As many Apple fans already know, the longest and most repeated iPhone 7 rumor is that the next-generation device will ship without a headphone jack, and today Apple may have accidentally confirmed the reports ahead of its upcoming keynote on September 7. A leaked email sent out by the Beats’ PR team to the French press (via Independent) referenced "new products from Beats by Dre.” The email notes that a selection of new products from Beats by Dre will be revealed at the iPhone 7 keynote later this week. The leak has sparked further speculation that the new Beats accessories will be headphones to go along with Apple's new iPhone 7.
With Apple's media event just three days away, could there possibly be more leaks surrounding the next generation iPhone? You betcha. AppleInsider has detailed a research note issued by the one and only KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo's sources have not only confirmed some iPhone 7 predictions, but added to the list of expectations for Wednesday's keynote.
Tappers is a weird genre. A genre that can arguably be used to discredit mobile games, but they can also be very addictive for obsessive gamers who are looking for something simple to play on their iPhone and iPad. He-Man Tappers of Grayskull turns it up a notch by offering a trip down memory lane. The game features plenty of characters from the He-Man universe, including Prince Adam's twin sister, She-Ra. The game also includes villains from both Eternia and Etheria, including favorites such as Skeletor and Trap Jaw.
For those running the iOS 10 beta we have good news. Yo-Kai Watch Wibble Wobble now supports the new OS, and it has been updated with a new "Befriend-a-Boss" event. That's right, you can now friend three of the eight bosses: Slimamander, SV Snaggerjag and Sproink.
The bad news is you need a lot of Y-money after you friend them to turn them into Rank S Yo-kai. The bosses you friend are originally Rank B, but you can transform them into Rank S by fusing them with special items found in the Crank-a-kai during the event period. This is expensive because it costs 3,000 Y for each crank of the machine.
Apple yesterday added a 2TB tier to its iCloud service giving iOS users 4 different storage options starting at $0.99 a month. Apple previously only offered three options with the highest being 1TB for $9.99. The new 2TB tier is $19.99 per month.The new option could be due to a new macOS Sierra feature that automatically uploads all saved files to a your iCloud drive so they can be easily shared across all devices. The new iCloud tier arrived one day after Apple sent out invitations for its iPhone 7 event on September 7th. iOS 10 and macOS Sierra are both expected to launch alongside the next-generation iPhone at the event.