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iOS 15.0.1 and iPadOS 15.0.1 now available with fix for Apple Watch unlock bug – comments – GSMArena.com

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Anonymous, 46 minutes agoApple forums say a different story about bugs Oh great, you can read. Congrats. I’m actually using an iPhone and I don’t have any noteworthy issues. Also iPhone 13 is literally a week old. Expecting it to be 100% bug free is just delussional thinking.

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Anonymous, 9 hours agoThat’s what whiny Android users who don’t even use iOS want you to believe. In reali… moreApple forums say a different story about bugs

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Anonymous, 6 hours agoStill going with widgets argument? Those same widgets that randomly decide not to sync and ran… moreNever had third party widgets be buggy on Android in 10 years. But yeah with every new iOS update, properly working apps started to be buggy. No such issue on Android.
Buggy thrid party widgets must be a staple on iOS as it is known to release half baked implementation of various features. This is why I will never return back to iOS.
Everything just flies on my premium 120hz Android phones. IOS can’t even implement 120hz properly on iPhone even through the they did it properly on ipad OS. Optimization is a myth on iOS.

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Anonymous, 2 hours agoNo they don’t.
Security experts have confirmed that how because of updates at same time,… more
Lol, bragging with a straight face how all f**ked up ecosystem of totally fragmented versions to all ends is a good thing. You can’t make this s**t up lol. Yeah, running Android 9 or even 8.1 in year 2021 is totally the best thing ever because Android phone vendors are so lazy they can’t be bothered updating your phones beyond 2 years for the most part… Meanwhile iPhone 6s from 2015 (a 6 years old phone) just received latest iOS 15 and will be getting security updates for few more years. Meanwhile most phones that launched with Android 9 stopped receiving updates last year…

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[deleted post]No they don’t.
Security experts have confirmed that how because of updates at same time, it’s easier to make vulnerabilities and exploits targeting vast number of users. Android being fragmented, these guys don’t bother with it as it might affect only fraction of the users.
This is why android is a superior ecosystem

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chooyaochuen, 2 hours agoHaven’t receive the update yet You need to manually check for it to get it instantly.

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Haven’t receive the update yet

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AresinUAE, 5 hours agoi would love if you can give me a help using the gestures cause i cant find the proper tutoria… moreYou’ll have to be more specific what you want to do…

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Anonymous, 6 hours agoiOS UI is perfectly fine and gestures are very natural actually. Going from smooth iOS gesture… morei would love if you can give me a help using the gestures cause i cant find the proper tutorial to let me do what i want to do and how i want to do it. i want to simplify my task so using the apps can be really intuitive on all apps i want to use. Ive asked 3 apple-user friends but they cant seem to give me the answer that i need. i am genuinely asking for help.

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Anonymous, 6 hours agoStill going with widgets argument? Those same widgets that randomly decide not to sync and ran… morebut can you move the app icons on the bottom portion of the screen? where is it actually reachable with one hand?

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Anonymous, 6 hours agoiOS UI is perfectly fine and gestures are very natural actually. Going from smooth iOS gesture… morethere are also swipe gestures on android.

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Anonymous, 6 hours agoiOS UI is perfectly fine and gestures are very natural actually. Going from smooth iOS gesture… morei disagree, it looks like you havent tried gestures on Android yet. Android gives you the option to use either the buttons or gestures, whichever you prefer. Getsures in Android is so much more simple specially for basic and most common commands. Apple has created a LOT of other gestures but not for the basic commands.

One example is back command gesture. In android you swipe from right or from left side to go back, and can be used for almost all app. In apple swiping from left can be used to go back to a page in Safari, but not in Youtube (just as an example) where you almost always have to find the button to press when you want to go back to youtube home or to go back to your library.

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AresinUAE, 6 hours agoto be honest i dont know how apple users can last using appleUX. The extra swipes and clicks y… moreiOS UI is perfectly fine and gestures are very natural actually. Going from smooth iOS gestures back to clumsy button based navigation on Android was such a painful experience.

