying, “Our countries' shared vision of harnessing the power of technology to uplift citizens will create a brighter future in which they are active participants in and contributors to the digital society and economy.”
Similarly, highlighting the significance of the India Stack offerings, Mos Rajeev Chandrasekhar said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who believes in the principle of Vasudhaiva Kutumbhakam (the world is one family), has always encouraged the offering of India Stack to countries across the globe, especially to those that have been left behind in their digitalization efforts. With the help of India Stack, these countries can climb up the digitalization ladder rapidly and transform their economies and governance.” He added, “It shall create a robust ecosystem of startups, developers and system integrators working around it on next-gen innovation.”
Benefits to T&T
The MoU will provide technical co-operation in the areas of digital transformation through the exchange of leading practices, knowledge transfer and sharing, capacity building, and the adoption of technology solutions
The partnership transcends beyond mere adoption of technology, into a transferal of expertise, experience, and lessons learned as Trinidad and Tobago forges towards a digital future. The MDT emphasizes its commitment to propelling Trinidad and Tobago into a technologically advanced era that will benefit citizens, businesses, and the economy as a whole.
India - A Leader in Digital Government
Within the last decade, India has secured its position as an international leader in the areas of Digital Identity, Digital Payments, Digital Service Transformation, Digital Public Infrastructure, and Digital Public Goods. Consequently, having noted India's significant accomplishments, the MDT has identified the Government of India as a key partner for advancing its development objectives. Moreover, the Government of India has signaled a willingness to share its solutions and know-how with the Global South. The country has also signed similar MoUs with several developing countries across the world.
Bmobile has announced the introduction of eSIM support across its prepaid and postpaid packages. In a News Release today (Tuesday 25th July 2023), Bmobile said this service enables users with eSIM-enabled iOS and Android devices to seamlessly connect to its network and enjoy the benefits and enhanced flexibility offered by eSIM technology.
eSIM, also known as embedded SIM, represents a digital version of the traditional physical SIM card, serving as a virtual identifier that establishes a connection to the mobile network. Offering the same functionality as physical SIM cards, eSIMs eliminate the need for customers to physically change SIMs when switching or connecting to Bmobile’s network. By being embedded in devices and able to be programmed remotely, eSIMs revolutionize the way customers manage their phone and service plans, providing unparalleled convenience.
According to Bmobile, “With the introduction of eSIM support, new and existing customers can now purchase and use the U.S. version of the iPhone 14 and other eSIM-enabled devices on Bmobile's network. This expansion of compatible devices further enhances the choices available to customers.”
Kashif Greaves, TSTT Senior Manager, Marketing and Promotions, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We are delighted to officially support eSIM technology, responding to the evolving needs of our customers. We have listened to their inquiries and are committed to providing the best possible solutions. Over the past few months, significant time and resources were spent rigorously testing the platform to ensure a seamless user experience for all customers and we truly appreciate that they've been patient while we bring this technology to market. eSIM offers unparalleled convenience, enabling users to easily manage their mobile connections.”
“eSIMs are also safer as the SIM cannot be accessed from the outside and facilitates seamless transfer of customer data to a new device,” Greaves added. Bmobile notes that this next generation of SIM card technology “also helps drive the eradication of the need for a physical card entirely, which helps in the reduction of environmental waste.”
Setup Is Easy
Depending on the device, the exact steps may vary but the basic procedure remains the same. Customers can visit one of Bmobile's select locations to purchase an eSIM. A customer service representative will provide a QR code for eSIM download and guide customers through the simple activation process in their phone's mobile or network settings. While all consumer prepaid and postpaid mobile subscriptions will now support eSIMs, physical SIM cards will remain available for devices equipped with a physical SIM card slot.
Bmobile said it is “excited to introduce eSIM support, unlocking new possibilities for seamless connectivity and offering customers greater control over their mobile experience.”
For more information on eSIMs, visit Bmobile's website at www.bmobile.co.tt.
Popular messaging service WhatsApp is reportedly down in many parts of the world as at 4:30 PM this afternoon (Wednesday 19th July 2023), including Trinidad and Tobago, United States, Canada, Germany, Brazil and many more.
According to Downdetector, there were 22,872 reports of issues with WhatsApp by 4:18 PM.
Neither WhatsApp nor parent company, Meta, have yet issued a statement about the cause or when the issue will be rectified.
More on this as it becomes available.
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UPDATE: Zuckerberg said as of Thursday morning (6th July 2023), Threads surpassed 30 million sign ups. “Wow, 30 million sign ups as of this morning. Feels like the beginning of something special, but we've got a lot of work ahead to build out the app.”
Meta, the owner of Facebook and Instagram, launched its Twitter rival on Wednesday (5th July 2023) — a new social media app called ‘Threads.’ According to Meta’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, more than 10 million users signed up within the first seven (7) hours of its launch. Meta had singer Shakira and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay lined up for the launch of Threads.
