/Tech NewsWrap: Apple launches MagSafe Battery Pack… and more

Tech NewsWrap: Apple launches MagSafe Battery Pack… and more

Apple MagSafe Battery Pack

Apple launches MagSafe Battery Pack for iPhone 12 series

Apple has launched MagSafe battery Pack for the iPhone 12 series globally as well as in India. The new MagSafe battery provides on-the-go wireless charging on the latest iPhone models. It simply attaches magnetically to the back of the iPhone and starts charging it. The new product is compatible with all the iPhone 12 models. It has been priced at Rs 10,900 in India and is currently listed on the Apple store.

Netflix plans to offer video games

Beyond TV shows and films, Netflix is planning its expansion into video games and has hired a former Electronic Arts Inc. and Facebook Inc. executive to lead the effort. Mike Verdu will join Netflix as vice president of game development, reporting to Chief Operating Officer Greg Peters, the company said on Wednesday. According to a person familiar with the situation, the idea is to offer video games on Netflix’s streaming platform within the next year.

WhatsApp multi-device support is finally here

WhatsApp multi-device support has been a highly-requested feature. And now, you will be able to use the messaging service on multiple devices even when your mobile phone is not connected to the Internet. According to WABetaInfo., the functionality is currently being rolled out to select few on the beta channel. To check whether you have got it, open Linked Devices and look for a banner that tells you about the multi-device beta. If you see it, you can manually opt in to get started.

Facebook rolls out expert feature to groups’ knowledgeable members

The social media giant is rolling out a new feature that lets the knowledgeable members stand out in groups run by millions of moderators and admins globally. Facebook, on Tuesday, announced a new way to spotlight subject matter experts in its groups. The group admins will be able to recognise knowledgeable members in their group by designating them as “group experts.”

Google Maps releases a new feature

Google Maps has announced a new feature that can be used to get more information about Delhi Transport. This feature will let the Delhites know more about the bus timings and travel time. To be specific, Google Maps will allow the people travelling between the Azadpur terminal and Punjabi Bagh Terminal to know more about which buses to catch and the next bus that is going to reach the stop.

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