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iOS 14 (What’s New)

Apple unveiled the latest version of its operating system for iPhones, iOS 14, in June 2020 and released it on September 16th. It introduces major new features, like App Library, redesigned widgets on the home screen, a Translate app, App…
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Apple Music

Apple Music is Apple’s own music-streaming service and competes with services such as Spotify, YouTube Music and Amazon Music. It was first launched in June 2015 and has over 60 million songs available to subscribers. The service supports offline downloads,…
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iPad (seventh-generation)

Apple introduced a seventh-generation entry-level iPad in September 2019 with a larger 10.2-inch display and improved internals. It’s the lowest priced iPad and most affordable, starting at $329 or $309 for education customers. Features 10.2-inch display Touch ID and home…
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AirPods Pro

Apple announced updated AirPods with a new, more compact design, new audio technology and better performance on October 30th 2019. The AirPods Pro cost $249 from Apple and are a higher-end version of the standard AirPods which were first introduced…
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AirPods 2

AirPods were originally released in 2016 and updated to the second-generation in March 2019, gaining features like wireless charging. Apple has discontinued the first-generation AirPods and offers three options: AirPods with Charging Case, AirPods with Wireless Charging Case and AirPods…
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Apple Arcade

Apple launched Arcade, its subscription-gaming service, in September 2019, providing access to hundreds of games with no adverts or in-app purchases for one monthly fee. How much? Apple Arcade costs $4.99 a month but comes with a one-month free trial.…
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iCloud

iCloud is Apple’s cloud storage service for customers with an Apple ID. It launched in October 2012 and comes with 5GB of free storage to allow users to store documents, photos, music and device backups online, instead of taking up…
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App Store

First introduced in 2008, the App Store allows developers to distribute their own applications to users. It hosts content specifically produced for iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, made with Apple’s own Xcode developer tools. Up to 2018, customers have downloaded…
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