Cygnett Unleashes Their New Workmate Case

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The company Cygnett brings us their new case the ‘Workmate case’. Made to protect the iPhone 6 it comes with a malleable TPU core which is to absorb shock, reinforced corners, a tough polycarbonate shell, and a silicone exterior for added grip. This case helps prevent accidents and protects your iPhone 6 from harm. It also has button covers, while sporting cut-outs that are all precise.

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Here’s What Makes The iPhone 6 so Tough

Corning-gorilla-glass-flex-640x425 Corning is the producer of one of the toughest glasses out there, which is Gorilla Glass. This glass has been a long time partner of Apple, and Corning’s reliable tough Gorilla Glass has been used in several generations of iPhones and iPads, this includes the recent iPad Air 2, and the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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Walmart Cutting iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Prices

Retail Sales Recently, Walmart stores are seeking to gain more customers after the post-Thanksgiving rush, by selling Apple’s iPhone 6 for $129, a reduction of $50 from the retailer’s usual price. Starting this week, the company is offering that price when customers buy the 16-gigabyte model and sign up for a two-year contract from AT&T, Verizon Wireless or Sprint. Walmart is selling larger-screen iPhone 6 Plus for $229, down from $279.

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Apple Pay Adds Support For Two New Banks

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As more banks jump on board with Apple Pay, a pocket of other banks do the same. Well, on Wednesday, Apple Pay now added support for two more banks. As Apple continues to slowly release support for the more than 500 US banks they said would support the new payments services. These two new banks include Fremont Bank, and the National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union.
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Apple to Build New Massive R&D Center in Japan

apple-logoWith existing Apple research and development centers in Israel, Taiwan and Shanghai, the company is now looking to build another facility in Japan, which Reuters reported on Tuesday. The “cutting-edge” R&D center was confirmed by Japan’s Prime Minister Abe Shinzo, which a company spokesman later confirmed, saying that the plan calls for several dozen jobs to be created as a result.

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