Apple released third iOS 13 patch within a week

Apple released third iOS 13 patch within a week 750 445 wp-admin

Apple surprised its customers by releasing new build within a week after launching iOS 13. This new build iOS 13.1.2 which will hopefully bring down the number of bugs down to minimum level. The iOS 13.1.2 update provides bug fixes for several issues including problem with camera, iCloud backup, and battery drainage issues.

                The iOS 13.1.2 update notes states fixes major bugs including flashlight, Bluetooth connectivity problem, and camera not working. This build also addresses the issue with shortcuts and stalled iCloud progress bar and also addresses the issues of on iPadOS. The Camera not working on iPhone 11 just after its release would cause a great problem for Apple that’s why apple rushed into the new release to address these bugs as soon as possible.  

Previously iOS 13.1.1 update fixed a security issue which allowed third party keyboards to operate as they are given user permission when they had not given. That is not a just small issues because it allowed external actors to steal data and it was the basic reason the update was hurried out. Also a main issues is patched with this update where iPhone battery drained more quickly. These patches have served iOS user with great ease from worries of Apps not working and consecutive encounters of flaws in device performance.

Google developed an application for car crash detection

Google developed an application for car crash detection 783 391 wp-admin

Google’s Pixel phones will soon be able to detect car accidents. The company is currently developing a new app called “Personal Safety”, which will be capable of figuring out when a user is involved in a crash and automatically alert first respondents as well as emergency contacts on their behalf.

                As per “XDA Developers”, which originally spotted the Play Store listing that Google published prematurely, Personal Safety will rely on a number of factors to work. Additionally to the speed changes of a vehicle abruptly coming to a halt and location data, the app will listen to “ambient audio” from the microphone to supposedly stay on the lookout for harsh noises such as collisions.

Personal Safety establishes that a car crash has occurred, it sounds a loud alarm and waits for a response from you for a few seconds. If you fail to dismiss the alert and select the “I’m OK” option, the app will call 1125 and share your location info. Personal Safety can inform your close contacts and place your emergency details such as medical data on the lock screen for first responders.

Personal Safety has a plenty of other handy features. One of them allows you to ring 1122 and silently send them your location and emergency type by pressing an automated button. The option can prove useful in critical events such as robberies and uncomfortable taxi rides

                Personal Safety app is expected to debut on October 15 during Google’s annual hardware event. The Play Store listing suggests it will be limited to the United States and Google’s own line of phones, at least initially.