Apple re-released iOS 9.3 Monday for owners of older devices. The company pulled iOS 9.3 for those devices last week after many experienced significant problems, including a problem with activating the device after the update completed. The new build is 13E237.
Pre-orders for Apple's new iPhone SE are off to a brisk start with sales already topping 3.4 million units in China. Interest in the U.S. is high, too with pre-orders showing delays only hours after Apple started sales on March 24.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo thinks Apple has a major redesign in store for this fall's iPhone 7. He thinks the next iPhone will sport a bigger and rounded display, and that it'll have a rounded glass back, too.
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Curved glass front and back sounds like an interesting design idea that could turn out great, or be a disaster. Considering the design is coming from Apple and not Samsung, there's a chance the design—assuming it's real—will be good.
Check out the Colossal, a 10-foot long MFi-certified Lightning cable. Not sure anything else about it needs to be said, except that it's just $13.99 through us. Giddy up!
Apple's new iPhone SE went on sale early this morning, and if you didn't order yours right away you may need to brace yourself for a wait. Ship time are starting to slip for the most popular model—Space Gray, 64GB—which means waits for other colors may not be far behind.
Apple launched pre-orders for the company's new iPad Pro (9.7-inch) and iPhone SE just after midnight, Pacific. Both new product lines are available for pre-order on the Apple Store as of this writing—they ship on March 31st.
One of the less-touted (but still cool!) new features of iOS 9.3 is the ability to sync PDFs into iBooks through Apple's iCloud syncing service. In today's Quick Tip, we'll talk about how you'll enable that, where you can view those PDFs, and how to add new ones to your devices!
Check out the Charge case, an iPhone case that its own hidden Lightning cable. On the back of the case is a lever. Pull it up, and inside is a short Lightning cable so you're never without one. But the lever also acts as a kickstand for your iPhone, giving you more flexibility. There are models for iPhone 6/6s and iPhone 6/6s Plus—they come in Space Gray or Gray and Orange (the lever/holder/stand is orange). You can get it through our deal for $15.99.
Apple's highly anticipated iOS 9.3 update will be available today, complete with Night Shift, encrypted Notes, revamped News, and more. The company showed off iOS 9.3 during its "Let us loop you in" media event on Monday.
Apple is keeping the 4-inch iPhone alive by introducing the iPhone SE on Monday. The new iPhone model sports modern features and components, and isn't just a renamed model with outdated parts.
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