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APPLE WATCHOS 5.0.1 UPDATE FIXES CHARGING BUG ON APPLE WATCH
Apple Watch Charging Bug issue resolved along with other issues with the release of WatchOS 5.0.1
WHAT IS THE REASON OF EARLY UPDATE?
Apple Watch OS 5 came last week, and it was a major upgrade and we have a bug fix update this week. This was fast, don’t you agree?
All of the issues addressed by the update are minor apart from the charging bug, which seems to be the reason of the early update
As per the official changelog, this version “Fixes an issue that could prevent Apple Watch from charging.”
So far, this is the only information available, however, how the issue originated is still unknown. It is good to know that Apple considered as an urgent issue and addressed it soon. Given the fact that it could cause the dissatisfaction among the users and they could demand money back.
WHAT ARE THE OTHER ISSUES FIXED BY WATCHOS 5.0.1?
Apple Watch mostly famous for its fitness monitor, however, the update addresses the issues related to Apple Watch Activity Rings.
One of the issues was that users were getting unearned exercise minutes. Also, one of the bugs was that the Apple watch was not giving people the credit for time duration they spent standing in afternoon.
WHAT DOES THE UPDATE INCLUDE?
Apple’s official description of all the fixes in WatchOS 5.0.1 says:
“This update contains improvements and bug fixes, including:
- Fixes an issue that caused a small number of users to see an increase in exercise minutes
- Addresses an issue that caused some users to not receive Stand credit in the afternoon
- Fixes an issue that could prevent Apple Watch from charging”
GOOGLE MENDING RELATIONSHIP WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS?
Google’s new announcement can do good for its relationship with photographers.
WHAT IS THE ANNOUNCEMENT?
Google announced a small change. Now the search engine giant will include creator and credit metadata in photos shown as a display result on Google Images. Also, in coming weeks, it will add copyright notice metadata as well. This means visitors can know who the photographer is and who owns the rights.
The creator is generally the person who took the image however, credit might include additional rights holders who provided the image.
HOW TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION ON GOOGLE IMAGES?
To get the information, you need to click on three tiny dots shown on an image, then click Image Credits, and you will get a pop-up box which will have the information. Google has entered a partnership with two organizations for this act. Google has collaborated with CEPIC (Center of the Picture Industry), which represents 600 photo agencies and libraries all over European countries, along with associates in North America and Asia as well.
CEPIC comprises of members of agencies irrespective of size, covering new outlets and art galleries. It also represents bigshots of photography world such as Reuters,
Getty, and Shutterstock.
Another organization with which Google is collaborating is International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC) which represent some of the biggest news agencies, including Associated Press (AP), the BBC, the New York Times and Agence France-Presse (AFP).
In past, Google has incurred fury of numerous photographers and agencies for copying images from the original source and showing them in high-resolution format instead of thumbnails. One of the reputed agencies, Getty filed a complaint with EU a few years back over the issue. Although, Google and Getty declared peace when they entered a licensing partnership.
The latest step shows that Google is reading to build the bridge and mend the relationships in the photography world.
As per Google blog post by Google product manager Ashutosh Agarwal, besides the metadata, Google is also indulging with CEPIC and IPTC to “create better usage guidance for photographers, photo agencies, and publishers to include copyright and attribution information in image metadata”.
Earlier Google announced that it was refreshing search based properties including Google Images. The company mentioned that it was revamping the search algorithm within Google Images in order to put a greater impact on image placement, the freshness of content and web page authority.