New iPhone 6s Rumors Point to Apple Watch-Like Display

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iPhone 6s rumors have begun to trickle in as we move further and further into 2015, with the latest rumor being huge camera improvements and a new Apple Watch-like display in the new iPhone. According to Chinese site UDN, the iPhone 6s could move to a two-lens camera setup, which would offer better image quality, […]

Best Tablets for Kids

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If you have a little kid and you want to keep them entertained with movies or educational content while on the go, here are the best tablets for kids that you should consider buying. Choosing a tablet for yourself is fairly easy — you go with the one that has the best performance, the better-looking […]

10 Reasons to Jailbreak the iPhone 6

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If you’re thinking about jailbreaking your iPhone 6, here are ten reasons why you should do it. The iPhone 6 is one of the best smartphones on the market, but one of the biggest complaints that users have is mostly about the operating system. Compared to Android, iOS is locked down pretty severely. Customization options […]

How to Delete Unread Facebook Messages

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Sometimes, we don’t want to read Facebook messages from some of our Facebook “friends,” but here’s how to delete those messages without ever opening them up. There are many reasons why you’d want to delete an unread Facebook message, mostly because Facebook includes read receipts, so when you open up a message, the sender knows […]

2015 MacBook Air Release Date Inches Closer

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As we get settled into 2015, we’re also eagerly looking ahead to see what Apple plans to do with its MacBook Air line, and rumors and leaks have been a Apple fan’s delight. According to DigiTimes, production of the 12-inch MacBook Air is now underway, with a release time frame within the first quarter of […]

How to Add LTE to a WiFi-Only iPad

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Whether you’re stuck with a WiFi-only iPad or can’t really afford to pay for the more expensive LTE model, here’s how you can add LTE capabilities to your WiFi-only iPad. If you’ve been eyeing LTE iPads, you’ll notice that they’re a bit more expensive than WiFi-only models. For instance, if we look at the iPad […]

iOS 8.2 Release Date Inches Closer as New Beta Arrives

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iOS 8.2 is inching ever-so-closer to its inevitable release as Apple has issued the fourth beta to the upcoming iOS 8 update to developers, which includes several bug fixes, as well as the addition of a new Bluetooth settings that hints at a dedicated app for the Apple Watch. In the new beta, the Bluetooth […]

Apple Pay Problems Frustrate iPhone Users

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Apple Pay has been out for several months now, and while the initial hype of the new payment platform has somewhat subsided, problems and issues with the service are still on high alert. One big issue that many users have been experiencing is that it seems retailers either aren’t training their employees enough on Apple […]

Most Popular Smartphone Camera on Flickr: iPhone 5

Flickr is one of the most popular image hosting services on the internet, and it’s what many professional and novice photographers use to show off their work. Therefore, Flickr is a decent platform for which you can see what the most popular cameras are that all your favorite photographers are using, and the iPhone absolutely […]

iPhone 6 Availability Now Completely In Stock

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We knew it would happen eventually, but the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have both completely caught up with demand and are now showing in stock and ready to ship in Apple’s online store. All models and storage capacities for the newer device are now shipping within 24 hours, which is the standard for […]

How to Record 4K Video on iPhone 6

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The iPhone 6 can record video at 1080p, but with a new app, you can record 4K video right on your iPhone 6. Here’s how to do it. It turns out that while the software of iOS doesn’t have the capability to record 4K video right out of the box, the iPhone 6 hardware can […]

iPod Shuffle Future Up in the Air

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After Apple officially discontinued the iPod Classic just recently, the iPod Shuffle could also be on its way out of the door, as Apple Stores are running out of stock and shipping times online are getting worse. According to 9to5Mac, it’s said that Apple has warned its retail employees that the iPod Shuffle will be seeing […]

Apple Watch Demo Lets You Try It Before You Buy It

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The Apple Watch is still a couple of months away, with a rumored launch date of March, but you can now somewhat try out the Apple Watch before it releases, thanks to a new website. It’s called Pipes’ Apple Watch, and it lets you navigate around the Apple Watch interface to a certain extent, but […]

The Big Reason Why Developers Focus More on iOS Apps

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The iTunes App Store set a new record for the most money handed out to iOS app developers over the course of 2014, with $10 billion divvied out. Furthermore, App Store revenue increased by 50% from the previous year. In total, Apple has paid a handsome $25 billion to iOS app developers since the App […]

Kensington iPad Case Doubles as an iPhone Charger

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There is no shortage of new iPad cases here at CES 2015 this week, but Kensington has debuted a new keyboard case that can also charge your iPhone. The Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus for the iPad Air 2 includes a built-in 4,500mAh battery that can re-charge an iPhone 2-3 times over, or you can use […]

iPhone 6s Rumors Point to Improved OLED Screen

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Smartphone display technology has been getting better and better, and the iPhone has had one of the best displays on the market, but it could be getting even better. According to Japanese newspaper Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, a new $2.6 billion factory for Foxconn will be dedicated to building OLED displays exclusively for Apple, which could be put […]

Olloclip iPhone 6 Case Protects While Taking Photos

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Olloclip released its iPhone 6 lens kit just recently, but at CES 2015 this week, the company unveiled it’s very own iPhone 6 case that works with its lens kit for the new phone. The case has a special cutout around where the lens kit attaches, letting users take advantage of lens kit and take […]

Belkin WeMo Home Automation Expands with New Sensors

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Home automation is becoming a big thing at CES, and this year’s show was no exception. Belkin showed off a new line of Belkin WeMo products this week that further add to the growing portfolio of home automation products from the company. Belkin showed off a water sensor, a door & window sensor, a keychain […]

RemoteLync Offers Fire Safety Features for Mobile Users

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If you’ve ever been away from home and wanted to be alerted on your mobile device if your house ever caught on fire, there’s an affordable product that offers that capability. The RemoteLync from Kidde is a simple small box that you plug into any outlet in your house and it will listen for your […]

Razer Nabu X Offers Fitness Tracking at an Affordable Price

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The Razer Nabu fitness tracking wearable now has a cheaper brother. The Nabu X is a slightly dumbed-down version of the original Nabu wristband, but it mostly just gets rid of the display in order to keep the cost down, and replaces it with three LEDs. The three LEDs light up based upon the type of […]