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Apple joins Wireless Charging Consortium, fuels speculation on new iPhones

Every move Apple makes is a seismic one in the industry and usually a hint of things to come or a glimpse on what the company is working on next. Apple has reportedly joined the Wireless Charging Consortium, lending credence to the possibility that upcoming iPhones and possibly iPads will be able to use wireless charging technology.

While wireless charging has been available for smartphones for a long time now, Apple has resisted in putting the technology in its iOS devices. Although the Apple Watch has always been charged using an inductive charger, iPhones and iPads have solely relied on Lightning connectors.

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Google adds more editing capabilities to Docs on mobile

Google Docs users on both Android and iOS are getting a bunch of new features to use. Starting off with Android, users can now drag and drop text anywhere in a document, insert as well as edit headers and footers, and get a bunch of new photo editing tools. These new tools include the ability to move, rotate, and resize images within the app as well as fixing text wrapping and border style of a photo.

Meanwhile, those on iOS also get the ability to insert headers and footers as well as add page numbers within the header or footer. iOS users will also be able to change the color, size, and orientation of a Google Docs page. On top of that, Google Sheets users on iOS get to insert and edit a variety of borders within the app. Updates are rolling out now to both Google Play Store and Apple App Store.


Shazam makes it easier to identify unknown songs on Android

While the new Shazam update brings features to both Android and iOS. Android users seem to be getting more out of the deal this time. Android Nougat users specifically get a new firm-press shortcut that’ll instantly “shazam” songs for you—meaning it’ll start to identify the song you want it, too. As for other Android users and iOS users, you can now scan “Shazam Codes” with your phone’s camera. These will come in handy when you spot Shazam-branded codes out in the wild—everything from products to magazine ads. These’ll bring some “augmented reality experiences” to you. There’s a bug fix for the iOS version that messes with Shazam’s ability to identify songs when music is playing from another app.

Source: SlashGear


Apple tests out ‘Find My AirPods’ feature on iOS

Now it’s becoming clear why Apple banned a certain app built to help find its wireless earbuds. Apple is building the feature into iOS. The latest beta version of the mobile operating system now has the “Find My AirPods” feature. It’ll help you locate the misplaced AirPods in a few ways: it’ll either ping them via Bluetooth, within a range of around five to 10 feet, to a device connected to the same iCloud account the AirPods are registered; or show you a map where the AirPods were last connected via Bluetooth; or the app can make the AirPods play a sound. If you’re using the beta version of iOS, you should have access to this feature and hopefully won’t ever lose your AirPods again.

Source: Quartz