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Apple Releases Updates for iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch, HomePod, tvOS, and Macbooks

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first_img– Advertisement – The watchOS 7.1 update adds support for ECG on Apple Watch Series 4 or later in the Republic of Korea and Russia. These regions also get support for irregular heart rhythm notifications. It fixes an issue with the Apple Watch not being able to unlock the Mac. watchOS 7.1 also brings the notification for when the audio level may be getting too high.With HomePod and tvOS software update 14.2, users can now pair two HomePods on an Apple TV to get stereo and surround sound with Dolby Atmos. There are several bug fixes as well.Lastly, macOS Catalina 10.15.7 supplemental update has been released. It brings a host of security updates including a memory corruption issue (CVE-2020-27930), a type confusion issue (CVE-2020-27932), and a memory initialization issue (CVE-2020-27950).- Advertisement – iOS 12.4.9 brings important security updates to older iPhone models. This is for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad mini 2 and 3, and iPod touch (6th generation)iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation), and iPad Pro 11-inch’s (2nd generation) magnifier can now detect people nearby and the LiDAR sensor can show their distance. Support for iPhone 12 Leather Sleeve with MagSafe has been added as well.Additionally, iPadOS 14.2 brings Auto FPS and Scene Detection in the Camera app for better video and photo quality. There are several bug fixes as well including a Camera viewfinder bug which made it appear black when launched, Lock Screen keyboard missing touches, issues with Photos widget, and many more.- Advertisement – Apple has released software updates for its iPhones and iPads, smartwatch, HomePod, tvOS, and laptops. iPhones get iOS 14.2 and older models have received iOS 12.4.9. Apple Watch models have got watchOS 7.1, HomePod and tvOS get software version 14.2, and macOS gets Catalina 10.15.7 supplemental update. There are a lot of improvements and big fixes in the iOS updates while watchOS 7.1 brings ECG functionality to additional regions, along with other features. The HomePod update brings enhanced home theatre support along with various bug fixes.The iOS and iPadOS updates are available for iPhone 6s and later, iPod touch 7th generation, iPad Air 2 and later, and iPad mini 4 and later. iOS 14.2 brings more than 100 new emoji, eight new wallpapers in both light and dark versions, notifications for headphone audio level that shows alerts when the volume could impact hearing. Additionally, there are new AirPlay controls, intercom support with HomePod and HomePod mini, and users can now connect HomePod to Apple TV 4K to get stereo, Dolby Atmos audio, and surround sound.- Advertisement – Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.last_img read more

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19-year Sunman defense attorney moves to the other side, in Dearborn County

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first_imgVersailles, In. — Sunman attorney, John Watson has announced his intention to take a job as deputy prosecutor in Dearborn County. Ripley County prosecutor Ric Hertel expressed great respect for Watson and forwarded his thoughts to WRBI News.This week marks the end of an era in the Ripley County criminal justice system.  After spending 19 years across the courtroom from an adversary and a rival John Watson, an attorney from Sunman, has accepted a position in the Dearborn County Prosecutor’s Office as a deputy prosecutor, and will leave criminal defense work.For those in our community who don’t know, John has represented more criminal defendants than any other attorney in the Ripley County criminal justice system during my tenure as prosecuting attorney.  Over the years, I’ve prosecuted and he’s defended countless misdemeanors and felonies in our courts.  We haven’t always agreed and our clients had differing interests most every time.  However, we always had an amicable and professional relationship even in the factually and legally difficult cases, the worst of the worst.   John took the tough cases and the not so tough cases handling appointments throughout this entire time period for those who could not afford to hire their own attorney.  He made sure that Constitutional Rights were protected and that everyone had their guaranteed protections met.Over the years I have tried many cases and handled thousands of others.  A good percentage of those had John Watson’s fingerprints all over them.  He fought hard, but he fought fair.  In our time together his word was his bond, and I am grateful for that.  I will miss seeing him across the courtroom from me but maybe someday we’ll prosecute a case together and sit at the same counsel table.  I think we’d be a tough team to beat.  So long my friend, I wish you the best.  Ripley County will miss you.last_img read more

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Pellegrini rumours upset Mancini

