We won't officially see the next iPhones for months, but two of the top Apple stories this week involved new rumors about the next version of Apple's flagship iOS device. There's also an pdate on the bending iPhone controversy from last year! But there's not just phone news here: also get the latest on the 12-inch MacBook, HBO Now on Apple Devices, lots of springtime iOS apps, and more in this week's roundup.
In today's Apple Daily, allegedly "leaked" screenshots may show some of the pricing details for AppleCare+ for the Apple Watch. In other news, Samsung's new smartphone gets subjected to the same pressures we saw during last year's "Bendgate," and it ain't pretty.
In today's Apple Daily, a rumor pops up claiming that Apple's new Force Touch technology may only come to the so-called iPhone 6s Plus and not to its smaller sibling. In other news, Apple has assembled a useful and educational assortment of apps in honor of World Autism Awareness Day.
In today's Apple Daily, a Vietnamese site ensures that we get a look at the thin new MacBook with Retina display more than a week ahead of the device's launch. In other news, Apple reportedly wants channel providers to shoulder the costs and responsibilities of hosting streams for its upcoming online TV service.
In today's Apple Daily, the CEO of HBO claims the company decided to launch its cable-free subscription service with Apple because, well, Apple users love HBO. In other news, complications at the checkout counter are keeping Apple Pay from taking off like wildfire.
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In today's Apple Daily, photos of the recently rumored "iPhone 6c" are already making their way across the Internet. In other news, you'll apparently have to sign up for a try-on reservation if you expect to buy an Apple Watch in-store, and even then you might have to wait for it. Also, Apple announced the date of its next earnings call.
Everybody knows that new iPhones will be arriving later this year, what size will they be? That topic was one of the biggest (no pun intended) Apple stories this week, along with info on other new Apple hardware (a keyboard, to be exact), the latest on Apple Watch, news on Apple TV, big acclaim for Tim Cook, and an annniversary celebration of OS X. Read on for all the details!
In today's Apple Daily, Apple CEO Tim Cook expresses his opposition to Indiana's controversial new law. In other news, NBCUniversal's absence from the "known" roster of channels for Apple's rumored online streaming TV service has nothing to do with negotiations gone wrong. Also, Apple has officially announced when the three dedicated Apple Watch stores-within-stores will open.
In today's Apple Daily, we learn that Apple might be planning to release three new iPhones this September. In other news, Fortune magazine has called Apple CEO Tim Cook the "world's greatest leader," and Apple Watch apps are already starting to appear on the App Store in preparation for the device's April 24 release.