This week has been all about consumer technology, thanks to Apple.
The Cupertino giant hosted its first-ever online-only Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) and made some major announcements for iPhone, iPad, Watch, and Mac users.
Then, other tech giants also stepped in and announced tempting devices and feature updates to look forward to.
Let's take a quick look back at everything.
The platforms pack a bunch of new capabilities, but what drew most of our attention was the company's announcement to ditch Intel's chipsets for its own Apple Silicon processor, designed specifically for more performance gains on the Mac.
The crisis has reduced Mark Zuckerberg's net worth by $7 billion, but despite that, the social network has been working on features for its products, including animated stickers for WhatsApp and an old article warning for the main Facebook app.
Among other things, Microsoft made headlines with the announcement of the preview version of Defender Advanced Threat Protection for Android.
Meanwhile, Google announced a major overhaul for Google Photos and added the ability to explore and wishlist good TV shows and movies on Search itself. The feature works in multiple languages and sources content from most OTT services.
Meanwhile, some interesting developments to help people fight COVID-19 also surfaced this week.
These include a NASA-built pendant that uses proximity center and a coin vibrator motor to trigger haptic feedback whenever your hands move towards your face, apart from a smart face mask, which, when worn, can make calls, translate/transcribe speech, and even amplify your voice in real-time.
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