Likely to represent the final round of betas from the company – in terms of the forthcoming updates to its mobile, TV, watch and Mac platforms, Apple on Monday seeded the sixth betas of iOS 10, tvOS 10, watchOS 3 and macOS Sierra to developers.
As industry pundits continue to guess what Apple might have up its sleeve to announce next, The Washington Post over the weekend published a pretty lengthy interview with the company’s CEO … and what was said in regards to the firm’s ongoing interest in Augmented Reality was interesting, (to say the least).
If you are looking for a good deal this weekend, the iTunes Store is definitely the place to be …
Continuing its development drive in regards to the forthcoming public release of its latest software updates, Apple earlier this week seeded new builds of iOS 10, tvOS 10, macOS 10.12 and watchOS 3 to developers – for testing.
Likely in an effort to entice more viewers to check out the wide-ranging library of TV shows which now offer a digital iTunes season pass, Apple on Tuesday launched a brand new promotion that has seen the company slash a whole selection of full-length Classic TV Episodes – to just 99¢ a pop.