In the “Spring Loaded” event, Apple announced that a purple iPhone 12 will arrive later this month. Apple defines it as the color of spring. The new color is only applicable to iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini, and does not involve Pro models.
In terms of price, the
- iPhone 12 mini purple 64GB version is priced at 699 US dollars ,
- The 128GB version is priced at 749 US dollars , and
- The 256GB version is priced at 849 US dollars.
- The iPhone 12 purple 64GB version is priced at 799 US dollars ,
- The 128GB version is priced at 849 US dollars , and
- The 256GB version is priced at 949 US dollars .
Apple announced that iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5
will be available to the public in the last week of April. The new iPad Pro and AirTag tracking accessories are pre-installed with this version. iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 will also be the recently released AirTag tracking devices. The minimum software version required.
The iOS 14.5 update is the most important version in the iOS 14 cycle.
It is characterized by the ability to use Apple Watch as an auxiliary authentication method for Face ID, application tracking transparent privacy function, and support for tracking AirTags and third-party items in Find My.
Apple Maps, Apple News and Podcast applications, and other more small features.
It is worth mentioning that after Apple’s spring new product launch,
Apple began to push the latest iOS 14.5/iPadOS 14.5 RC preview candidate, the version number is 18E199, close to the official version of iOS 14.5, and Apple will release the official version next week.
The new version of the iOS 14.5 operating system will be launched to users, and privacy collection and disclosure will be mandatory for software developers to implement.
This time, it is a one-time practice to require App vendors to collect and disclose users’ privacy.
In the future, when users install software, if the software collects the privacy of a certain iOS device user’s Internet activities by “across multiple company software and websites”, they must first obtain the user’s consent. Some experts in the Internet advertising industry said that this warning message popped up by Apple’s iOS system will prompt many users to refuse to provide permission.