Unlike the previous few years when the roll-out used to happen at roughly the same time, it is a bit staggered this time around.
Faster Face ID, smaller app download, faster app load times and updated Apple apps are more than welcome with iOS 13.
There are many candidates, including a larger MacBook, a smaller HomePod and even some AR magic.
Apple Music can now be used by those rocking laptops and PCs given by their offices, which usually have restrictions put in place by the IT boffins.
Despite the enthusiasm around the relaxed foreign direct investment norms for single-brand retail, Apple will likely focus on exports and unique store experiences in future.
YouTube Music's newly-added feature comes on the heels of allowing users to sort albums and other saved library content, in an attempt to bring the service at par with competitors like Apple Music and Spotify.
Apple's premium streaming service will launch with a subscription price of $9.99 starting in November.
New YouTube Originals series, movies, and live events released after September 24, 2019 will be made available to non-members to watch for free, with ads.
Creators on the Spotify for Podcasters platform can now access data such as listener age and choice of music and podcasts, in order to better refine their content.
The features are expected to arrive once iOS 13 rolls out, but apparently, Android users are getting a taste of it even before Apple users.
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It is sharper focus on Apple Music, Apple Pay, iCloud and App Store, which are seeing more traction than ever before.
Google has plans to replace the older Google Play Music with the YouTube Music app at some point in the near future.
You can also hook up the Blink Play with the voice assistant in your phone—the Google Assistant or Apple Siri.
The Audio Technica M50xBT comes four years after the Audio Technica M50x, with Bluetooth connectivity, with the audio brilliance retained.
The 'Your Daily Drive' playlist, which will fuse music with news and podcasts, is being initially rolled out in USA, with international availability to follow.
In Canada, users perhaps skip the gym in the morning, and instead start their day with cozy playlists including Your Favorite Coffeehouse.
Apple doesn’t need ad-funding in the same way as Facebook and Google does. In fact, it doesn’t need any ad-revenue at all.
The decision to separate Music, Podcasts and TV makes sense, since each can now get the attention they may need for their specific improvements.
A lot of the functionality inspiration comes from macOS, which puts the iPadOS on solid ground as far as productivity features are concerned.
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