Here’s a couple of neat things you might have missed over the past few days: In its latest iOS 9 update, Apple has renamed Mail’s “Trash” folder to “Rubbish” in some countries where the latter is the more popular term. It has also “Rickrolled” visitors to its Apple Watch support page.
Apple renames ‘Trash’ to ‘Rubbish’ for some countries in iOS 9, and ‘Rickrolls’ us on Apple Watch support page
After making iOS 9 available to the public on Wednesday, Apple has rolled out its new iCloud subscription plans with increased storage limits and revised pricing. Although its free tier hasn’t changed, all of the others have been altered in some way.
Apple introduced a method to recover deleted, lost, or removed Contacts, Calendars, Reminders and files from your iCloud account few days back. Whether you deleted a contact or reminder on accident or had a rogue application erase some of your iCloud data, you can now quickly recover those items without the need for a third-party application.
Yesterday, hours after the launch of Beats 1, the service temporarily went down for listeners. Unfortunately, another outage has hit Apple services.