News: 🕷This summer, Google will open its first physical store❗ will it succeed ❓❗ Apple HomePod does not support lossless audio!…🔥

21.05.2021 at 05.00 pm

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Google revealed today that its first-ever physical retail store will open this summer in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood.

The new Google Store in Chelsea, according to Google, will be a place where consumers can get hands-on experience with our devices and services.

Customers can search and purchase a wide variety of Google items, including Pixel phones, Nest gadgets, Fitbit watches, and Pixelbooks, in the Google Store, or they can shop online and pick up their orders in the store.

Visitors will also see how Google’s goods and services fit together in a series of engaging ways in the retail store, which Google can reveal when the doors open.

Google also has specialists on hand to help users make the best out of their smartphones, such as troubleshooting, replacing a faulty panel, and assisting in installations.

The organization said in a statement that « our team will provide you with unique and personalized assistance for your needs, whether you are a lifelong Pixel customer, are curious about our Nest screens, or want to partake in one of our year-round led workshops. »

In the past, Google considered entering physical retailing after experimenting with pop-up shops where users can browse new items as they are first launched, as well as creating micro environments inside Best Buy stores.

Apart from these minor encounters, it previously preferred to rely on its website for product sales or market it across traditional distribution outlets to demonstrate its hardware and services.

Google is trailing in the footsteps of Apple, which recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of its first retail store in Tysons Corner, Virginia, by launching an immersive room where customers can check out the company’s goods and receive assistance from store experts.

However, such a strategy is not without risk, since Microsoft has tried to build an environment around its brand by opening a chain of stores around the world devoted to displaying its goods and services.

Microsoft, on the other hand, announced in the summer of 2020 that it will close or re-employ all of its shops.

The Google Store is located inside Google’s Chelsea headquarters, and holds many of the company’s 11,000 employees.

Google has a 20-year presence in New York, and the company stated that the store is a « natural continuation » of the company’s long-standing commitment to the region.

🕷 With my Uncle Google too, 🙊 So, Google is experimenting with a new feature for the Google Chrome browser on Android that encourages users to monitor websites in order to keep track of new content they post.

The functionality is built on RSS, an open source web standard that has served as the foundation for many common web tools in the past, including the defunct Google Reader.

Since the abrupt death of Google Reader eight years ago, Google is once again embracing RSS.

The test is limited, and watchable pages will be available to those Chrome Canary users in the United States only (the developer version of Google Chrome that gives access to experimental features).

Updates are compiled into a card-based feed that shows when users open a new page, and users can follow the pages from their search menu.

While this is only a test, it’s important for users that aren’t acquainted with RSS since it allows you to keep track of new material from your favorite websites, journals, and podcasts in a customized feed.

For a long time, tools that used these extracts were very common, but they were blocked for a variety of reasons.

The death of RSS is seen by many as a watershed moment for the internet, as decentralized, chronological feeds have been replaced by immersive algorithms for social media behemoths.

Google’s Adrienne Porter Felt tweeted that the following feed uses RSS and that the organization is developing it to satisfy the needs of users, and that the function mostly uses RSS to pull links from websites, although it may still use the crawler to collect additional details.

Google is asking publishers, blogs, creatives, and internet users for feedback about how to keep their RSS feeds up to date so that Google Chrome can get the most recent material.

« Based on the open web standard RSS, » the company said, « we’re investigating ways to simplify the experience of having the new and best of your favorite websites directly in Google Chrome. »

Our vision is to help people interact directly with their favorite publishers and developers around the internet, she said.

The announcement follows Google’s annual I/O developer conference in 2021, where the company announced a slew of new apps, including the next versions of Android and Wear OS, as well as upgrades to videos, maps, and searches.

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Apple announces a slew of accessibility updates❗

🕷 Apple unveiled a slew of new and improved accessibility features for people with disabilities.

Customers may contact AppleCare and retail customer support via web browsers starting May 20 using the new SignTime interpreter service.

Later this year, software upgrades for iOS, watchOS, and iPadOS will improve Assistive Touch, VoiceOver, and support for listening and background voices.

The new SignTime app, which provides simultaneous remote translator access to American Sign Language, British Sign Language, and French Sign Language, is launching first in the United States, the United Kingdom, and France.

People may use the service to get interpretation without making a reservation at Apple stores.

With watchOS, people with peripheral disabilities may use Assistive Touch to use the Apple Watch without pressing the button.

According to Apple, the smart watch uses built-in sensors to track muscle contraction and tendon function, enabling users to monitor the cursor on the watch’s screen, answer calls, get alerts, and more by creating different motions and gestures.

Third-party eye monitoring systems are supported by IPadOS, allowing users with limited ability to shift the mouse and execute activities by making eye contact rather than pressing the button.

Additionally, Apple’s built-in screen reader, VoiceOver, is being revised to provide more image information.

