We hope you have had a good week.
So here’s the “This week in Tech” where we summarise this week’s (22nd -26th September, 2014) events for you.
We start with the news that Apple was pulling its iOS 8.0 update after numerous complaints from users. A spokesman for the company said the issue was being addressed. We also posted how you can revert to iOS 8 from the 8.1 if you wish to. See more here https://www.techbooky.com/apple-pulls-ios-update-just-after-user-complaints/
There was a bit of odd news again from iPhone 6 users who said they noticed their phones bending in their pockets. Now Apple has debunked these but really can it bend? Find out more here https://www.techbooky.com/the-iphone-6-really-can-bend/
We also reported on the BlackBerry Passport smart phone which has a dual-control keyboard. The company’s leadership is hoping to see a resurgence of the Canadian brand. We hope they succeed. Find out more here https://www.techbooky.com/behold-the-blackberry-passport/ and https://www.techbooky.com/blackberry-passport-introduces-dual-control-keyboard/
Samsung is to end laptop sales in Europe. This is to enable the company focus more on its phablets. Find out more here https://www.techbooky.com/after-a-long-run-samsung-decides-to-end-laptop-sales-in-europe/
Another interesting piece of news we reported was that PayPal is to allow Bitcoin payments to some merchants on its platform. Please find out more here https://www.techbooky.com/paypal-will-let-some-merchants-accept-bitcoin/
In other news, we gave you 10 great platforms to build your mobile Apps. We also introduced you to the Moto X android based phone.
Thanks for staying with us this week.
Do have a great weekend and see you all next week