Apple has filed for mistrial in the VirnetX patent dispute

Apple has filed for mistrial in the VirnetX patent dispute

VirnetX won’t seem to go away, as far as it relates to Apple, in any case. Following the results of the latest court decision, Apple has taken further steps to put the patent dispute behind it.

Apple is selling the new View-Master virtual reality starter pack online

Apple is selling the new View-Master virtual reality starter pack online

At the beginning of 2015, Mattel confirmed it would be letting iOS users use its new View-Master to check out virtual and augmented reality worlds in the colorful headset.

The Centriphone ‘iPhone video experiment’ is amazing to watch

The Centriphone ‘iPhone video experiment’ is amazing to watch

There are action cameras out there, but the iPhone is usually not one of them. But sometimes you’ve got to break the trends.

Apple’s plans for extended range wireless charging could include working with Energous

Apple’s plans for extended range wireless charging could include working with Energous

Near the end of January, reports surfaced that Apple was developing long-range wireless charging capabilities for future devices. How that might come to pass is starting to take shape.

How to disable contact suggestions found in Mail on your iPhone and iPad

How to disable contact suggestions found in Mail on your iPhone and iPad

I usually do not pick up any phone calls that come from an unknown caller. In fact, with cellphones as most people’s main point of contact, the need to pick up unknown calls is greatly diminished thanks to Contacts and caller ID. But you know what’s more annoying than having to pick up an unknown call? Picking up a phone call and realizing that the caller is not who is actually on the other end of the line. This can happen due to having an incorrect contact name, and sometimes your phone is doing that automatically.

Apple Pay now supported by over 1,000 issuers in the United States

Apple Pay now supported by over 1,000 issuers in the United States

Apple today updated the list of banks, financial institutions and credit issuers that support Apple Pay with 32 new organisations.

Coda adds music progress indicator to the Status bar [Jailbreak Tweak]

Coda adds music progress indicator to the Status bar [Jailbreak Tweak]

Coda is a new beta jailbreak tweak which adds an icon in the Status bar to display the progress for the song.

The tweak displays a circular icon in the Status bar that is animated to reflect the playback progress of the current playing song. As the music is playing on your iPhone, the progress bar of the icon fills with a solid white color to give you an idea of how much more time is left for the song to complete.

New iPhone concept is incredibly cool but highly unlikely

New iPhone concept is incredibly cool but highly unlikely

iPhone concepts are often impractical but fanciful, and the latest is about as unlikely as they get. But it is incredibly cool, with a water-resistant design that’s just 3mm thick, an edge-to-edge display, and a secondary 5-inch screen on its back.

iOS 9 is bricking iPhones that have unofficial components from third-party repairers

iOS 9 is bricking iPhones that have unofficial components from third-party repairers

Getting your iPhone repaired by a third-party is often cheaper than getting it repaired at the Apple Store, and in many cases, you won’t notice the difference. But that’s going to change. With iOS 9, Apple is said to be bricking devices that contain unofficial components.

How to play the hidden chess game inside Facebook Messenger on your iPhone

How to play the hidden chess game inside Facebook Messenger on your iPhone

Facebook Messenger is a great way to stay in touch with friends and family, but did you know that it has an awesome little secret? With just a few simple commands, you can play a built-in chess game that requires no additional apps on iPhone, iPad, and in your browser.