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Apple Music Will Boast Of Three-Month Trial - Financial Times





According to the latest report from the Financial Times reporters, the long-anticipated streaming music service Apple Music will boast of three-month free trial. Well, I must admit this is much longer than the usual 30-day trial offered by most of the rival services. Apple has chosen probably one of the best ways to lure customers.


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Monday, June 8th, 2015. 14:26

Apple to Announce Apple Music Next Week - WSJ



According to the latest report from The Wall Street Journal, the guys from Cupertino will officially announce their brand new Beats-based streaming music service as soon as next week. This piece of news goes in line with previous reports from reliable insiders that suggested the new streaming music service will be unveiled at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in June. In case you don't know, the conference kicks off next Monday.


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Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015. 23:35

Apple Updates Apple Store App with Support of Touch ID and Two-Step Verification



Apple has recently updated its Apple Store app with new features,which make it easier for customers to commit purchases. The updated application can boast of the support of Touch ID for quick access to purchase history and EasyPay receipts. Apart from that, the guys from Cupertino have added the support of the two-step verification to the application making it even more secured and easy-to-use.


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Apple Watch Battery to Last 1000 Recharge Cycles With Slight Capacity Loss



Earlier this year, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that users will have to charge the Apple Watch every night. The exact battery capacity and a number of recharge cycles, however remained unknown.


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Sunday, April 26th, 2015. 17:37

2015 MacBook Pro Users Complain About UI Lags on OS X Yosemite



A small number of 2015 MacBook Pro users have recently begun complaining about minor user interface lags and freezes on OS X Yosemite. While the number of these users is small, it continues to grow steadily and that is a problem.


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Tuesday, April 7th, 2015. 22:55

iOS 8.3 Features New iTunes and App Store Password Settings



Apart from Siri’s ability to make calls using iPhone’s speakerphone added to the latest iOS 8.3 beta, one beta-tester has recently noticed one more feature included to the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. This feature is a new Setting tab called Password Settings. It allows user to configure the frequency of password entries in the iTunes and App Store as well as to let him download free apps without using the password. If you take a look at the screenshot below, you will see what exactly has changed in iOS 8.3.


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Monday, March 23rd, 2015. 21:15

iPhone 6 vs Galaxy S6 Edge: Which One Has Better Fingerprint Sensor?



Following the video showing the iPhone 6 compared to the recently-released Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge in terms of speed and responsiveness, a new clip appeared on the Internet earlier today showing the work of fingerprint scanners on both handsets. Just like the previous video, this one was shot by PhoneArena reporters at Mobile World Congress. You may take a look at it below.


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Sunday, March 8th, 2015. 18:45

Apple Makes Browser Version of iWork Available for All Users for Free



Apple has recently made the browser version of its office suite called iWork available for all users. What this means is that now even those people who don’t have an Apple device can use Pages, Numbers, and Keynote directly in the browser for free. All they need to do is to create an Apple ID account and log in to iCloud.com. After that, they will get 1GB of cloud storage and the ability to create and edit different types of documents from any browser. If you for some reason can’t use Google’s online office tools or the web-version of Microsoft’s office suite, you should definitely try Apple’s iWork for iCloud.


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Saturday, February 28th, 2015. 20:28

Apple Announces 2011-2013 MacBook Pro Repair Program



After hundreds of users’ complaints and months of silence, Apple has finally announced a repair program for those MacBook Pro models, which suffer from graphics issues. The list of models eligible for the repair includes 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pros released in 2011, 15-inch MacBook Pro released in 2012 and 15-inch MacBook Pro released early in 2013. Moreover, Apple says it will contact those users, who had to pay to fix the aforementioned problem earlier in order to issue a refund.


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Friday, February 20th, 2015. 20:08

'Several Hundred' Employees Working on Apple-Branded Electric Car



According to what numerous sources write, Apple is currently working on its own electric vehicle. Yesterday I told you about the reports shared by the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times journalists, which suggested that the guys from Cupertino may be thinking about a self-driving vehicle. As it turns out, there’s indeed a project called “Titan”, which involves “several hundred” of Apple’s employees and which is aimed at creating a fully-electric car.


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Sunday, February 15th, 2015. 20:00

Apple Begins Selling Unlocked SIM-free iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Models in America



The guys from Cupertino have recently begun selling unlocked and SIM-free iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models in the USA. Such smartphones are currently available on Apple’s American online store. Still, there’s one drawback: those who plan to purchase one of such carrier-free handsets will have to wait several days. The shipping estimates for the aforementioned models are 3-5 business days.


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Tuesday, January 6th, 2015. 22:23

Ignition Tweak Brings CarPlay Functionality to iPad



A new iPad tweak has been recently released by a developer named Adam Bell. This tweak is called Ignition and this is a piece of software that brings the functionality of Apple’s CarPlay to the iPad. The tweak will be useful for those people who want to test CarPlay feature directly on their tablet. Well, to be honest, although the developer says that Ignition does not work with iPhones, the tweak is also compatible with the iPhone 6 Plus, so if you really want to see how CarPlay works, you may install this tweak.


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Friday, December 26th, 2014. 19:23

Release of New iPhones Caused Noticeable Increase in App Downloads



According to the results of the latest research conducted by a marketing firm called Fiksu, the release of both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus caused a substantial increase in app downloads in October. As noted in the latest report prepared by company's analysts, the number of downloads managed to reach an enormous figure of 7.8 million per day among the top 200 free iOS apps. I must admit, it is a truly impressive result for Apple's virtual marketplace.


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Tuesday, November 25th, 2014. 20:10

Apple to Sell 71.5 Million iPhones in Holiday Quarter - Analyst



According to the latest report from Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, Apple will sell as many as 71.5 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units during the holiday quarter. The analyst believes that the 4.7-inch device will account for about 60% of sales. The larger 5.5-inch iPhone won't be as popular as the smaller one as the suppliers won't manage to catch up with the demand causing serious supply constraints.


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Monday, November 24th, 2014. 21:19

Apple Replaces 'Free' Buttons with 'Get' Buttons on the App Store



Apple has changed usual free games and applications purchase buttons on the App Store. Earlier, all the software one could get without paying money was displayed with a "Free" button on top. Now those apps are available for download after pressing the new "Get" button. According to what many users report, the changes have been made both on the iOS version of the App Store and on the desktop one.


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Written by Andrey

Thursday, November 20th, 2014. 19:33