Mpow 3-Port Intelligent Car Charger: $13.99

4:48 PM, Jun. 5th, 2015 · · iObserver

Mpow 3-Port Intelligent Car Charger: $13.99

Check out the Mpow 3-Port Intelligent Car Charger. It's a three port charger for your mobile devices for your car. It auto-detects those devices, too, so that it can send the right amount of power to that device for maximum charging. It retails for $70, but through our deal it's yours (or your father's...) for $13.99.

Apple Dumps AT&T Subsidized iPhone Options for Next Plan

10:47 AM, Jun. 5th, 2015 · · iObserver

Want an AT&T network iPhone? You're looking at AT&T's Next plan, now

Only days after AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega said subsidized phone prices are going away, Apple dropped the option for iPhones on the carrier's network. Instead of offering iPhones on AT&T's network with two-year contracts and subsidized prices, Apple now only offers the AT&T Next plan which spreads the cost of a new iPhone over several months.

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AT&T has been telegraphing its move away from subsidized phone plans, so it shouldn't be a big surprise seeing the change show up in the Apple Store.

Make Your Own Default Replies for Apple Watch Messages

11:15 AM, Jun. 4th, 2015 · · iObserver

Make your own custom replies for Apple Watch Messages

Replying to Messages conversations on your Apple Watch is pretty convenient, especially since Apple included a list of default replies you can use. But what if you want to have your own default replies? No problem. Read on to learn how to customize the default reply list on your Apple Watch.

Apple Watch in Italy, Mexico, More on June 26

9:09 AM, Jun. 4th, 2015 · · iObserver

Apple Watch coming to seven more countries June 26

Apple Watch will be available in seven more countries on June 26, making for 16 countries where you can get—with a little wait—Apple's brand new smartwatch. You'll be able to start buying Apple Watch in stores on the 26th, too.

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Looks like we're close to seeing easy availability of Apple Watch, unless you want the 42mm Space Black stainless steel model with the black Link Bracelet.

ShowTime Goes Standalone with Apple TV Exclusive at Launch

6:52 PM, Jun. 3rd, 2015 · · iObserver

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ShowTime announced Wedneday that it will offer its content over the Internet as a streaming service, similar to HBO's move earlier in 2015. The service will launch as an Apple TV exclusive in July for US$10.99 per month. HBO Go is $14.99 per month.

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And thus continues the unraveling of the legacy cable TV industry.

New Apple TV Hardware Reportedly Pulled from WWDC Lineup

6:42 PM, Jun. 3rd, 2015 · · iObserver

New Apple TV Hardware Reportedly Pulled from WWDC Lineup

Apple recently decided to pull new Apple TV hardware from its World Wide developer Conference lineup, according to online reports. Citing unnamed sources "briefed on the product," the newspaper reported that Apple didn't think the next generation of the device was ready.

Fantastical 2.3 Brings a Proper Event and To-do View to Apple Watch

10:59 AM, Jun. 3rd, 2015 · · iObserver

Flexibits released Fantastical 2.3 for the iPhone with support for Apple Watch on Wednesday, and Apple could take some cues from their efforts. The update brings the Calendar alternative to your wrist, complete with schedule views, notifications for upcoming events, and a Glance view that shows a quick overview of your day. Fantastical also plugs a glaring Apple Watch hole: it shows your iPhone Reminders.