iOS 8 Preview: Photos, Camera and Image Editing

iOS 8 Preview: Photos, Camera and Image Editing

iOS 8 adds a number of features to the Photos and Camera app, including better photo management and organisation, editing, an all-new search feature, improved iCloud backups and much more. Read on to find out more about these features.

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Apple planning changes to Apple Stores and Genius Bar appointments

Apple planning changes to Apple Stores and Genius Bar appointments

Apple is planing a number of changes to Apple Stores, including changes to how Genius Bar appointments are made, as well as training employees for a major new initiative.

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The Best Tweaks of the Week [July 21 - July 27]

The Best Tweaks of the Week [July 21 - July 27]

Today we have another installment of the best tweaks of the week. This month has been pretty abundant with tweaks and this past week was no exception. We have 7 new tweaks that you need to check out. So let’s go ahead and get started!

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Smart Search takes Spotlight search on iPhone to a whole new level [Jailbreak Tweak]

Smart Search takes Spotlight search on iPhone to a whole new level [Jailbreak Tweak]

The highly-anticipated jailbreak tweak Smart Search has been released on Cydia for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, greatly enhancing the functionality of Spotlight search on jailbroken devices by allowing you to search from several additional sources. Read ahead for a detailed overview of the tweak in action.

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Verizon to begin throttling heavy 4G LTE data users on October 1st

Verizon to begin throttling heavy 4G LTE data users on October 1st

Verizon has been attempting to lure customers that still have grandfathered unlimited data plans onto its tiered data plans for several years, but some have refused to take the bait. The carrier will take things one step further this fall, as it begins throttling unlimited 4G LTE data users when its network is experiencing high usage. 

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iPhone 6 rumored to have NFC and faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi as leaked photos of alleged Logic Board surface

iPhone 6 rumored to have NFC and faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi as leaked photos of alleged Logic Board surface

The latest leaked photos for the oft-rumored iPhone 6 have hit the web this weekend, this time showing what could be the logic board for the upcoming smartphone. According to French website Nowhereelse.fr, the source of these leaked photos, the iPhone 6 could have NFC and faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi. 

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Wallpaper Weekend: 5 Car-Themed Wallpapers for iPhone

Wallpaper Weekend: 5 Car-Themed Wallpapers for iPhone

We know that finding well-designed iPhone and iPad wallpapers can be a challenge sometimes, which is why we now extend our Wallpaper Wednesday series with this Wallpaper Weekend roundup. We now bring you the best wallpapers for iPhone and iPad on both Wednesdays and on weekends. Take a look at this iPhone edition ahead, featuring Lamborghini and Ferrari wallpapers.

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Apple reportedly acquires BookLamp, for somewhere between $10 and $15 million

Apple reportedly acquires BookLamp, for somewhere between $10 and $15 million

Apple recently announced their third quarterly earnings, and in the process revealed that they had acquired 29 companies since fiscal 2013. Five of them had been picked up in the first half of 2014, with Beats Electronics being the most obvious purchase. Now, it looks like we’ve found out one of those five.

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Download the best paid iOS apps for free for a limited time (July 25)

Download the best paid iOS apps for free for a limited time (July 25)

We have some great apps for you today that have gone free for a short duration on the App Store, including True Skate, Lex, Counters and more.

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Cellphone unlocking bill approved by House of Representatives, now moves to receive President’s signature

Cellphone unlocking bill approved by House of Representatives, now moves to receive President’s signature

In 2013, it was made illegal to unlock smartphones and tablets, which brought on cries of disdain from many Thankfully, some individuals in the government decided to take up the charge on settings things right, and now it looks like the process is one step away from completion. And success.

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