How about a batch of Apple updates? Check out recent interesting news from popular Apple apps!
Version 2.1.1 (193.1 MB) Requires iOS 13.4 or superior
Despite reaching version 2.0.5, the Clips won great news. You can now choose from six new “Selfie Scenes” that use the TrueDepth camera system to place you in an animal forest, monster lab, above the clouds and more.
It is also possible to transport yourself to the center of Municiberg, right in the middle of a “Selfie Scene” from “The Incredibles 2” – according to Apple, the feature uses the Neural Engine A12 Bionic chip for high-quality portrait segmentation when previewing and recording.
There are also three new filters to make the video look like monochrome comics, watercolor painting or aged film, create title cards with eight new customizable posters (with themes that include science, sports and silent film), choose between eight expressive stickers and four full-color text labels to add emphasis and annotations to the video, select from 17 new copyright-free soundtracks (including tracks to match the new “Selfie Scenes”) – plus fun songs pop and lounge, inspired by times past, which automatically adjust to the length of the video.
GarageBand and iMovie
THE GarageBand for iOS now supports keyboard commands when used with a Smart Keyboard or Bluetooth keyboard. In addition, the new version added the Wah pedal and the Face Control The Smart Guitar, and brings improvements in stability and problem solving.
Version 2.2.9 (619.3 MB) Requires iOS 13.4 or superior
THE iMovie, in turn, now allows connection to an external monitor using an iPad or an iPhone to mirror the iPad’s screen or preview the video in full screen when editing – this is compatible with 4K video output on the iPad Pro 11 inch or 12.9 inch (third generation).
Version 2.2.6 also resolves issues that could cause video distortion when editing a vertical video clip with the iMovie editing extension in the Photos app, another that could prevent sharing videos via a cellular connection on the iPhone or iPad – in addition to improving stability, including solving a problem that could occur after adding speed-changing effects to movie clips.
Version 10.1.14 (2.2 GB) Requires macOS 10.14.6 or superior
The macOS version of iMovie has also been updated. In it, Apple removed the option to share video files directly on Facebook. On the other hand, it added a new option “Prepare for Facebook”, which exports a video file compatible with the network to the system – which can be uploaded to the site manually. In addition, it improves the overall stability of the app.
Pages, Numbers and Keynote
Version 10.1 (541.5 MB) Requires iOS 12.0 or superior
Version 10.1 (299.9 MB) Requires macOS 10.14 or superior
THE Pages, in turn (both on iOS, macOS and the web, on iCloud.com), won the option to publish books directly to Apple Books for download or purchase – in addition to performance and stability improvements.
Version 10.1 (523 MB) Requires iOS 12.0 or superior
Version 10.1 (215 MB) Requires macOS 10.14 or superior
Updating the Numbers it is much simpler and brings only stability and performance improvements (also in all systems).
Version 10.1 (635.2 MB) Requires iOS 12.0 or superior
Version 10.1 (435.5 MB) Requires macOS 10.14 or superior
The very same scenario applies to Keynote, which won only stability and performance improvements on iOS, macOS and the web.
The above applications were also recently updated by Apple, gaining stability improvements and bug fixes.
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