Beginning today, Apple Store customers who purchase a Belkin-branded screen protector for their iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, and 6s Plus device can have the protector professionally installed by an Apple Store employee.
A number of law firms are considering lawsuits against Apple connected to the “Error 53” issue that disables iPhone 6 devices when owners have unauthorized third-party repairs performed that affect the device’s Touch ID sensor.
A report from Thursday indicates Apple will soon offer a new trade-in program to allow iPhones with damaged screens, cameras, or buttons to be traded in for credit on a new iPhone. Plus, they’ll now officially allow retail store employees to install screen protectors on iPhones for customers.
The beta of iOS 9.3 has been released, and one of our favorite features is Night Shift. The new feature reduces the amount of blue light coming from your iOS device’s screen, making it easier on your eyes before bed time.
If the Apple Watch or Pebble is too much smartwatch for what you need, take a look at the Martian Notifier Smartwatch. The Martian offers users a simple, yet comprehensive way to receive notifications, remotely snap photos, and more!