Thursday was not one more day for the technology industry as two giants presented news regarding their smartphones. Is about Manzana and Huawei, who launched the new iOS 13 and the first model without the services of Google, respectively.
The Manzanita brand enabled a new update to the devices operating system iPhone (iOS 13).
Among other innovations, they promise faster performance, ease to view your photos, optimization in the opening of apps, and faster in the Face ID authentication system.
However, the highest expectation is in the dark mode, which can be activated at a specific time or at sunset, and brings a color scheme that is applied to the entire system and to all native apps to deliver a visualization. Optimal in low light environments.
In addition, the system update will integrate almost all the photo editing tools also for video editing. Users of iPhone They will be able to rotate, crop or apply filters to their videos directly from the photos application.
The iPhones Who will be able to access the iOS 13 update are the following: iPhone SE; iPhone 6s; iPhone 6s Plus; iPhone 7; iPhone 7 Plus; iPhone 8; iPhone 8 Plus; iPhone X; iPhone Xs; iPhone Xs Max; iPhone XR; and the iPod Touc
In respect of Huawei, presented its first model without the services of Google in what represents a clear message in the middle of the trade war that the company is currently waging with U.S.
In this case, the presentation was of two new smartphones, the Mate 30 and the Mate 30 Pro. None of them will have the Google Play Store pre-installed, but according to CEO Richard Yu, users will be able to access a catalog of more than 11,000 applications.
Although this is striking for many users, it is not for the company, since in China the services of Google They are not allowed, so they offer their users what they call Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), instead of Google Mobile Services (GMS).