Google ditches Android dessert code names, iPhone may go Pro
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For years Google has code named versions of it's Android operating system using names of desserts.
This year the desserts are finished.
Google says this release of Android will simply use the version number and be called Android 10.
The company says the change makes the release simpler for the global audience.
Bloomberg has a report detailing upcoming Apple products.
First up is the new iPhone.
Expect 3 models.
The 10S and a 10S Max would be replaced by pro models.
The iPhone pro devices would have camera improvements to take wide angle pics and videos along with better low lief photography.
Te report also says Apple is working on a new MacBook Pro with a 16 inch Screen.
The Notebook would feature smaller bezzles around the display so the new 16 inch MacBook Pro would be similar in physical size to the current 15 inch models.
Sticking with Apple, the company posted a support page that explains how to take care of it's new credit card.
Since the Apple card is made of titanium.
Apple warns against placing it's card near other credit cards to avoid scratches.
The company also says that some fabrics, like leather and denim, may cause permanent discoloration of the white finish.
Apple card is now available in the US using the wallet app.
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