Share your voice Apple News Plus arrives on iOS 12.2, along with support for new AirPods. CNET Monday’s Apple event introduced TV and services, but alongside it came a new version of iOS, too.iOS 12.2, available for iPhones and iPads, introduces some key features: it brings Apple’s new subscription news service, Apple News Plus, which is only available in the US and Canada for now.iOS 12.2 is also necessary to set up the imminently arriving “Hey Siri”-enabled new AirPods, and includes support for the Logitech Crayon on Apple’s iPad Pros and other iPad models. There are new emoji (hello owl, warthog, shark). iOS 12.2 also introduces iPhone/iPad support for AirPlay and HomeKit via new enabled non-Apple TVs and devices.Other features:New dedicated TV controls in Control Center and Lock Screen, and improved AirPlay controlsSiri support for playing movies or shows on Apple TV, using your iPhone or iPadThe update’s features were pretty well-known since the iOS version became available as a beta for developers. 2 Aug 30 • iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11R and 11 Max: Price, specs and features we expect on Sept. 10 Mobile Apps Apple Event Tags Aug 29 • New iPhones, Apple Watch and more: Apple’s September event preview See All • Aug 30 • Apple will launch iPhone 11 on Sept. 10 in Cupertino Comments reading • Apple releases iOS 12.2 with Apple News Plus and support for new AirPods Apple Event Aug 26 • Every Apple TV Plus show announced so far iOS 12 Apple
Kapil Sharma, Dharmendra, Ginni ChatrathInstagramKapil Sharma is on his way to become a father and the ace comedian is leaving no stone unturned looking after his pregnant wife Ginni Chatrath who is currently in her first trimester.Ever since Kapil learned about Ginni’s pregnancy, he has reportedly made a lot of changes in his busy shoot schedule to be with his long-time girlfriend and now wife.According to a report in Dainik Bhaskar, during the initial days of pregnancy, Kapil used to quickly wind up for the day and rush to home to take care of Ginni. And now that Ginni is currently in Amritsar, Punjab, Kapil, who has been shooting for The Kapil Sharma Show in Mumbai, had been flying to and fro whenever he he gets time from his work schedule.Since there was nobody to take care of Ginni in Mumbai because of Kapil’s busy schedule, Ginni had flown to Punjab to stay with her family. And though Kapil had not spoken about Ginni’s pregnancy, his friend and co-star Krushna Abhishek and wife Kashmera Shah, on their twins’ Rayaan and Krishaang’s second birthday bash on June 2, had said that they are very happy and excited for Kapil’s baby to arrive.As per the report, Kapil along with Ginni had flown to Jalandhar on June 3 and stayed there for a night. The couple then flew off to Manali to spend some time together and has even shared a few photographs from the trip on his Instagram. The comedian then flew back to Mumbai to shoot for The Kapil Sharma Show. Kapil Sharma, Ginni ChatrathInstagramFor the uninitiated, Kapil and Ginni had tied the knot on December 12 and 13 at a lavish wedding ceremony in Jalandhar in the presence of their close friends and family. After the wedding, the newly-weds hosted two receptions, one in Amritsar and another in Mumbai. Both the events were star-studded affairs and saw the presence of many celebs from the Punjabi and Bollywood film industry. In February 2019, Kapil hosted another wedding reception in Delhi, which was graced by many prominent politicians and cricketers.
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) is hosting an International Conference on Cham Art Heritage of Vietnam. The Cham people are the inhabitants of mountainous region of Central-South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. The Cham civilization has been focus of studies and conferences in the field of history, language, religion, culture, art and architecture. However, its inner connections and its external relations have so far not been studied in depth. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The two-day international conference will comprises of academic sessions and cultural programmes on both the days and Odishi dance recital by Madhavi Mudgal and disciples on its closing day. The event will be inaugurated on 25 April at IGNCA. The conference will be carried out in six sessions and one sub-session.The proposed panels of the conference are: Polynesian, Indian and Indigenous context of Cham art, interface of art and ecology in Cham art, connections of Cham art with Indian and South East Asian art styles, Cham architecture and its connection with India and South East Asia, Chams musical instruments in the wider context of Indian and South East Asian traditions, many research on Champa based on epigraphy and recent field work including Bhasa and Sahitya sastriya study of the inscriptions of Champa. The various sessions will be chaired by eminents like- Satya Vrat Shastri, Anton O. Zakharov, Phan Thi Thu Hien, Ganga Nath Jha, Philippe Delanghe, Himansu Prabha Ray, Zsuzsanna Renner, Claude Jacques and Lokesh Chandra.