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    Published on 22nd June 2015 by
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    Products come and go but it is always a little sad when one ends its life as a product in the Apple Store. That is sadly the case for the original iPad Mini, which has been removed from the Apple Store. So if you were in the market for an iPad Mini best to hit up a third party seller or you might be lucky and find one at the refurb store for a little while yet. There ...
    Published on 19th June 2015 by
    SRG
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    We are going to be spending a bit of time today talking about the Apple Watch. In fact we will be talking about the current version and the latest rumours about what the next version might include.

    For now though lets stay with the current version. Apple has not really made any comment about how many Apple Watches it has sold, other than saying it is happy ...
    Published on 17th June 2015 by
    SRG
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    The big news this morning is that Apple has begun to roll out Apple Watch reservations and pick ups in select countries, including Australia. Now when you head to the buy now page there is an option asking “Interested in buying in store?” and a link to check reservation availability at your chosen store. With the Watches now able to picked up in store shipping times have ...
    Published on 15th June 2015 by
    SRG
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    For those of you hanging out for some new Apple gear you might have to put up with some new Beats gear for the time being. Apple has just released a new range of Beats Power 2 Wireless headphones in a range of colours. The new colours match the Apple Watch sports band range of colours and are clearly aimed at those active Apple Watch users keen for some matching wireless
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    Published on 12th June 2015 by
    SRG
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    There has been a lot of love for the Apple Watch since it was released into the wild, however 9to5Mac report that there is a seeming growing issue with Apple Watch owners not being able to downgrade the Watch OS. Making the matter worse Apple is said to be instructing owners to send their Watch back for service and charging for an “out of warranty repair”.

    When we think of Foxconn we think of manufacturing in China. That may about to change with news that the iPhone maker is looking to set up a plant to manufacturer ...
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    I thought it might be of some interest and use to others to put down my thoughts after using the Apple Watch for a while. Yes, I know -- you've read other reviewers (Walt Mossberg etc), but this is by someone who is otherwise a long time Apple user seeking to understand the use case(s) ...
    Published on 11th June 2015 by
    SRG
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    The post Apple Keynote executive interviews continue, this time with Senior Vice Presidnet Phil Schiller sitting down with John Gruber on his podcast The Talk Show. At the time of writing it seems the episode isn’t up yet but 9to5Mac have all the details of the discussion. Gruber hits Schiller up on the length of the WWDC Keynote, the slow rollout of a Watch Apps SDK, Apple Music, the obsession with ultra-thin
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    Published on 10th June 2015 by
    SRG
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    Before we get going with the news this morning, a big thanks to OldMacs for posting the post WWDC keynote summaries yesterday. As you would expect WWDC is still dominating the Apple news cycle but there are some non WWDC items out there.

    Whilst Apple announced the next versions of OS X and iOS yesterday, work continues on Yosemite and iOS 8. Developers were seeded with the latest beta of OS X 10.10.4 and iOS 8.4 overnight. In ...
    Published on 9th June 2015 by  Number of Views: 3117 
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    Part of this morning's WWDC 2015 was Apple's preview of its upcoming update to OSX.

    To introduce OSX 10.11, Craig Federighi who is Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, took to the stage to highlight Apple’s focus on two areas, ‘Experience’ and Performance.


    The experience component of El Capitan include a number of small improvements including:

    • Improvements to
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    Published on 9th June 2015 by  Number of Views: 3803 
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    Well its that time of year again! WWDC 2015 or as I put it, Christmas in June for Apple fans.

    True to the title of a developers conference, and despite some earlier rumours of Apple TV refreshes and possible new Macs, no new hardware materialized. Todays focus was completely on software.

    Apple’s main announcements were of iOS 9, Mac OSX 10.11 El Capitan and WatchOS 2, with a focus upon refinement and evolutionary ...

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