Apple releases the first beta version of iOS 15.1
Apple today released the first beta version of the iOS 15.1/iPad OS 15.1 update to developers, just a day after iOS 15 was released to the public. iOS 15.1 can be downloaded via the Apple Developer Center or wirelessly after a suitable profile has been installed on the iPhone or iPad. There's no word yet on what features the update will include, but many features in iOS 15 haven't been released yet, such as SharePlay.
MacOS Monterey Beta 7 is released
Apple today released the seventh developer beta and public beta version of macOS Monterey, the latest version of the macOS operating system. Registered developers can download betas through the Developer Center, which can be obtained through the software update mechanism in system preferences once the appropriate profiles are installed. As with all new betas, Apple does not recommend installing new macOS updates on major devices because it is an earlier release of software and may be vulnerable.
Nintendo may soon announce a new Switch handle
It has previously been reported that Nintendo recently submitted a new document showing that this is a model BKEHAC043 handle. Foreign media revealed that Nintendo almost every year in September, coupled with the Federal Communications Commission changed the date of the release of handle data, so it is basically certain that this Friday Nintendo will hold a new face-to-face event, and will be in this face-to-face meeting to disclose the new Switch handle.
Google buys New York office building for $2.1 billion
Google announced Tuesday that it plans to buy an office building in New York City for $2.1 billion, even though most of its employees are still telecommuting. Reported that the acquisition is the beginning of the new crown outbreak in the United States office transactions the most expensive. The office building is located near Hudson Square in Manhattan, which Google has leased and says it will exercise its right to buy.