Tech Wrap: iCloud issue resolved, astrophotography mode disabled in Pixel 5

    More tech news includes massive Galaxy S21 leaks storming the internet and Google urging Chromium developers to stop using Windows 7.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Feb 22 2021, 14:02 IST
    Here's what happened in tech today..
    Here's what happened in tech today.. (Pixabay)
    Here's what happened in tech today..
    Here's what happened in tech today.. (Pixabay)

    It was a slow Sunday in the world of technology today. On one hand, we saw Apple finally resolving the iCloud sign-in issue. On the other hand, Google urged its Chromium developers to stop using Windows 7.

    In addition to that, a new report detailing features of the upcoming Galaxy S21 smartphones.

    So, here's what happened in the world of technology today:

    Apple resolves iCloud activation issue 

    Apple today resolved the iCloud sign-in issue nearly 36 hours after it was first reported. The problem began at around 4:45 AM ET on December 25 and it was resolved this morning.

    Massive Galaxy S21 leak storms the internet

    Samsung Galaxy S21 series has been in the news for quite some time now. Today, a massive leak shared full specifications of Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus smartphones. You can check all the details here.

    Google urges Chromium devs to stop using Windows 7

    Google has asked Chromium developers to stop using the decade-old Windows 7 operating system. Google on its Chromium resource page also confirmed that it no longer supports Windows 7 for building Chromium.

    Google removes astrophotography mode from Pixel 5, 4a

    Google has quietly removed the Astrophotography mode feature from its Pixel 5 and the Pixel 4A 5G smartphones via the Google Camera 8.1 update that was launched in November.

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