Apple gives headphones to employees and changes return policy, Samsung is preparing an app for the Apple Watch, a bomb threat in an Apple Store and much more. Best of the week on I'm from Mac


Hello friends, welcome a new Sunday to the best of the week in Soy de Mac. There are only eleven days until December 24 arrives and with it Christmas night in many homes. This is a date on which many people will come to the world of Apple with a gift that falls that night.

Without further ado, let's start with the most popular articles this week related to the Apple ecosystem and more specifically with the Mac, Apple TV or Apple Watch that after all is what we focus on in this blog. 


With the arrival of Christmas many companies modify their return and exchange policy and Apple is not going to be less. Apple joins these changes and has already modified its return and exchange policy, which is normally fifteen days in the official Apple Store as well as in the online Apple Store. Now that stretch of days is modified giving the buyer time until after Reyes.


Like every year, Apple thanks its employees making a gift to each of them. This year they have chosen to provide each employeeUrBeats headphones in black and red in a packaging that reads "Thank you 2015".


With the arrival of the Gear S2 Samsung went a bit further and allowed any Android phone with minimum requirements to be linked to this new watch. It seems that they are not entirely satisfied and now there are rumors that Samsung could be ending an app which would allow the Gear S2 to connect to iOS devices.


As the world is currently, any type of threat of attack exerts immediate action by the competent authorities and obviously the establishment or place affected by the threat. In this case we are talking about a bomb threat registered in an Apple store in Tokyo, specifically to the store located in the district of Ginza, Chuo-Ku.


Last September we echoed the rumors that came from the Asian giant where we could see how Xiaomi I was working on a laptop with a design too similar to Apple MacBook AirIt is not the first time that the guys from Xiaomi shamelessly copy the design of any of Apple's products, since previously the Asian giant launched several models of smartphones traced to the new iPhone 6. The main difference between both devices in addition to the price, which would be around 400 euros, is the interior of it.


We end today's compilation with the news that currently the tvOS App Store already has more than 2600 compatible applications with the platform, which confirms the growing interest of skinners to bet on this platform, although today some of the favorite games of many users such as Modern Combat 5 or Real Racing 3 are still missing.

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