As promised, Apple over the weekend extended the retail availability of its two latest smartphone handsets – the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus – to 42 additional countries and territories.
It looks like those reports claiming there is a difference in battery life between the A9 chip produced by TSMC, and that of Samsung may have been right.
The day is finally here!
Those who have their mobile plan with U.S telecoms giant AT&T, and have been waiting for the carrier to get its house in order and activate support for Wi-Fi Calling will likely be excited to hear that, as of today – the service is live.
Earlier in the week reports began to surface that suggested Apple’s use of both TSMC and Samsung in the production of the iPhone 6S’s powerful A9 chip, could mean a noticeable and considerable difference in battery performance with some units – dependent on which chip is inside your iPhone.
Up until today those reports were mostly unfounded.
But now, there might actually be some proof.
Some potentially disappointing news for Barclays customers, this week.
Despite the banking institution seemingly stringing existing account holders along with an Apple Pay-flavoured carrot back in July, we now have solid confirmation from Barclays CEO – Ashok Vaswani – as to when the service is expected to go live.