Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Neato: Apple has ordered developers of the Neato iOS notification widget to remove their widget from the App Store, reports MacRumors. The Neato widget adds the ability to take notes via the iOS Notification Center. The widget includes a keyboard, which is the cause for its removal. The widget is purely meant for note taking and removing the keyboard from it would render it useless. The developers behind the widget were told to remove the keyboard from it on Nov. 10 and have been given two weeks to do so.
Resolution: Now that Apple has released its software development kit for Apple Watch some specifications about the upcoming devices are becoming known, AppleInsider notes. One such spec of the upcoming device is the resolution for the two different models. There will be two different sizes of Watch. The 38-millimeter version will have a 272-pixel-by-340-pixel display and the 42-millimeter version will have a 312-pixel-by-390-pixel display.
iPhone: New tests from a Korean publication claim that Apple’s triple cell (TLC) NAND memory is to blame for crashes, reports BGR. Several iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users with 64GB or 128GB models with large libraries have complained of crashes. Some reports claim that the tech company may be planning to use multi-level cell (MLC) storage in newer versions of its iPhone 6 smartphones. The test conducted show that MLC NAND storage has better performance than TLC NAND storage. Previosu reports have claimed that Apple used TLC NANA memory because it was more affordable than MLC NAND memory.