Apple Pay Bank Support Continues to Rise

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Apple Pay launched late last month alongside the iOS 8.1 update for iPhone and iPad users. The new payment platform already has a handful of major banks that support it, as well as a growing list of retail stores. However, one big roadblock has been bank support, with only a few big-name banks supporting Apple’s digital […]

iPhone 6 Trade-In Deal Offers Up to $300 for Old iPhones

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The iPhone 6 has only been out for a little over a month, but already we’re seeing lots of great deals that buyers can take advantage of. The latest one is from Target, which gives iPhone 6 buyers up to $300 toward their purchase if they trade in their old iPhone. In order to take […]

iPhone 6 Hotel Room Unlocking Rolls Out Today

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During Apple’s iPhone 6 event back in September, Apple announced that the new smartphone and the upcoming Apple Watch would be able to unlock your hotel room door at select Starwood hotels. The rollout for the feature begins today. It isn’t a full rollout just yet, but Starwood says that hotels under the Aloft, Element, and […]

iPad Pro Rumors Suggest Super-Slim Design

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Rumors about the iPad Pro have been circulating for over a year (maybe even longer), but a new report narrows down the possible features of the bigger iPad that could release next year. According to Japanese website MacOtakara, the iPad Pro will come with a 12.2-inch display along with a body that could be just 7mm […]

New MacBook Rumors Heat Up with Launch of New CPUs

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While we probably won’t see any new MacBook models for the remainder of the year, Apple is set up to deliver quite the upgrade for new MacBooks come next year, as Intel has launched its new Broadwell Core M processors meant for ultrathin laptops. It’s rumored that Apple has been busy testing out these new […]

Apple Watch Release Rumored for Spring 2015

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While recent rumors have suggested that the Apple Watch release would come at some point in February, it seems that it will be a bit later than that. According to a leaked internal message given to Apple Store retail employees by retail senior vice president Angela Ahrendts, we can expect the Apple Watch release to […]

Verizon Data Limits Increase to Compete with AT&T

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Over the weekend, Verizon upped its data limits for its More Everything plans, giving customers twice the data that they would usually pay for in an effort to compete with AT&T and its growing data limits. Verizon’s $80 More Everything plans received a bump up to 10GB, while its $100 More Everything plan now comes […]

Belkin Thunderbolt 2 Express Dock HD Review

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Belkin recently launched its second-generation Express Dock, which now comes with Thunderbolt 2 capabilities. I got the chance to play around with it and see if it’s a product worth having in your home or work office. The nice thing about MacBooks is that they’re really portable, but whenever you want to dock it to […]

Pelican ProGear Protector iPhone 6 Case Review

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The iPhone 6 is just over a month old, but a bevy of protective cases are already available for Apple’s latest flagship. We got our hands on Pelican’s latest case for the new device and took it for a spin. We’ve already reviewed several iPhone 6 cases, including the Speck Candy Shell and Apple’s official […]

How to Jailbreak iOS 8 with Pangu

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Much to everyone’s surprise in the jailbreak community, an iOS 8 jailbreak has been released to the public, and it also works with the latest iOS 8.1 update. With that said, we’re going to show you how to jailbreak iOS 8 and iOS 8.1 on your iPhone or iPad. The Pangu dev team is a […]

How to Stop iPhone Apps from Using Mobile Data in iOS 8

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If your iPhone cellular plan uses a small monthly data allowance, you have to be rather careful about how you spend those megabytes each month. One thing to be aware of is that some iPhone apps can hog mobile data even when you’re not actively using them. Here’s how to disable that. A feature called […]

How to Turn Off Automatic App Updates in iOS 8

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If you’re iPhone or iPad is automatically updating apps without your permission, there’s a way you can disable that from happening again, and here’s how to do it. A feature that was introduced in iOS 7 allows your iPhone or iPad to automatically download and install app updates, meaning that you don’t have to go […]

Target Black Friday Deals Will Come with Free Shipping

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Black Friday is still a month away, but retailers are beginning to gear up for that busy shopping weekend right after Thanksgiving. In fact, Target has already begun offering free shipping for orders placed online. Target will no doubt be a big player on Black Friday, as we should be seeing some great deals from […]

Refurbished 2014 15-Inch MacBook Pro Now Available

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After releasing earlier this year, the 2014 model of the 15-inch Macbook Pro with Retina display is now available in Apple’s Online Refurbished Store. If you don’t mind a refurbished product, you can grab one for as low as $1,699. This will get you a 2.2 GHz Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, 16GB of memory, […]

How to Turn Off iPhone 6 Reachability

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The iPhone 6 comes with a nifty feature that allows users to easily reach the top row of apps on the home screen or anything else that’s placed toward the top of the display. It’s called Reachability, but not everyone is a huge fan of it. Here’s how to disable it. Reachability can be accessed […]

How to Turn Off Location Data for iOS 8 Photos

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If you don’t want your location data saved on your photos that you take with your iPhone or iPad in iOS 8, here’s how to disable the feature. Every photo that you take with any camera comes with what’s called EXIF data, which consists of the settings used for taking the photo (shutter speed, aperture, […]

iPhone 6 Bending Problems May Have Quietly Been Fixed

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While the launch of the iPhone 6 was one of Apple’s best opening weekend releases ever for the iPhone, the company wasn’t getting let off easy. The internet has been buzzing lately over some users noticing that their iPhone 6 Plus units slightly bend while tucked in their pocket, but it seems that Apple has […]

iOS 8 Jailbreak Release Making Progress

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It’s been a bit over a month since iOS 8 initially released to the public, with the first major update releasing earlier this month in the form of iOS 8.1, and already an iOS 8 jailbreak has released somewhat. While you shouldn’t get your hopes up just yet, the progress on a less-buggy jailbreak release […]

iPhone 6 60 FPS Videos Now Supported on YouTube

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The iPhone 6 allows users to record video at 60 frames per second, but uploading those videos to YouTube has re-encoded them to 30 frames per second. However, the streaming video website has finally launched support for 60 FPS videos. The new feature has largely been touted as a video game feature for those who […]

Why Apple Pay Isn’t Accepted Everywhere

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Apple Pay was launched earlier this month and has become the fastest-growing digital payment platform on the market so far, but it’s not all roses and candy for everyone. Apple Pay allows you to store your credit card information on your iPhone and use it to buy stuff at any store that supports Apple Pay. […]