Apple’s “Spring Forward” event on March 9th is just around the corner, but sources at 9to5Mac was given the chance of doing a hands-on test with the Apple Watch, and they were nice enough to share a few details about how the Smart watch works.
In recent news, demand for Apple’s new handset the iPhone 6 continues to sell in mass numbers as the company tries to keep up with supply. A new survey from UBS has led the investment firm to increase their projected sales for the March quarter to 58 million units. Read more
Apple is said to replace AT&T in the Dow Jones Industrial Average after the close of trading on March 18th, which was reported Friday morning. The famed Dow Jones Industrial Average is indicative of the overall market life and health so Apple joining and replacing the nation’s second-largest carrier on the index is said to be encouraging signs for the economy. Read more
AppleCare will now begin providing support for their Beats Music streaming service’s customers, as well as for businesses and banks interested in accepting Apple Pay.
A new report surfaces up about Apple and the iPhone 6, and how the new handset is speculated to sell 54 million units this quarter, this is from leading investment firm Barclays Capital. Read more
According to the report by TechCrunch, the Apple Watch has a strange port on the case that has not yet been talked about or noticed until now. So far, with almost every picture of the Apple Watch the main case appears to be smooth and portless, not counting the two buttons and knobs on the right side. However, there seems to also be a data connection cable port positioned inside the bottom groove that connects Apple’s aftermarket straps of the apple watch.
Apple will greet and show attendees their newest and first event of 2015 with a customized graphic design around the Yerba Buena Center, a process which began in earnest on Wednesday. Read more
In recent news, Apple continues to move forward in expanding card support for their new payment service which is better known as Apple Pay. And on Tuesday, they added 18 new credit unions and banks to the list of participating issuers. Read more