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How to read deleted WhatsApp messages

WhatsApp’s deleting feature has enabled sent messages to be deleted from the sender’s device as long as the message is not more than 60 minutes long.

However as handy as the feature is, there are workarounds by which a receiver can still see messages that have been deleted. Today, we’ll be showing you one such workaround that works via an app called WAMR: Recover Deleted Messages & Status download

 

The app lets you recover messages that a sender may have deleted before you read it, as well as download status updates from WhatsApp. Here’s how the app works, and how you can start using it to recover deleted messages.

How to use WAMR

To install the app, download it from the Google Play Store and set it up. You will have to select the apps you want the tool to capture notifications from, like WhatsApp, Telegram and Instagram. Once that is done, the app will ask you for number of permissions for capturing notifications.

Once it is all set up, you will be able to find all incoming notifications, including deleted ones inside WAMR’s interface. If you have auto-download on for media files, the app will be able to retrieve those for you too. Once WAMR begins capturing, any deleted message can be seen in the app’s interface, categorized by individual chat windows, just like WhatsApp’s main screen.

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How the app works

To display deleted messages, WAMR requires access to your notifications. Granting notification access allows the app to recover deleted messages without trying to log in to your WhatsApp account, risking a ban on the account itself.

Once you have granted notification access, the app is able to basically keep an eye out for incoming notifications, and anything once sent to your phone via WhatsApp is captured. Once captured, even if something is deleted from the sender, the app uses its cached data to show you deleted messages.

WAMR is also able to store deleted media files including photos which will still be visible once the sender has deleted them. However, this feature requires automatic media download to be turned ‘On’ on your device. Note that because it works by capturing incoming notifications on your phone, WAMR will not be able to capture messages for which you do not get notified. This includes and individual or group chats that you have muted on WhatsApp. The app will hence, also not be able to retrieve any deleted messages from before its installation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Apple Releases iOS 15 Software With Over 50 New Features

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Apple knew what they were doing in the lab when they came up with the latest update for iOS 15 technology. The update is filled with new features that help iPhone users connect with others in a lit way! Everyone loves the latest installation so much that iOS 15 is trending on Twitter. So here’s a rundown of what you can expect from the newest software.

Facetime is going to be more interactive than ever. With the new SharePlay feature, users can create a unique experience by watching, listening, and sharing their screens right inside FaceTime.

According to Apple, the SharePlay feature will make FaceTime calls feel like you’re in the room with the person and more natural, especially now that you’ll be able to stream movies and TV shows while on FaceTime.

This is perfect if you want to have a date night or just hangout with your girls! There is no need to worry about the volume. The feature also automatically adjusts, so you can talk and watch without interruption. Sharing music and screens just became easier with this feature. If ya’ll think that’s it, nope, there’s more!

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With Grid view, you can bring the party to Facetime while chatting with up to six people. The speaker will automatically be highlighted, so you always know who’s talking to avoid confusion.

With iOS 15, you will finally be able to video chat with other users who are not team iPhone without downloading a third-party application. You can now send friends and family a link to connect, even if they’re using Windows or Android.

Another feature that has made improvements to help the overall user experience is Maps. They now offer drivers road details like turn lanes, crosswalks, bike lanes, and more. However, the wallet feature will also allow you to use the keys application to unlock your home, garage, hotel room, or even your workplace. As well as hold your driver’s license or state ID for travel and more.

 

 

 

 

 

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Everything You Need To Know About Apple’s New iphone 13

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Months of anticipation, rumors, and excitement are finally over: Apple unveiled a new iPhone 13 at its September 14 “California Streaming” event, which also saw the launch of two new iPads and the Apple Watch Series 7. If you’re thinking about getting your hands on a new iPhone, here’s everything you need to know.

The iPhone 13 Series

The iPhone 13 Series of phones features four devices. The iPhone 13 Mini is the smallest and most affordable model, reappearing in the lineup despite lackluster sales for the iPhone 12 Mini. The iPhone 13 Mini has many features in common with the basic iPhone 13.

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Two premium models, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, offer better performance and larger storage options. All of the phones support 5G connectivity. Here’s a quick comparison:

iPhone 13 Mini iPhone 13 iPhone 13 Pro iPhone 13 Pro Max
Starting Price $699 $799 $999 $1099
Storage 128, 256, 512GB 128, 256, 512GB 128, 256, 512GB, 1TB 128, 256, 512GB, 1TB
Screen size 5.4-inch 6.1-inch 6.1-inch 6.7-inch
Battery life Up to 17 hours Up to 19 hours Up to 22 hours Up to 28 hours
Colors Pink, Blue, Red, Starlight, Midnight Pink, Blue, Red, Starlight, Midnight Graphite, Gold, Silver, Sierra Blue Graphite, Gold, Silver, Sierra Blue

 

The iPhone 13 has an aluminum body with flattened edges, continuing a design trend reminiscent of the iPhone 5. The notch that houses the speaker, front-facing camera, and Face ID technology is narrower, giving you more screen real estate.

Design improvements allow for a larger battery without compromising the phone’s slim build and light weight. All devices boast a longer battery life than previous generations, with the iPhone 13 Pro Max boasting 2.5 hours of extra battery life compared to the iPhone 12 Pro Max, for up to 28 hours between charges.

The iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 models will be available in five color options: The much-anticipated pink, blue, midnight, starlight, and red. The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be available in graphite, gold, silver, and a new light blue tone called “sierra blue.”

The iPhone 13 features a 6.1-inch display, while the iPhone Mini has a 5.4-inch display, making it only slightly larger than the iPhone SE. These models use Super Retina XDR displays with a 60Hz refresh rate.

The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max displays both include ProMotion for an adaptive refresh rate of up to 120Hz. The iPhone 13 Pr0 Max has a roomy 6.7-inch display, while the iPhone 13 Pro is the same size as the iPhone 13 at 6.1 inches. All four models use Ceramic Shield front covers and have an IP68 rating for water resistance.

All the phones in the iPhone 13 series have 12MP front cameras. On the back, the iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 have diagonal dual-camera systems with wide and ultrawide cameras with 2x optical zoom. The wide-angle camera uses sensor-shift optical image stabilization (OIS) to increase light sensitivity and improve the quality of lowlight photos and videos.

The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will feature new ultrawide, wide, and telephoto cameras, all three of which will include Night Mode. These cameras have 3x optical zoom. If you’re having trouble deciding between the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro based on camera performance, we have a comprehensive overview of how the two models compare, down to the nitty-gritty aspects of their features.

Apple’s new operating system, iOS 15, will introduce improvements to the Camera app and photography software, like Photographic Styles and a new Cinematic mode. Photographic Styles will allow you to personalize images with text and other effects in the Camera app. Cinematic mode will enable depth-of-field transitions, macro video, and time-lapse and Slo-mo videos.

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iPhone 13 pricing, release date, carrier deals, and availability

The pricing of the iPhone 13 hasn’t increased from last year. The smallest and most affordable device, the iPhone 13 Mini, starts at $699, or 679 pounds in the U.K. The iPhone 13 starts at $799 in the U.S., and 779 pounds in the U.K.

If you’re willing to pay more for 1TB of storage, the iPhone 13 Pro starts at $999, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max costs $1,099. In the U.K., those devices are 949 pounds and 1,049 pounds respectively.

Carriers are also clamoring to get a new iPhone in people’s hands.

T-Mobile is trying to secure new 5G customers by offering $800 credit to people with eligible trade-ins, and the credit applies to future phones in perpetuity — that is, forever. Or in T-Mobile’s words: “Every two or more years, upgrade to the latest iPhone and get up to $800 off. And you can repeat that forever.”

AT&T doesn’t want to let its customers walk out the door. It’s offering new and existing customers the iPhone 13 Mini or iPhone 13 Pro for free with an unlimited plan. Either of the other devices will cost $99. For customers adding a new line, AT&T is also offering $200 off the purchase of Apple Watch Series 7 devices if they buy two.

Last, but not least, Verizon is offering $800 off the iPhone 13 lineup with trade-in on select unlimited plans to current and new customers. You can also get up to $500 off for switching carriers, up to a total of $1,300 off any of the new iPhone 13 models.

The new iPhones will be available for pre-order on Friday, September 17, and they’ll officially get into your hands on Friday, September 24.

 

 

 

 

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Twitter Plans To Let Users Hide Their Old Tweets

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Twitter is planning new features to give people more privacy options, according to Bloomberg.

The social network’s plans reportedly include the option to archive old tweets so they’re not visible to other users after a given period of time (like 30, 60, or 90 days or a full year).

They also include possible options to limit who can see which tweets you’ve liked, to let people remove themselves from a conversation on Twitter, and to let people remove followers without outright blocking them.

Bloomberg describes the new features as a suite of “social privacy” changes that are aimed at making people more comfortable engaging on Twitter.

Internal research at Twitter apparently found that many users don’t even understand whether their accounts are set to public or private — something the company will begin asking users to review in September.

There’s no timeline for some of the changes, and the archive option, in particular, is in the “concept phase,” according to Bloomberg.

But Twitter reportedly plans to start letting people remove themselves from conversations by the end of the year and to let people remove followers (as opposed to soft blocking them) starting this month.

Twitter confirmed the news in a statement to The Verge. “At Twitter, privacy is more than what we do with your data, it’s also about how we help you feel safe and in control of how you show up on Twitter,” a spokesperson said.

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“We understand that there’s no one size fits all approach to privacy, so we’re excited to roll out more features and tools to empower people on Twitter to customize their experience. Our focus on social privacy is inspired by feedback we received through a global research study we conducted to better understand people’s perceptions of and needs for privacy around the globe. We’ll begin testing some of these features as soon as next week.”

The upcoming changes accompany a flurry of other recent updates to Twitter. Over the past year, the company has tested monetization features like ticketed audio rooms, which started rolling out last week, and subscription-based “Super Follows,” which launched in the US yesterday.

As Bloomberg acknowledges, the privacy changes replicate sometimes clunky workarounds that many users have already adopted, including external services that delete tweets after a certain period of time. That stands in contrast with Twitter’s Fleets — an expiring message tool that Twitter retired after eight months of low usage.

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