Apple Daily News 24: XCloud Gaming in iOS, Apple’s response to WhatsApp criticism, Future Apple Watch, and more

by Ashish

Welcome to RPRNA, in this article, we will cover all the latest news today about Apple. Check the top news about Apple below:

  • Apple responds to WhatsApp criticism
  • Xbox Cloud gaming coming to iOS next year
  • Apple engineer says AirPods Max development took 4 years
  • New Apple Watch ECG algorithm version in iOS 14.3 and watchOS 7.2
  • Tim Cook teases the future of Apple Watch
  • Apple bans Apps with X-Mode tracker

1. Apple responds to WhatsApp criticism

Facebook’s WhatsApp app, accused Apple of adopting double standards on its privacy labels. Following this allegation, Apple has responded to WhatsApp that its new requirements for App Store privacy information will also apply to all iOS apps, including pre-installed apps for its own iPhone. Read more here

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2. Xbox Cloud gaming coming to iOS next year

Microsoft has recently announced that its cloud-based gaming subscription service is coming to iOS in spring 2021. The Game Pass will not be coming to iOS via an app but it will be available via the web browser. Read more here

3. Apple engineer says AirPods Max development took 4 years

Apple recently announced the AirPods Max overhead earphones and now the tweet of Apple’s former engineer suggests that Apple has been working on these headphones for four years. Read more here

4. New Apple Watch ECG algorithm version in iOS 14.3 and watchOS 7.2

According to the developer documentation for iOS 14.3 and watchOS 7.2 betas, Apple designed a new algorithm that Apple Watch will use to measure the electrocardiogram (ECG) waves. Read more here

5. Tim Cook teases the future of Apple Watch

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook in an interview with Outside Magazine’s Micheal Robert discussed companies’ plans for the future Apple Watch. To know more click here

6. Apple bans Apps with X-Mode tracker

Both Apple and Google this week told developers that they need to remove X-Mode Social tracking software from all of their apps or risk a ban. Both the companies are aiming to prevent X-Mode Social from collecting location information from smartphones after it became clear that the company has provided data to U.S. defense contractors. Read more here

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