This week was once again dense on the side of new technologies. It started strong with Apple’s WWDC 2022, but let’s also not forget the Zipforce One bike electrification kit and the demise of Android Auto that continues on smartphones.
Apple’s WWDC 2022 full of announcements
We closely followed Apple’s conference dedicated to developers, the famous WWDC 2022. We were also on site to cover the event and introduce you to Apple Park, the giant Californian headquarters of the Apple firm. , and get to grips with the all-new MacBook Air M2.
Because yes, the Apple M2 chip was presented with great fanfare. WWDC 2022 also gave us a first official preview of iOS 16, which notably features a customizable locked screen. We have also listed the list of smartphones compatible with iOS 16.
Let’s also mention the presentations of watchOS 9, iPadOS 16 or even macOS Ventura. On the other hand, contrary to expectations, Apple did not give any real information on its augmented reality projects.
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A kit to transform your mechanical bike into an electric bike
649 euros. This is the price of the Zipforce One electrification kit. This allows you to transform your mechanical bike into an electric bike. The product is launched all over Europe and thanks to a system to clip on the back of the two-wheeler, you will be able to drive at a top speed of 25 km/h.
Android Auto is preparing to leave smartphones
Android Auto on smartphones is gradually disappearing. It was expected, because we know that the service is destined to give way to the driving mode of Google Assistant. Thus, users have even started to see a message on the application warning them that Android Auto for mobile “will soon no longer be available“.
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