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Recap: the 7 articles you shouldn’t miss this week

A new week full of Apple news has just ended. Today is a day of rest, but also synonymous with taking stock of the past seven days. Some of you may not necessarily have the time to read us every day from morning to evening, so you could greatly benefit from a summary of the week mentioning the most read articles over the period.

This is precisely what we offer you here. Here are the unmissable articles of the week, to read or reread on, or in the appand of course to comment.

The unmissable of the last 7 days

Special mention for our guide to installing the Delta game console emulator on your iPhone.

Other recent news, to go even further

The sources are in English in the majority of cases.

  • Ecosia, the search engine that plants trees, unveils its browser for Mac, iPhone, Android and Windows (source)
  • wants to replace the iPhone’s Camera app, and it’s quite successful (source)
  • If you have an Xbox at home, you can now watch movies and series for free on the Apple TV+ streaming platform (source)
  • Instapaper has been updated (source)
  • The Downtown Montreal Apple Store is moving to a historic location (source)
  • More than two hundred and fifty three-dimensional movies are available for the Apple Vision Pro, according to its manufacturer (source)
  • The Big Cigara new series from Apple TV+, has a trailer (source)
  • Why is piracy still so popular compared to streaming platforms? (source)
  • Jim Cramer thinks the Apple Vision Pro has a very bright future (source)
  • New features for the Vivaldi browser with version 6.7 (source)
  • End-to-end encryption, integration with Microsoft Teams and one with Copilot are coming to the online storage of the Dropbox app (source)
  • ClearVPN changes its design (source)
  • Reflect Notes overshadows the iPhone’s Notes app, thanks to artificial intelligence (source)
  • Google Tasks will finally be integrated into reminders created from the Google Keep note-taking app (source)

Finally, don’t miss our recap of the previous week.

Mark Tyson
Mark Tyson
Freelance News Writer. Always interested in the way in which technology can change people's lives, and that is why I also advise individuals and companies when it comes to adopting all the advances in Apple devices and services.


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