Apple will cut production on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus by approximately 30 percent in the first calendar quarter of 2016, reports Nikkei. Citing lackluster sales, Nikkei says iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus inventory has "piled up" at retailers across the world, leading Apple to scale back production from January through March to get rid of excess stock.
Apple is said to have originally told its suppliers to continue Q1 2016 production of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at the same rate as the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus a year prior, but waning sales led the company to change its plans.
It is not unusual for Apple to scale down device production as an iPhone matures, but the rumored 30 percent cut from January to March is being positioned as an abnormally large production drop.
Move & Relocate the Spotlight
Search Window in Mac OS
The Spotlight search window can be moved
around screen in modern versions of Mac OS X,
which is great if you want to move the Spotlight
window away from something that it’s obstructing,
or perhaps because you’d rather it be in the corner
of the display then in the middle of the Mac screen.
Moving the Spotlight Search window is simple,
simply summon Spotlight as usual through the menu bar item or Command+Spacebar shortcut, then click and hold on the Spotlight window and drag it to your desired location.
iOS 9 is Apple's newest operating system for iOS devices like the iPhone and the iPad, released to the public on September 16, 2015. iOS 9 builds on the content introduced with iOS 7 and iOS 8, bringing subtle design changes, refined features, improved functionality, and performance enhancements.
iOS 9's biggest focus is on intelligence and proactivity, allowing iOS devices to learn user habits and act on that information, opening up apps before we need them, making recommendations on places we might like, and guiding us through our daily lives to make sure we're where we need to be at the right time.
RANDOM NEWS FROM APPLE AND VARIOUS WEB SITES
Collected from several Apple type Websites
like MacWorld, 9to5Mac, Appleinsider, MacNewsWorld, Apple Holic, iFixit and etc.
If you find something interesting let me know and I will post here.