Apple launches iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s with 3D Touch, iOS 9, better cameras, A9 chip

On September 9th, Apple presented the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, the new iPhone models that introduce some improvements to the iPhone 6 generation introduced in September 2014. The new phones are therefore very similar to their respective predecessors, but some hardware parts are been updated and there are interesting new features.


Apple also scraps Android and Windows in Italian stores

From Monday 30 March 2015 in Apple's Italian Apple Stores it will be possible to scrap smartphones from other manufacturers, both Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone. Apple is thus expanding the existing in-store 'reuse and recycling' program to encourage users who own a competing smartphone to switch to a new iPhone.


XAgent, new spyware that affects iPhones with iOS 7 and 8

New threat affecting iPhones in corporate environments discovered. Spyware called 'XAgent' hacks the iOS operating system in its latest versions 7 and 8. A new threat affecting iPhones has just been discovered by the security company Trend Micro.


Apple sells more iPhones in China than in the US, according to analysts

The Financial Times reports that analysts expect Apple to confirm in its Q1 2015 earnings report that it managed to sell more iPhones in China than in the United States last quarter. iPhone sales in China accounted for about 36 percent of shipments in the quarter, compared to 24 percent of U.S. sales, according to UBSe analysts.


WhatsApp arrives on the Web, but not for iPhone

WhatsApp Web allows you to use your computer to send and receive messages through your WhatsApp account. However, for now the web client simply acts as a phone extension for Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, or Nokia. Those who have an iPhone cannot yet use WhatsApp Web 'due to limitations of Apple's platform'.


Apple Pay: how it works in store

Apple Pay is Apple's new mobile payment system launched a few weeks ago in the USA which works quite simply, but not everyone knows how to use it yet. Are the shopkeepers prepared? What should we answer to the question: 'ATM or card'? Here's the answers.


Apple releases iOS 8.1.2 and fixes the ringtone bud

Apple has released the iOS 8.1.2 update for compatible iPhones and iPads. The latest version of the mobile operating system fixes some bugs, including the loss of ringtones purchased from the iTunes Store. Apple has released the iOS 8.1.2 update for compatible iPhones and iPads.


iPhone, big increase in sales thanks to iPhone 6

The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus gave Apple a huge increase in smartphone sales globally in the three months ending October 2014. According to the latest report from Kantar, the iPhone 6 will arrive in stores between August and October (remember that it has been on sale since September 19th) put the new iPhones representing 13.5% of overall smartphone sales in Italy, compared to the 10.1% recorded in the same period last year, with growth 3.4 percentage points. In the reference period, seven out of ten smartphones (70.2%) sold in Italy run Google's Android operating system ( 1.4 points), while 10.8% are Microsoft's Windows Phone (-2.3 points ).


Apple removes 'free' from free apps

Apple removed the word free from the App Store and replaced it with 'Get' in order to be more transparent with consumers. Apple has replaced the word “free” in free apps and games in its App Store.