☕ Good morning! A small heart attack today as it appears yesterday’s newsletter went out again… for some reason. It was good enough to read twice, but I do apologize for that happening unexpectedly.
In other news, today’s DGiT Daily Newsletter is brought to you by Roborock! More from them below.
Unreleased iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 code keeps being torn apart by the folks at 9to5Mac and MacRumors, and there are loads of interesting new things coming soon in the next major software upgrade from Apple.
(Image via MacRumors)
🦥 Tested: The Google Pixel series has a strange USB-C transfer problem: Google's Pixel 4 is twice as slow as its competition (Android Authority).
🎁 “What to expect after my blind date with the Huawei P40” - please see the photo (Android Authority).
🔥 Get the Sony WH-1000XM3 on sale for $278 ($71.99 off) - remember the XM4 is around the corner, but this is some deal… (Android Authority).
⚽ Play real-world soccer, get FIFA Mobile rewards with this Google wearable (Android Authority).
🍎 Apple says it's safe to clean your iPhone with disinfectant wipes, just keep the cleaning agents sensible and definitely don’t use bleach (Apple).
🐛 Sensor Tower is behind “at least” 20 free apps with 35 milion downloads on iOS and Android that track data via free VPN and ad-blocking apps. A reminder that “free” apps are deeply problematic because they generally sell your data to make money. In response to this, Apple removed Adblock Focus and said it is continuing to investigate Luna VPN, while Google said it is investigating. Great reporting. (BuzzFeed).
🩺 Reset your computer once a year for a happier life. This is great advice because it really is easier than ever. (Wired).
🚗 Tesla just made its one millionth car (The Verge).
🏎 “I'm happy to report that there is a 'Lamborghini Wave'” (Jalopnik).
💡 “Why does a firefly light up? Is it a defense mechanism?” (r/askscience).
Really interesting chart on how a bad breakup can affect your health, as recorded by a 32-year-old male, using data from an Oura Ring, a Finnish health tracker:
Bonus: It’s Mar10 day! (r/gaming). (Poor green Mario, always forgotten...)
Roborock is a fresh face in the robot vacuum realm. They’re bringing to the table a line of products that merge quality and reliability. They build quiet, automated vacuums that keep your space orderly.
Roborock’s latest release is the Roborock S5 Max, and it boasts an electric water tank, laser mapping, and advanced navigation to make carpet, hardwood, and tile cleaning something you never have to think about again.
Sorry again to bother you twice! - Cheers, Tristan Rayner, Senior Editor.
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