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Filipe Espósito

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Filipe Espósito is a Brazilian tech Journalist who started covering Apple news on iHelp BR with some exclusive scoops — including the reveal of the new Apple Watch Series 5 models in titanium and ceramic. He joined 9to5Mac to share even more tech news around the world.

Filipe currently uses an iPhone 12 Pro Max, Apple Watch Series 6, iPad Air (3rd gen), M1 MacBook Air, and AirPods Max.

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Apple updates iMovie and Clips with support for ProRes video and Cinematic mode

Following the official release of iOS 15 on Monday, Apple updated some of its apps available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. This time, iMovie and Clips have been updated with support for ProRes videos, ProRAW images, Cinematic Mode, and more.

PSA: Some Twitter users currently experiencing outages

Some Twitter users are currently experiencing an outage in the social network. According to some reports shared by users (and also affecting some of 9to5Mac’s writers), Twitter has been partially down (or completely down in some situations) since 11:30 a.m. PT.

Apple last week announced multiple new products, including the iPhone 13 lineup, the 9th-generation iPad, and the 6th-generation iPad mini with an all-new design. These new devices come with brand-new wallpapers, and you can download them right here.

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Apple announced iOS 15 in June at WWDC 2021 with multiple new features, including real-time media sharing in FaceTime, a redesigned Safari, Focus mode, and more. However, although iOS 15 is now available to all users, some of the features announced at WWDC have been delayed to a future update.

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Apple today released iOS 15, the next major update to the iPhone and iPod touch operating system. Before you update to iOS 15, make sure you have a compatible iOS device.

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September 17

Certainly, most of the new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro features are related to the cameras, which have been upgraded with better lenses and new video capabilities — including Cinematic Mode. To promote these new features, Apple has now added a new hashflag #HollywoodInYourPocket on Twitter.

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Apple introduced multiple new products on Tuesday, including the entire iPhone 13 lineup and a redesigned iPad mini. The company also unveiled the iPad 9, a new version of its entry-level tablet. While it may not look as exciting as the new iPad mini because it lacks a new design, the 9th-generation iPad is still a great deal for some people.

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September 16

One of the few new features of the Apple Watch Series 7 is support for fast charging, which results in 33% faster charging time when compared to the Apple Watch Series 6. However, Apple says that fast charging requires a new USB-C cable (which now comes bundled in the box), but MagSafe Duo owners may not be able to take advantage of this feature.

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5G on the iPhone is not a new thing, as Apple first introduced support for the new ultra-fast network last year with the iPhone 12 line. iPhone 13 not only still supports 5G, but also expands it with more bands — and that should drive 5G adoption even further around the world.

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September 15

Logitech introduces new ‘Tap’ devices focused on remote and in-person meetings

Logitech this week announced two new devices that are focused on remote meetings, so they can help users join and manage online conferences from some of the most popular platforms available today. While Logitech Tap IP is a network-based meeting room controller, Tap Scheduler is built to function as a “meeting scheduling panel for any meeting space.”

The new iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max were officially announced by Apple on Tuesday with the more powerful A15 Bionic chip, bigger batteries, and significant camera enhancements — including support for the ProRes video codec for the first time on an iOS device. However, ProRes support will not be available for iPhone 13 Pro users at launch.

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If you’ve been an iOS user for a long time, you probably know Tiny Wings — a classic and popular game in which you control a bird whose wings are too small to fly. The game is still available in the App Store, but Apple Arcade subscribers will soon be able to get it at no extra cost.

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Following the iPhone 13 announcement on Tuesday, Apple mentioned that the Pro models have a more powerful GPU than the regular models — although they share the same CPU from A15 Bionic chip. Now a Geekbench result shows that iPhone 13 Pro delivers up to 55% better graphics performance when compared to last year’s iPhone 12 Pro.

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September 14

Apple finally announced Apple Watch Series 7 on Tuesday after several rumors about the next generation of its smartwatch. However, unlike what the rumors suggested, Apple Watch Series 7 doesn’t exactly have a brand-new design — and that’s not all. It seems that this year’s Apple Watch has the same processor as the 2020 Apple Watch Series 6.

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Apple today introduced iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, and while the company markets the devices as having the same processor, they have some slight differences in terms of performance. In fact, the GPU of the A15 chip found in the iPhone 13 Pro models is more powerful than in the regular iPhone 13 models.

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Following its special event on Tuesday, Apple has just announced that developers can now submit their iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 compatible apps to the App Store. System updates will be released for all users next week.

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Apple introduced eSIM support on iPhone with iPhone XR and iPhone XS in 2018. However, while you can use a regular SIM and an eSIM simultaneously, there was no way to use two eSIMs simultaneously — until now. iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro feature dual eSIM support for the first time.

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Apple on Tuesday held its long-awaited September special event – and if you missed the keynote, don’t worry. The company has just shared on its official website and YouTube channel the videos from today’s “California streaming” keynote.

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Announced at WWDC 2021, iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 beta have been available to developers and users registered in the Apple Beta Software Program since June. Following Apple’s special event on Tuesday, the company confirmed that iOS 15 will be available to the public on September 20.

However, developers and public beta users can already download the iOS 15 Release Candidate (RC) build.

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Apple announced at its special event on Tuesday the sixth-generation iPad mini with a new design based on the iPad Air 4 and iPad Pro. Customers can now pre-order the new iPad mini on Apple’s website, with first deliveries expected next week.

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