Apple to release new cases

Apple today quietly added three new Apple Watch Sport bands to its online store, introducing three unique colors. The new bands are available in Spicy Orange, Dark Teal, and Flash, a bright shade of yellow. Flash and Spicy Orange match previously available Sport Loop and Woven Nylon bands. The Flash color is available for the Sport Loop, and Spicy Orange is available for both the Sport Loop and the Woven Nylon. The Spicy Orange shade is similar to the exclusive orange Apple Watch Sport band Apple offers with its Hermès Apple Watch models, which has never been available on a standalone basis. The new Apple Watch Sport bands, like all Sport Bands, are available for both the 38 and 42mm Apple Watch models and are priced at $49. Sport Bands fit wrists from 130 to 200mm and come in S&M and M&L sizes with both size options included in the purchase price. Apple’s Silicone Cases for the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus are also available in th

via Apple Releases Apple Watch Sport Bands and iPhone Cases in Three New Colors — AIVAnet


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APPLE explains about the Face ID Failure

Apple has officially clarified what happened on stage when the first demo of Face ID didn’t go as planned. While many were quick to call it a “fail,” that’s not what happened in the slightest. Apple confirmed the situation in a statement to Yahoo this evening… more…

via Apple explains what exactly happened when Face ID ‘failed’ during iPhone X demo — 9to5Mac

Apple has something to tell about

Apple has explained that an issue that briefly affected developer accounts today was caused by a bug and not a security breach as some had speculated. Earlier today (Wednesday), handfuls of reports came in around an anomaly that changed some developers’ home addresses within Apple’s system to a location in Russia. Given recent history, including…

via Apple says its developer service was affected by a bug not a security breach — TechCrunch