According to Apple, the upgrade allows users to switch between images using text and spreadsheets by rows and columns, apply image labels using Markup, and describe people and objects in the images.

Apple now plans to provide two-way hearing aid assistance to its Made for iPhone hearing app.

Users will also upload their hearing test reports to Headphones Accommodations, which allows them to more conveniently adjust how the feature amplifies sounds and frequencies.

Apple also provides background sounds that can be mixed with machine and other sounds, such as balanced, light or dark noise, as well as ocean or rain sounds that can be tuned for constant playback and masking noisy stimuli, for those with anxious variety.

Apple now expects to use mouth sounds instead of actual buttons later this year, as well as customizing display configurations and text size in individual applications, and additional Memoji solutions for cochlear implants, breathing tubing, and soft helmets.

🕷 Too,✋ Apple is preparing to release a slew of new laptops and desktops with faster processors, new architectures, and better connectivity to external devices, accelerating the company’s efforts to replace Intel chips and circumvent rival computer makers.

The repair covers a wide range of Mac computers, including high-end MacBook Pro laptops, mass-market MacBook Air laptops, Mac Pro, iMac, and Mac mini desktop computers.

Early this summer, the updated MacBook Pro will be out, followed by the refurbished MacBook Air, the new low-cost MacBook Pro, and the new Mac Pro Workstation.

Apple is already focusing on a high-end Mac mini and a bigger iMac, all of which will feature internally developed processors that will outperform the existing M1 chips in terms of speed and capabilities.

The redesigned MacBook Pro will be available in 14 and 16-inch formats, with a redesigned chassis, a MagSafe magnetic charger, and additional ports for attaching discs and external devices.

Apple is now bringing back the HDMI port and the SD card slot, which were removed in previous versions, causing photographers to complain like Joker! 😂

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Apple started replacing Intel processors with the M1 chip last fall, which uses less power and allows Macs to run the same apps as mobile devices.

For routine activities and intensive jobs, such as video processing and programming, modern models of the processor now have more graphics, computing cores, and improved speeds.

Apple is preparing two separate chipsets for the upcoming MacBook Pro, codenamed Jade C-Chop and Jade C-Die.

The two chipsets have a total of ten computing cores, with 16 or 32 graphics cores.

High-performance cores handle more complex tasks, while energy-efficient cores operate at lower speeds to fulfill simple needs including web browsing and save battery power.

The latest processors vary from the M1 chip, which in the current 13-inch MacBook Pro has four high-performance cores, four energy-saving cores, and eight graphics cores.

The chipset can also hold up to 64GB of memory, compared to the M1’s limit of 16GB.

The latest chips include an upgraded Neural Engine that performs machine learning activities, as well as more Thunderbolt ports that enable users to synchronize data and link to external computers.

This is the first time that specialized Mac computers have internal main processors, and Apple has discontinued the sale of sophisticated MacBook Pro machines with Intel processors.

Apple is now working on a more compact Mac mini that will use the same new MacBook Pro chip which will have four ports and be more powerful than the latest M1 Mac Mini.

Buyers of the Mac Pro laptop, which will be released next year, will most likely be able to choose from two processors that are two to four times more powerful than the latest current MacBook Pro cpu.

Apple HomePod does not support lossless audio!

🕷 In June, Apple Music will support two new audio formats: spatial audio and lossless audio, but the HomePod and HomePod mini models will not support lossless audio, according to the information.

HomePod supports spatial audio, according to Apple’s website, although it’s uncertain if this covers the HomePod mini.

The Spatial Sound element, which is based on Dolby Atmos, is a 3D audio format that allows musicians to blend music so that the instruments seem to be everywhere around you.

The lossless audio function, on the other hand, applies to audio recordings that have been compressed without sacrificing overall quality, which can enhance the listening experience, but the distinction is not always clear.

Apple Music has two levels of lossless audio, including standard lossless audio up to 48 kHz and high-quality lossless audio between 48 kHz and 192 kHz.

The high-quality lossless sound standard necessitates additional devices, such as a USB digital-to-analogue converter, according to Apple.

Both Apple Music users will be able to use lossless spatial and audio capabilities for free starting in June on smartphones running iOS 14.6, iPadOS 14.6, macOS 11.4 and tvOS 14.6 or later.

Just in time for the feature’s launch, there should be a HomePod app update that adds spatial audio support.

The lossless audio option is available for about 20 million tracks at launch, with that amount expected to grow to 75 million by the end of the year. The spatial sound feature is available for thousands of tracks at launch, with more being introduced on a regular basis, while the lossless audio feature is available for about 20 million tracks at launch, with more being added on a regular basis.

In a related development, Apple’s AirPods Max noise-canceling headphones did not allow lossless streaming of music files at first.

Lossless audio is not accepted by any AirPods model, the AirPods Max wired listening mode only supports analog output sources, and the AirPods Max does not officially allow digital audio formats in wired mode, according to an Apple spokesperson.

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