iPhone Warranty is Easier to Buy with New AppleCare+ Extension

Check out competing services before buying AppleCare+ as your extended iPhone warranty.

New iPhone buyers can buy an iPhone warranty easier thanks to a longer AppleCare+ purchase period. Apple now lets iPhone and iPad buyers purchase the AppleCare+ extended warranty for up to 60 days after buying the device, double the original 30 day window that Apple offered for the last several new iPhone release dates. AppleCare+ is […]

Apple cuts iPhone 5 Trade In Price as iPhone 6 Nears

Apple chops $45 off the iPhone 5 trade in price in the months leading up to a rumored iPhone 6 release date.

The iPhone 5 trade in price is $45 less at Apple, offering consumers just $225 for the nearly two-year old iPhone. The price drop comes as an iPhone 6 release date is less than 3 months away, according to rumors. iPhone 5 trade in values declined over the last 10 to 12 months, with a […]

7 Reasons Why the iPhone 5s is Still The Best Smartphone

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The iPhone 5s is still the best phone for most people despite its shortcomings and all the Android phones that have launched so far this year. The iPhone 5s is the easiest to use, has the best apps and superior support. Unlike most people writing an article about why the iPhone 5s is better than the […]

How to Use Siri

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Siri is Apple’s voice recognition personal assistant on iPhone and iPad that allows users to execute commands by voice. We’ll be showing you how to use Siri, how to customize it, and how to get the most out of the virtual personal assistant. Siri first debuted in 2011 with the release of the iPhone 4s […]

iPhone 6 Rumors Brought to Life with iOS 8 in New Video

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A new iPhone 6 video brings iPhone 6 rumors to life and shows what Apple’s new iOS 8 release could look like on the new iPhone. As we move further away from WWDC 2014 and closer to the fall, we’re starting to hear more and more about Apple’s 2014 pipeline and the products that the […]

iOS 7.1.2 Problems Plague iPhone & iPad Users

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Yesterday, Apple rolled out a brand new iOS 7 update in the form of iOS 7.1.2, its third iOS 7.1 release. And while the update is aimed at solving issues inside iOS 7.1, it appears that some iPhone and iPad owners are already dealing with iOS 7.1.2 problems. In March, Apple released iOS 7.1, an […]

1Password and iOS 8 Videos Show Keys to Safer iPhones

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There are a couple of new videos that show how the new Extensions APIs in iOS 8 show how password managers like 1Password could allow users to take advantage of Touch ID and Share Sheets to more easily facilitate the use of harder to crack passwords for protecting their data. Watching the videos one gets […]

iOS 7.1.2 on iPhone 5s: Impressions and Performance

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Apple has released its second update under the iOS 7.1 name, and it includes a few fixes and improvements to a few things on iPhones and iPads. Most notably, the update fixes a big security flaw with email attachments in the Mail app where attachments weren’t properly encrypted in the past. The update also improves iBeacon […]

iOS 7.1.2 on iPad mini with Retina: Impressions and Performance

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This morning, Apple released its new iOS 7.1.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, another update to the iOS 7.1 update that it rolled out back in March. After spending some time with the new iOS 7.1.2 update on the iPad mini with Retina Display, Apple’s current 7.9-inch iPad, we want to offer our impressions […]

iOS 7.1.2 on iPad Air: Impressions and Performance

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Earlier today, Apple released iOS 7.1.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, its latest update to iOS 7.1, the update that it rolled out back in March. After spending some time with the new iOS 7.1.2 update on the iPad Air, Apple’s current 9.7-inch iPad, we want to offer our impressions and a look at […]

iOS 7.1.2 on iPhone 5: Impressions and Performance

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Earlier today, Apple pushed out its latest iOS 7 update in the form of iOS 7.1.2, the second update to the company’s iOS 7.1 update that rolled out back in March. After spending some time with the new iOS 7.1.2 update on the iPhone 5, we want to offer our impressions and a look at […]

iOS 7.1.2 Arrives as First Update Since iOS 8 Reveal

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Apple has pushed out iOS 7.1.2 to the public, and it comes with several improvements and fixes, most notably fixing a big security flaw with email attachments in the Mail app. The update also improves iBeacon connectivity and stability, as well as improved connectivity with third-party accessories. We knew the update would arrive any second […]

iOS 7.1.2 Update Won’t Patch iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak

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The recent release of the iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak from last week has finally shined a light on a dimly-lit jailbreak community, which has gone without an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak for quite some time. However, with iOS 7.1.2 right around the corner, what will this do to the current iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak? Luckily, the Pangu iOS […]

iOS 8 Jailbreak Release Teased, Won’t Last Long

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Just days after an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak was released, another jailbreak developer and hacker has teased his own release of an iOS 8 jailbreak to much of everyone’s surprise. BlackGeek is the hacker behind many jailbreaks in the past, including the first iOS 7.1.X jailbreak for the iPhone 4. He’s the one who teased an […]

iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak Updated by Pangu, Now Supports Mac and English

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Less than a week after an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak was released, the team behind the whole thing has already updated the jailbreak tool. It now supports Mac computers, and now comes in English (it was only available in Chinese previously). Furthermore, the English version also gets rid of the opt-out checkbox for the highly-controversial Chinese […]

Nexus 8 vs. iPad mini: What Rumors Reveal Right Now

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Rumor has it, Google is working on a new Nexus tablet, currently dubbed Nexus 8. The device is said to feature a larger screen than the 7-inch Nexus 7 and come with a number of other upgrades that could help it become one of the top rivals to the iPad mini with Retina Display and […]

How to Keep iPhone Cables from Breaking

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Ever come across a broken iPhone charging cable? You’re certainly not alone, but we have a few tips that will help you avoid a broken iPhone Lightning cable in the future. We’ve all experienced a broken charging cable. They get worn out after a while and the cable starts tear open at the base of […]

How to Free Up Space on Mac

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If you have a MacBook Air or even a newer MacBook Pro, you know that storage can be a premium, thanks to Apple using solid state storage. Of course, you can upgrade it to as much as 512GB of storage, but most of us like to save money and go with the lowest tier, thinking […]

Say Goodbye to Aperture and iPhoto in OS X Yosemite

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Digital photography may be an easier way for shutterbugs to more easily save their photo memories forever, but that doesn’t mean the tools they use to store and edit them will always be around. In a statement to noted Apple enthusiast Jim Dalrymple, and then others, Apple has announced it will be ceasing development for its […]