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Apple Pay UK: Some retailers to ditch £20 contactless limit

Apple Pay UK: Some retailers to ditch £20 contactless limit

By 9 June 2015

Visa and MasterCard have confirmed that some retailers in the UK will waive the £20 contactless limit when users pay with Apple Pay via their iPhone. The new service, coming to the UK and supported by most of the major UK banks (apart from Barclays),... >>

Barclays customer? No Apple Pay for you then

Barclays customer? No Apple Pay for you then

By 9 June 2015

When Apple announced that Apple Pay was coming to the UK, there was a surprise omission: there was no sign of Barclays Bank, one of the UK's most prominent high street banks. Barclays isn't going to supporting Apple Pay when it launches in the UK next... >>

Apple HomeKit: 6 compatible devices coming before the end of 2015

Apple HomeKit: 6 compatible devices coming before the end of 2015

By 9 June 2015

Apple's HomeKit was first announced a year ago at Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in 2014. The idea was to simplify home automation and allow you to have wireless and electronic control of your home and lots of things in it. It has taken a while... >>

iOS 9 vs iOS 8: What's different or new?

iOS 9 vs iOS 8: What's different or new?

By 9 June 2015

While kicking off its main keynote at the annual Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday, Apple focused on changes to its apps and introduced new software tricks for iPhones and iPads. It demoed fresh Siri capabilities, for instance, and even a new name... >>

What is Apple News?

What is Apple News?

By 8 June 2015

Apple has announced a new app for iOS 9 called Apple News that looks to merge an RSS reader with article discovery in an attempt to highlight cool features and articles to read. Replacing the Apple Newsstand app, the new Apple News app will be released... >>

What's new in Apple watchOS 2? 11 cool new features to look forward to

What's new in Apple watchOS 2? 11 cool new features to look forward to

By 8 June 2015

Apple has announced a new version of its Apple Watch operating system dubbed watchOS 2. The new watchOS 2 now offers new time piece functions, better comms, health and fitness, maps, Siri and even more control for developers. The full watchOS 2 update... >>

Apple Move to iOS Android app to make switching from Google easy

Apple Move to iOS Android app to make switching from Google easy

By 8 June 2015

Apple is planning to make it even easier to switch to iOS 9 from Android with a new app out later this year.  Although not announced on stage at the company's WWDC keynote, Apple has detailed a new app called Move to iOS that will allow Android users... >>

WWDC 2015 announcements round-up: iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, Apple Music, more

WWDC 2015 announcements round-up: iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, Apple Music, more

By 8 June 2015

Apple took to the stage at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, announcing several software updates along with the highly-anticipated Apple Music. After a 2-hour plus keynote, we thought a round-up was probably necessary, just in case you didn’t... >>

Apple Music takes on Spotify: Free for three months and out on 30 June, plus Android from 'fall'

Apple Music takes on Spotify: Free for three months and out on 30 June, plus Android from 'fall'

By 8 June 2015

Apple has announced the launch of its own music streaming service, Apple Music, at the company's annual developer conference in San Francisco. The new service, which is a product of the company's Beats Music acquisition last year, will focus on three... >>

Here are 10 features Apple OS X El Capitan will bring to your Mac

Here are 10 features Apple OS X El Capitan will bring to your Mac

By 8 June 2015

Apple has announced its next operating system, OS X El Capitan, which will be available as a free upgrade to its Mac users, just as Yosemite was last year. OS X El Capitan brings with it several new features, all of which aim to deliver a "more refined... >>