Apple is moving right along, preparing its major platforms for the next update. Today, a new beta seed is available to developers.
Apple Pay has officially launched in Israel, a nine million people market.
The Apple Watch is a powerful tool already, especially when it comes to health and fitness. And telling the time! But there’s still more Apple would probably like to add, and the company is probably working towards that reality right now.
Apple seeded the first developer beta of iOS 14.6 even before the company released iOS 14.5 to the public. But now that that major update is out there, the company is pushing ahead with the next one.
Give it enough time and, eventually, refurbished models of Apple’s latest products will find their way to the company’s online store. And now, sure enough, both of the company’s newest smartwatches have made the leap.
Apple had a ridiculously strong first fiscal quarter of 2021. And now the company has just reported how well it did through the first three months of the year.
Being a company that works internationally, Apple has to follow the rules on a per-country basis. Which means, as things change, so does Apple’s methodology for certain things. Like offering up a standard warranty.
The quest to pwn the Apple Watch is one that has received oodles of attention over the years, and while the concept is most certainly possible, it hasn’t quite reached the level of fruition that most jailbreakers would expect – especially when compared with the jailbreak offerings for iPhones and iPads.
Much of this has to do with the uncertainty of an Apple Watch jailbreak’s usefulness in addition to concerns related to restoring the Apple Watch’s firmware in the event of catastrophic errors (respring loops, etc.), but that hasn’t stopped some jailbreak developers from dabbling with the idea.
Apple has been making it clear that the environment is a major focal point for the company for quite some time. Back in July of last year, for instance, it restated its goal to have the entire supply chain be 100% carbon neutral by 2030. And, today, Apple’s using a video to make that promise again.