Apple may be forcing us to use Beats Music soon. Meanwhile, T-Mobile is all over the new Nexus devices with its latest announcements.
New reports seem to indicate Beats Music will be more than just another app owned by Apple. It’s said Apple will be forcing this app into every iOS device out there by making it a system, pre-installed app.
This won’t be like soothing music to everyone’s ears, as this would officially make Beats Music bloatware to many users. Such update would be released in early 2015. Do remember this is still not an Apple announcement, though. Things may change.
Opinion: It wouldn’t really surprise me to see this happening. It would be a great way to promote Beats Music as a service, which hasn’t even gotten close to competitors. Not to mention, the service will likely be re-branded, which means it could simply be a new feature in a current app.
Grabbing a Nexus 6 from the Google Play Store may be a good option, but others simply would rather get it from the carrier. Doing this will allow you to take advantage of carrier offers and other advantages. Have you been waiting for the Nexus 6 to hit your carrier? Despite slight delays, T-Mobile subscribers can now consider themselves in luck.
The Un-carrier has finally launched the Nexus 6 and you can now get it for $649.99 off-contract or on JUMP installment payments.
Opinion: I happen to be a big fan of the Nexus 6. In fact, I am considering picking one up, myself. Will you be signing up for one?
We have all heard about the 32 GB and 64 GB Nexus 9 coming to T-Mobile, but when will we get a taste of the LTE version? T-Mobile has just announced the device is coming soon. It is expected to launch early December at a price of $24.99 on a 24-month JUMP offer.
Opinion: That equals to about $600, which is not exactly cheap, but having LTE connectivity definitely has its advantages.