Jailbreak Features Apple Needs to Steal for iOS 9

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The beauty of jailbreaking your iPhone is that you get to have features that a stock iOS experience wouldn’t allow, but here are some jailbreak features that Apple needs to steal for iOS 9. iOS 9 will most likely be announced next week during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, and there are already a handful of […]

iOS 9 Release: 5 Things You Shouldn’t Expect in June

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As we approach the start of Apple’s annual WWDC developer conference, we’re starting to hear about the announcements the company has on tap for June. One of those products is expected to be an iOS 9 release for iPhone and iPad and today, with just a few days to go before Apple takes the stage, […]

Gmail vs Inbox: Which One Should You Use?

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If you’re a Gmail user, you’ve most likely been using the Gmail app or the stock Mail app on your iPhone or Android device. However, Google’s Inbox email app is available to the public now, and here’s how it compares to the company’s Gmail app. Essentially, Inbox is aimed at being Gmail 2.0 of sorts […]

How to Record Time-Lapse Videos on iPhone

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One of the newer features of the iPhone camera is the ability to record a time-lapse video. Here’s how to record time-lapse videos on your iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, or iPhone 6 Plus. If you’re not familiar with time-lapse videography, it’s essentially the process of recording a long video and simply speeding it up when playing […]

iPhone 6s vs. iPhone 5: 5 Things We Learned in May

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If you still own the iPhone 5 or if you’re looking into buying an iPhone 5, you’re probably taking a look at your options. One option that’s rumored but still not out is Apple’s iPhone 6s. In May, iPhone 6s rumors were rampant and today we want to take a look at what we learned about […]

iOS 8.4 Release: 5 Things Not to Expect

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With an iOS 8.4 release seemingly in the cards for the summer and WWDC 2015 just a few short days away, it’s time to take a look at what we don’t expect from Apple and its iOS 8.4 release for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. In April, shortly after it released iOS 8.3, Apple confirmed yet […]

How to Add More Storage to Your iPad

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It always seems like you never have enough space on your iPad, but here’s how you can add more storage to your iPad with ease. While Apple offers a 16GB iPad model, 16GB of storage on an iPad isn’t much at all. In fact, many would say that it’s nearly impossible for an iPad user, […]

Best iPhone Audiobook Apps

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If reading isn’t your cup of tea, perhaps listening to someone read is more up your alley. Here are the best iPhone audiobook apps. Audiobooks, as you might have guessed, are audio versions of books, and they’re perhaps even more convenient than physically reading a book, as you can listen to audiobooks in the car […]

iPhone 6s Release: 10 Things We Learned in May

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In May, we’ve heard a whole lot about Apple’s rumored iPhone 6s, a device that’s expected to replace the iPhone 6 later this year. With May coming to a close, we want to take a look at a few things we’ve learned about Apple’s still unannounced iPhone 6s release. The first three months of the year were […]

Google Photos for iPhone: 4 Reasons to Try It

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Google introduced a new Photos app yesterday and it’s now available for iPhone. Here are four reasons why you should try it out. The Google I/O 2015 keynote took place yesterday, and the company announced a handful of new things, but perhaps the biggest announcement was the new Google Photos app, which takes photo management […]

How to Fix the iMessage Bug That Crashes Your iPhone

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A bug was recently discovered in iOS that will reboot an iPhone and crash the Messages app whenever a certain string of text is received by a user. It’s mostly harmless, but quite annoying. Apple, however, has posted some temporary fixes until they can release an official patch to fix the bug. The string of […]

iOS 9 Release: What We Learned in May

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Over the past month, we’ve seen a number of iOS 9 release details emerge giving us an early glimpse at the update that’s expected to replace iOS 8 and iOS 8.4. With May coming to a close, we want to take a look at a few things we’ve learned about Apple’s still unannounced iOS 9 update for iPhone and iPad. […]

How to Disable iMessage Read Receipts on iPhone

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By default, Apple enables what are called “read receipts” on your iPhone, here’s how to disable the feature in iMessage. Read receipts, when enabled, allow your recipient to see when you read their text message in iMessage. This is fine and all if you have nothing to hide, but if you have read receipts enabled, […]

iOS 8.4 for iPhone & iPad: 5 Things to Know in May

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With May coming to a close, we want to take a look at the five most important things iOS 8 users need to know about the iOS 8.4 update and its release for iPhone and iPad. In April, Apple confirmed the arrival of a brand new iOS 8 update in the form of iOS 8.4. […]

Galaxy Note 5 vs. iPhone 6 Plus: 5 Things to Know in May

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In May, we’ve started to see Samsung Galaxy Note 5 rumors emerge at a rapid pace teasing smartphone enthusiasts and smartphone buyers. With the month coming to a close, we want to take a look at the five most important things you need to know about the inevitable Galaxy Note 5 vs iPhone 6 Plus matchup. The iPhone […]

How to Disable Location in Facebook Messenger

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It turns out, Facebook Messenger can tell others your precise location. Here’s how to prevent that from happening. By default, Facebook Messenger tracks your location and embeds that information into any messages you send over the service on your mobile device. That is, unless you manually disable the app from using your location. By using […]

iPhone 6s vs. iPhone 5s: 5 Things to Know in May

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After a few months of silence, we’ve finally started to see iPhone 6s rumors emerge at a rapid pace in May teasing smartphone enthusiasts and smartphone buyers. With the month coming to a close, we want to take a look at the five most important things you need to know about the inevitable iPhone 6s vs iPhone 5s matchup. […]

iOS 9 Beta Release: 5 Things To Know Now

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The iOS 9 beta downloads are just weeks away from arriving online after an iOS 9 update announcement at WWDC 2015. Apple promised to show the future of iOS at this developer event that starts on June 8th. In addition to seeing new iOS 9 features on stage and learning about the iOS 9 release […]

iOS 8.4 vs. iOS 9 Release: 5 Things to Know Right Now

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iOS 8.4 and iOS 9 release details have been flying around in May teasing iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users around the world. With an iOS 8.4 release and iOS 9 release in the cards and details emerging parallel to one another, we want to take a look at how the iOS 8.4 vs. iOS […]

iPhone 6s vs. iPhone 6: 5 Things to Know in May

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In May, we’ve started to see iPhone 6s rumors emerge at a breakneck pace teasing smartphone enthusiasts and smartphone buyers. With the month coming to a close, we want to take a look at the five most important things you need to know about the inevitable iPhone 6s vs iPhone 6 matchup. Apple’s 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is still one of […]