Apple releases new MacBooks, WhatsApp adds new features and more

News Summary:

  • Garmin India has announced the launch of two of his smartwatches in his Instinct line of GPS-enabled multisport smartwatches. Starting prices for the new Garmin Instinct Crossover (Black) and Instinct Crossover Solar (Graphite) are Rs 55,990 and Rs 61,990 respectively. Features include health monitoring, activity tracking and 10 ATM (100 meters) water resistance. Tech giant Microsoft plans to invest another Rs 16,000 to set up three more of its own data centers in Hyderabad.

  • Apple announced new MacBook Pro models with a surprise release in January. The tech giant announced most of its launches at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June and at his special launch event in September. The new model will go on sale from January 24th. In other tech news, WhatsApp is working on releasing a new feature that will allow users to upload voice notes about their status. This feature is now rolling out to some of his Android WhatsApp beta his users. Other tech news to know about this week:

The company had previously proposed building three data centers in the city to bolster cloud infrastructure for Microsoft Azure customers. Instant messaging app WhatsApp has introduced a new voice status update feature in Android Beta. This new feature allows users to share voice notes on status updates. Like text, images, and videos, voice notes shared in status updates disappear after 24 hours. Apple has announced the launch of his new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros powered by Apple’s new in-house silicon chips, the M2 Pro and M2 Max.


The company also launched the new Mac mini series. Devices will now use the new M2 and M2 Pro SoCs. Rumors suggest that the upcoming iPhone 15 range will see a big change in pricing between the Pro and base models. The base model iPhone 15 Pro costs 100 more than the base model iPhone 14 Pro. The dollar may appreciate. In terms of features, the iPhone 15 series can even add Dynamic Island and a 48MP main imager to the base model.