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Starting June, some Apple Retail Stores will stock Apple Watch

Starting June, some Apple Retail Stores will stock Apple Watch

Apple is planing on getting the Apple Watch into Retail Stores by June, as the initial plan was to make the watch an online exclusive in May. Also Apple has had enormous supply and stock issues with a lot of orders taking multiple months, but Apple is still aiming to get the Apple Watch into stores by June. Tim Cook recently visited China, on that visit he spoke with Apple’s […]

New Lighting iPhone dock launches, works with iPhone 6

New Lighting iPhone dock launches, works with iPhone 6

As well as the new 15-inch MacBook, price drops on the 5K iMac and more – Apple very quietly released a new dock for the iPhone, more specifically iPhones with Lightning docks. iPhone Lightning Dock Gallery Apple has release docks the iPhone 3G and iPhone 4 but in 2012 when Apple moved from the 30-pin connector to Lighting we had to wait until the iPhone 5c and 5s until we […]

First Apple Watch software update launches, with bug fixes and more

First Apple Watch software update launches, with bug fixes and more

Today, the first software update for the Apple Watch launched, bringing a number of bug fixes and performance improvements. The Apple Watch initially went on sale on April 24 shipping with version 1.0 of Watch OS. The update is handled through the Apple Watch app which is pre-installed on iPhone. You can update by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Version 1.0.1 brings some much needed performance improvements […]

New MacBook Pro 15-inch launches, with Force Touch

New MacBook Pro 15-inch launches, with Force Touch

The new MacBook had all the fun with the Force Touch trackpad and so did the 13-inch MacBook Pro, now Apple has launched a new version of the 15-inch MacBook Pro. When the new MacBook launched back in March, it got the new Force Touch trackpad and so did the 13-inch MacBook Pro, but the 15-inch didn’t receive any updates or attention, some rumours suggested a release for WWDC, but […]

‪Windows‬ 10 is to be the last version of Windows

‪Windows‬ 10 is to be the last version of Windows

Microsoft may have surprised a few people with its latest announcement that Windows 10 will be the last version of the operating system. The news came this week from Jarry Nixon who is an employee at Microsoft. Jerry has said “Right now we’re releasing Windows 10, and because Windows 10 is the last version of Windows, we’re all still working on Windows 10.” Since the initial launch of Windows 10, […]

Top Gear may come to Netflix

Top Gear may come to Netflix

Top Gear has been off air for a while now due to a disagreement with Jeremy Clarkson a few months back and the BBC has abandoned the show all together, but the trio may be in talks with other channels on to launching a new show on Netflix or ITV. A possible deal with Netflix may be in the works and the show may be called “House of Cars” – which […]

Third party straps are coming for Apple Watch

Third party straps are coming for Apple Watch

The official Apple Watch straps are fairly pricey, apart from the Sport band, but there is a large selection from less expensive Sport band to the Link bracelet. More options for the Apple Watch would certainly be nice as well as some cheaper options, but Cupertino wouldn’t come out with bands which are that cheap so now the company from yesterday is allowing companies to make third-party bands for the Apple […]

May ‪Xbox‬ One update now out

May ‪Xbox‬ One update now out

News from Alex and Ed Gaming Today, the Xbox One is getting a feature from the Xbox 360. Voice messages are retuning to Xbox, the feature was originally on the Xbox 360, but for some reason was removed with the Xbox One. The new update is filtering out to users and also has the ability for you to turn the console on from SmartGlass – but only in the same […]

A lot of new ‪iPhone‬ users are Android switchers

Kantar Worldpanel ComTech has released some new data which suggests that users switching from Android have helped fuel the recent growth for iPhone in Europe. Kantar has tracked the growth in Great Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Spain has had significant growth. iOS grew 1.8 percent from last year to 20.3% overall market share this year. What is interesting is that nearly a third of new iPhone users are switchers […]

‪CBS‬ Sports and USA NOW launch on Apple TV

This year the Apple TV has had quite a bit of attention, with the HBO NOW and price drop in the last few months. Now the latest services to launch on the set top box is USA NOW and CBS Sports. Both channels don’t offer and any live channel, just on-demand options for now, but this brings even more content to the device. If you live in the US, you shook […]