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230 new emojis are released with iOS 13.2 Beta 2

Published on 10/12/2019 @ 1 AM EST

The newest iPhone operating system offers an array of new emojis—230 including all genders and skin tones. The Unicode 12 emoji release in total has 59 new characters. This includes animals such as the orangutan, foods such as waffles, and items such as a kite.

A flying car is set to come from Boeing and Porsche

Published on 10/12/2019 @ 1 AM EST

The two companies are working together to create an electric vehicle that is capable of vertical takeoff and landing. They're essentially designing a flying car, and they've even agreed to craft a prototype together. Boeing and Porsche will also look into the overall industry of urban air mobility.

Google Maps improves its directions for visual impairment

Published on 10/12/2019 @ 1 AM EST

The new audio direction feature announces busy crosswalks and more detailed directions. Though Google Maps already offered voice navigation, this service is geared toward those with visual impairments who are walking to a destination. It's currently available in the US in English and Japan in Japanese.

Amazon Music is available on Apple TV

Published on 10/12/2019 @ 1 AM EST

Amazon announced that its streaming service is now active on multiple Apple TV models. This shows that the two giants may actually get along now, especially following Apple Music's launch on Fire TV earlier this year.

Twitter is available on new Mac operating system

Published on 10/11/2019 @ 10 AM EST

Apple just released its most up-to-date operating system, macOS Catalina, and users can now download Twitter for Mac. Though Twitter had discontinued its previous Mac version. However, this new iteration is similar to the Twitter for iPad app.

Apple wants a 5G modem in new phones

Published on 10/11/2019 @ 10 AM EST

The company set a goal to create its own 5G modem for use in next-generation iPhones by 2022. Apple currently uses Qualcomm modems in its smartphones, but the company would like to develop its own technology.