Apple Watch Battery Life Limited to Daily Charging

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The Apple Watch was announced last month, and while Apple teased many details about the new wearable, there were still some details that the company left out, such as Apple Watch battery life. During the WSJ.D Conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook briefly spoke about Apple Watch battery life and noted that users will probably have […]

Apple Pay Deal Gives Wells Fargo Users $20

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Apple Pay’s popularity is quite astounding, but one bank is still enticing its users to try out the new payment platform by giving them $20 for trying out Apple Pay. Wells Fargo will gives its customers $20 if they add their Wells Fargo credit or debit card to Apple Pay and use it at any […]

How to Watch NBA Games Live

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The NBA regular season is under way and that means attempting to catch all the action as possible. However, if you’ll be traveling or spending your time out on the go, there’s no reason you still can’t watch the games, as there are a few options available for streaming them live. The NBA season is […]

Fire TV Stick vs Chromecast: What You Should Know

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Amazon announced the latest addition to its streaming device family today, called the Fire TV Stick, which looks to compete against Google’s Chromecast dongle that essentially started this whole HDMI streaming dongle craze. How do the two device stand up against each other? Just like the Chromecast, the Fire TV Stick plugs into an HDMI […]

How to Record Video at 60 FPS on iPhone 6

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The iPhone 6 comes with all sorts of improvements over the iPhone 5s, including some new features added to the camera. The iPhone 6 can now shoot 1080p video at an impressive 60 frames per second. Here’s how to enable it. The camera on the iPhone 6 is rather impressive. Most notably, it’s equipped with […]

How to Remove a Credit Card from Apple Pay

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Apple Pay launched last week to much fanfare, but if it isn’t quite your cup of tea, here’s how to remove a credit card from Apple Pay on your iPhone 6. Apple Pay allows you to store your credit card information on your iPhone and use it to buy stuff at any store that supports […]

iPhone 6 NFC Could Gain More Features in the Future

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The iPhone 6’s new NFC chip is locked for use with Apple Pay only, but a new report suggests that the company will slowly be spreading the uses for the new phone’s NFC capabilities in the future. According to The Information, Apple is currently in talks with various companies about expanding NFC functionality, but potential […]

Apple Pay Shutout Brings iOS & Android Users Together

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While Apple Pay has seen a rather buggy start, its popularity is still well-noticed, but not all retail stores want in on the fun, and CVS and Rite Aid have actually shut down NFC payments all together in order to shut out Apple Pay and make room for its own digital payment platform. According to […]

Amazon Fire TV Stick Is the Cheapest Streaming Solution Yet

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As an addition to Amazon’s Fire TV streaming box, the company has announced the Fire TV Stick, which looks to be the newest competitor to the Chromecast. Just like the Chromecast, the Fire TV Stick plugs into an HDMI port on your television, but it comes packing with faster performance than the Chromecast, boasting 4x the […]

5 Common Apple TV Problems & Fixes

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The Apple TV is one of the quieter products in Apple’s lineup, but it’s still very popular amongst home theater users and streaming lovers. However, the device isn’t without its issues. Here’s how to fix the five most common Apple TV problems. While the Apple TV may seem like just an ordinary streaming set-top box, […]

How to Turn On and Use iCloud Photo library

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iOS already has a feature called Photo Stream, which takes your photos that you capture with one of your iOS devices and syncs them across your other iOS devices, including an Apple TV if you have one. However, a new feature called iCloud Photo Library looks to take that to the next level. Here’s how […]

MacBook Sale Offers $150 Off Entry-Level Models at Best Buy

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We don’t normally see MacBook sales as often as we’ve been seeing iPad sales, but this latest deal from Best Buy has entry-level MacBooks for $150 off. You can grab the latest refresh of the 13-inch MacBook Air for just $849, and it comes with an Intel Core i5 processor clocked at 1.4GHz with 4GB […]

iPad Air 2 NFC Support Could Arrive Soon

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When Apple unveiled and launched iPad Air 2, they mentioned nothing about an NFC chip on the inside of the new tablet, even though it works with Apple Pay. However, it turns out that there actually is an NFC chip on the inside of the iPad Air 2, and it might not be long until […]

5 iOS 8 Jailbreak Tweaks We Want to See

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With iOS 8 out in the wild and an official jailbreak to accompany it, users are starting to look forward to the many iOS 8 jailbreak tweaks that they’ll be able to install. Here are some tweaks that we want to see in iOS 8. There will no doubt be the classics that will make […]

Apple Pay Problems Continue to Annoy iPhone Users

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Apple Pay officially launched earlier this week alongside the release of iOS 8.1. However, initial use of the new payment platform has hit a few roadblocks so far. Some users have been getting double-charged when using Apple Pay at stores, with one user claiming he was charged twice while shopping at Whole Foods using his […]

iOS 8 Control Center Issues Frustrate Users

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iOS 8 hasn’t been without its issues over the past couple of weeks, and now it seems a handful of users are having problems with iOS 8’s Control Center on both the iPhone and iPad. According to several community forum posts on Apple’s support forums, many users say that they can’t access Control Center by […]

Apple Pay Bank Support Continues to Grow

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Apple Pay launched earlier this week alongside the iOS 8.1 update for iPhone and iPad users. The new payment platform already has a handful of 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 […]

Why You Shouldn’t Buy the 128GB iPad Air 2

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The iPad Air 2 is now on sale, equipped with Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor, as well as a new gold color option.However, if you’re still pondering over which storage size to buy, might we suggest to stay away from the 128GB version. The iPad Air 2 comes in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB storage flavors, […]

How to Change Your Mac’s Admin Password

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By default, your Mac’s admin password is your iCloud password. This is a new feature introduced in OS X Yosemite, but it’s something that not all users like, so here’s how to go back to using an admin password of your choice. The nice thing about past versions of OS X was that you could […]

iCloud Drive iOS App: When Is it Coming?

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iOS 8 an OS X Yosemite come with a new feature called iCloud Drive, which is essentially Apple’s equivalent to Dropbox and Google Drive. However, while OS X Yosemite has an iCloud Drive folder where you can drag and drop various files in and out of, where’s the equivalent app for iOS? The image below […]