Netflix users in the U.S should be aware that the service is soon planning to raise the pricing of its most-popular monthly streaming plan.
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.
The same bug that briefly affected the ability to download previously purchased apps from the Mac App Store’s “Purchased” tab some days ago is now also affecting the iOS App Store, according to a new report.
They’ve just hit the App Store and are simply vying for some attention. Here’s 3 iOS apps we think you might want to check out for yourself, this week.
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.
Celebrating the release of Tweetbot 4 which hit the App Store – last week, bringing with it full universal support for iPhone and iPad, alongside an entire visual rewrite that now boasts a statistics and activity view, and support for Split View on iPad (among other changes) – the desktop version of Tapbots’ popular Twitter client has received a pretty notable update, whilst also dropping its price.