The Apple Store is back online for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus preorders, though a variety of quirks have affected some users. Despite such issues, many people have successfully booked their preorder for delivery or pick up on September 25th, 2015.
With iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus upgrade frenzy kicking of, we put together a comparison chart for prices being paid by the major trade-in programs out there. Our chart includes Apple, Gazelle, Amazon, iCracked, Best Buy, and NextWorth. [Updated with prices from Apple and additonal details on payments from Gazelle and Amazon.]
Apple took its online Apple Store down in advance of the company's new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus becoming available for pre-order at 12:01 AM September 12th PDT, or Saturday morning.
Apple has published a comparison chart showing the major differences between its $69 2013 Apple TV and "the new Apple TV" announced on September 9 that starts at $149.
With the proliferation of leasing programs for smartphones from U.S. carriers, many people are able to upgrade their iPhone every year. There can be a snag, however, because all of those plans require at least 12 payments. Here's how to check your AT&T Next plan for eligibility and make a payment if needed.
We know Apple's new iPad Pro will ship with 32 GB and 128 GB storage options, but what we weren't told was how much RAM the 12.9-inch tablet will have. Thanks to Adobe, we know—or at least kind of know—what its memory specs will be when it ships this November.
One announcement that went almost unnoticed during Apple's "Hey Siri" media event on Wednesday was iCloud storage pricing. Apple lowered the monthly fees for additional storage beyond the 5GB free level, making it more affordable than it was before.
Apple's "Hey Siri" event had quite a few announcements on Wednesday. Kelly happened to notice a few things that actually didn't show up during the event and compiled them all into a convenient list for you. Check out what we did NOT see in between all the updated products.
If you're a developer and want to get your hands the new Apple TV for app testing before its official release, you'll need to sign up by September 11. Apple has a Web page ready to go, and they're making test units available in several countries.
Apple announced iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus during Wednesday's "Hey Siri" event. The anchor features include 3D Touch, a variant of the Force Touch technology introduced on the touchpad for MacBook. The device will also include significant camera improvements, faster Touch ID, the new A9 processor, and a Move from Android migration feature for switchers.
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