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News: Apple still working bugs out of Apple Watch Series 3 Wi-Fi connectivity, iOS 11 Mail app

Dan Pye September 20, 2017

While Apple has done extensive hardware and software testing before rolling out its new products, reviewers have found a serious problem with the way the Apple Watch Series 3 handles Wi-Fi connectivity, The Verge reports. The new LTE Apple Watch is supposed to be more of a standalone device than the previous models, able to use cellular data rather than relying solely on Wi-Fi, but the reviewer found that two separate Apple Watches both experienced…

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News: Apple releases iOS 11 with improvements to HomeKit, new App Store, updates to Camera, Siri and more

Dan Pye September 19, 2017

After months of betas, Apple has released iOS 11 to the general public. Coming mostly as it was advertised at WWDC, the new operating system features a long list of updates, including new HomeKit compatibility thanks to AirPlay 2 capabilities and improved controls for timers, location triggers, speakers and sunrise/sunset times. For devices with cameras that support it, Portrait mode has been expanded to include image stabilization, HDR and True Tone…

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iOS 11 Update Now Available For iPhones And iPads

Tyler Lee September 19, 2017

About a week ago Apple confirmed that the iOS 11 update would be released on the 19th of September, and sure enough it has. For those who own compatible iOS devices, you will be pleased to learn that the update will be available for download today, so you can wait for your iOS device to prompt you, or you can go to your phone’s Settings -> General -> Software Update and try and pull it manually.

However if you don’t see it yet, you might have to wait since we expect that the rollout to all the markets around the world could take a while, so maybe give it a couple of hours and try again, but regardless its availability is still set for today. iOS 11 is the latest iOS update for iPhones and iPads and is the successor to last year’s iOS 10.

It will introduce a bunch of new features, such as a redesigned Control Center, a redesigned App Store, a new file manager (finally) that will allow iOS users to better manage their files, and there’s even a new Do Not Disturb mode that can be automatically be enabled while driving and can send automated replies to users during that time.

It will also feature an improved Siri and a new feature for Apple Pay that will let users send money to each other, although as previously noted this particular feature is only expected to arrive this fall.

iOS 11 Update Now Available For iPhones And iPads , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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News: Apple drops prices on iPhone SE, raises them on AppleCare+, iPad Pro models

Dan Pye September 13, 2017

As Apple prepares to release its high-priced latest additions to the iPhone family, the company has dropped the prices on its entry level iPhone SE, cutting prices on both the 32GB and 128GB models by $50. The SE has proven popular among those who don’t need all the bells and whistles that come with the current slate of larger iPhones, and Apple has been quietly improving the deal for customers, most recently by providing a memory boost at no…

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Apple’s CEO Claims Their Products Aren’t Made For The Rich

Tyler Lee September 12, 2017

Whenever brands such as Xiaomi come to mind, you might associate the company with creating affordable products, like the recently launched Mi Notebook Pro which appears to be a much more affordable version of Apple’s MacBook Pro. However when you mention Apple, chances are you might associate them with premium priced products.

In a way it’s almost as if Apple was catering to the wealthy with its products, like the first-generation Apple Watch Edition which was priced at a whopping $10,000. However that is a notion that Apple’s CEO Tim Cook wants to dispel. In a recent interview with Fortune, Cook told Adam Lashinsky that Apple’s products aren’t made for the rich, or at least not specifically so.

When asked how Apple can say they make products for everyone but yet price them so high, Cook responded by saying, “Well it’s not high margin. I wouldn’t use that word. There’s a lot of companies that have much higher margins. We price for the value of our products. And we try to make the very best products. And that means we don’t make commodity kind of products.”

He goes on to add, “But if you look across our product lines, you can buy an iPad today for under $300. You can buy an iPhone, depending upon which one you select, for in that same kind of ballpark. And so these are not for the rich. We obviously wouldn’t have over a billion products that are in our active installed base if we were making them for the rich because that’s a sizable number no matter who’s looking at the numbers.”

That being said, Apple’s upcoming iPhone X is rumored to cost upwards of $1,000, which is higher than any iPhone has ever cost (at least for the base model), so it remains to be seen exactly how many units they will be able to sell.

Apple’s CEO Claims Their Products Aren’t Made For The Rich , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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News: iOS 11 beta shows Control Center interface, new swipe gestures; tvOS 11 beta hints at 4K video

Dan Pye August 22, 2017

New betas have been released for iOS 11, tvOS 11 watchOS 4 and macOS 10, and developer Guilherme Rambo has discovered a couple of gems amid all the bug fixes and minor improvements. In ios 11, Rambo found one video that seems to show off a new swipe-up gesture used to activate the iOS app switcher and another that runs through changes to the lock screen interface. Swiping down brings the lock screen up from anywhere in the operating system, and while…

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News: iOS 11 introduces way to prevent Touch ID from opening device with fingerprint

Dan Pye August 21, 2017

Those testing the iOS 11 public beta have discovered pressing an iPhone or iPad’s lock button five time or opening a Medical ID now disables Touch ID and forces a user to enter their passcode to unlock the device. A source told 9to5Mac that the behavior is intentional, claiming it’s aimed at protecting people who have fallen unconscious from having their fingerprint used to access their private information. However Apple ends up presenting…

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News: ESPN tvOS app now streams 4 games at once; Walmart’s streaming service coming to Apple TV

Dan Pye August 16, 2017

ESPN’s Apple TV app has been upgraded to include a new MultiCast feature that allows users to view up to four streams at the same time, according to Variety. EPSN typically features 30 or more live events on a given day, all of which will be available for simultaneous viewing. The company has also released an update to its iOS app, adding a “Watch” tab that provides live streams of events and shows. In other tvOS app news from Variety,…

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News: Apple releases developer betas for iOS 11, tvOS 11 + watchOS 4; public betas for iOS 11, tvOS 11

Dan Pye August 15, 2017

Apple has released a sixth series of developer betas for iOS 11, tvOS 11, and watchOS 4, adding new icons for Maps and the App Store as well as addressing a number of issues in the prior developer previews and moving all three of the operating systems closer to their expected release this fall. Public betas were made available for iOS 11 and tvOS 11 too, breaking with the usual process of waiting a few days after the developer release to roll them…

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