Wednesday wasn't a shining moment in the history of Apple software updates, as a rogue iOS 8.0.1 patch intended to fix a few smaller issues wound up causing big problems for iPhone 6 owners. A fix is on the way, but in the meantime Apple has detailed instructions on how to get those devices working again, and today's Morning Report also has details on a new AppleSeed test and bulletproof screen protectors for the latest iPhones. It's all just a click away!
It appears to be game on for Android-based wearables now that Google has thrown down the gauntlet on its own offerings, which will be available in the coming months from LG and Motorola. Meanwhile, Apple continues to be mum on the subject, but something tells us whatever they eventually do come up with will likely make us all forget about every other device in the category...
If you're looking for great deals on refurbs but don't really have a lot to spend, this is the place. This week we focus on Macs that won't set you back more than a grand as we find the lowest refurb deals on high quality computers.
Jump ahead! Don't read this! Get to the deals below the fold. There are some great sales on refurbs that are limited time offers only and you don't want to miss out on these. Why are you still reading this????
We decided to go easy on the refurbs for a bit to let some of that stock move so we can see some new deals slip into place. But there really wasn't much in the way of Macs this week. No, the real action is in the accessory market. As the iPhone 5 rolls out across the globe, accessory makers are rushing to meet it and be THE case you want, while we suspect we're going to start to see 30-pin doodads begin to get the clearance sale treatment. With no further ado, let's go see those accessories!
If you're going to buy a MacBook, now's the time to do it with sales like these. If you're going to buy an iPad? Hmmmm. We'd wait a week or two on that one. Meanwhile, save some dough with these daily deals, then use your savings for a nice new iOS device coming out shortly...
Try as Apple might to keep its new iPhones a secret, if the company wants to have accessories available on launch day, they have to share with third-party companies. That’s why cases are often an early indicator of what the next generation device will look like, and now comes a new wrinkle: A screen protector that’s mysteriously a little wider, with space for an elongated home button.