Monday Apple Rumors: iOS 8 Users Can Downgrade Back to iOS 7

Here are your Apple rumors and AAPL news items for today:

apple-rumors-ios-7-downgrade-ios-8Downgrade: Users of Apple’s (AAPL) iOS 8 that aren’t happy with it can still downgrade back to iOS 7, reports BGR. Several users of iOS 8 on older devices have found that it can cause problems and slow down their devices. These users still have the option to downgrade to iOS 7 as it’ still supported by Apple. Devices that could be upgraded to iOS 8 include iPhone 4S and later models and the iPad 2 and later models. The downgrade can only be performed via a computer that has iTunes installed. Devices that come with iOS 8 installed on them can’t be downgraded to iOS 7.

Macbook: Apple’s rumored about Macbook Air may be able to use the new USB Type C connector, MacRumors notes. The new Type C connector is reversible, which allows users to plug it in no matter which way it’s facing. The Macbook Air, which could have a 12-inch screen, is also rumored to use a different charging port that current generation Macbook Airs. Other rumors claim that the device will also be fanless and that it won’t launch until mid 2015.

Watch: The Apple Watch may have 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage, reports AppleInsider. The new claims about Watch come from Timothy Arcuri of Cowen and Company in a letter sent to investors on Monday. In the letter, Arcuri claims that Apple will offer a 4GB and 8GB version of the Watch. He also believes that it could include a wireless combination chip similar to the one found in the iPhone 5s. However, this wouldn’t match up with what Apple has said about the phone, which means a different type of chip could be used.

For more about the company, check out our previous Apple Rumors stories.

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