With iOS 15, the new home update Apple, comes the digital will. Among the novelties of the iOS 15 operating system there is also the new program Digital Legacy. This is an option that allows users to activate a sort of ‘digital will’, to allow an heir to access their Apple account and other personal information in the event of death. The service is already offered by the Facebook platform. The feature is not yet active, but Apple says it will soon be possible designate within your account one or more heirs, typing their email address, who will be granted access to some information, following a possible death. Such contacts will be understood by Apple as ‘Legacy Contacts‘, i.e. with a real legal power over the ID of which they are heirs. But access to the deceased’s profile will remain partial, limited to the elements present on iCloud. Also includes archived photos, notes, and emails, but not payment information and login information stored in iCloud Keychain.
Facebook will present its smartwatch in 2022. The watch will have double cameras, one of which is removable
Facebook he is taking a new approach to his first smartwatch. It reads on The Verge which should debut next summer, although there is no official confirmation yet. The device will feature a display with two removable cameras: they can be detached from the wrist to take photos and videos to share through Facebook apps, including Instagram.
On the front of the clock display there will be a first camera, intended primarily for video calling. A second 1080p autofocus will be installed on the back that can be removed from the stainless steel frame and used freely.