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Een iPhone gebruiken als digitale autosleutel

Een iPhone gebruiken als digitale autosleutelSinds iOS 13.6 is het mogelijk om van je iPhone een digitale autosleutel te maken dankzij de Car Keys-functie. Dankzij de functie kun je jouw iPhone gebruiken om de auto te openen, starten en mee weg te rijden. Voor de CarKey-functie wordt gebruikgemaakt van de NFC-chip die standaard aanwezig in je iPhone, maar BMW heeft aangekondigd later dit jaar ook Ultra Wideband te ondersteunen. Dankzij de U1 Ultra wideband chip is het mogelijk om je auto te openen zonder dat je je iPhone uit je broekzak moet halen of voor de lezer in de handgreep moet houden. Lees verder...

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Apple Ending 'Joint Venture' Program for Business Customers Next Month

Apple this week announced that its "Joint Venture" program will be ending on February 22, 2021. In an email, shared by MacRumors reader Ben, Apple said existing members will continue to have full access to the program through this date.

Launched in 2011, the Joint Venture program provided business customers who purchased a Mac, iPhone, or iPad with priority technical support, training on Apple products and services, and setup assistance for up to five Apple systems. The program had an annual fee that started at $499, and additional systems could be covered for $99 each.

Joint Venture essentially provided outsourced IT for small and medium-sized businesses that needed greater support and service than standard Genius Bar appointments and AppleCare telephone support. Fortunately, businesses can still receive priority technical support by purchasing AppleCare Help Desk Support, which provides two designated contacts with unlimited support incidents for Apple hardware and software for $499 per year.

Apple says existing Joint Venture customers will receive a prorated refund for any remaining portion of their membership.
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Rebranded Paramount+ streaming service launches on March 4

The upcoming Paramount+ streaming service, a rebranding of CBS All Access with an expansion of available content, is set to officially launch on March 4, 2021.
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Paramount+ will go live in the U.S. and Latin America on March 4, ViacomCBS said Wednesday. The company said a more detailed overview of the streaming plans will be revealed at its fourth quarter earnings call on Feb. 24.