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Funky, 7 hours agoBecause they have way fewer phones and iOS is extremely basic and simple. You got dark mode af… moreStill going with widgets argument? Those same widgets that randomly decide not to sync and randomly decide to scorch the phone by pegging CPU to 100% and eating entire battery in half an hour? Those same widgets that are always misaligned and can’t be resized to align with rest of icons? Yeah, I’ve used them back on Eclair and they are still as terrible today as they were back then. iOS may got widgets late, but the stock ones are amazing and they align perfectly with rest of icons at any size. It just looks and feels so much better. And the widget stack is awesome. Takes space of 2 rows and I have 5 widgets stacked there in big format.

On Android, only factory stock widgets work well, most of 3rd party from GooglePlay are buggy mess. And same is for iOS.

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After updating 15.0.1 phone start getting hang no response by screen and slow response.

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to be honest i dont know how apple users can last using appleUX. The extra swipes and clicks you need to do just to activate the device, install an app and almost all gestures are annoying AF (in disguise of extra security). I want to disable all these extra moves but apple wont let me do it. Everytime you access apple website, it asks you for appleid even if you just signed in minutes ago. The fact that i always have to find tutorials online just to do simple tasks is killing the expeience.

one simple example – activating the device double tap or click the power then swipe then face id. why cant i just bring it up to my face and it unlocks?

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iOS has been quite buggy since version 12.0, especially on iPads, with side-by-side being broken for months for example.

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SizN80, 10 hours agoExactly 🙂 the beautiful thing with apple is that an update goes out to everyone at the same ti… moreBecause they have way fewer phones and iOS is extremely basic and simple. You got dark mode after we had it for years. You got widgets after we had them since the very first version of Android in 2008. So on and forth. Enjoy your overpriced iphone. Unless the battery just died in a few hours.

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Done update my iPhone few hours ago. I had to wait until my iPhone fully charged for update. By the time I checked for update, my iPhone was at 19% battery level. No battery drain or bugs so far after the update.

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Apple Shares New 'Movie Magic' Shot on iPhone 13 Pro Video – MacRumors

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Apple today continued with its long-running “Shot on iPhone” series, uploading another “Experiments” video that focuses on the camera capabilities of the iPhone 13 Pro.

The “Movie Magic” video features Dong Hoon Jun and visual artist James Thornton explaining how they shot a short sci-fi film. The video highlights various effects that can be captured with the ‌iPhone 13 Pro‌ and a set of props like hyperspeed, an outer space look, anti-gravity, a cloudscape, and more.

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AirPods 3 make it easier to skip songs. Here's how to use the force sensor – CNET

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AirPods 3 give you another way to control audio playback.


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Apple unveiled the AirPods 3 on Monday at its October launch event (here’s how to buy the new AirPods). The latest wireless earbuds sport a new design, spatial audio for a more immersive listening experience, faster charging and better battery life, as well as sweat and water resistance. 

Apple’s force sensor, featured on the AirPod Pro stem, is also now available on the AirPods 3, which means it’s easier to play or pause music, skip songs (or audiobooks and podcasts) and answer and end calls. 

Here’s how it works.

Control audio with force sensor on AirPods 3 earbud

  • Play or pause audio: Press the force sensor on the stem of one of your AirPods once.
  • Skip forward: Double-press the stem.
  • Skip backward: Triple-press the stem.

Phone calls with force sensor on AirPods 3 earbud

  • Answer a call: Press the force sensor on the stem.
  • Decline a call or send it to voicemail: Double-press the sensor on the stem. 

For more, check out how to buy the new AirPods 3 and everything that was announced at Apple’s October event.

Correction, Oct. 20: A previous version of this article mistakenly said that the new AirPods case contained a force sensor. The force sensor is only found in the new AirPods 3.

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U.S. lawmakers urge speedy action on U.S semiconductor chips funding

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A bipartisan group of 38 U.S. House lawmakers on Thursday urged leaders in Congress to immediately set a path to advance legislation providing $52 billion for U.S. semiconductor production including $2 billion in support for chips used by the automotive industry.

The  U.S. Senate voted 68-32 in June to approve a sweeping package of legislation intended to boost the country’s ability to compete with Chinese technology, including providing $52 billion for chips, but the measure has stalled in the House.

The House lawmakers in a letter warned of the “dire consequences the automotive industry as a whole—and the nation—faces if we fail to advance legislation soon.”

 

(Reporting by David Shepardson)

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