Red iPhone 7 and more available on Friday March 24

iPhone 7 Special Edition PRODUCT(RED)

Apple has officially released a PRODUCT(RED) iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. These Special Edition iPhones are available in 128GB and 256GB storage capacities, with a red metallic finish and a silver Apple logo gracing the back of the device. Customers can order online or at retail stores starting this Friday, March 24 at 8:01 AM PDT (11:01 AM EDT).

New Apple products coming on Tuesday morning?

Apple Store status

So much for an Apple event this month. It appears more likely the company will surprise everyone with refreshed products hitting the Apple Store as early as tomorrow. In fact, the official System Status page declares that the Apple Online Store will be down for maintenance overnight. According to the announcement the store "will be updated and unavailable during this time." Apple has taken the store offline during previous product launches, so what might be in the works this time?

How to set up a multilingual keyboard on your iPhone

How to set up a multilingual keyboard on iPhone or iPad.

Most iPhone users are aware that they can employ different language keyboards for use with messaging, but less know that iOS 10 allows the keyboard to use multiple languages simultaneously. This comes in handy if you often communicate in more than one language, as the auto-correct won't try to correct words and phrases of the additional language(s) and predictive text will include words from it as well. Here's how to set it up:

How to get Amazon Alexa on iPhone

Amazon Dot Alexa

iPhone and iPad users can now access the Alexa voice assistant on their iOS devices free of charge. The official Amazon shopping app previously supported voice queries, but now the company is rolling out Alexa within the app. Besides offering help with shopping, the in-app version of Alexa delivers almost all of the capabilities of Amazon's speaker devices such as the Echo, Dot and Tap.

iOS App of the Week: Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare

Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare

Tired of zombies? Too bad, because another addictive zombie game has just landed on the App Store. Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare is a tower defense game where you control a group of survivors making their way city to city in a yellow school bus. The goal of the game is defend your school bus as your team tries to remove road blocks. Of course this is easier said than done since there are also zombies blocking your way.


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