It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, the Sony PS5 DualSense Controller became available for purchase on Apple’s official website. On the other hand, Apple shared details about its lossless audio feature.
So, here’s what happened in tech today:
Sony PS5 DualSense Controller available for purchase on Apple’s website
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Apple has started selling the Sony PlayStation5 Dual Sense Controller from its official website in the US. The gaming controller is available at a price of $69.95 ( ₹5,100 approx.). This is the same price at which Sony sells the device on its official website.
Microsoft Teams displays to support Webex, Zoom
Microsoft is soon going to allow access to Zoom and Webex meetings on Teams Android devices. As per the roadmap, this feature could roll out by September 2021.
Apple iPad 2 is now officially obsolete
The company has added the iPad 2 to its list of vintage and obsolete devices globally. The list includes both, the device’s Wi-Fi only variant and the WiFi+3G variant.
HomePod, HomePod Mini will support lossless audio in future
In a support document, Apple has confirmed that HomePod and HomePod Mini will get support for lossless audio with an update in future. “HomePod and HomePod mini currently use AAC to ensure excellent audio quality. Support for lossless is coming in a future software update,” Apple wrote on its support page.
PUBG New State pre-registration on iPhone to begin soon
Krafton has released a new alpha testing trailer for PUBG New State that confirms that the iOS pre-registration for it is set to begin soon. Krafton had opened up pre-registrations for PUBG New State earlier this year for Android users and the game got over 10 million pre-registrations on the Play Store.