Penultimate week of August. Before the Apple universe started to shake with the iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 preview event, we had a week with some interesting news such as the rumors of the Mac mini redesign or the possible increase in the size of the Apple Watch. Even with all that we have to say, there is one more thing …

We start with an interesting tutorial: How to receive a notification when our iPhone or iPad is fully charged. In Today at Apple, they explain step by step how to create the shortcut to achieve this. We continue with the reactions to the messages that Facebook is preparing for WhatsApp. A system with which to write less and be more interactive. Google Meet will notify us when we cause an echo in a call, very useful for knowing when it’s best to mute our microphone. The predefined configuration of Microsoft’s Power Apps allowed the leakage of millions of personal data. Further proof that we need to be careful when entering our information. Google Chrome follows Safari’s path in iOS 15 and macOS Monterey and starts experimenting with saving tab groups. Do we want to learn a new language? These are the best websites to do it for free. Windows is testing its own version of “Concentration Modes”, an ideal system for practicing the Commodore Method. And we end with a look at the Netherlands, which we should pay more attention to amid the global chip shortage. (function () {window._JS_MODULES = window._JS_MODULES || {}; var headElement = document.getElementsByTagName (‘head’)[0]; if (_JS_MODULES.instagram) {var instagramScript = document.createElement (‘script’); instagramScript.src = “https://platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js”; instagramScript.async = true; instagramScript.defer = true; headElement.appendChild (instagramScript); }}) ();


The News One more thing… 100% iPhone battery notification, reactions to messages in WhatsApp, saving tabs in Chrome and more was originally posted in Applesfera by David Bernal Raspall.