Try as you might, you can’t find an Android handset that comes close to the iPhone SE.
And this is a real problem for Google and the whole Android ecosystem.
The first obstacle is the power. The A13 Bionic processor is a powerhouse. It blows out of the water the Snapdragon 865 chip found in high-end handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra in benchmark tests such as Geekbench 5.
The rumors are true: Apple has made a 16-inch MacBook Pro. To answer some of your likeliest questions: Yes, it’s fast; no, it’s not as big or as heavy as you think; no, there’s still no SD card reader and yes, there’s a new keyboard (hooray!). And, yes, I like it. Quite a lot.
Today, Apple released iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, and tvOS 13.2 for supported iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV devices. The company also released a minor update labeled iOS 12.4.3 for iPhones and iPads that saw end-of-support with last month’s iOS 13 release.
If you’ve been a fan of the Mac during the past decade, you’ve probably felt like a kid who had been an only child until their parents surprised everyone by having a baby late in life. But, this wasn’t just any new baby. The little wunderkind went on to become a straight-A student, a sports star and a decent human being loved by everyone in the community. Every once in a while, people remember that the kid has an older sibling — who they admit is pretty cool, too. That’s the Mac.
One of the new features that will arrive with iOS 13 next month is support for a mouse. It should help push the iPad closer to being a true laptop replacement for many users, but YouTuber Napabar found an even better use for the feature: upgrading his iPhone X with both an original Macintosh computer and mouse.