Think of this Defender case as an Iron Man suit for your iPhone, able to withstand drops from ridiculous heights and protect your device against the elements. A case that makes your device impervious to big drops and gnarly scratches? Even Tony Stark himself would approve.
- Ensures your device remains like new despite regular use
- Cushions your phone from major drops
- Blocks dust, dirt & lint from clogging up your jacks & ports
- Protects your screen from scratches & scrapes
- Clips to most belts & straps
- Holster doubles as a kickstand
For a limited time, you can now get the Otterbox Defender case for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s for only $24.99 ( retail price $60 ) and you also get free shipping. Get it here.
If you want to bump up to a higher capacity iPhone, you will have to pay Apple $100 for each upgrade. So if you paid $649 for a 16GB iPhone 6s, a 64GB will be $749 and a 128GB will be $849.
But if you’re planning to take a trip to China, you can upgrade your 16GB iPhone to 128GB for only $60 at the Shenzhen market. The process takes around 30 minutes and your device’s internal flash storage will be replaced with a new 128GB chip from Toshiba. Not only that, but they will also transfer all your data to the new chip. However, it goes without saying that this upgrade will completely void your Apple warranty.
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Apple surprised the world when it previewed the new cylindrical Mac Pro at WWDC 2013. Since then we’ve seen a Mac Pro Mackintosh replica that was based on an actual trashcan, and now it’s time to meet the Dune Case, a Mac Pro inspired case for custom PC builders.
Alongside iOS 9.2.1, Apple released today OS X 10.11.3. The release can be downloaded through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store and it’s available to all OS X El Capitan users.
OS X 10.11.3 is a minor incremental update that aims to fix bugs discovered since the launch of OS X 10.11.2 and improve performance.
The OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac.
This update contains bug fixes and security updates.
Apple released today iOS 9.2.1 to the public, a release that is available as an over-the-air update to all iOS 9 users.
iOS 9.2.1 is a minor incremental update, focusing on performance improvements and bug fixes including a fix for a significant Mobile Device Management issue that affected enterprise customers.
This update contains security updates and bug fixes including a fix for an issue that could prevent the completion of app installation when using an MDM server.