Apple Announces 27-Inch iMac 3TB Hard Drive Replacement Program: Apple has found that a small number of 3TB hard drives used in the 27-inch iMac may fail under certain conditions and has launched a replacement program for affected users. These systems were sold between December 2012 and September 2013.
How to Get Windows 10 for Free: Microsoft has revealed a way for those who don’t qualify for an upgrade to Windows 10 to get it for free. Users on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 will be able to upgrade for free within a year of Windows 10’s launch on July 29th.
Tom Ford Turns the Apple Watch Into a Pocket Watch [Photos]: The fashion accessory was spotted as part of the new Tom Ford Spring 2016 collection. Instead of wearing the Apple Watch on the wrist, Ford has it in the pocket of a waistcoat with a chain extending from it.
iOS 9 ‘Picture in Picture’ Feature Hacked to Play Doom [Video]: Developer Adam Bell has managed to get the new Picture-in-Picture feature in iOS 9 to play Doom. Hacked iOS 9’s Picture-in-Picture mode (codenamed Pegasus) to play Doom over top all other apps (including SpringBoard) without any jailbreak or process injection 😀
Watch the WWDC 2015 Keynote in Two and a Half Minutes [Video]: For those who don’t have the time to sit through a two and a half hour keynote, here’s a WWDC 2015 keynote supercut by CultofMac that lets you watch the event in just in two and a half minutes.
Apple Watch Hacked to Run ‘Finder’, UIKit, SceneKit Apps [Video]: Developer Steven Troughton-Smith has hacked the Apple Watch to run a Finder-like file browser app. The developer tweeted a video demo of his accomplishment earlier today. My [Nano]FileBrowser app running on Apple Watch natively (as modeled by @b3ll)
Twitter App Now Supports Landscape Video Recording: Twitter has updated its app for iOS and Android to support landscape video recording. The company announced the news via a tweet yesterday. “New! Capture, share and expand your view of the world with landscape video on Twitter.”
Foxconn Looks to Build iPhone Assembly Plant in India: Foxconn is in talks to build its first iPhone assembly plant in India, government officials tell Reuters. India could help Foxconn mitigate accelerating wage inflation in China, where it makes the majority of iPhones, and base production sites closer to markets where its key clients want to grow.