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first_img “If it is true I am stupid because I didn’t understand anything. You have been speaking about this for the last six months, and also the last two weeks. It is too much. The club didn’t stop this. I don’t think that was correct. I don’t think it is true.” Mancini spoke at length with chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak before the game, although he insists his future was not mentioned. “I have a four-year contract, not one,” he said. “There is no reason for me to ask. Do you think the chairman told me not to worry before the game? How many teams did better than us this year? Manchester United. Swansea, I don’t think anyone else.” Mancini repeated his mantra that City’s problems date back to the summer, when he is adamant they failed to move quickly enough in the transfer market, losing out on Robin van Persie in particular. “Our target at the start of the season was to try and win the Premier League,” he said. “But our mistake started in the last market. We didn’t do enough to improve our team. After winning the Premier League, the second year is more difficult. “Then maybe you don’t get the Champions League. You can have a bad season. We had problems because we lost some players. We lost Yaya (Toure) for a month. We had a lot of problems this season. “Every manager takes the responsibility. That is normal. But I don’t think last year, when Manchester United lost the Premier League and didn’t play in the FA Cup final they had all the discussion we did.” Press Association City have pointedly not rejected claims that have emerged from Spain that Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini will replace Mancini in the summer. With a distant second-place finish in the Barclays Premier League to Manchester United and yet another group stage exit in the Champions League, it is hard for Mancini to claim progress has been made this season. And that was before the FA Cup final defeat to Wigan Athletic, who were 8-1 underdogs prior to kick-off, but were the better side and grabbed a last-minute victory thanks to Ben Watson’s header. It piles the pressure on Mancini, who said: “If we find out in a week the things you say are not true, you have written a lot of stupid things in the last six months and more in the last two weeks.” center_img Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes he will find out in a week whether it is he or the people who have been telling him he is heading for the exit door who are stupid.last_img read more

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After a slow start, Angels’ Blake Parker is back to his comfort zone: proving himself

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first_imgANAHEIM — Turns out that Blake Parker’s slow start this year might have been indirectly related to his outstanding season last year.Parker had never come into a spring training with a guaranteed job and expectations. He’d always been the guy trying to win a spot, trying to make a name for himself.For as much as he insisted that he was keeping the same mindset this spring, he now concedes that it might not have worked.“Maybe I wasn’t completely ready like I should be,” he said on Friday. “I’m going to take it like a lesson.” Sign up for Home Turf and get 3 exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.In his first eight games, he gave up nine hits and four walks in seven innings, with an ERA of 6.43. In the next nine games, he gave up 10 hits and two walks in 11 innings, with an ERA of 1.64.“I think it just took me just working on one thing every day and finally putting it all together and having a few good outings in a row and using that to build off,” Parker said. “And having a couple zeroes helps your mentality.”Parker’s underdog mentality was perhaps best demonstrated last year by the fact that he lived all season in a recreational vehicle, which he bought so it would be easy to go between the minors and majors. This year, with a new baby, he arranged for more traditional housing.If the poor start had gone on too long, Parker quipped, he might have had to go back to the RV: “That would have been the next step.”TROPEANO’S TURNNick Tropeano passed the tests of his two bullpen sessions this week, so he is expected to come off the disabled list to start on Saturday.He will have missed the minimum 10 days with what the team described as shoulder inflammation. Tropeano never stopped throwing while he was on the disabled list, which gives the impression that the Angels were using the short DL stint for roster management.The Angels will need to make another roster move to create a spot for Tropeano. Given how well Jaime Barría has pitched, it seems unlikely he’d go back down for the third time. The Angels could then finally have six starters on the active roster at once, a configuration they’ve had for just one day all season.ALSOBlake Wood (elbow impingement) had his second bullpen session on Friday. Manager Mike Scioscia said he’ll be evaluated, but it’s possible his next step could be a rehab assignment. …Albert Pujols got the day off on Friday, so Shohei Ohtani hit cleanup for the second time.UP NEXTAngels (Nick Tropeano, 1-2, 3.42) vs. Twins (Kyle Gibson, 1-1, 3.49), Saturday, 6 p.m., Fox Sports West, KLAA (830 AM)Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Mike Trout, with bat and glove, helps Angels end losing streak Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Clippers, Mavericks brace for the unknown in Game 4 Veteran players often discount the results in spring training, because they are simply getting ready for opening day. For Parker, this was the first spring that he had the luxury of doing that.He thinks maybe that position didn’t suit him.“I just need to come in and go with what got me here, instead of just trying to get ready for opening day,” he said. “That’s not a routine that I’m used to. … I hate to call it my comfort zone, but that’s where I’ve been my whole career. I’ve never been a big name guy. I’ve always prided myself on proving myself.”Parker, a 32-year-old who had never spent an entire season in the majors before posting a 2.54 ERA in 2017, was careful to say he didn’t blame his poor start on the way he approached spring training, just that it was something different.There have also been mechanical issues that he’s been working to iron out throughout the first month of the season, he said.last_img read more

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