Have you gotten your dose of Apple news this week? We have covered more than enough in the regular news, but we know some of you want even more. Here’s a good fix for all you Apple fans out there!
It’s still a bit hard to get your hands on an Apple Watch. You pretty much have to go through the website and can’t just waltz into a store to get one. When will this madness end?
Tim Cook visited China and told representatives the device should be in stock at Apple stores by June. This is relatively soon. We just don’t know when in June, but we will have to wait and see.
During the same trip to China, Tim Cook also mentioned that one of the main reasons to come to the Asian country was to meet with possible Apple Pay partners. This would include banks and retailers. He also said he hopes Apple can get Apple Pay running in China “soon”.
This is not really telling us much in terms of possible launch windows, but it’s a good sign that Apple Pay is well on its way to China.
And while you may have to wait until June to see Apple Watches at retail stores, some of you may already be able to get Apple Watch bands there. Well, at least in some locations.
Multiple reports say Apple stores have been stocking up on these accessories, and the guys at TechCrunch have confirmed it by going to their local store.
Do you like the font used in the Apple Watch? If you don’t you better start liking it, because it will soon be transferred over to iOS and Mac OS X devices across the board.
The new font, which is meant to be clear and legible, is called San Francisco, and it is said to come with the iOS 9 and Mac OS X 10.11 updates.