2018 iPhones may have faster wireless charging thanks to a new copper coil
Of the myriad changes Apple made to its iPhone line last year, one of the most intriguing was the addition of wireless charging. Though wireless charging has been employed by other phone makers for years, Apple finally jumped on the bandwagon in 2017, with its future phones expected to support the technology as well. Unfortunately, Apple’s wireless charging speeds didn’t stack up well against most Android devices, but that might change in 2018.
Apple has just released an update for Apple Music on Android , and the biggest new addition is that it now supports Android Auto . So if you’re an Android user but prefer Apple ’s music subscription service over Google Play Share All sharing options for: Apple Music now works with Android Auto .
Apple Music , for instance, has finally rolled Cupertino first revealed the compatibility when it released a beta version of the music streaming service with Android Auto support RED blames Chinese manufacturer for its phone's terrible camera. The company is now working on a new model.
Apple Music has beenfor most of the service's existence, but it doesn't exactly reach deep into the Android ecosystem. You can listen on your phone or tablet, and that's about it. Apple is opening up ever so slightly, though. The version of Apple Music for Android includes support for , bringing a native in-car interface to non-iPhone users for the first time. You won't be browsing the "For You" section from your infotainment screen, but the playback controls you do get are easier and safer than reaching for your phone.
The test version also introduces some features coming to iOS 12 users, including lyrics searching, theand artist pages that let you quickly start personalized stations. There's no solid indication of when this will be available to all Android users. If you're willing to live with pre-release code, though, you can the beta group and the beta if you get in.
This probably won't satisfy Android users who'd want considerably broader support, such as Google Cast streaming and native Assistant playback. It's nonetheless a start, and it makes Apple Music more of a viable option -- particularly in regions where it may be the only major streaming music service you can use in your car.,
Garmin adds Deezer to its music-playing fitness watches .
To date, Garmin's music-capable fitness watches have had access to iHeartRadio and that's about it. You're about to get some much-needed variety, though, as Deezer's music service has finally arrived on Garmin fitness wearables after months of promises. You can store more than 100 tunes on your wrist and sync playlists (including curated workout playlists) like you might with other services on smartwatches, but the ace up Garmin's sleeve mayThe feature is available through a Deezer app in Garmin's Connect IQ store, although you'll need both a music-ready device (the Fenix 5 Plus series, Forerunner 645 Music or Vivoactive 3 Music) and a $10 per month Deezer subscription to check it out.