Viber which is a Messaging app, recently received an update Sunday morning. Now supporting better optimization for larger screens of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus brings even more features. This update, which brings the Viber app to version 5.2.1, also comes with new emoticons, and a few bug fixes.
Belkin brings us their new case the ‘Classic Folio case’, which was inspired by some of the company’s favorite street style looks, as well as the high-fashion runways. The Belkin iPhone 6 Cases, Wallets and Folios have evolved beyond your basic protection to become the perfect protective fashion accessory.
The new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus has faced some difficult moments like supply constraints, which kept Apple from meeting the demand for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. But now it looks like the California based company has been able to reduce shipment times on some models, but the company may have to make it up this year.
Twitter plans a native video player as an extension of its Vine service, and plans on being a rival to Google’s YouTube. Instead of doing the usual URL video tweet elsewhere, Twitter wants users to actually upload videos to their site to keep engagement, while giving users the ability to sell their products through advertisements.
Bank of America is one of the major financial institutions in the U.S. which is supporting Apple and their new payment system ‘Apple Pay’. In addition to this, the company in mid-December released a Christmas-related ad for Apple Pay, supporting both the payment system and the iPhone 6.
Apple’s latest Free App of the Week is a water color paint app, better known as Waterlogue. This app was recently featured in Apple’s new “Start Something New” webpage, which highlights the iPhone and iPad as a way of creating art through drawings and photographs.
The art displays (as seen above) are part of Apple’s new “Start Something New” campaign, which began last week, showcasing the “amazing things” that can be made with the company’s products. But in addition to the online art galleries. Apple also brought users art to retail stores, showcasing the creations and art of Apple users.
On Thursday, Apple has recently raised the price of the iOS and Mac Developer Program across Europe. In Germany, Apple has raised some prices to €99 year ($120) from €80 year ($97) in 2014, and in the UK pricing has been adjusted from £60 year ($93) to £79 year ($123).
Apple started off their 2015 annual ‘Lucky Bag’ promotion in Japan on Thursday. Which gives customers some big discounts on Apple products and accessories. A ‘Lucky Bag’ is a Japanese New Year tradition, also known as a ‘Fukubukuro’, which offers a bag for a set price, which is filled with unknown or random items, which might even contain Apple’s new iPhone 6.