AT&T reveals changes to Mobile Share Value plans


New pricing and data plans are taking effect on Saturday for AT&T customers who are Mobile Share Value plan subscribers. The company also announced that customers on a new 15GB plan or higher get unlimited voice calling and text messaging to Canada and Mexico. The revised plans continue to include rollover data, which rolls over any unused data from an individual month into the following billing period. Some existing plans will be scrapped in favor of different usage tiers and new pricing:

Last chance to jailbreak: iOS 8.4.1 update kills TaiG 2

TaiG 2 jailbreak iOS 8.4

The last chance to jailbreak iOS 8.4 with Apple Music is here. It could be only a matter of hours or days until Apple stops signing the iOS 8.4 firmware, which will mean an end to iOS 8.4 updates. It's official: the replacement iOS 8.4.1 closes several security vulnerabilities, making a jailbreak with TaiG 2 impossible. Act now if you wish to jailbreak, and your device is not updated to iOS 8.4. Here are instructions on how to update to iOS 8.4 and jailbreak:

iOS App(s) of the Week: 2015 Fantasy Football Edition

Fantasy Football 2015

It is a good time to start considering what fantasy football cheat sheets, draft kits and tools you're going to download now that the NFL pre-season officially kicked off on Thursday. All the popular fantasy football apps have been updated for the 2015 season, and there are a few new offerings on the App Store too. Here's a quick look at some of the 2015 fantasy football apps available for the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad.

Apple releases iOS 8.4.1 to fix Apple Music, iTunes 12.2.2 also available

iOS 8.4.1 Release Notes

Apple today has released iOS 8.4.1 to address complaints aimed at its new music streaming service. Apple Music users and critics have complained about missing songs in their Music library and other bugs that have affected services such as iCloud Music. Apple blogger Jim Dalrymple's article titled, Apple Music is a nightmare and I’m done with it, gained the most attention after he complained about not being able to properly download full albums.

Robot Warlords now available on UK App Store

Robot Warlords

The endless runner Robot Warlords is now available on the UK App Store. The game is based on Jon Wright’s sci-fi film Robot Overlords. In Robot Warlords, players must escape robot invaders by running through city zones while dodging obstacles and enemy attacks. Players can also collect power ups to hack their enemies, blow them up and shut them down. Here's the trailer for the game:

First Walking Dead: No Man's Land trailer hits YouTube

Next Games has released the first gameplay trailer for the official Walking Dead mobile title, No Man's Land. The upcoming game is the first mobile release based on the hit AMC TV show, unlike Telltale's Walking Dead title which is based on Robert Kirkman's comic book series.

AAPL Stock Weekly Outlook: Merrill Lynch downgrades Apple while other analysts remain bullish, iPhone 6s to be announced Sept. 9 and more

One Infinite Loop.

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) stock had a tough week, dropping to prices not seen since January. After opening the week at $121.50, share prices dropped precipitously on Tuesday and closed at $114.64 (and then dropped further to $112.95 in after hours trading). A bit was gained back on Wednesday after hitting the weekly low of $112.10 during trading. Share prices then leveled off for the rest of the week, closing Friday's session at $115.52 for about a 5% loss on the week.

Apple to launch iPhone 6s, new iPads and Apple TV in September

Apple TV 2015

Save the date. Apple has probably scheduled a media event for Wednesday, September 9th to reveal the iPhone 6s. But that's not all, according to John Paczkowski at BuzzFeed. The iPhone updates are just the tip of the iceberg, with new iPads and a long-awaited Apple TV refresh also in the works. The only remaining question is whether or not Apple will deliver the rumored 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

HBO NOW iOS app updated with Chromecast support, Amazon fireTV support 'coming soon'

HBO Chromecast

HBO today has officially ended its exclusive deal with Apple by updating its NOW iOS app with Chromecast support. Version 1.2.0 of the HBO NOW app allows Chromecast users to cast HBO original series, movies, comedy specials, documentaries and more to their television sets. Originally HBO NOW subscribers could only stream HBO NOW programing using Apple devices, such as an iPad or Apple TV.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgrades Apple as stocks dip

Apple stock downgraded after tumble.

Apple stock (NASDAQ: AAPL) has been in a rough patch ever since the company announced its third quarter results two weeks ago. Despite it being a record breaking Q3 for Apple, the numbers didn't quite meet Wall Street expectations, and the share price has been sliding ever since. The day before the earnings call shares closed at $132.07, close to their all time high. On Monday the stock fell below its 200 day moving average and investors took note, as yesterday saw the highest volume trading since January.


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