After years of regulatory hurdles, Apple’s iPhones will be available widely in Argentina from next month. Since 2009, the iPhone has not been available through major Argentian carriers like Telefonica SA, America Movil SAB, and Telecom Argentia SA due to rules announced by Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was the Argentian president from 2009 to 2015.
GigSky offers data for the iPad via the Apple SIM exclusively in over 140 countries. The provider has now added 40+ countries, taking the tally above 180.
Apple has started blocking apps from the App Store that use the term “free” or have any other pricing information in their name and metadata. Since almost the last one month now, developers have been blocked from uploading such apps to iTunes Connect.
Apple has released the newest version of macOS, bringing macOS Sierra 10.12.4 to the public.
A new report from Financial Times claims that Apple is now focusing on building its AR glasses more than even before. The company’s AR efforts now have the second highest priority within the company, right below the iPhone.
Target has a very solid deal on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus for its in-store customers lasting until April 1, 2017. Buying a new iPhone 7 or 7 Plus from one of Target’s outlet, excluding the PRODUCT(RED) iPhone 7, with a new line or an upgrade will make you eligible for a $300 gift card.
Earlier this month, Apple silently launched a 32GB iPhone 6 variant to replace the ageing 16GB iPhone 6 in some Asian markets. The company was primarily selling the new 32GB iPhone 6 in Asia through a handful of carriers and online stores back then albeit in limited quantities.