Penultimate week of August, also known as the month in which invitations are expected to arrive for the new iPhone 13 presentation event. This week we talked about things as interesting as the new Safari design in iOS 15. or the rumors of the Apple Watch Series 7 redesign and while there is more to say, there is one more thing …

We start with a tutorial today at Apple, where they tell us what third-party accounts we can set up on our Mac and why it’s a great idea that, both for privacy and to avoid errors , we revise them from time to time. at the time. In China, they are breastfed in the face of the semiconductor crisis and are increasing their production capacity by more than 40%. Google offers an alternative to a four-year college degree: a series of six-month courses that cost $ 300. The release of Windows 3.1 was so important to Japan that it has been known as “Windows Day” ever since. Following Windows, we have the news that its version 11 makes it considerably difficult to switch browsers, which has bothered Google, Firefox and Opera. Twitter continues to refine its account verification program, although it is really difficult for them to verify an account even if it meets the requirements. And we find ourselves on the YouTube channel of 9to5mac, where they collect the news of the sixth beta of iOS 15 by focusing above all on the changes to Safari. (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); }}) ();


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