Google Stadia, iOS 14.3 available and more

We’ve had another week full of Apple news. Here we list the most important iPhone news.

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Google Stadia now available for iPhone and iPad

Google Stadia is now available on iOS and iPadOS. You can use the Google game service on an iPhone or iPad and connect a game controller if necessary. Google Stadia is still in beta: the service may therefore work a bit rickety. Curious about how you use the gaming service? Then read on quickly.

→ Read here how Google Stadia works for iPhone and iPad

iOS 14.3 now available with Apple ProRAW, AirPods Max support and more

Apple has released the last major iPhone update of the year. You can download iOS 14.3 now. Apple has also released iOS 12.5 so that older iPhones can use Coronamelder. The update introduces some new features, but also fixes some annoying bugs that iPhone users have been facing for a while now.

→ Read all about the new features of iOS 14.3

‘New AirPods look like AirPods Pro and will be released within six months’

AirPods Pro

The release of the AirPods 3 will take place within six months, according to Korean media. The earbuds would be about as expensive as the current AirPods, but with a new design. The information comes from The Elec. The South Korean claims to have spoken to anonymous sources who are aware of Apple’s plans for next year. Informants have said the company will release new AirPods in the first half of 2021. These earbuds would get the same design as the AirPods Pro.

→ Read more about the expected AirPods 3

Rumor: iPhone 13 gets more energy-efficient screen that is always on

iphone 13 Alwasy on display

Two of the four iPhone 13 models will have an OLED screen with an energy-efficient always on display, according to the Korean website The Elec. This technology may provide the new Apple phones with a smoother display. Sources from The Elec reported that the screens are a lot more technically advanced and energy efficient thanks to the use of so-called LTPO technology. The LTPO technology makes an always on display (AOD) possible, without too much negative effect on battery life.

→ Read more about the iPhone 13 rumor

AirPods Max teardown: headphones are more difficult to repair than competitors

AirPods Max teardown

iFixit is known for expertly disassembling Apple devices, and the AirPods Max is no exception. iFixit has dissected the AirPods Max and thus shows a unique look inside. The magnetic ear cups can also be removed by users themselves, but after that it gets tricky. Many parts of the headphones are attached with glue, which makes it difficult to repair them yourself if something is wrong.

→ Read more about the AirPods Max teardown

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