The Apple Card hasn’t been released nationally to all of the iPhone users right now, but people who signed up for the Apple Card launch notification email got an invite to try out the Apple Card. But some applicants got their application revoked for many reasons.
Continue reading Apple Details Reasons Why They Decline Apple Card Applications
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watchOS 6 introduced more ways for the Apple Watch to be more independent than ever. This includes its own App Store, podcasts, Apple Books, independent apps, cellular and connectivity settings. But what is more interesting that lessens an Apple Watch’s dependence on the iPhone is the ability to update your Watch independently. Continue reading watchOS 6 Beta 2 Allows Independent OTA Software Updates Without iPhone
iOS 13 developer beta 2 adds bug fixes, improvements and more to your iPhone. These fixes and updates include SMB and APFS file transfers in Files, Screen Time Downtime mirroring from iPhone to Apple Watch, Picture In Picture on tvOS and many more awesome changes in iOS 13 beta 2. Let’s jump into the details about this update. Continue reading iOS 13 Beta 2 Released to Developers
Yesterday, Apple Xinyi A13 had its grand opening at Taipei. This is another flagship store in the Taiwanese district of Xinyi, consisting of two floors of the latest Apple products and the modern, streamlined design passed from the newest Apple Stores to another. Continue reading Apple Xinyi A13 Opened Saturday Morning
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Nowadays, Apple has required all Mac users running macOS 10.10 Yosemite and earlier to update to latest macOS versions or update their third-party browsers in order to check out the Apple Online Store. Users will get an error message every time they attempt to visit the Apple Online Store website on older macOS versions. Continue reading Apple is no longer allowing users running OS X Yosemite or earlier to access their online store
Apple recently released a new version of Logic Pro X for the upcoming Mac Pro. They added optimizations to performance in the app, enabling the Mac Pro to take its own advantage of the groundbreaking power. Here are all of the changes that are in this update. Continue reading Logic Pro X 10.14.5 Updates with Performance Improvements
Korean news firm The Elec reports that the successor of the iPhone XR will have a slightly larger battery than the current iPhone XR. Although this may still make the iPhone XR the longest-lasting iPhone in terms of battery life, we have to see what this change has to do with the battery’s longevity.
Continue reading iPhone XIR to Receive 5% Gain in Battery Capacity
Many Apple Watch Series 4 users complained about a defect regarding the uneven brightness levels on their Apple Watch. This consists of the screen getting unusually darker or lighter in some areas, fading and the screen being darker than usual. This only happens on 1 in every 10 Apple Watches distributed to the market and it is a fairly common defect. Continue reading Display Issues And Defects on Apple Watch Series 4
MacRumors got themselves hands-on with the rumored iPhone XI case with the current iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. These prototype cases came from case manufacturers who pitched in with Apple suppliers to get design information about the next iPhones. They consist of the cases for iPhone XI, iPhone XI Max and the successor of iPhone XR. Let’s take a look at these cases that suggest the next design of the iPhone. Continue reading iPhone XI Prototype Cases Gives A Perspective on the Next iPhone
Apple released the public version of iOS 12.3.2. This iOS version is released a month after iOS 12.3, which is the last major version of iOS 12. Here are the bug fixes and changes you need to know about this update. Continue reading iOS 12.3.2 Released for iPhone 8 Plus Pertaining to Portrait Mode Issues