We are going nuts the latest coverage on the bendable iPhone 6 Plus. There is enough Apple news to throw around today, so we thought a good Apple roundup was in need of.
We are not all about the iPhone 6 Plus anymore, but Apple sure wants you to know the device is huge. In one of the latest iPhone 6 commercials, Jimmy Fallon goes through multiple awesome iPhone features while Justin Timberlake simply keeps emphasizing how large the iPhone 6 Plus is.
The point here is that the phones’ sizes are only the beginning. These gargantuan devices are “the most powerful iPhones ever made”.
Opinion: I happen to love that Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake are doing the voices for these commercials. It gives Apple ads a playful touch we don’t always see.
Earlier rumors said Apple was just about getting ready to axe Beats Music and let it rot to death. Thankfully, Apple came in busting doors, telling us such case was simply not the truth. What is going on with these rumors, then? Well, Apple just doesn’t want to talk about it, but new sources give us some good hints at the future.
Sources “familiar with the matter” tell re/code Apple will be keeping the Beats Music service around, but the name/branding might be changed. It’s also said it could be modified over time.
Opinion: I have always believed Apple bought Beats in order to incorporate Beats Music into iTunes. These rumors go parallel with my suspicions, but only time will tell.
While some believe Apple is quickly trying to get rid of Beats Music, proof is only telling us Apple is trying to make the best out of this $3 billion investment. The latest Apple TV update brings forth some new design elements, but there’s also a new app for music lovers – Beats Music.
The design goes parallel with other Apple TV apps, making it simple and easy to navigate. You can subscribe for $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year. Of course, you also get a 2-week trial through Apple TV, so it might be a good way to test the service if you haven’t yet.
Opinion: See? Beats Music is not going anywhere. At least not soon. Not my favorite music subscription service, but I like to see options, and it seems many of you like this one.