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Apple is notoriously secretive when it comes to preparing for a major product launch, but despite the company’s best efforts, we’ve an ever-growing dossier of information on what’s next out of the smartphone department at Cupertino HQ. New snaps have emerged showing more mockups of the Space Gray variant of the "iPhone 6" in all of its glory, with one comparing the handset to both the current flagship iPhone 5s and the HTC One (M8).According to reports, Apple will be shipping not one, but two new iPhones later on this year, with a 4.7-inch model said to be accompanied by…
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 00:00

iPad Air 2 Might Come with Touch ID

Following on from the successful roll-out with last year’s iPhone 5s, it is strongly suspected that Apple will add the Touch ID fingerprint sensor to both the next-gen iPad Air and iPad mini. A couple of new images out of Asia, said to showcase a prototype of the iPad Air 2, corroborate the notion of Touch ID debuting on the company’s famed tablet, and although we cannot vouch for the legitimacy of the source, these snaps align nicely with what we’ve been hearing just lately.With Apple having rolled out its first ever fingerprint sensor as a part of the iPhone…
Apple’s iPhone 6 has been leaked dozens of times through mockups, and although we’re fairly sure as to the device’s eventual form factor, it’s always difficult to establish what reported information is factual and what is perhaps a spin on the truth. Sonny Dickson, who has a fairly solid reputation for accurate leaks, has released a snap on Twitter of what is claimed to be an accurate image of the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 in white and gold. Given his history of reliable iDevice-related information, we can be at least a bit more sure of the device’s eventual profile,…
Friday, 23 May 2014 09:40

Another iPhone 6 Mold Leak

A Romanian accessory seller is the source of the latest "leak" to get the iPhone community buzzing on the blogosphere. A hunk of metal shaped to fit the supposed dimensions for Apple's forthcoming iPhone 6 (which - we assume - is used for molding cases to accommodate the next-gen smartphone) is circulating throughout the rumor mill today. Thanks to the folks at MobileDirect.ro., we have a good look at the metal case in question, although there is little corresponding evidence to validate the authenticity of the "mold." Nonetheless, it is yet another example of the growing number of image leaks…
Wednesday, 07 May 2014 10:06

Watch How This iPhone 5S Gets Crushed

Being the huge tech fans that we are, we’re more than just a little excited about the OnePlus One smartphone. Combining the tried-and-tested formula of high-end specs and low price, the CM-running device is sure to be a hit when it makes it to market. Speaking of market, Oppo’s spin-off company decided to promote its handset using the fairly common tactic of encouraging would-be early adopters to film themselves smashing up their iPhones. Some refused, while others played ball, and the winners, as you’ll see in the clip below, went above and beyond the call of duty. We’ve seen plenty…
Wednesday, 07 May 2014 10:23

Grab These Apps While They Are Free Now

For some of you, another Bank Holiday weekend is in full flow, and a number of mobile developers have marked this occasion by offering some great apps and games for an amazing price of free. Below, you’ll find a list of some great titles that can be snapped up without requiring you to part with so much of your hard-earned cash, so if you’re looking to beef up your device’s inventory, read on after the leap! Games They keep us entertained, consume perhaps more of our time than we’re comfortable with, and generally, are useful to stock up on for…
Off the back of recent reports regarding an iOS bug that allowed a hacker to potentially access encrypted email attachments, it has now emerged that a further flaw, existent through Siri, allows users to bypass lock screen security and make calls or send SMS messages using the Apple voice assistant. Even though the iOS lock screen is supposed to keep the majority of a device’s content securely stored away from prying eyes, the fact that certain features like Siri can also be accessed without unlocking has always been fraught with issues. We’ve already seen, through the many iOS 7.0.x updates,…
A recently-released jailbreak tweak called OS Experience by iOS developer Evan Swick has been released in Cydia that brings desktop-class multitasking to iOS 7 on the iPad. It doesn't matter if you're using an iPad Air, iPad Mini, or other variation of an iPad, as long as you're running iOS 7, you can download OS Experience.  A lot of OS Experience seems to adopt features from Mission Control in Mac OS X. It shows this through the interface, which brings the ability to have multiple desktops at the top with previews and applications that you can drag from desktop to…
Friday, 28 March 2014 09:59

Microsoft Office for iPad: Finally Here

Not before time, Microsoft has taken the wraps off Office for iPad, comprising of three apps: Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The Redmond’s famed productivity suite has taken its time to trickle out for Apple’s iOS device range, with the company having played hard-ball in order to sway users into purchasing Windows 8 / RT tablets. Details, as always, can be found right after the leap. Microsoft and Apple are two great adversaries in the field of technology, and it is for this reason that it has taken such a long time for Office to finally release for iPad. As you…
As the release of iOS 7.1, one of the most feature people talking about is the "Speed Improvements to iPhone 4". As all the iPhone 4 user known, iOS 7 run quite slow in iPhone 4 A4 processor. Apple did consider about it and improvement the performance in iPhone 4. Please see the chat below for the latest iOS 7.1 compared to previous version. As we notice, it did improve the app launching time and this is worth to update for the user who are not depend on jailbreak. If you plan to jailbreak or your iPhone 4 already jailbroken…
Most iPhone users would consider their device to be something of a lifesaver, in that it keeps them connected to the world and those around them no matter where they may be. But in the case of Utah-based U.S. solider Shaun Frank, the device literally saved his life – bearing the full impact of shrapnel from an explosion that may otherwise have proven fatal. In the end, the man escaped with only minor wounds, and has since personally sent his thanks to the Cupertino company. The build quality of Apple products is such that fans of premium design and materials…