This week’s tip stories: New 13-inch MacBook Pro, iOS 13.5 changes, Apple Store reopenings, more

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In this week’s tip stories: Apple releases a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, iOS 13.5 beta contrast continues, additional sum on Apple and Google’s Exposure Notification API, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest news.

Apple this week announced a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, completing a rollout of a new Magic Keyboard. The 13-inch MacBook Pro can now be specced to underline tenth-generation quad-core Intel CPUs, and offers 16 GB RAM as customary on certain models for a initial time. Apple says a new processors are adult to 2.8x faster than what was formerly charity in a 13-inch MacBook Pro.

The new MacBook Pro starts during $1299, though you’ll have to open for a $1799 indication if we wish a many absolute Intel processors.

We finally schooled some-more about Apple’s skeleton for WWDC 2020 this week. While we already knew a eventuality would be virutal, Apple announced this week that a festivities will flog off on Jun 22, and that developers will be means to follow along in a Apple Developer app or website.

Elsewhere, Sonos denounced a contingent of new products this week: a new Arc reward home museum soundbar with Dolby Atmos and AirPlay 2, a new Sonos Five to reinstate a Play:5, and a new Sub. You can review a full roundup of a announcements here.

On Wednesday, Apple expelled iOS 13.5 beta 4 to developers and a new beta of open beta users as well. This refurbish revises a Exposure Notification API interface in a Settings app, creation it pithy that a underline is opt-in and requires an app from a open health authority.

Apple also announced this week that iOS 13.5 and watchOS 6.2.5 will embody a new underline for a Emergency SOS functionality, radically mixing it with a Medical ID feature. What this means is that starting after this month, business can opt in to a new Emergency SOS underline that automatically shares Medical ID information with puncture services.

These and a rest of this week’s tip stories below.

iOS | tvOS |

  • Apple releases iOS 13.5 developer beta 4 with Exposure Notification API, FaceTime and Face ID changes
  • When will Apple recover iOS 13.5 to a public?
  • How to implement a iOS 13.5 open beta on your iPhone
  • iPhone and iPad: How to stop relocating faces in Group FaceTime

iPhone |

  • Apple releases support recommendation for AirPods Pro users with crackling audio and sound termination issues
  • iPhone SE improved value ‘per dollar’ than iPhone 11, though camera doesn’t compare

Apple Watch |

  • European Heart Journal: Apple Watch ECG detects signs of coronary ischemia missed by sanatorium ECG
  • Apple Watch and iPhone can automatically send critical Medical ID info to initial responders in iOS 13.5

Mac |

  • Apple updates 13-inch MacBook Pro with Magic Keyboard, doubles SSD storage
  • Which MacBook should we buy? Here’s how a 2020 13-inch MacBook Pro compares to a MacBook Air
  • Comment: ‘$3k Macs reduced to $12 scrap’ shows need for a new T2 chip approach
  • Poll: Are we selling Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Magic Keyboard?
  • New 13-inch MacBook Pro comes with 6K guard support, Dolby Atmos playback, more
  • Review roundup: 2020 13-inch MacBook Pro is a ‘strong and protected bet’ though also a ‘awkward center child’ [Videos]
  • Apple releases macOS Catalina 10.15.5 beta 4 to developers

Top Apple stories, sell |

  • Apple Stores in Australia uncover certainty in totalled proceed to reopening
  • Opinion: Apple’s US store reopening devise strains a boundary of open readiness
  • All though one Apple Store in Australia giveaway on May 7
  • Apple Stores in Germany subsequent to start reopening on May 11
  • Apple launches online store heart for easy selling from home
  • Apple skeleton light reopening of US sell stores derivation subsequent week

Apps |

  • PSA: Facebook SDK bug causing several renouned apps to pile-up right now
  • Curious about your all-time Apple Watch Activity stats? Check out this app
  • Comment: What’s a best shade assessment apparatus for macOS?
  • Microsoft Outlook for iPhone and iPad adds new ‘Ignore Conversation’ feature
  • WarnerMedia charity HBO Max pre-order discount, though we have to allow directly
  • FusionCast is a new macOS app for fast branch podcast episodes into videos

COVID-19 |

  • Hands-on with UK’s NHS hit tracing app as a exam goes live
  • Report: UK NHS asks developers to ‘investigate’ switching a hit tracing app to Apple’s API
  • Apple and Google yield representation formula and concepts for COVID-19 bearing presentation apps

Apple TV, HomeKit, and HomePod |

  • Apple TV+ Guide: Here are all a Apple TV shows and cinema accessible now
  • Starling Home Hub releases 6.0 firmware to continue expanding Nest HomeKit support
  • Six months on, Apple TV+ facilities artistic strange shows though use stays treacherous for newcomers
  • Sonos launches Arc reward home museum soundbar with Dolby Atmos and AirPlay 2, Play:5 transposed with updated Sonos Five
  • Logitech webpage leaks arriving ‘Circle View’ intelligent camera with HomeKit support
  • HomeKit Weekly: Is a Eufy Doorbell still a best intelligent doorbell even but HomeKit?

Top Apple stories, association |

  • Video: Tim Cook delivers practical derivation residence to Ohio State graduates
  • Apple kicking off week of practical WWDC on Jun 22, jackets and pins for Swift Challenge winners

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This week’s tip videos |

  • Review: $999 MacBook Air (2020) – Apple’s cheapest laptop is a good entry-level Mac [Video]
  • How to force restart iPhone SE (2020), enter liberation mode, DFU, and more

9to5Mac Daily |

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  • 9to5Mac Daily: May 05, 2020 – Virtual WWDC 2020 details, more
  • 9to5Mac Daily: May 04, 2020 – Apple unveils new 13-inch MacBook Pro

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Happy Hour Podcast 276 |

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