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Apple's Latest 'Shot on iPhone' Video Reflects on Life of 17-Year-Old Athlete From American Samoa
Apple has shared a new "Shot on iPhone" video on its YouTube channel that presents a portrait of Eddie Siaumau, a 17-year-old athlete from American Samoa who has just accepted a full-ride scholarship to a NCAA Division I university. American Samoa, known as "Football Island," reportedly produces athletes that are 56 times more likely to play in the NFL than Americans from anywhere else.Tags: Apple ads, Shot on iPhoneThis article, "Apple's Latest 'Shot on iPhone' Video Reflects on Life of 17-Year-Old Athlete From American Samoa" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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How to Cancel an Over-the-Air iOS Update in Progress
When an over-the-air iOS update starts downloading on your iPhone or iPad, you can monitor its progress in the Settings app via General -> Software Update. The lack of a cancel option on this screen seems to imply that there's no way to prevent a software update from downloading once it's started, but don't be fooled. You can stop the update process in its tracks at any time and even delete the downloaded data from your device to free up space. Here's how. First, you'll want to pause the download by temporarily disconnecting your iPhone or iPad from your Wi-Fi network. The easiest way to do this is by enabling Airplane mode: swipe down from the upper right of your device's screen (on iPhone 8 or earlier, swipe up from the bottom of the screen) and tap the Airplane button in the top left of the Control Center grid. Now that's done, follow these steps. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Tap General. Tap iPhone Storage. Locate and tap the iOS software update in the app list. Tap Delete Update and confirm the action by tapping it again in the pop-up pane. How to Turn off Automatic Updates If the OTA software update started downloading automatically without your consent and you'd like to prevent this behavior in future, you need to disable the default automatic downloads setting on your device. To do so, simply launch the Settings app, tap iTunes & App Store, and under Automatic Downloads toggle off the switch next to Updates.This article, "How to Cancel an Over-the-Air iOS Update in Progress" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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Apple Begins Selling iPhone SE Again on Clearance Store, Starting at $249 Brand New
Four months after being discontinued, the beloved iPhone SE has made a sudden return to Apple's online store this week. Apple is offering the iPhone SE with 32GB of storage for $249 and with 128GB of storage for $299 on its clearance store in the United States. These are brand new, unopened models with unchanged tech specs, including a 4-inch Retina display, Apple A9 chip, Touch ID, and 12-megapixel rear-facing camera. Prior to being discontinued, the iPhone SE was available with 32GB and 128GB of storage for $349 and $449 respectively. It's unclear why Apple is selling the iPhone SE again, but it is likely clearing out stock. The device, originally released in March 2016, is available for delivery or in-store pickup by next week in Silver, Space Gray, Gold, or Rose Gold. More details to follow…This article, "Apple Begins Selling iPhone SE Again on Clearance Store, Starting at $249 Brand New" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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