Apple iOS 16 announced: New Lock Screen, updated Focus, recall sent messages, and more
Apple iOS 16 introduces iCloud Shared Photo Library to seamlessly share a collection of photos with family, updates to Messages and Mail that help users stay in touch with ease, and powerful enhancements to Live Text and Visual Look Up.
Apple iOS 16: At Apple’s annual developers’ conference — the worldwide developers’ conference (WWDC 2022), the company announced the latest software update for iPhones — iOS 16, which brings a host of new features to Apple’s mobile operating system.
iOS 16 is delivering the biggest update ever to the Lock Screen, and new sharing, communication, and intelligence features that together change the way users experience iPhone. iOS 16 introduces iCloud Shared Photo Library to seamlessly share a collection of photos with family, updates to Messages and Mail that help users stay in touch with ease, and powerful enhancements to Live Text and Visual Look Up.
Interestingly enough, this won’t be the first time that Joseph Kosinski and Brad Pitt have collaborated on a racing movie together. The duo previously tried to get Go Like Hell, which was reportedly described as “The Right Stuff on the racetrack,” and would have starred Pitt as real-life figure Carroll Shelby. While that project never shifted into drive, Shelby would later be played by Matt Damon in 2019’s Ford v Ferrari, which also starred Christian Bale as Ken Miles. Streaming VF
The news of Joseph Kosinski and Brad Pitt’s Formula One racing movie going to Apple arrives a few months after Pitt made a minor appearance in the Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum-led comedy The Lost City (which can now be streamed with a Paramount+ subscription). Starting in August, Pitt can be seen leading the action flick Bullet Train, with his co-stars including Brian Tyree Henry, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Andrew Koji and Bad Bunny. He’ll also play silent film star John Gilbert in Damian Chazelle’s Babylon, which comes out Christmas Day.
CinemaBlend will pass along more major new concerning Apple’s latest film acquisition, including its official title and who will join Brad Pitt in the cast. For now though, there are various other Apple TV movies available to watch, and the platform’s upcoming original content includes Cha Cha Real Smooth, Luck and Killers of the Flower Moon.
Camila Cabello may not have been prepared for the situation she was walking into this weekend, when she kicked off the Union of European Football Associations’ 2022 Champions League Final between Liverpool and Real Madrid. While the singer — who will appear as a coach on Season 22 of The Voice this fall — may be used to the captive audiences who attend her concerts, she didn’t take too kindly to the raucous soccer fans. She tweeted that their singing and chanting over her performance was “very rude” in two tweets that have since been deleted.
As the Cinderella actress performed a nearly six-minute number to open the UEFA match, fans of Liverpool and Real Madrid apparently were drowning out Camila Cabello’s set, which included a mashup of her hits “Señorita,” “Havana” and “Bam Bam,” Page Six reported. Shortly after leaving the pitch, she aired her grievances to fans on Twitter:
Very rude but whatever. I’M GLAD U GUYS LOVED IT!!!!!
A few minutes after the initial post, she expanded on her “very rude” tweet, apparently to let fans know she felt disrespected by their actions, and that a lot of work had gone into her performance.
Both tweets were soon deleted. I can see how Camila Cabello would be upset that her kickoff was overshadowed. She and her team certainly put a lot of time and effort into the routine, and it can’t be easy to perform in front of so many people, especially if it’s obvious they’re otherwise distracted. The crowd’s antics, however, aren’t all that surprising, given that these teams have two of the biggest fanbases in the world, and many people pointed out that European football fans are known for providing all the atmosphere they need at matches.