What’s New in iOS 14 (and iPadOS 14): Our Full Feature Rundown

The iPhone’s software is getting a face-lift. The latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 14, is now available for download, and you’ll notice several visual tweaks when you first install it. Notably, your home screen looks very different, with an app library, widgets everywhere, and a new look for Siri. We’ve collected all the top upgrades you’ll find in iOS 14, along with some small changes, to help you make sense of it all.

All of these features are also available in iPadOS 14, the iPad’s operating system, which you can also install now. If you’re interested in all the new hardware Apple recently announced, check out this roundup.

How to Download iOS 14 and iPadOS 14

But first, you might be wondering how you’ll be able to install them. Anyone with an iPhone 6S or newer (that includes the 2016 iPhone SE) can download iOS 14 right

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El Septimo Cigars Launches Full Line of Premium Cigar Accessories

Premium Cigar Company Adds Luxury Accessories to its Portfolio

Los Angeles, CA, Sept. 15, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — El Septimo Cigars, a Younan Collection company, has launched its first full line of premium cigar accessories. The line is available worldwide through its retail website, as well as through select retailers. 

The full line of accessories includes marble and acrylic humidors, animal-inspired ceramic ashtrays part of The Safari Collection, rose gold and gold double-bladed guillotine cutters, double-jet torch lighters with built-in punchers, including a line of torch lighters specifically part of The Gilgamesh Collection, 4-in-1 puncher sticks, large and small travel tubes, and various El Septimo-related merchandise. El Septimo offers a one-year warranty on all lighters and cutters in the unlikely incident that a technical issue arises with one of its premium accessories. 

All accessories mimic the Art-Deco inspired colors and designs that El Septimo has been known to follow. Accessories

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NavePoint Introduces a Full Line of Swing Gate Wall-Mount Network Racks for Easy Access to Rack-Mounted Equipment, From All Sides

LIBERTYVILLE, Ill., Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — NavePoint, a manufacturer of reliable IT and A/V infrastructure components for contractors, installers, service providers and resellers, announces the introduction of Swing Gate Wall Mount Network Racks to their existing network racks and cabinets product line. The open frame racks incorporate a front swing gate feature that enables easy access to rear panels for servicing and management, especially in tight spaces, even after the rack is wall mounted.

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Consumer Reports Unmasks Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Mystique, Here’s The Upshot

The well-known and highly recognized evaluator of consumer products, Consumer Reports (CR), released on Friday an eagerly awaited review of Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) feature set, and the evocative title of the CR posted piece makes abundantly clear the results of the overarching assessment: “Tesla’s ‘Full-Self-Driving Capability’ Falls Short of Its Name” (the online posting also includes a quick-paced seven and a half minute video depicting the evaluation conducted).

For those that are already versed in self-driving tech, the assessment by CR is a welcome voice that adds more weight to the ongoing qualm by most such experts concerning Tesla and Elon Musk overpromising on what their so-called Full Self-Driving can currently do (see more at this link here).

It is one thing to overpromise in general, and it is something else altogether to overpromise when dealing with the

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Sony’s A7S is NOT the first Sony camera to have a full 4K HDMI output

RedShark/SonyAX100 Full HDMI output

Sony’s tiny 4K HandyCam supports a full 4K HDMI output that should be compatible with the upcoming Atomos Shogun 4K recorder – months before the A7S

Sony’s AX100 is one of the increasingily small group of new HandyCams to be released in the era of smartphone video. Small camcorders have to offer something special in order to avoid being absolutely trounced by the latest wave of smartphones.

The AX100 has 4K to distinguish itself, as well as a pretty good sensor and a respectable lens. But where really gets interesting is that it has a clean 4K HDMI output. Which means that you can use it with an external recorder.

Many thanks to EOS HD for drawing our attention to this. They noticed the clean HDMI output and tried it outputting the camera’s E to E image on a 4K TV, proving that it works.

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How To Photograph This Summer’s Comets, Meteor Showers And Full Moons

As comets, meteor showers, and full moons fill our night sky with beauty this summer, now’s the time for photography lovers to pull out their camera and perfect their skills. But capturing Earth’s light shows can be quite challenging. The moon looks like a blur, and those falling stars just appear black. That’s why I tapped Dakota Snider, the professional photographer for Mammoth Lakes Tourism. He has been shooting some stellar star photos throughout the Eastern Sierra the past few weeks—and I sat down with him to get his tips and tricks on nighttime photography even with a phone camera. Here’s what he had to say.

Wait For Optimal Conditions

“Clear and dark are the ideal conditions for night sky photographing,” said Snider. “You want the sky to be as dark as possible. Ideally, as close

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Ads over Mass. Right to Repair campaign full of misleading claims

There’s no question cars have become more complicated computers on four wheels.



a hand holding a cellphone: A car port that allows repair shops to access vehicle data. More vehicle data is being transmitted wirelessly.


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A car port that allows repair shops to access vehicle data. More vehicle data is being transmitted wirelessly.

And like the computers we all carry around in our pockets, many cars are transmitting data wirelessly now. Access to that data is really what Question 1 is about, but it’s hard to sort through the facts from the ads on the issue.

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An ad from the group opposing passing the Right to Repair bill says, “If question 1 passes in Massachusetts, anyone could access the most personal data stored in your vehicle.”

The language of the bill says this is for “mechanical data,” not personal data like from a GPS app, but that’s not to say there aren’t still questions about data security.

Auto manufacturers want to keep the data to themselves,

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Ads over Right to Repair campaign full of misleading claims

There’s no question cars have become more complicated computers on four wheels.And like the computers we all carry around in our pockets, many cars are transmitting data wirelessly now. Access to that data is really what Question 1 is about, but it’s hard to sort through the facts from the ads on the issue.An ad from the group opposing passing the Right to Repair bill says, “If question 1 passes in Massachusetts, anyone could access the most personal data stored in your vehicle.”The language of the bill says this is for “mechanical data,” not personal data like from a GPS app, but that’s not to say there aren’t still questions about data security.Auto manufacturers want to keep the data to themselves, while their ad says it’s a matter of personal safety. “The Federal Trade Commission warns your address could be paired with your garage codes to get easy access to … Read More

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