If the iPhone 6c is real, it'll reportedly be a much more attractive unit than its predecessor from 2013, at least according to new rumors. Elsewhere, Apple is offering free repairs for iPhone 6 Plus units with faulty cameras, and Samsung is trying to win over iPhone users with a pretty extreme deal.
The Apple TV, long on the rise, is now merely the fourth most popular streaming media device in the U.S. Elsewhere, Apple put up a magnificent display to promote the Apple Watch at Selfridges in London, Samsung has decided to take its patent case with Apple all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, and one of the greatest RPGs of all time is now available for iOS.
New documents suggest that Apple is a lot farther along in its rumored quest to design its own car than previously suspected, although the nature of the car itself is still anyone's educated guess. In other news, Samsung's latest attempt to lessen the amount it has to pay to Apple in the aftermath of 2012's big patent suit was just denied.
If you're a developer who's been annoyed by Apple's practice of letting iOS beta users leave reviews for unsupported apps, you'll find some happy news in today's Apple Daily. And there's happy news for Apple, too, despite yesterday's stock slump: the Apple Watch now commands the lion's share of the smartwatch market, and iOS devices as a whole achieved an important milestone.
The new iPhones are finally coming together — quite literally, in fact, as word dropped today that Samsung and TSMC are in the process of making the new A9 chips. Elsewhere, a scam is once again robbing hapless iOS users of their money, and the class-action lawsuit regarding employee bag checks at Apple retail stores has returned.
We're still more than a month out from WWDC, but the rumors are already starting to mount. Will the new Apple TV be there, and will it have a new touch-screen remote? Will Apple's streaming music service be there or will it no-show? For now, though, the Apple world is still abuzz with Apple Watch news — in fact, it's been rated #1 by a well-regarded organization. Plus Samsung's up to its old shenanigans! That and more in our collection of the week's biggest Apple news!
In today's Apple Daily, it appears Samsung's up to its old Apple-copying ways again. Meanwhile, a new video shows how you can put a third-party band on your Apple Watch, and what's this about Apple trying to bully established music streaming services into dropping their free tiers?
In today's Apple Daily, two Oklahomans stab each other while arguing about whether iOS or Android is better. In other news, Apple Pay might finally be coming to Canada in November, and Apple will start offering free "Apple Watch Basics" workshops at select Apple Stores on April 24.
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.
A new report shows just how impressive Apple's fourth quarter for 2014 was, and this one claims iPhones finally outsold Samsung handsets. In addition, Apple's now saying "no" to contracted security guards for most of its operations, opting instead to create its own security force.