This year’s Apple Music Festival may be over, but that isn’t stopping the company from promoting the replay availability of this year’s shows – to subscribers.
Although not yet confirmed by the company itself, fairly reliable source Re/code reports tonight that Apple could be planning to introduce the next in its line of desktop and portable Macs – on the morning of Oct 27.
Apple issued two new software updates late on Monday. The first, iOS 10.0.3, is a minor point release which arrives to fix those cellular connectivity problems that some iPhone 7 owners have reported since launch.
Apple has begun promoting a number of deals that are currently available through its digital stores, this weekend.
Ever since Apple first revealed its plans to completely revamp Apple Music‘s user interface – an effort ultimately focused on making it easier and more navigable for the service’s subscribers, the plans were met with somewhat mixed reaction.
Starting this week those in the U.S who may have have been looking to get their hands on the company’s latest smartphone upgrades, can do so on a SIM-free basis – meaning that choosing which carrier you wish to use with either the iPhone 7, or 7 Plus, when purchasing the device directly from Apple Online is now (finally) possible.
The iOS App Store continues to serve up a wave of new app updates to its users. Here’s just a few of the more notable ones that have become available, in the last few weeks.