They contain operational information and recommendations. Apple has launched a new iPhone app and MacBook website that provides the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) information and guidance.
These resources will help Apple device owners stay up-to-date and take appropriate measures to protect their health during the spread of the Coronavirus. The COVID-19 app and website allow users to answer a variety of questions about risk factors, recent exposure, and symptoms. As a result, they will receive recommendations from the CDC at the next steps, including guidance on social distance and self-isolation, how to closely monitor symptoms, whether tests are recommended. And have to go to the hospital.
The app and website provide access to government resources to help people stay up-to-date and get reliable information. Customers will receive answers to frequently asked questions about COVID-19, including who is at high risk and how to identify their symptoms. In addition, they learn the latest information from disease control centers, such as handwashing, surface cleaning, and symptom monitoring recommendations.
With the new application and the COVID-19 website, customers in the United States can also ask Siri, “How do I know if I have a coronavirus?” Then, a personal assistant will offer you a “yes” or “no” answer to a number of questions that will help determine your condition.
Apple, Xiaomi, Samsung: Who leads the smartphone market amid the coronavirus pandemic?
Samsung, Apple, and Huawei hold the line. Analyst Counterpoint reports that despite the coronavirus pandemic. The global smartphone sales in February fell by only 14% compared to the same period last year, which was not as bad as expected.
At the same time, the Chinese smartphone market fell by 38%. Analysts confirm that mobile phone sales are moving from offline to online. In February, retail sales in China fell by more than 50%. However, this decrease was partially offset by an increase in online sales. So the overall decline was 38%.
Samsung is ranked first in sales in the world at 21.9%. Apple ranks second with 14.4% market share. Huawei is third with a market share of 13.2%. In terms of supply and demand, China has the highest coverage of Huawei. In fact, Huawei’s performance was better than expected. In February, smartphone sales exceeded 12 million units, and the manufacturer’s share in the global market was down just 1 percent.
Xiaomi takes fourth place, followed by Oppo, Vivo, and Realme. Which occupied 9.2%, 8.2%, 6% and 2.7% of the global market, respectively.
Counterpoint senior analyst Jene Park, speaking of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic outside of China, noted that while China and South Korea are gradually recovering, the worst stage is not over.