Since iPhone X pre-orders didn’t start until the end of October you’ll have to pay off the part of your phone’s cost that’s still outstanding, which could be several hundred dollars.
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John Martellaro and Kelly Guimont join Jeff Gamet to talk about Apple Watch as our intelligent guardian, plus they share their thoughts on iPhone XR and what announcements Apple may have later this year.
Apple Watch Series 4 pre-orders start on Friday, September 14th, and deliveries start on September 21st, except for the Nike+ model which delivers on October 5th.
Apple dropped the iPhone SE from its online store after announcing the iPhone XS and iPhone XR on Wednesday.
The camera technology in the iPhone XS looks pretty impressive, and Apple has a video showing off some of what it can do with video. The video shows off the slow motion, time lapse, and 4K features in a little under a minute. You get to see how the shots were set up along with the footage they capture. It’s beautiful and makes me want to get my hands on an iPhone XS right now instead of on September 21st when deliveries start.
Brian Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to share their reactions to Apple’s iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, and Apple Watch Series 4 product announcements.
Along with iOS 12 for the iPhone and iPad, Apple is releasing tvOS 12 for Apple TV and Apple TV 4K on Monday, September 17th.
macOS Mojave, the next version of Apple’s Mac operating system, will be available on September 24th as a free upgrade for compatible Macs.
iOS 12 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch will officially launch on Monday, September 17th as a free upgrade for compatible devices.
Apple introduces iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max with OLED screens, and the lower-priced iPhone XR with LCD screen.
Apple introduced Apple Watch Series 4 on Wednesday with bigger displays and new watch faces with more detailed complications.
Apple’s “Gather Round” media event for the new iPhone and Apple Watch product launches is set to start at 10 AM pacific time. Join The Mac Observer for our live coverage of Apple’s announcements. And be sure to stick around after the event for our extra news and analysis, plus our Daily Observations wrap up.
Pixelmator Pro for the Mac is a powerful image editing app for the Mac, and now it can do even more. The app added Bokeh, Light Leak, and Spin blur effects, an Auto Selective Color adjustment, and more. It’s also on sale for 50% off to make jumping into the new school year a little more affordable. Currently, it’s available for US$29.99 on Apple’s Mac App Store.
Apple’s website leaked details about today’s announcements, including the new iPhone names and colors, as well as details about the new Apple Watch lineup.
Apple’s online store is down ahead of this morning’s “Gather Round” media event where we’ll see new iPhone and Apple Watch models announced.
Adma Christianson from the Maccast and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to talk about why they are—or aren’t—interested in upgrading to Apple’s soon to be announced new iPhone and Apple Watch models.
Apple’s new lower-priced smartphone could be called iPhone Xr, or maybe iPhone XC.
Here are three ways to watch Apple’s “Gather Round” media event on Wednesday as it happens.
If you’re planning on getting Apple’s 6.1-inch LCD iPhone on launch day, good luck with that. A Bloomberg report says Apple could delay its release because of manufacturing issues related to the LCD panels. The report says,
Apple has faced tight supply of the new low-cost model due to minor complications fitting backlights for the LCD screen, according to people familiar with the matter. That could mean the lower-cost device ships in limited quantities initially, they said. Apple may be tempted to delay availability of the LCD version to gauge demand for the more expensive largest new iPhone.
That means there’s a good chance that Apple will announce the 6.1-inch iPhone model on Wednesday, but only the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED models will ship this month. We could have to wait several weeks before the 6.1-inch model is available. If you want a new iPhone right away you’ll have to get the higher end OLED models.
7-Eleven will support Apple Pay contactless payments at nearly all of its more than 10,000 convenience stores in the United States by the end of September.