Once again, Apple has showcased a range of great new technologies in an incredibly professionally produced video presentation that showcases two new iPads, two new Apple Watches, a new Fitness+ service, the Apple One bundles, the new A14 Bionic processor and from tomorrow, the new iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14.
In the US, Apple's event starts at 10am PDT on Tuesday, September 15, but to see Apple's news live in Australia on its highly rumoured two new Apple Watches, two new iPads and its Apple One bundle, it's another very early morning Wednesday start.
Is the answer to life, the universal and everything a circular equation? In the circle of life, the cycle of your phone bill has fluctuated over the past couple of decades, but in 2019, a new telco wants to square the circle of being "more likeable than hateable".
Late last week, the news emerged of exactly when Apple would unveil its 2018 range of iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, expected new Macs and other surprises, which included leaks of two new iPhones and the Series 4 Apple Watch.
Competition for a telco is an everyday thing, as are moves by your competitors, with Kogan Mobile doing a deal for those who rely on mobile broadband to stay connected.
September 25 is the date Australians with a Netflix subscription can start watching this new sci-fi extravaganza, but there’s plenty more Netflix content in store for September.
Samsung Australia has confirmed that replacement stock of the Galaxy Note7 is coming to Australian customers from 21 September amid a US recall and airlines warning against Note7 use.
It’s not just Netflix letting us know what’s in store for September, but Presto too with a stack of shows for me and you.
Steve Parish Publishing '” an Australian icon recognised as a market leader within the natural history, children's publishing and Australian book markets '” and BrisWare Pty Ltd. today announced the formation of a collaborative partnership to launch a soon-to-be-available range of Australian-made iPad, iPhone and iPod applications and eBooks.
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