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T-Mobile will swap your iPhone 6 for the next one for free, give priority access to iPhone owners

T-Mobile will swap your iPhone 6 for the next one for free, give priority access to iPhone owners

T-Mobile is known as the “Un-carrier,” as the Magenta Network continues to do things that seem “un-carrier-istic” when compared to the other big names in the market. That trend continues, with a move focused entirely on the iPhone.

‘Steve Jobs’ film selected as the Centerpiece of the 53rd New York Film Festival

‘Steve Jobs’ film selected as the Centerpiece of the 53rd New York Film Festival

On July 1, the first official full-length trailer for the upcoming film, Steve Jobs was released. Now, several weeks later, the film has been selected for quite the honor.

WeatherPeek is a cool new tweak that lets you take a quick glance at the weather information

WeatherPeek is a cool new tweak that lets you take a quick glance at the weather information

WeatherPeek is an amazing jailbreak tweak that allows you to take a quick look at the weather highlights directly from the Lock screen, Home screen or from Spotlight.

Twitter rolls out Periscope update that lets you mute users, Handoff streams to Mac

Twitter rolls out Periscope update that lets you mute users, Handoff streams to Mac

Twitter has rolled out a big update to live-streaming platform Periscope that finally allows you to mute users to avoid notifications for all of the accounts you follow. The update also allows you to send Periscope streams to your Mac using Handoff in OS X Yosemite.

ControlPane: Jailbreak Tweak gives you quick access to iOS settings

ControlPane: Jailbreak Tweak gives you quick access to iOS settings

There are tweaks on Cydia such as CCControls and CCToggles which add additional toggles to Control Center, providing a quick access to some of your iOS Settings. ControlPane is a brand new jailbreak tweak that goes a little further by allowing you to view all of these toggles along with a few additional settings from a convenient and easy to access view.

Apple Pay now supported by HSBC and First Direct in the U.K.

Apple Pay now supported by HSBC and First Direct in the U.K.

HSBC and First Direct have today rolled out Apple Pay support in the U.K., two weeks after the service made its debut in Great Britain. Customers can add their cards to the Passbook app on their iPhone now to take advantage of wireless payments in more than 250,000 retail stores.

New Apple Watch ads focus on fitness, travel and music

New Apple Watch ads focus on fitness, travel and music

Apple this week rolled out three new ads for Apple Watch, focusing on fitness, travel, and music. The 16-second clips, which end with the tagline “Apps at a tap,” showcase the growing catalog of titles built for Apple Watch, ahead of the introduction of native apps this fall.

Apple seeds OS X El Capitan beta 5 to developers

Apple seeds OS X El Capitan beta 5 to developers

Apple has just released the fifth beta of OS X El Capitan. The beta comes just six days after Apple had released the fourth beta of the OS, which was followed by a public beta release.

Poll: How often do you use Apple Pay?

Poll: How often do you use Apple Pay?

Earlier this month Apple launched Apple Pay in the United Kingdom and also expanded its program in the US to include 35 new banks, credit unions and financial institutions. With the expansion of Apple Pay internationally and its increasing presence domestically in the US, we want to whether you have adopted Apple Pay and, if so, how often do you use the mobile payment service. Do you use it every day? Every week? Or not at all?