Roundup: iPhone 4S launched in 15 new countries
iPhone 4S get launched in 15 new countries while Apple decides to replace iPod Nanos.
Apple to delete Developers’ iTunes Match Libraries once again
Apple has sent an email to all registered developers saying that it would once again delete their iTunes Match Libraries on 12 November 2011.
Contract free iPhone 4S on sales now
When Apple had launched iPhone 4S, it was announced that the “unlock” option would arrive in November. Appel has kept their promise and unlocked and contract free version of iPhone 4S is available now. The main benefit of unlocked iPhone 4S is that if you travel to a foreign country, you can swap a SIM from a provider in that country and pay domestic rates.
iPhone 4S launched in 15 new countries
As announced earlier, on 11 November 2011, the iPhone 4S is Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, El Salvador, Greece, Guatemala, Malta, Montenegro, New Zealand, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Romania and South Korea. Apart from South Korea, the highest response to the release of iPhone 4S in Hong Kong.
iPod Nanos to be replaced
In 2009, Apple had swapped out some faulty first generation iPod Nanos. Now Apple thinks it is a wise decision to replace all iPod Nanos due to their faulty batteries. It has not been said with which model iPod Nanos would be replaced with.
iPhone 4S in Puerto Rico for $99
The 16-GB model of iPhone is available on contract for just $99. Customers would be given the choices of four monthly plans.