The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been on sale for barely a blink of an eye, but Apple has gone ahead and updated their “Other Repair” section of the website to reflect out-of-warranty pricing if you need a repair.
As Apple Stores, wireless retail shops, and other big box retailers opened their doors on September 19, they were more often than not greeted with lines of individuals hoping to get their hands on a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. For those at the Palo Alto Apple Retail location, a special guest made a welcomed appearance.
On Wednesday, September 9, Apple officially unveiled their smartwatch, the Apple Watch. Unfortunately, rumors that it would not launch until much later turned out to be true, and Apple is making everyone wait until early 2015 to get their wrists under the new wearable.
As I had mentioned briefly in my iPhone 6 Plus tidbits post, Apple has added a new feature called Display Zoom in the new higher resolution iPhones.
It’s Friday, September 19, which means it’s iPhone Day. This year, there are two new models to choose from, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, and the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. First impressions matter when you take your device out of the box for the first time, so how does the iPhone 6 stack up? It’s time to find out if we swoon or cringe.
You may have probably seen the drop test video by folks at PhoneBuff, who put an iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus through a series of drop tests, for the sole purpose of discovering just how long they’ll last.
We love how well our Macs hold up over time, providing plenty of longevity and value. But time and usage will eventually wear on our favorite computers and things will start to slow down. You can combat this slow down and dip your computer into the Fountain of Youth by keeping it clean with CleanMyMac 2. A two-pack of the award-winning Mac utility app is on sale right now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.