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iOS 9.2 Beta Available for All Compatible iPhones
By Micah Bartos on Thursday October 29, 2015

The Public Beta of iOS 9.2 has been made available to everyone by Apple, or at least those who have a compatible iPhone that is. The days of betas being solely for developers has long gone, and if you so choose you can check out build 9.2 of Apple's iOS platform, although it is worth remembering that this is not the finished and polished version that will be rolled out over the air in the coming weeks.

Tim Cook Happy with Apple's Results
By Micah Bartos on Tuesday October 27, 2015

Despite Apple's third quarter iPhone sales falling below analyst predictions the company still shifted vastly more units compared to last year and CEO Tim Cook is in bullish mood. He said that Apple continues to steal consumers from Android and the company reported that its expansion in China and Taiwan is going extremely well.

Apple Disappoints Wall Street with Very Good Third Quarter
By Pablo Jimenez on Tuesday October 27, 2015

It seems as though Apple is having a typical "s" year. When the company launches an iPhone with an s at the end of the title there is usually a levelling out of sales, which in turn usually leads to plenty of doom mongering that Apple has topped out. It is happening again as Apple released its third quarter financials that showed that iPhone sales fell below analyst expectations.

Apple Music Has 6.5 Million Paying Subscribers
By Pablo Jimenez on Tuesday October 20, 2015

Apple has announced that its Apple Music streaming service is off to a good start as CEO Tim Cook revealed on Monday that the company has 6.5 million paying subscribers for the service. It is a very pleasing number for the company considering Apple Music only launched on June 30th of this year.

Apple Takes Home 90% of all Smartphone Profits During Q2
By Ang Torres on Thursday October 08, 2015

While we generally try to stay out of the Android vs. iOS or Samsung vs. Apple debate, we have to laugh when people point out that Samsung's superior sales hurt Apple. The laughter is because Apple is cleaning up in just about every aspect, aside from having huge amounts of devices like Samsung does. Indeed, Apple's dominance in individual product sales and income has been highlighted again by a Bloomberg report that shows that Cupertino rakes in 90% of all the profit made by smartphones.

Problems with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s Randomly Shutting Down
By Josh Dasey on Wednesday October 07, 2015

It seems as though some users of the newly launched iPhone 6s (and last year's iPhone 6) are experiencing issues with their new flagship smartphones from Apple. The problem appears to have started post update to iOS 9.0.2 and results in the handset getting all weird and even switching itself off randomly.

Apple iPad Pro to comes in November
By Josh Dasey on Monday October 05, 2015

Since Apple launched the iPad Pro (Apple Pencil and all) at the start of last month, the trail has gone a bit cold for the tablet come laptop wannabe. Cupertino has not said when the device will launch, but a report out of Japan points to an early November launch for the iPad Pro, with the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard landing at the same time.

Apple Reveals iPhone 6s Sales of 13 Million in Three Days
By Luke Jones on Monday September 28, 2015

Last year the iPhone 6 was a monster hit and swept all before it to breaking just about every smartphone sales record there is. Surely the only way was down for Apple and the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus? Not quite as Apple has just officially revealed that it shipped a whopping 13 million units of the new iPhone 6s range over the first three days of release.

Rose Gold iPhone Popular Among Pre-Order Consumers
By Luke Jones on Friday September 25, 2015

The pink (ahem, we mean rose gold) iPhone 6s is proving to be something of a hit among consumers with the device making up the majority of pre-order units. Much like the gold iPhone 5s launched two years ago, many people thought the color option simply wouldn't look good or appeal to consumers. However, Apple proved us all wrong twice is seems.

Verizon Debuts iPhone Upgrade Plans
By Luke Jones on Thursday September 24, 2015

We are not exactly surprised to see that Verizon has created a program for upgrading the iPhone year after year. The company followed T-Mobile's path by doing away with subsidized contracts, which prompted Apple to create its iPhone Upgrade Program and for T-Mobile to follow suit. Verizon is now joining the party with its Device Payment option.