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Apple pays tribute to Muhammad Ali on its homepage

Today, Apple is paying tribute to well known boxer Muhammad Ali, who died on Friday in the hospital at the age of 74. The quote on the page reads, ‘The man who has no imagination has no wings’. Both Tim Cook and Phil Schiller tweeted to show respect for the boxer. Ali was featured in a Think Different ad for Apple years ago. Steve Jobs used…

WWDC app updated with Apple TV support, dark theme

We’re a few weeks away from Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, and as per usual Apple has updated its WWDC app for iPhone and iPad. However, this time the company has taken it a step further and has made the app available for Apple TV for the first time. This year, Apple has gone with a brand new icon coupled with a dark theme similar to…

Apple offers new 2016 Back to School Deal

Apple is once again offering its Back to School deals for incoming students. Just as it had done last year, Apple announced that they will be giving a free pair of Beats headphones for every purchase of an eligible Apple product to be used for college. This means that if you purchase an iMac, MacBook, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro or a MacBook Air, you’ll be…

Apple releases iTunes 12.4.1 to the public

Apple today has released iTunes 12.4.1 to the public. The new release comes several weeks after the release of iTunes 12.4, and is mainly a bug fix release. It’s still unknown whether or not Apple has fixed it’s longstanding music deletion bug when subscribed to Apple Music. This release focuses on how iTunes handles up next and crossfade. Here’s…

Tons of iCloud services down right now

Yesterday, Apple Music was down for some users. Despite Apple never officially admitting such an outage, but now even more iCloud services are down. This includes the iOS and Mac App Stores, Find My Device, iWork for iCloud, calling between devices, and iCloud Photo Library. This time, however, Apple has officially stated via its iCloud System Status…

Apple releases updated version of iOS 9.3.2 for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro

It’s been a few weeks since Apple has pulled its iOS 9.3.2 firmware for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro due to reported bricking issues. Today, Apple has released an updated version of the firmware for the iPad Pro. The updated version of iOS 9.3.2, labeled build 13F72, can be downloaded over-the-air if the device was not previously bricked by the old version…

Leaked iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus cases: dual-camera, Smart Connector

Alleged cases for the next-generation iPhone, dubbed iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, have appeared online today. It appears that the case leaks are just putting multiple rumors into one. Most of the body has a resemblance of the iPhone 6s, which has also been rumored to happen. However, the case for the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus does show us the dual-camera…

Staggered Apple Pay rollout outside the U.S. due to technical issues

Apple Pay is making its way across the world, with the service recently rolling out to five major banks in Canada. However, a new report from Reuters has led us to believe that there are issues within the system for Apple, the banks, and merchants. The report says that Apple Pay is quite popular within the Apple enthusiast realm, but is having a tough…

iCloud Music Library causing issues for some Apple Music subscribers

An issue with iCloud Music Library is preventing some Apple Music subscribers from being able to access their libraries.  Apple’s System Status page has yet to acknowledge the issue, but some Apple Music subscribers have started to complain on social media. Some users are reporting that launching the Music app on iOS prompts them to ‘Join Apple Music’…

TrendForce: iPhone 7 will have 32/128/256GB storage configurations

Falling in line with previous reports, supply chain research done by TrendForce suggests that the iPhone 7 will look similarly to the iPhone 6s. The firm says that the majority of specs have been finalized and are right on the dot with rumors. will come in two sizes: 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches. The major hardware highlights include expanded storage for…

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos tells us why they don’t sell Apple TVs

A while back, Amazon decided they weren’t going to sell the Apple TV on its platform without any proper reasoning. Today, the company’s CEO Jeff Bezos told Re/code why it doesn’t sell Apple’s set-top box on Amazon. He says the lack of a native Apple TV client is the reason behind it. Not because Apple refused it, but because it would take up too many…