By "switchable 60Hz/120Hz", it is presumed that next year's iPhone models would be able to switch to a 60Hz refresh rate.
Absent from iOS 12.4 is the launch of Apple Card, the company's upcoming credit card that's tied to the iPhone for monitoring balance, making payments, and earning rewards. HomePod was updated to work in Japan and Taiwan. That last item is more relevant for watchOS 5.3, which also landed today.
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The 6-7 Korver is 38 now and his days as a regular starter are behind him, but he can still knock down the 3. Only one season has he failed to shoot better than 37 per cent from three-point territory.
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He closed with a 1-over 72, the first time since 1996 that victor was over par in the final round, and it was no less impressive. Given his age - 28 - and his talent, there will surely be more chances for the 20th-ranked Fleetwood to win a major.
Apple had previously disabled the Walkie-Talkie app after a flaw was discovered that would allow anyone to eavesdrop on an iPhone without the user's consent. However, the update could include the framework for Apple Card, and Apple will announce the feature at a later date.
Finally, Apple updated tvOS for recent Apple TV models to 12.4 and the Apple TV Software for eligible older Apple TV models to 7.3.1, though it is unclear what has changed in those releases other than minor bug fixes.
The Apple News app has some improvements too in iOS 12.4, with downloaded issues now accessible in the My Magazines section, both online and offline.
watchOS 5.3, aside from fixing the Walkie-Talkie app, makes the ECG app on Apple Watch Series 4 available in Canada and Singapore, alongside irregular heart rhythm notifications. It's also possible to see all the the Apple News+ publications - including newspapers - at the top of the News+ feed, if you're a subscriber.