iOS 8.1 Release Date Reportedly Set for This Month

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Apple’s first major update to iOS 8 will reportedly launch later this month, and it will include Apple Pay, marking the launch of the company’s digital wallet platform as well. According to Bank Innovation, iOS 8.1 and Apple Pay will launch on October 20, which may also be around the time that Apple launches new […]

How to Get Better iPhone 4s Performance on iOS 8

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iOS 8 was released earlier this month, and while many users have been having issues with the update on their iPhone 6 units, performance has been a whole other issues for iPhone 4s users. Many owners of older iPhones have been reporting slowdowns ever since updating to iOS 8, mostly because the latest version of […]

Verizon & Sprint Join AT&T with Double Data Promotions

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Carriers have had the tendency to follow each other like a little brother follows around his bigger brother, and Verizon and Sprint are doing exactly that with AT&T’s recent double data promotion. A couple of days ago, AT&T launched a new promotion that would give customers using higher-tier Mobile Share plans almost double the data […]

Why You Shouldn’t Buy the 128GB iPhone 6

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The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are out in full force, although some buyers are still waiting for their backorder to arrive. In any case, there some consumers who have yet to purchase an iPhone 6, and that’s mostly because they might still be pondering over which storage capacity to go for. Both the […]

iPad Air 2 Gold Option Possibly Arriving Next Month

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Gold has been a popular color option for iPhones ever since it was introduced a year ago with the iPhone 5s, and it seems that Apple will be doing the same thing with the new iPads that are expected to launch next month. According to Bloomberg, Apple will add a gold color option to the […]

iOS 8 Bug Could Randomly Erase iCloud Drive Data

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iOS 8 is out in full force and users have been taking advantage of all the new features, but a bug that’s been discovered apparently erases iCould Drive documents and data without the user’s permission. According to several users, using the “Reset All Settings” option by navigating to General > Reset has caused files to be […]

Where to Buy Cheap iPad Chargers

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In a world where Apple charges $19 for an iPad charger, most buyers are probably interested in looking elsewhere for a cheaper alternative. Luckily, there are a few options that you can take advantage of. Furthermore, iPad chargers aren’t just for iPads anymore. The iPhone 6 supports charging at 2.1 amps, allowing the device to […]

How to Restore an iPhone Without Losing iOS 7.1.2 Jailbreak

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Whether you want to just start from a clean slate or you’re selling your jailbroken iPhone, you’ll want to completely restore the device. However, restoring your iPhone through iTunes will force you to update the device to iOS 8, and since iOS 8 isn’t jailbreakable yet, you’ll want to somehow stick to iOS 7.1.2. Luckily, […]

iOS 8.1 Beta Points to iPad Touch ID Capabilities

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Rumors have been flying all year about the possibility of new iPads getting Touch ID capabilities in the Home button, and a new hidden code that was discovered in the first iOS 8.1 beta keeps the rumor mill churning. Developer Hamza Sood discovered a line of code in the iOS 8.1 beta that refers to the […]

How to Watch the MLB Playoffs Live

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If you want to watch this year’s MLB playoffs, you no longer need a television with an antenna or cable subscription. For the first time ever, you can officially stream playoff games using the MLB At Bat mobile app on your iOS, Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone device, or through MLB.TV on a variety of streaming […]

iPhone 6 Plus in Stock at Target

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The iPhone 6 Plus has seen a lot of demand since the device’s launch over a week ago, and many stores have had the phone in very low stock. However, Target has the larger phablet-like iPhone in stock at many locations around the US. Many users on Reddit are reporting that cities in California, as […]

Apple Pay: Here’s Where You Can Use It

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Apple Pay was announced earlier this month alongside the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus as a digital wallet of sorts where you could buy goods using your iPhone at a handful of brick and mortar stores. The feature isn’t launching until next month, but here are all the places that support Apple Pay […]

Retina iMac May Launch Next Month During iPad Air 2 Event

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It’s been a while since we’ve heard rumors about Retina-equipped iMacs, but new reports suggest that Apple will unveil new iMacs next month during its iPad Air 2 event that will come equipped with Retina displays. According to both 9to5Mac and Apple insider Jack March, Apple is preparing to launch a new 27-inch iMac model […]

iPhone 6 Reachability Comes to iOS 7 with New Cydia Tweak

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The iPhone 6′s Reachability feature allows you to double-tap the Home button to bring down the screen so that you can easily tap on the top row of icons or anything else near the top of the screen. However, a new iOS 7 Cydia tweaks brings that functionality to other iPhones. The tweak is called […]

MacBook Air vs New MacBook 12-Inch: What We Know

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While Apple has already slightly updated its MacBook Air for this year, rumors are still coming in as far as a new MacBook model that we could see in the future. It’s not said whether it will be a part of the MacBook Pro or MacBook Air lineup, but there are already a flurry of […]

How to Watch Derek Jeter’s Last Game Live

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While Derek Jeter’s last home game took place on Thursday, the legendary shortstop’s final game ever will take place later today against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Here’s how to watch it live. This is Derek Jeter’s last season, and the Yankees captain has spent the last few months on his “farewell tour,” saying […]

MacBook Pro Retina vs MacBook 12-Inch: What We Know

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While Apple has already slightly updated its MacBook Pro for this year, rumors are still coming in as far as a new MacBook model that we could see in the future. It’s not said whether it will be a part of the MacBook Pro or MacBook Air lineup, but there are already a flurry of […]

iOS 8 Downgrade to iOS 7.1.2: Too Late Now

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If you upgraded to iOS 8 when it was initially released last week before the iPhone 6 launched, you were still able to downgrade back to iOS 7.1.2 if you didn’t like the new changes. However, Apple has officially quit signing iOS 7.1.2, which means if you updated to iOS 8, it’s now too late […]

iOS 8.0.2 Problems Plague Users Even After iOS 8.0.1 Update

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Apple released the first update for iOS 8 earlier this week in the form of iOS 8.0.1, which was supposed to fix some minor issues that users have discovered on launch day. However, the minor update actually made things worse, killing cell service and making Touch ID completely useless. However, just yesterday, the company released […]

Mac Mini 2014 Release Could Arrive Next Month

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The rumor mill has been awfully quiet about the next-generation Mac Mini, but a new report suggests that we’ll see a refresh next month during the iPad event. According to MacRumors, Apple is expected to launch a new Mac Mini in October during the company’s iPad event and OS X Yosemite launch. This would make […]