Most productivity experts agree that if there is one habit you should take up, it’s journaling. Steadily tracking your life has multiple benefits, such as meeting goals and new year resolutions, as well as being more aware of what makes you happy and grateful. If you haven’t started yet, these are five of the best journal and diary apps to ease you into the practice. These apps introduce journaling in different ways, from gentle reminders to harsh goals that take your money away if you miss your journaling deadline. By some way or other, you will learn the art of…
Last week, Apple apologized for its iPhone performance slowdown “misunderstanding” and offered select iPhone users a discounted price on battery replacements. However, it was unclear if passing a Genius Bar diagnostic test would disqualify a device from getting that affordable battery replacement. According to a report by MacRumors, Apple will replace batteries in iPhone 6 smartphones and later models even if they pass Apple’s own diagnostic test.
The news was first spotted by the French website iGeneration, which reported that an internal Apple Store memo said to replace batteries in these iPhones no matter if Apple’s diagnostic test shows the battery can retain less than 80 percent of its original capacity or not. That appears to mean that even if your iPhone 6 or later has a battery that’s deemed healthy by Apple’s test, you can still get a battery replacement at the reduced rate. Apple lowered the battery replacement cost from $ 79 to $ 29, even for out-of-warranty devices.
This welcome clarification comes just days after Apple began offering battery replacements earlier than expected. Initially, the company said the program would roll out starting in late January, but Apple began offering discounted battery replacements just a couple of days ago. Apple said that initial supplies may be limited, though, so don’t be surprised if you have to wait for your local Apple Store to have a replacement battery for your iPhone.
Apple’s relationship with the FBI isn’t nearly as contentious as some government officials and critics would have you believe. That’s according to the FBI’s San Francisco chief, John Bennett, who says his office and Apple actually enjoy a great relationship. In fact, Apple actually trains FBI agents on how to do their jobs better. The […]