New Apple software hits public beta, Raspberry Pi 4 debut
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public beta versions of Apple's iOS 13 iPad OS and Mac OS Catalina are now available for testing, but they're not the final versions that will launch later this fall.
iOS 13 brings new features like dark mode and sign in with Apple.
Well, iPad OS refreshes the software more geared towards a tablet.
Finally Mac OS Catalina will add compatibility for iPad apps and allow for iPads to be used as a second screen.
The Raspberry Pi 4 is here and we have its impressive list of specs.
The $35 pc now sports at 1.5 gigahertz quad core CPU Two USB 3 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth 5.0 and two micro HDMI out capable of driving to 4k displays.
A small case for the Pi 4 is also available for just $5.
ANd finally, Apple says that Spotify pays a 50% fee for only about 0.5% of its paid members.
Noting that Spotify isn't currently paying the top fee of 30% on any of its members at all.
Spotify opted out of Apple's inapp payment system in 2016 because of what it called unfair fees.
This is just the latest in what's been an extended fued between the two music streaming giants.
A case that could wind up playing a role in the way Apple allows for payment.
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