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This week's top stories: iOS 13 changes, iPhone 11 dummy devices, new emoji and more



In this week's top reports: iPhone 11 dummy devices, iOS 13 develops beta 4 and public beta 3, MacBook Air SSD speeds and more. Read on for all this week's greatest stories.

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Apple last week gave Retina MacBook Air an update, added True Tone and dropped the prize by $ 100. This week, new details have come to suggest that the new MacBook Air also has a slower SSD compared to the 2018 model. Testing shows that the 2019 MacBook Air can achieve reading speeds of 1.3 GB / s read and 1 GB / s of write performance. The equivalent 256GB SSD 2018 MacBook Air can read 2GB / s and around 0.9GB / s write speeds

9to5Macs Jeff Benjamin joined the iPhone 11 dummy devices this week and still offers our clearest look on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R. The video looked closely at the new camera, but some details still remain a mystery, like the rumored "frosted glass" design. Watch the video here.

Apple this week released the third public beta for iOS 13, as well as the fourth developer beta. These updates include tweaks to the home screen design, the interface changes to images and the sub-sheet, and more. Read our full version of all the changes here.

In the celebration of World Emoji Day, Apple has slaughtered all the new emoji coming to iOS this year. There are 59 new emoji coming to the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch this fall, including new disabled topics, a major update to "Holding Hands" emoji and more.

These and the rest of this week's Top stories below.

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9to5Mac Watch Time |

9to5Mac Watch Time is a brand new seasonal podcast series host of Zac Hall. Over the next three months, we're talking to real people about how Apple Watch affects their lives.

In the second episode of our new Watch Time podcast, my personal training leader Jacob Knight and I talk about his role in helping me explore new forms of fitness with Apple Watch, the benefits of starting an exercise knit, his experience with both lose weight and build muscle, and an unlikely marathon he ran in December with Apple Watch.

9to5Mac Watch Time is now available on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, and your favorite podcast player via RSS. Subscribe now to enjoy our teaser trailer and hear new episodes as soon as they fall – starting next week.

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Happy Hour Podcast # 234 |

This week, Benjamin and Zac are talking about updated MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, news about Apple TV + and the upcoming streaming video service, new emoji coming in iOS 13, the latest iPhone 11 rumors, changes to iOS 13 beta 4 and much more.

9to5Mac Happy Hour is available on iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play Music or via our dedicated RSS feed for cloudy and other podcast players.

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Stack Track Podcast # 45 |

How do you decide when to cut a function from a project, what can the updated MacBook series tell us about the future of Apple's laptops, and how does current state affect Apple's graceful third pair of developers? Also, why on earth, Rambo ran a 2008 MacBook ?!

Stacktrace of the 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app or via our dedicated RSS feed for overcast and other podcast players.

Apple @ Work |

Apple @ Work is a weekly series from Bradley Chambers covering Apple in education. Bradley has managed Apple devices in an educational environment since 2009. Through his experience of distributing and managing the 100's of the Mac and the 100's of iPads, Bradley will highlight ways in which Apple's products work on a large scale, stories from ditches of the IT management, and ways Apple can improve its products for students.

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