Our current situation has completely changed our approach, in all respects. It's a complicated time, there we all have a role to play eliminate the invisible, but also dangerous, COVID-19 threat. The disease has left us with all our plans, from major developer conferences, to major annual needs. Fortunately, however, both will continue to work even if it comes from our own homes.
Among the festivals involved, we get LGTBIQ + Pride, the annual demand for rights by each of the members of the group, is still widely discriminated against around the world for reasons related to their sexual identity. However, there are still countries where membership in it includes a death sentence, something completely unrelated, and one of the main reasons why even COVID-19 can't do this event. And Apple will be there to support it as usual.
Every year, Apple works in partnership with various organizations dedicated to supporting the global LGTBIQ + community as part of its commitment to community development. And for a few years, the company wanted to make this commitment more widely available with its own product, the Apple Watch. So, in a moment of pride, all Apple Watch users we get a new line of memory
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With the next update of watOS 6.2.5, it will not only include the new Pride Sphere sphere, which you can see in the pictures. In addition, a full-screen analog dial will be included, too an option to use a rainbow will be added