Threads is branded as “an Instagram app” on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, and is smartly leveraging the power of more than 2 billion existing Instagram accounts. Usernames, profile pictures, and existing connections are brought over from Instagram when users create their Threads account.
According to the app’s description: “Say more with Threads — Instagram's text-based conversation app. Threads is where communities come together to discuss everything from the topics you care about today to what'll be trending tomorrow. Whatever it is you're interested in, you can follow and connect directly with your favorite creators and others who love the same things — or build a loyal following of your own to share your ideas, opinions and creativity with the world.”
The new app is well on track to overtake alternative Twitter-rival ‘Mastodon,’ which claimed more than 13 million users as of Thursday, having been created in 2016. Twitter, however, has more than 200 million daily users.
Brands and celebrities, who were already on Instagram, are flocking to Threads, which in turn will likely bring in advertisers to the app in the future.
Companies such as Netflix and American Airlines Group were posting on the app on Thursday, suggesting corporate brands are eager to get in early on the launch of the newest social network, although there is currently no advertising on Threads.
Will you be joining or using Threads? Let us know in the comments below.
The High Court ruled on Wednesday (15th March 2023) that the Audit Report into the grant of firearms users’ licences “be handed straight over to the Commissioner of Police and to the Police Service Commission” for further investigation.
Former Police Commissioner Gary Griffith had challenged the National Security Council’s decision to commission the report, which included a period when he was Commissioner. Mr. Griffith had also alleged that his right to natural justice was breached in the preparation of the report. However, both allegations were rejected by the High Court on Wednesday. Further, the Court ruled that the National Security Council “was quite entitled under section 75 of the Constitution to take the steps” that it did. In rejecting Mr. Griffith’s claim of breach of natural justice, the Court said Mr. Griffith’s assertion of any right to be heard is premature.
The Court also rejected an allegation that Prime Minister Keith Rowley had acted in bad faith in relation to the Audit Report.
Following Wednesday’s ruling by the High Court, the Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs issued a Media Release stating, “The Attorney General wishes to advise that the High Court today delivered judgment in High Court action CV 2022-03915: Between Gary Griffith v The National Security Council and Others. A most significant feature of the High Cout's ruling was its direction that the Audit Report into the grant of firearms users’ licences during a period that included Mr. Griffith's term as Commissioner of Police “be handed straight over to the Commissioner of Police and to the Police Service Commission” for futher investigation.
The Attorney General’s Office added, “By his claim, Mr. Griffith challenged as unconstitutional, the decision of the National Security Council (as a sub-committee of the Cabinet) to commission this Audit Report into the grant of firearms users’ licences. Mr. Griffith also alleged that his right to natural justice was breached by the audit committee in the preparation of its report. Both allegations were roundly rejected today by the High Court. Specifically, the Court ruled that the National Security Council ‘was quite entitled under section 75 of the Constitution to take the steps that it did.’ Further, the Court ruled that the Audit Committee did not breach Mr. Griffith's natural justice rights in any way, because ‘[Mr. Griffith's] assertion of any right to be heard is premature.' Additionally, in responding to an enquiry by Mr. Griffith's Attorneys in Cout today, and in explaining its ruling on an allegation made by Mr. Griffith that the Honorable Prime Minister had acted in bad faith in relation to the Audit Report, the High Court stated in open Court today, to all parties, that that allegation had also been rejected.”
The Media Release from The Attorney General’s Office concluded by saying, “The direction of the High Court today to the Commissioner of Police and to the Police Service Commission is a definitive judicial direction that the law must now therefore be allowed to take its course.”
[Source: TTT Live Online]
The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago issued provisional registrations on Wednesday (1st February 2023) to two (2) additional companies as electronic money (e-money) issuers: the Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) Limited and PESH Money Limited (PESH).
In a Media Release on Wednesday, the Central Bank said the provisional registrations, which cover an initial 6-month period, authorizes TSTT and PESH to issue e-money in Trinidad and Tobago from 1st March 2023. Under the terms of the registrations, both companies will be allowed to enlist new customers in a controlled environment monitored by the Central Bank.
E-money can be broadly defined as an electronic store of monetary value on a technological device (including mobile phones) that may be widely used for making payments to entities other than the e-money issuer. E-money can be used for payment transactions with or without bank accounts.
TSTT, a locally incorporated company since 1968, is jointly owned by National Enterprises Limited, which in turn is majority-owned by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, and Cable & Wireless (West Indies) Limited. TSTT's core business is as a mobile network operator and provider of telecommunications solutions to residential and commercial markets in Trinidad and Tobago. TSTT aims to provide e-wallet services to allow peer-to-peer transfers and payments to merchants in Trinidad and Tobago.
