iOS 14.5 will be launched in a few weeks, may mean new products this month

The big question is whether Apple will unveil new products in April:

Is it April 12? Everything is ready for new products this month

As we have already reported references to 120Hz have appeared in the tvOS 14.5 beta code, and now Tim Cook reveals, in that same interview he said he would probably give up within ten years, that the OS update with iPhone + Apple Watch unlocking with a mask, will happen in a few weeks.

This strengthens the theory about new products that will be revealed maybe a week before the new versions are launched for not only Apple TV, but also iPhone and iPad Pro. The latter is rumored to be upgraded this month with the A14X chipset.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman believes that Apple will reveal its AR / VR project in a few months – will WWDC be the scene?

We do not know the source, so this one with a pinch of salt, but this is circulating on Chinese forums:

Mark Zuckerberg is pissed at Apple

At the same time as iOS 14.5 (with battery upgrades for the iPhone 11 series) is approaching, Apple is making it abundantly clear to developers that they must support the new privacy policy, which means that apps must allow users to say no to tracking – precisely this has made Facebook look red, and believes that the change will hurt small companies. Tim Cook believes that everyone has the right to ask not to be tracked, and refuses to change the terms after a Facebook campaign against the new feature.

Is the iMac Apple Silicon and new design being upgraded this month?

This is what Apple says about the iOS 14.5 privacy changes

“Make sure your apps are ready for iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5 and tvOS 14.5. With the upcoming launch, all apps must use the AppTrackingTransparency framework to request the user’s permission to track them or access the device’s advertising identifier.

Unless you get permission from the user to enable tracking, your device’s ad identification value will contain only zeros and you will not be able to track them.

When submitting your app for review, any other form of tracking – such as by name or email address – must be reported on the product page’s App Store page. Privacy information is only performed if permission has been granted through AppTrackingTransparency.

You must also include a purpose string in the system prompt to explain why you want to track the user, according to the ‌App Store‌ review guideline 5.1.2

These requirements apply to all apps from the public release of iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5 and tvOS 14.5.

As a reminder, it is still a violation of the Apple Developer Program License Agreement to collect device and user data for the purpose of creating a unique representation of a user. ”


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