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Leaked iPhone 6s packaging suggests 16GB base model

No matter how much we all hate it, it looks like Apple will be sticking to last years storage models, meaning 16GB will be sticking around for at least one more product cycle, according to a leaked image from Steve Hemmerstoffer. Apple has seen a lot of flack for keeping the 16GB base configuration around so long. Many thought that this would be the…

Ian Rogers, Beats 1 Executive leaves Apple

Today Apple confirmed that Ian Rogers, senior director and former Beats Music CEO has resigned nearly two months after the launch of Apple Music and Beats 1, according to Financial Times. Rogers was one of the few executives from Beats that joined Apple after Tim Cook and Co. bought out Beats for $3 billion last year. The former Beats Music CEO’s…

Apple partners with PayAnywhere, a new Apple Pay card reader for iOS

Today, Apple has announced the company will be partnering with PayAnywhere to provide a universal NFC reader, which supports Apple Pay, and traditional credit card swiping. The new credit card reader attaches to the bottom of iOS devices and will be exclusively sold at Apple Store starting in September. “We are very excited to launch sales exclusively…

iPhone 6s to have Apple Watch-like animated wallpapers

Apple is planning to bring Apple Watch-like animated wallpapers exclusively to its upcoming iPhone 6s, according to a report from 9to5Mac. The new animated wallpapers are inspired by the jellyfish, butterfly, or flowers Watch faces currently on the Apple Watch. The report goes on to say the new wallpapers will include “sets of animated fish from a koi…

Force Touch code discovered in iOS 9

After several rumors have suggested that Force Touch will be making its way to iPhone 6s, developer Hamza Sood has discovered some affirming indications in some iOS 9 pseudo code. Some force touch code in iOS. Looks like they’ve tested kb trackpad gestures on the 6s, activated via force touch pic.twitter.com/FWk2N1qgLg — Hamza Sood (@hamzasood)…

Apple starts selling third-party Watch accessories in Retail Stores

On Wednesday, Apple has begun selling ElevationLab’s NightStand for Apple Watch, the first third-party Apple Watch accessory to ever be sold through an Apple Store. The NightStand for Apple Watch was one of the first Apple Watch accessories to be sold, and it’s now the first Apple Watch accessory to be sold through Apple’s Retail Stores. The…

Adobe to bring new Photoshop app to iOS this fall

Photoshop has been a hugely popular editing tool on PCs and Macs for many years. It is the default standard for photo editing. And, according to CNET, it’ll be making its way to iOS. Adobe isn’t a stranger to iOS apps. In fact, Adobe has created an entire suite of apps to compliment their Creative Cloud offerings. In the past, Adobe has also had apps…

Verizon to activate non-Verizon iPhones on their network

Verizon has recently begun letting customers bring in non-Verizon phones such as the iPhone or Google’s Nexus 6 on their network, according to 9to5Mac. Verizon notes that your device must be unlocked to be used on their network. Customers looking to bring in their unlocked Nexus 6 or iPhone should visit this site to check if their device is…