iCulture Today: this was Tuesday, December 7, 2021


It looks like the official release of iOS 15.2 and the other upcoming updates is now close by. Apple has released the iOS 15.2 Release Candidate, and so have the betas of iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS that were tested in recent weeks. That means new features are coming for everyone, but one is still missing: we'll have to wait longer for Universal Control. You can read that and more today on iCulture!

News and opinion

  • The Release Candidate of iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 is out, so the public release can't be long now. WatchOS and macOS also released Release Candidates.
  • Some SD card readers in the MacBook Pro 2021 are not working properly. Some brands and storage capacities are illegible, but it's hard to gauge.
  • New Tile owner Life360 is selling user data on a massive scale. This is very accurate location data.
  • Watch the AirPods evolution: unique scans show you which parts are inside.


  • These are the best iTunes and App Store deals of the week.< /li>
  • Looking for the cheapest AirPods? Here you will find all AirPods offers.
  • We have listed the best Apple Watch offers so that you can be sure that you are not paying too much for the latest models.
  • These are the this week's best iPhone deals.

Tips and explanations

  • This way you can use macOS widgets.
  • How to correct Siri errors.

Accessories and devices

  • Your Christmas lights with HomeKit? These are your options!
  • The new Eve Room for measuring temperature is now available with Thread.
  • Discover more Eve? These are the Eve HomeKit accessories for your smart home.
  • Read all about Tile, the Bluetooth tracker that takes on Apple's AirTag.
  • This Razer MagSafe cooler sticks you on the back of your iPhone. With lighting effects!

And we didn't want to let these updates pass unnoticed:

  • Telegram Messenger (free, iPhone/iPad/Watch, iOS 9.0+) – Telegram Messenger now has protected content in groups and channels. You can also delete messages by date and manage connected devices.
  • Twitter (free, iPhone/iPad/TV + IAP, iOS 13.4+) – Everyone can now listen to recordings from Spaces in the Twitter app.

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