PESH is a privately-owned, local company, incorporated since 2017. The company aims to provide customers with e-wallets to facilitate the storage of e-money and allow peer-to-peer transfers from mobile wallets to mobile phone users in Trinidad and Tobago.
In a related development, the Central Bank extended the provisional registration of another company, PayWise Limited, for a further 6-month period starting from 1st March 2023. PayWise was granted provisional registration on 1st September 2022, for an initial period of six (6) months.
For further information, please see the E-Money Issuer Order (2020) which can be accessed, along with other background material, via the Central Bank's website at: https://www.central-bank.org.tt/fintech.
Apple released iOS 16 to the public today (Monday 12th September 2022) for iPhone 8 and later. iOS 16 brings the biggest update ever to the Lock Screen, the ability to edit and collaborate in Messages, new tools in Mail, and more ways to interact with photos and video with Live Text and Visual Look Up.
Below are all the major new features in iOS 16.
A More Personal, Beautiful, and Helpful Lock Screen
The Lock Screen gets reimagined, offering deeper personalization. Now users can add a depth effect to their Lock Screen photo, artfully displaying the photo subject in front of the time, and they can even customize the font and type style. New widgets on the Lock Screen make it easy to get helpful information at a glance like upcoming calendar events, battery levels, alarms, time zones, Activity ring progress, and more.
The new Lock Screen gallery features a range of options. Users can choose an intelligently suggested photo from their personal library that will look great on the Lock Screen, or a dynamic set of photos that shuffle throughout the day. Apple collections include iconic imagery from Apple; Pride and Unity wallpapers; a Weather wallpaper to see live weather conditions as they change throughout the day; and an Astronomy wallpaper for views of the Earth, moon, and solar system. Users can also create unique designs with their favorite emoji and color combinations, and with multiple Lock Screens, users can switch between their favorites with just a swipe.
Redesigned notifications now roll in from the bottom to offer a clear view of the Lock Screen, and users can choose to view notifications in an expanded list, stacked, or as a count view.
Stay in the Moment With Focus
With iOS 16, Focus is easier to set up and gets even more powerful by connecting to the Lock Screen, giving users a way to simply swipe to a designated Lock Screen to activate the corresponding Focus. With Focus filters, apps like Calendar, Mail, Messages, and Safari can display only the content that is relevant to a user’s Focus, helping them to find better balance.
New Ways to Interact in Messages
Updates to Messages make it possible to edit, undo send, and mark conversations as unread, making it even easier to stay connected. With iOS 16, users can now invite friends and family to SharePlay via Messages, offering another way to enjoy synced content like movies or songs and shared playback controls. In addition, new collaboration features in Messages make working with others quick and seamless. When users choose to share files for collaboration through Messages, everyone in a thread will be automatically added, and when someone makes an edit to the shared document, activity updates appear at the top of the thread.
Increase Productivity With New Tools in Mail
Now users can schedule delivery of an email ahead of time or cancel delivery of a message before it reaches a recipient’s inbox. Users can also set reminders to come back to a message at a later date with Remind me, receive automatic suggestions to follow up on an email if they haven’t received a response, and get automatic alerts when they’ve forgotten to include a recipient or attachment in an email. With the biggest update to search in years, Mail features state-of-the-art techniques to deliver more relevant, accurate, and complete search results.
Visual Look Up and Live Text Enhancements
Users can now tap and hold on the subject of an image to lift it from the background and place it in apps like Messages. Visual Look Up also expands to recognize birds, insects, spiders, and statues, helping users quickly get information about objects and scenes in photos.
Using on-device intelligence, Live Text can now recognize text in videos across the system. Users can pause a video on any frame to interact with text and take quick action, such as copy and paste, translate, convert currency, and more.
More Secure Browsing in Safari With Passkeys
Browsing in Safari is even safer with passkeys, a next-generation credential that can’t be phished or leaked, making it more secure and easy to use. Designed to replace passwords, passkeys use Touch ID or Face ID for biometric verification, and iCloud Keychain to sync across iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV with end-to-end encryption. Created as a joint effort in collaboration with the FIDO Alliance, Google, and Microsoft, passkeys will work across apps and the web, and users can sign in to websites or an app on non-Apple devices using just their iPhone.
Safari also adds shared Tab Groups to share a collection of websites with friends and family, making it seamless to add tabs and see what others are viewing.
New Accessibility Features to Navigate, Stay Connected, and More
Accessibility updates include Door Detection, which helps users who are blind or low vision use their iPhone to navigate the last few feet to their destination; and Apple Watch Mirroring for users with physical and motor disabilities to mirror their Apple Watch display to iPhone, and control Apple Watch with Voice Control and Switch Control. Additionally, Live Captions make it easier for Deaf and hard of hearing users to follow along with any audio content — whether they are on a phone or FaceTime call, using a videoconference or social media app, streaming media content, or having a conversation with someone next to them.
[Source: Apple Newsroom]
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