Apple Says Some Older IPhones May Not Turn On Due to Failed Part
Apple Inc. on Friday said that some iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus models manufactured between October 2018 and August 2019 may not turn on due to a failed part. The company offered a free repair program for users who are affected. The iPhone 6s line originally went on sale in September 2015, but was officially discontinued in September 2018 with the launch of last year’s iPhones. Still, Apple continued producing some iPhone 6s models for sale in select markets, including India.The repair program is the sixth for Apple this year, according to the company’s website.
The new 16- inch MacBook Pro replaces the 15 - inch MacBook Pro , which has been discontinued . A maxed-out 16- inch MacBook Pro with a 2.4GHz 8‑core Core i9 processor, 64GB of RAM, 8TB of SSD storage, and AMD Radeon Pro 5500M graphics runs ,099 on Apple's online store.
Apple’s AirPods Pro are on sale just weeks after their release. If you compare the spec sheets for the 16-inch and soon-to-be- discontinued 15 - inch models , the new one is We're back to the scissor design used on the Magic Keyboard, the older MacBook Air and other legacy machines. Meanwhile, Apple also designed the MacBook Pro with larger impellers, more blades and new fans that are said
Apple has unveiled the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, and consequently, the 15-inch MacBook Pro has been discontinued. Since the new 16-inch model is now available, authorized resellers such as Amazon and B&H Photo Video are offering major discounts on the 15-inch version.
At Amazon, thewith a 6-Core Intel Core i7 Processor, Radeon Pro 555x Graphics, 16 GBs of RAM and 256 GB of storage . That's a savings of $299.01, down from the usual $2,399 price. Meanwhile, the 15-inch with an 8-Core Intel Core i9 Processor, Radeon Pro 560x graphics, 16 GBs of RAM and 512 GB of storage is . Again, that's $299.01 off its usual $2,799 price tag. Both models are up for grabs in space gray or silver.
Latest macOS Catalina beta hints at new 16-inch MacBook Pro
This might be our first look at Apple’s newest laptopThe file apparently refers to a new MacBook Pro model designated “MacBookPro16,1” (which in and of itself just indicates that it’s a new model — the 16 here is likely just a coincidence based on how Apple does its model numbering), and features a thumbnail image for what definitely looks like a larger MacBook Pro with thinner bezels than the current 15-inch model’s icon.
Following the launch of the 16- inch MacBook Pro , Apple has discontinued its 15 - inch MacBook Pro . The company had refreshed the 15 - inch MacBook Pro with While the 15 - inch MacBook Pro refresh from earlier this year introduced major performance improvements, the 16- inch MacBook Pro takes
Apple's upcoming 16- inch MacBook Pro is set to replace the current 15 - inch MacBook Pro , which is priced starting at ,399, according to a new The new 16-inch machine, which will be the largest laptop Apple has offered for sale since the 17- inch MacBook Pro was discontinued , will "cost about
B&H Photo Video is offering thewith an 8-Core 2.3GHz Intel Core i9 Processor, AMD Radeon Pro 560X, 512 GB of storage, 16 GB of RAM in space gray at $2,349, a savings of $450. Or for $2,699, pick up that same model with an —$300 off its $2,999 price tag. There are also varying degrees of savings if you opt for a model with a different graphics card, but those are extremely low in stock.
Similarly, Expercom, an authorized Apple reseller, is offering discounts on two 15-inch MacBook Pro models. The 6-core 2.6GHz Intel Core i7, Radeon Pro 555X Graphics, 16 GBs of RAM and 512 GB of storage is, down from $2,399, while the 8-core 2.3GHz Intel Core i9, Radeon Pro 560X, 16 GBs of RAM and 512 GB of storage is , down from $2,799.
Keep in mind that since the 15-inch is no longer in production, these laptops will likely sell out fast. For more great deals onand other top tech brands, check out .
Note: The prices above reflect the retailer's listed price at the time of publication.
The 16-inch MacBook Pro has a mysterious 'lid angle sensor' .
The 16-inch MacBook Pro still has some mysteries left after its initial teardown. Both MacRumors and iFixit have confirmed the presence of a "lid angle sensor" that appears to replace the usual Hall effect sensor (measuring the magnitude of a magnetic field) used to detect whether the laptop is open or closed. It's not certain what's different, but there's also a magnet in the hinge proper. An Apple support document asks technicians to calibrate the sensor to consider a display repair successful.We've asked Apple if it can elaborate.