Apple's 12 installation of its OS X computer operating system software 'El Capitan' was launched today after Apple reminding the press yesterday about it!
Back in June, Apple Music was born.
The music streaming and radio service had the advantage over competitors like Spotify because it appeared on millions of devices through an upgrade. It was free for the first three months, and initially Apple didn't plan to pay royalties. Taylor Swift threatened to remove her music from the service though, and the company agreed to pay artists during the trial period. But it won't have cost you a penny - until now.
A new patent has been discovered, Patent No 9,142,925, that indicates Apple is exploring the possible use of smaller headphone jaks on their iDevices. The new plug could be introduced in an effort to make their devices even thinner. The new plug seems to have no additional functionality over the existing standard headphone connectors, but does take up about 1mm less space.
Today the new iPhone 6s & 6s Plus are launched at Apple Retail stores in several countries including US & UK. As Usual, there are huge queues outside the retail stores.
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Apple's new 'News App' was only launched in the US yesterday. Apple intensively planned this. Apple apparently wanted to only launch the 'News app' in the US at first to make sure there were no hitches when IOS 9 launched. Apple will apparently be launching the News app to other countries in IOS 9.1 which is rumoured to come out in October/November time. If you are outside of the United states of America and want access to the 'News App' now. Then follow the tutorial below to get it. All that is needed to do is change your region and restart your phone.
Today IOS 9 was launched with some amazing features, these including the new News App and the new multi-task features on the iPad. As expected, Apple has confirmed that iOS 9 will be available on 16 September. That's just over a week before the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus arrive. The firm also announced new pricing for iCloud which will start a £0.79 per month for 50GB of space, then costs £2.49 for 200GB and £6.99 for 1TB.
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