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Everything you need to know about Apple’s new 5.5-inch iPhone 6

Apple unveiled the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus at a special event on September 9th.

iPhone 6 comes with a 4.7-inch Retina HD Display with 1334 x 750 resolution and pixel density of 326 pixels-per-inch (ppi). iPhone 6 also sports an all-new ultra thin design with rounded edges. It is powered by Apple’s new A8 chip which is 25% faster and 50% more power efficient than the A7 chip used in the iPhone 5s, and also includes the next generation M8 motion coprocessor.

iPhone 6’s  iSight camera has a new sensor with Focus Pixels and new video features like 1080p HD at 60fps, slo-mo at 240 fps, and time lapse mode introduced in iOS 8.

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus go on sale in the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore and the UK next Friday, September 19, and customers will be able to pre-order both the models beginning on Friday, September 12.

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Apple hit with class action lawsuit over ‘Error 53’ iPhone bricking

Apple hit with class action lawsuit over ‘Error 53’ iPhone bricking

Law firm PCVA has followed through with its class action lawsuit against Apple for bricking iPhones via “Error 53.”

Inputting a certain date on your iPhone can reportedly brick it

Inputting a certain date on your iPhone can reportedly brick it

For any particular reason that you might need to head into Settings and change the date and time on your iOS device, it’s good to keep note of the dates that could potentially brick your device.

Lawyers considering class-action lawsuit against Apple over ‘Error 53’

Lawyers considering class-action lawsuit against Apple over ‘Error 53’

Apple has a thing for security, and, as is the case with anything with Apple, they’ve got their own outlook on what that means. Even if it means bricking devices.

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.

Apple will launch a new trade-in program for broken iPhones, and new screen protector installation option

Apple will launch a new trade-in program for broken iPhones, and new screen protector installation option

Apple has programs for a variety of different things, including trade-in options, and now it sounds like things might be expanding.

Almost one-third of iPhone owners still use a 4-inch screen

Almost one-third of iPhone owners still use a 4-inch screen

There are a lot of people out there that are still using a 4-inch iPhone, according to the latest data from Mixpanel.

In Shenzhen, you can upgrade your 16GB iPhone to 128GB for around $60

In Shenzhen, you can upgrade your 16GB iPhone to 128GB for around $60

Just like anything else from Apple, the company has a set view on just how much storage you should have in your iPhone, accompanied by a set price tag. But there’s usually a workaround.

I really hope Apple brings the dual-camera system to the iPhone 7, not just the iPhone 7 Plus

I really hope Apple brings the dual-camera system to the iPhone 7, not just the iPhone 7 Plus

The iPhone 7 Plus might have a big advantage in the camera department when compared to the iPhone 7. But is that a good thing?

Buy one iPhone and get another half off in T-Mobile’s latest promotion

Buy one iPhone and get another half off in T-Mobile’s latest promotion

A lot can be said about T-Mobile, the “Un-carrier,” and one of those things is that the Magenta carrier does like to make sure its subscribers can get phones they want. One way to do that is to offer a half off approach.

iOS 9.3 beta 1 vs. iOS 9.2 speed test

iOS 9.3 beta 1 vs. iOS 9.2 speed test

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 beta brings a number of nice new features to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, including Night Shift mode, Touch ID lock for Notes, CarPlay improvements, and more. But is it any faster? Not according to these speed tests.