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15. Februar 2019

$249 iPhone SE Temporarily Back in Stock on Apple’s Clearance Site

For those who have been unable to take advantage of the $249 iPhone SE deal on Apple’s U.S. clearance site, Apple again has a limited supply of the discounted 4-inch devices.

You can purchase the 32GB iPhone SE in gold for $249 or the 128GB iPhone SE in space gray or silver for $299.

Apple has been offering iPhone SE models on clearance since mid-January, but available stock often sells out quickly. Apple has done several restocks, however, giving those who prefer smaller devices one last chance to purchase a 4-inch iPhone on the cheap.

Apple originally discontinued the iPhone SE in September 2018 when the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR were [...]

 
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7. Februar 2019

Apple’s Group FaceTime Servers Back Online Following iOS 12.1.4 Launch

Following the launch of iOS 12.1.4 this morning, which addressed a serious bug in Group FaceTime, Apple has been able to bring its Group FaceTime servers back online.

Group FaceTime has been unavailable as a feature on all compatible devices since the FaceTime bug was publicized on Monday, January 28.

As Apple worked on a permanent fix for the bug, the company disabled the Group FaceTime feature to prevent it from being used.

The bug allowed iPhone users to exploit a Group FaceTime flaw that let one person connect to another person and her conversations (and see video, in some cases) without the other person ever having accepted the call.

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7. Februar 2019

Newton Mail for iOS and Mac is Back for $50/Year

Back in September, iOS and macOS email app Newton were shut down, much to the disappointment of Newton Mail enthusiasts. At the time, Newton parent company CloudMagic said that though the company tried various business models, it wasn’t able to figure out how to maintain profitability and growth over the long term.

A couple of months later, Essential, a smartphone company owned by Android co-creator Andy Rubin, purchased CloudMagic and the Newton app. At the time, it wasn’t known what Essential planned to do with the Newton app.

Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. The company’s plan became clear this week when a new version [...]

 
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17. Januar 2019

Apple to Cut Back on New Hires Following Disappointing Holiday iPhone Sales

Apple plans to cut back on hiring for some divisions of the company after disappointing iPhone sales during the holiday season, reports Bloomberg.

Apple CEO Tim Cook shared the news with employees at an all-hands meeting earlier this month. According to sources in attendance, Cook was asked if Apple would implement a hiring freeze, but he said that he didn’t believe that was an ideal solution. Instead, select divisions will see reduced hirings.

Cook at the time said Apple had not yet determined which divisions would cut back on hiring, but groups like the AI team will continue to add employees. Cook also told employees that a division’s importance to [...]

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