Pre-orders for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 will begin at 12:01 a.m Pacific Time on September 14, which is just hours away. While Apple tends to offer the smoothest, more streamlined pre-order process through its website and Apple Store app, multiple carriers and retailers will also be offering September 14 pre-orders.
There are no rumors suggesting supplies of the new devices are going to be constrained, but it’s always a good idea to pre-order early if you’re aiming for a launch day device. It’s a good idea to have a backup plan if Apple happens to sell out of a particular device that you’re aiming for.
Following the announcement of the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max, which will be available for pre-order this Friday, Apple is letting prospective and existing iPhone Upgrade customers get pre-approval through the Apple Store app [Direct Link].
When selecting „View Pricing“ on the iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max, there’s a banner option to „Get Ready“ for the iPhone XS pre-order. Tapping on this banner allows users to choose an iPhone, confirm a carrier, and get pre-approved for an iPhone Upgrade Program loan.
There’s also an upgrade process for existing iPhone Upgrade Program users that can be found right under the „Get ready [...]
CBS today announced plans to offer „unprecedented access“ to Super Bowl LIII, offering streaming access to the game online at CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app with no authentication required.
The expanded access comes as part of a new agreement with the NFL that was announced earlier this year. CBS plans to offer streaming coverage from the CBS Sports app and website on connected TV devices, tablets, and mobile phones.
In prior years, streaming on mobile was limited to Verizon customers due to an NFL deal with Verizon Wireless.
„We’re looking forward to bringing this season’s biggest game to the biggest possible digital [...]
Apple recently started offering customers one-on-one phone-based tutorial sessions with a „Photos expert,“ allowing them to receive training on using the image editing tools built into the Photos app.
According to a new support document, Apple users in the United States can sign up for a 30 minute session with an Apple Support Advisor that’s an expert in „using Photos to transform pictures from good to amazing.“
It’s not clear how useful these sessions will be for customers as they seem to be conducted over the phone with no visual aid included.
You’ll have 30 minutes one-on-one with a Photos expert who’ll [...]