Samsung has entered into an agreement with Apple to supply the company with new 20nm LPDDR4 DRAM chips. The deal would see Samsung fulfill Apple's demand for memory chips for the next iPhone. According to the Korea Times report:
Apple Retail is reportedly in the process of overhauling its Genius Bar experience. In a bid to better serve customers, starting from the week of March 9, a new initiative dubbed "Concierge" will be rolled out to replace walk-in appointments. The program involves Apple Store employees using an algorithm-driven iPad app to provide priority-assessed wait times for a customer's query.
Popular Twitter app Tweetbot for iPhone has scored an update today, bringing it up to version 3.5.2. As far as new features are concerned, it's a bit light, but users will gain support for playing Twitter-hosted videos and GIFs, along with the usual helping of bug fixes.
Apple has launched their new crash reporting service with the latest beta release of Xcode 6.3. The new service is designed to make it easier to find and fix crashes quickly. Apps submitted with debug symbols to both the TestFlight beta service and the App Store will have their crash log data aggregated into crash reports
Google will soon roll out invites for their Inbox email app to some Google Apps customers. First launched in October 2014, Inbox is a new, Gmail-based take on email management. The roll out begins in March, with Google choosing a select few companies for the early adopter program at first, wanting to work with each business closely.
Apple will drop support for logging into iTunes using your AOL username and password at the end of March 2015. Apple originally partnered with AOL for logging into iTunes in late 2003, and used to give users the option to log in either with their email address and password or their AOL credentials. Will still be able to use your AOL email address to register for iTunes.
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