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Well, we are already in the second half of March, and at the moment we have no news or official clues about the next news from Apple . And they have to come soon, because the amount of rumors that are coming to us is the typical one we have when an event is imminent.

But today is Saturday, and on Saturday we’re not getting anything. But here we are to cover that with some of the most interesting links we’ve seen all week . We start with our One More Thing.

  • iPaderos gives PDF Expert by Readdle a chance, so you can consider whether it would be worthwhile as a PDF organizer.
  • iBUS is a device that allows you to restore the Apple Watch Series 1 using its side connector. A good emergency mode to recover data in case you do not have the iPhone described in Actualidad Watch.
  • It’s not all AirPods or BeatsX. In Faq-Mac they tell us about the EOZ One headset, a Bluetooth alternative that may interest you.
  • At iOSMac, they tell us how excited analysts are about the upcoming iPhone. So much so that they expect their sales to rise by 20% over their previous models, setting a new record.
  • Are you a sticker fan? Well, at EsferaiPhone they show you all the new ones that have landed in the iMessage store recently.
  • It looks like, according to Applesencia, the iPhone 6 with 32GB of storage will arrive in Europe next week.
  • We end by highlighting some interesting podcasts that have talked about the world of Apple recently: One more thing to talk about the new iPad that may come soon and Binaries to listen to a good discussion about the Swift programming language.

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