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BeatsX will go on sale on February 10 at Apple retail and online stores in the U.S., two new colors announced

The delayed BeatsX earphones will be available on February 10 in Apple retail and online stores in the United States. BeatsX are a neckband-style earphone that uses a W1 chip, following the Beats Solo 3, Powerbeats 3, and the Apple AirPods. Beats has also announced two new color options: grey and blue, in addition to the existing black and white…

Apple seeds second iOS 10.3 beta to developers

Apple today has seeded its second beta of iOS 10.3 to developers. The beta should include new features such as the “Theatre Mode” that was rumored along with other bug fixes and stability improvements. iOS 10.3 beta 2 is now available for download via Apple’s Developer Center. The beta is currently available for developers and public beta…

Apple seeds tvOS 10.2 beta 2 to developers

Apple today has seeded its second beta of tvOS 10.2 beta to developers alongside iOS 10.3 beta 2 today. This comes several about a week after the last beta. tvOS 10.2 beta 2 is now available for download via Apple’s Developer Center. As always, tvOS betas are strictly available for developers only. It is highly unrecommended to run this beta on…

Apple seeds watchOS 3.2 beta 2 to developers

Apple today has seeded its second beta of watchOS 3.2 beta to developers. This comes a little under a week since the last beta. The new beta includes SiriKit support and a “Theater Mode” that prevents the Watch from waking its screen when raising the wrist. watchOS 3.2 beta 2 is now available for download via Apple’s Developer Center. The beta is for…

With no official launch, BeatsX begin to appear ready for pickup in certain Apple Stores, still unavailable to purchase

The BeatsX earphones have begun showing up in stock at brief moments at a time for in-store pickup in the United States. However, availability quickly turns back to “unavailable” and it’s not possible to add it to the cart. The Best Buy website has also switched from being out of stock to “check stores” instead. The change in wording on both websites…

Apple continues to fight Australian banks for not adopting Apple Pay

Apple’s been battling out with Australian banks in regards to supporting Apple Pay in the country. Banks demand that Apple open up its NFC chips to offer competing contactless payment solutions. Apple refused and now the banks have gone to court. Draft rulings indicate that the court will rule in Apple’s favor, however the final decision will be made…