While the Apple TV technically comes with a physical remote inside the box, sometimes utilizing your iOS-based device can be just as handy. A patent application showcases Apple’s idea for making that software option a bit more robust.
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Ever since the official launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, “bend tests” have become more than commonplace on the internet, as everyone tries to find out just how durable Apple’s new flagships are. Samsung is getting ahead of the game, thanks to a new video published to one of their YouTube channels.
Chinese carriers report 2 million reservations for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in first six hours of early signups
Before the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launched in the United States and other countries, it was repotted that China would not be part of the initial launch window, which was set for September 19. Now that a launch date has been confirmed, though, Chinese carriers are seeing plenty of interest in Apple’s newest flagships.
In early August, it was reported that Samsung’s semiconductor business had begun to see business slipping after Apple had chosen another company for its current-generation A8 processor. However, the president of Samsung’s semiconductor arm seems a bright future on the horizon.
Activation Lock is a tool that was introduced with iOS 7, and was subsequently turned on by default with the launch of iOS 8, and now Apple has launched a tool for individuals to find out if an iOS device has been locked to an account.
In early September, it was revealed that long-time friend of Jony Ive and industrial designer Marc Newson would be joining Apple, but the details at the time were light. Now, Newson has opened up a bit, even if a few important bits are still missing.
In mid-September it was revealed that the Continuity featured tied to SMS Forwarding would be “delayed” until October. The reason was pretty obvious: a lack of OS X Yosemite for public consumption.