Recently, Apple’s 12-inch MacBook, which was released in April of 2015, is now available for purchase on Apple’s Certified Refurbished store. This move by the company makes the laptop a first as a Certified Refurbished unit.
In a new report by 9To5Mac, they confirm that the video of the purported 4-inch iPhone is fake. The new information they received regarding Apple’s upcoming 4-inch iPhone is also expected to be called the “iPhone 5se” and not the “iPhone 6c.” Read more
In recent Apple Pay news, Apple has added more than 50 banks and credit unions to the service. This move brings more support for iPhone, Apple Watch and iPad users across the newly added members. Read more
In a new report by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, the split of U.S iPad sales is now said to be weighted more in favor of the iPad mini, although the iPad Pro now reflects a “meaningful” 12% share during the December quarter. Read more
Apple updated Maps with four new Flyover locations, public transit data for Los Angeles, a European expansion of Nearby POI suggestions and Traffic data for Hong Kong and Mexico. Read more
Apple posted a new ad showcasing different apps for its Apple TV, and how “The Future Of TV Is Apps.” Only running for 31 seconds, the advertisement covers different TV channels, shows, and games that you can find on Apple’s set-top box. Read more
Looking to upgrade to the iPhone 6s? Right now, Carphone Warehouse is offering £100 off on the upfront cost of Apple’s latest flagship. Read more
If you’re the type of person that loves new backgrounds, pictures, and interesting imagery, then Wallpapers Plus might be for you. Wallpapers Plus offers more than 200 new wallpapers every day, including a list of unique categories. This app also offers beautiful full-screen slide shows to scroll through, making the possibilities endless. Read more
The latest apps to go free in the App Store are Clipboard Manager QuickClip, Jellies, and Cyclotron. Available for any iOS device running iOS 8.1 on up, these apps once had a price tag on them and are now free in the App Store.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Foxconn is in the process of biding for Sharp to replace them for producing iPhone displays. This merge would settle Sharp’s debt to Foxconn, and would have the company to take over Sharp in a bid for $5.3 billion.