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Drawing of iPad Air 3 with LED flash and four speaker design leaked

On Monday, a drawing published by French blog NowhereElse.fr indicates that the third-generation iPad Air will be borrowing the four speaker design of the iPad Pro. In addition, the iPad Air 3 may also include an LED flash to improve picture quality taken from the iPad. The blog says that it has reliable sources and has been correct on two out of…

Apple adds an additional 50 banks and credit unions to Apple Pay

In Apple’s continued expansion of Apple Pay, the company has added another 50 U.S. banks to the company’s mobile payment service. Apple Pay is available for iPhone 6 and above and Apple Watch in-store via NFC. The service is also available in-app for any iPad supporting Touch ID. Here’s the list: 1st MidAmerica Credit Union Achieve…

Apple releases iOS 9.2.1 to the public

Alongside OS X 10.11.3, today Apple has released iOS 9.2.1 to the public. The firmware has been in beta for several weeks and contains a small MDM fix that would have apps stall while downloading or installing. Today’s update is available over-the-air and is compatible with all devices that support iOS 9. iOS 9.2.1 marks the fifth update to iOS 9 to…

How to hide default apps on iOS 9.3 beta 1

For years, iOS users have expressed their desires for the ability to hide some default iOS apps, like Stocks and Tips. Using Apple Configurator 2.2 beta with iOS 9.3 beta 1 (and a developer account), it is now possible to hide individual stock apps from the home screen. Heads up: This process requires the device to be in “Supervised” mode, which can be…

Exact Wi-Fi Assist data usage now shown in iOS 9.3 beta

Yesterday, Apple pushed iOS 9.3 beta 1 to developers. With it came some new headlining features such as NightShift, but iOS 9.3 also came with some smaller features such as showing how much data Wi-Fi assist is using. First discovered by MacRumors, you can now see how much data Wi-Fi Assist is eating up. And just like any other app, you can view the…

Apple seeds iOS 9.3 beta 1 to developers

It’s been a few weeks since Apple seeded the second iOS 9.2.1 beta to developers and public beta testers, Apple today has seeded its first iOS 9.3 beta to developers. iOS 9.3 is the third major revision for iOS 9. iOS 9.3 beta is now available for download via Apple’s Developer Center. We assume a public beta for the firmware will soon be available…

How to temporarily hide stock icons on iOS 9

If you’re looking to hide icons that come stock on your iOS device, YouTuber Jose Rodriguez has found a way. Most users just throw useless icons into some sort of junk folder, Apple aids you in some ways by allowing you to hide the iTunes and iBooks Stores, as well as the Podcast app. Though Rodriguez’s method is fairly simple, it may not be available…

TiP Year in Review: First generation products, services, and more

2015 was a big year for Apple, the company unveiled a lot of new first-generation products, services, and accessories. There’s a lot to cover and this could easily become a long 3,000 word post (post edit: it is), but we’ll only be going over the essentials. Products Starting in March with Apple’s Spring Forward event, the company first started with…