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It’s Saturday, and as such, it’s time for our weekly review of current events in the world of Apple. Current events and more than that, because this week we bring you a series of tutorials, resources and news that have gone unnoticed. The last seven days have given us a lot to talk about, the One more thing begins:
- Twelve South is a large manufacturer of accessories for Apple devices. But besides this, from time to time they bring out some of the most curious details. For example, in Soy de Mac they show us a series of wallpapers that they have published specially designed for use on two screens.
- You may be from Apple Music or Spotify, but if you happen to use Google Play to play music, you’re in luck, because as they say in Actualidad iPhone, the app now supports CarPlay.
- From Faq-Mac we learned an interesting news related to Apple and China. Apparently, the company is planning to open a new data center for iCloud in Guizhou. Needless to say, there are political issues here that force Apple to have the data of its users in the country.
- WhatsApp, perhaps the app you use most on your iPhone, will have an update soon. This update will allow us to play YouTube videos directly within the app, without having to leave them and can continue chatting while watching the video. All the details are in iOSMac.
- This will come in handy on vacation, iPadizate tells you how to connect to free Wi-Fi networks thanks to the Facebook app. But always remember to use a VPN, because free networks often involve the use of your data by third parties.
- We’ve seen Steve Jobs’ books, we’ve seen Steve Jobs’ movies, but… an opera? That’s what we were missing, and as they tell us in Applesencia, this very Saturday an opera dedicated to the founder of Apple will be premiered.
- If you have an original Apple Watch and it suffers some problem, when you take it to repair it, Apple may replace it directly with an Apple Watch Series 1.
- Finally, let’s finish with an interesting reflection on the evolution of multitasking in iOS. It is true that it has had a significant development with iOS 11 on the iPad, but perhaps it is not enough.