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iPhone Upgrade Program now offered through Apple’s website

When Apple announced the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus last year, they talked about a new program that enticed users to upgrade their phone every year instead of a two-year cycle. Called the iPhone Upgrade Program, the program was only available to customers who made purchases through Apple Stores. Today, this upgrade program will no longer be limited to…

New Chinese site points to digital Home button on iPhone 7

It looks like the iPhone 7 is bulking up to be one pretty exciting device when it launches later this year, that is if the rumors prove to be true. Prior to today’s report, the iPhone 7 is believed not to undergo a major design overhaul from its predecessor– the iPhone 6s. A Chinese rumor site released news today that the iPhone 7 could be equipped…

WWDC 2016 tickets distributed after lottery closes

As expected, Apple notified those receiving Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) tickets today, and began charging the $1,599 ticket price to their credit cards. Apple also provided 350 WWDC scholarships to students and participants of certain STEM organizations, and an additional 125 scholarships for budding developers without the financial means to…

Report: Next Apple Watch will offer cellular connectivity

According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple’s second-generation Apple Watch will have cellular abilities, which would significantly expand functionality when out of range of a paired iPhone. According to WSJ’s sources, Apple is considering selling both Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular models, just like iPads. While this might complicate the buying process,…

Apple will stop approving non-native Apple Watch apps on June 1st

Starting June 1, Apple will not approve non-native Apple Watch app submissions. The policy was announced on Apple’s developer website: When Apple announced that watchOS 2 would support native Apple Watch apps, virtually no one complained. Perhaps the biggest problem plaguing Apple’s entry into the wearable market is the lagginess of many apps. Native…

TiP top 5: Mallorie’s top 5 iOS productivity apps

There are an ample amount of productivity apps out there that it’s extremely hard to narrow down my top five; however, the following apps are probably the apps that I use most often and prove to be great additions to the iPhone. These apps continue to be my daily drivers and are my go-to apps of choice when it comes to getting the job done, whether it…