NEW YORK CITY - Now that all the new Apple iPhones have been released, the Cupertino tech giant has turned its attention to its other products. On Oct 18, Apple sent out invites to media with a simple message "There's more in the making" for an event to be held at Howard Gilman Opera House in New York City on Oct 30, 10am (Oct 30, 10pm Singapore time). So what will Apple be unveiling at this event? We scoured the rumour mills and gazed into our crystal ball on what to expect from the event in the Big Apple. iPADS With the iPhone handsets out of the way, we expect this event to be mostly about iPads. To be more precise, it is probably going to be a new design of the iPad Pro tablet. The new iPad Pros are expected to feature the same Face ID technology found in the flagship iPhone XS. With the iPad having more screen real estate, removing the iconic home button will allow the new iPad Pro to feature an all-screen front with very thin bezels. According to multiple leaks, … [Read more...] about What to expect from Apple’s Oct event: New iPad Pros and Mac mini?
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Apple responded to Senate questions about an extremely controversial software update that slowed down older iPhones. In the letter, Apple says it is “exploring” giving a rebate to people who bought battery replacements at full price. It also provides a detailed timeline of how it told customers about the software update. Apple provided additional details about its practice of slowing down certain older iPhones in a letter to Senate lawmakers released on Tuesday. In the letter, Apple confirmed that the controverisal power management feature at the heart of the issue was released to iPhones in January – and yet, Apple confirms that it did not publicly acknowledge the change until a month later, on February 23, 2017. Apple also says in the letter that it is “exploring” the possibility of giving money back to those customers who paid the full price of $79 for a replacement battery. In the … [Read more...] about Apple says it told customers it was slowing their iPhones from the beginning — but it just told Congress a different story