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Video shows off a dummy $150 iPhone 7 mockup

While many reports claim that they’ve “leaked” the iPhone 7, this particular video doesn’t claim it at all. Rather, it takes one of the hundreds of Chinese-made clones of the upcoming device and looks at it in detail. This video puts all of the “leaks” to rest by noting that the majority of them aren’t functioning models or even use genuine Apple parts…

Apple Pay officially launches in France

At WWDC 2016, Apple announced that it would be expanding its Apple Pay mobile payments service to France, and now the company has fulfilled the promise and is now live in the country. With the addition of France, Apple Pay is now available in 8 countries. Apple Pay is supported by Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards from Banque Populaire,…

U.S. Army to switch to iPhone 6s from Android due to poor performance

The United States Army’s Special Operations Command will be switching from Android to the iPhone. Previously, the Army gave soldiers an Android Tactical Assault Kit, which was equipped with what is believed to be some variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note. They will now be using the new iPhone Tactical Assault Kit, which will feature the iPhone 6s (via…

Apple releases OS X 10.11.6 to the public

Along with other releases going out today, Apple has released OS X 10.11.6 to the public. Just like its other counterparts, OS X 10.11.6 is a fairly small release focused on bug fixes and under the hood changes. The update can be downloaded via the Mac App Store or via the Apple > App Store menu. There are currently no release notes for this…

Apple seeds macOS 10.12 beta 3 to developers

Along with other betas going out today, Apple has seeded its third beta of macOS 10.12 to developers. MacOS 10.12 Sierra packs some relatively major features such as Auto Unlock via Apple Watch, Apple Pay via iPhone, and Siri finally makes it debut on the Mac. The update is currently now available for both developers and public beta testers.  It’s…

Apple releases watchOS 2.2.2 to the public

Alongside various other betas, Apple is chugging along now releasing watchOS 2.2.2 to the public. Just like iOS 9.3.3, we don’t expect anything major in the release. In fact, Apple did not push any betas for the Apple Watch for watchOS 2.2.2 unlike other platforms. To install the update, you’ll need your Apple Watch connected to its charger and…

Apple releases tvOS 9.2.2 to the public

Today, Apple has released for tvOS 9.2.2 to the public. This is roughly a week since the last developer seed. TvOS 9.2 brought support for Bluetooth keyboards, folder arrangements on the home screen, and more. We’ll keep digging to see if there’s more changes and update this post as we find out. You can apply the new update by visiting Settings >…

Apple releases iOS 9.3.3 to the public

It’s been a week since Apple seeded iOS 9.3.3 beta 5 to developers. Apple today has released iOS 9.3.3 to the public. The new release does not feature any user facing changes and is mostly focused on bug fixes and stability improvements. You can update to the new firmware by going to Settings > General > Software Update, or by plugging your…

Apple seeds tvOS 10 beta 3 to developers

Alongside various other betas, today Apple seeds its third tvOS 10 beta to developers. TvOS 10 brings some notable changes to the platform such as single sign-on and a dark mode. It’s highly not recommended to run this beta as it may cause problems with your Apple TV down the road. However, to proceed: head to Apple’s Developer portal and download…

Apple seeds watchOS 3 beta 3 to developers

Alongside various other betas, Apple is chugging along now releasing watchOS 3 beta 3 to developers. Some notable feature enhancements in watchOS 3 include instant apps, a dock and overall speed improvements. If you’re a developer and want to get it yourself, you can get it from the Developer Portal. If you’re already on the beta, go ahead and…