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iOS 17 drops support for the iPhone 8 and X



clockwork, Apple will release the latest operating systems for its various products this fall. And, as ever, the company will leave some older generations of its devices by the wayside. 

If you’re still clinging onto an iPhone 8 (that thing was great, so I don’t blame you), iPhone 8 Plus or an iPhone X, you won’t be able to update it to iOS 17. In other words, your iPhone will need to have an A12 Bionic or later chip to install the new OS.

If you have an iPhone XR, XS, XS Max, iPhone SE (second-gen) or later, you’ll have access to features including Live Voicemail transcripts, the StandBy display mode and, at ducking last, better autocorrect.

Apple is adding customizable lock screens, the Health app, interactive widgets and much more to the iPad. Unfortunately, folks using a fifth-generation iPad or the first-gen 12.9-inch iPad Pro will not be able to install iPadOS 17. The following tablets will be supported:

  • iPad (6th generation and later) 
  • iPad mini (5th generation and later)
  • iPad Air (3rd generation and later)
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation and later)
  • 10.5-inch iPad Pro
  • 11-inch iPad Pro (1st generation and later)

As for Apple Watch users, there’s some good news. Apple is continuing to support all devices that run watchOS 9.

If you have an Apple Watch Series 4 or later, you’ll be able to use watchOS 10, which places more focus on widgets. There are upgrades to the Cycling and Compass apps, along with a slew of other updates.

Widgets are also coming to the Mac via macOS Sonoma. Along with other features, the desktop and laptop operating systems will feature a new Game Mode that prioritises CPU and GPU performance to deliver higher framerates for every game. The following Macs will support macOS Sonoma:

  • iMac (2019 and later)
  • Mac Pro (2019 and later)
  • iMac Pro (2017)
  • Mac Studio (2022 and later)
  • MacBook Air (2018 and later)
  • Mac Mini (2018 and later)
  • MacBook Pro (2018 and later)

Last year’s big update, macOS Ventura, was compatible with the 2017 and later iMac, 2019 and later Mac Pro, 2017 iMac Pro, 2018 and later Mac mini, 2018 and later MacBook Air, 2017 and later MacBook and 2017 and later MacBook Pro.

Last but not least, tvOS 17 will finally bring FaceTime to Apple TV. Other new features include a way to find a misplaced remote with the help of your iPhone. The operating system will be available on Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD.

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Meet Daniel Awurah, the ambitious CEO impacting Ghana’s Tech space



Daniel started Zelus, a tech company in his early years in the university with some brilliants minds across some universities in the eastern region. He later rose to become the SRC President of his university (Ghana Technology University College Koforidua Campus)
making remarkable strides in Eastern region of Ghana as a young tech entrepreneur. Daniel Awurah is a young entrepreneur and the CEO of Zelus technologies, a leading
software development company in Ghana.

The company has since grown into serving brands around the globe( Australia, USA,Norway, United Kingdom, UAE, Nigeria etc.) providing smart solutions to established brands and startups through technology.
Zelus technologies has provided direct and indirect employment through the development and use of its strategic solutions and softwares providing lasting excitement and value to their customers
for a young brand, zelus technologies continues to touch various sectors of the economy with its in-depth knowledge in technology and their remarkable problem solving approach.
Enabling the company to become a trusted technological partner for its clients. Daniel has taken the lead in building software/ web platforms such as :
Desserts to door : A mobile app that connects desserts lovers to local vendors.
edify LMS : A 360 education platform for Ghanaian schools.
accrashortstays : An online short stays booking platform for travelers.
Hostely : A hostel platform for students in Ghana.
Salesmaster ; A powerful POS system for shops and businesses.

Daniel Awurah serves on boards of several start-ups and established brands with the aim to
provide strategic guidance, and drive growth and success for these organizations.
Daniel, is on a journey to grow start ups from acorns to oaks. He is passionate about
transforming leaders to become agents of a positive change on the African Continent.
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WhatsApp introduces ‘Chat Lock’ feature to enhance user privacy and security



WhatsApp, the popular messaging platform, is taking steps to bolster user privacy and security with the introduction of its latest feature, “Chat Lock.”

Acknowledging the importance of safeguarding intimate conversations, WhatsApp aims to provide users with an added layer of protection for their sensitive messages.

By implementing the Chat Lock feature, WhatsApp offers a heightened level of security, ensuring that confidential conversations remain private and inaccessible to unauthorised individuals.

This development further emphasizes WhatsApp’s commitment to maintaining the privacy and trust of its vast user base.

WhatsApp New Privacy Feature

According to the reports, the new feature will also hide notifications related to the private chats. To access the messages users have to enter the device password or biometric information.

In its official blog post unveiling the new feature, WhatsApp expressed its belief that the Chat Lock functionality would prove beneficial to individuals who occasionally share their phones with family members or find themselves in situations where someone else is holding their phone precisely when an important or confidential conversation takes place.

The messaging platform anticipates that the feature will enhance user experience by providing an additional level of security and peace of mind in such scenarios.

The messaging app has also shared a video revealing how the new feature will work and how users can take advantage of it. WhatsApp has made a commitment to expand the capabilities of the Chat Lock feature in the upcoming months. Users can expect a range of new options, including the ability to lock chats on companion devices and the option to create a personalized password specifically for locked chats, separate from their phone password.

This enhancement will provide users with more flexibility and control over their privacy settings. Furthermore, it’s worth noting that the Chat Lock feature will be accessible on both iOS and Android platforms, ensuring a consistent and secure experience across different operating systems.

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