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How to choose a cellular data plan with Apple SIM on your iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3

How to choose a cellular data plan with Apple SIM on your iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3

The cellular iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 both have a pretty cool feature that a lot of users are really aware of and that’s Apple SIM. In a nut shell, it’s a SIM card that will allow you to select your carrier from the Settings app so you’re not locked into a specific network.

Record iPhone calls on your Mac with Audio Hijack Pro

Record iPhone calls on your Mac with Audio Hijack Pro

OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 have a new feature called Phone Relay, that lets you take incoming iPhone calls on your Mac, as long as both devices are nearby and signed into the same iCloud account.

Former Android exec calls iPhone 6 ‘the most beautiful smartphone ever built’

Former Android exec calls iPhone 6 ‘the most beautiful smartphone ever built’

The iPhone 6’s physical design received some appreciation today from someone you’d least expect. Former Android Vice President Hugo Barra today called the iPhone 6 “the most beautiful smartphone ever built” at the WSJD conference.

New concept reimagines iPhone Home screen inspired by Apple Watch

New concept reimagines iPhone Home screen inspired by Apple Watch

Although the iPhone and iOS have changed in a lot of aspects since their launch in 2007, one aspect remains the same: the home screen. It has remained a grid of square icons with a dock through each iteration of the iPhone and iOS.

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus get 3X more pre-orders than Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in South Korea

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus get 3X more pre-orders than Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in South Korea

Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus goes on sale in South Korea and 22 other countries this Friday, October 31. So the country’s three biggest mobile carriers including SK Telecom, KT Corp and LG UPlus started accepting pre-orders for the new iPhones began last Friday.

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus midnight launch in India gets unprecedented response

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus midnight launch in India gets unprecedented response

Along with China, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus also went on sale in India on the 17th of October. The two devices launched in India to a good response, with Apple’s authorised resellers opening their stores from 12AM midnight to queues of customers, who wanted to get their hands on the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus before anyone else.

Chinese store selling iPhone 6 offers to make your pant pockets bigger

Chinese store selling iPhone 6 offers to make your pant pockets bigger

When the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were launched last month, the smartphones were put through a pocketability test to see how comfortable carrying the two smartphones were in skinny jeans and otherwise. While the iPhone 6 is pretty much your average sized smartphone with its 4.7-inch display, the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus belongs more to the phablet category and isn’t as easily pocketable.

Fitbit Charge and Fitbit Charge HR photo and specs leak; Caller ID, Heart rate monitor and more

Fitbit Charge and Fitbit Charge HR photo and specs leak; Caller ID, Heart rate monitor and more

Gizmodo has obtained what appears to be full marketing materials for two new Fitbit activity trackers — the Charge and Charge HR — ahead of each device’s respective release. Based on the leak, it appears that the two new wearables will have some interesting features like caller ID and heart rate monitoring that could be paired with an iPhone.

Lenovo’s upcoming Sisley is the latest iPhone 6 knockoff

Lenovo’s upcoming Sisley is the latest iPhone 6 knockoff

Just weeks after Apple launched the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, it appears that at least one competitor has been inspired, to say the least, by the design of the new smartphones. Recently leaked images of Lenovo’s upcoming Sisley smartphone provide a first look at what appears to be the latest iPhone 6 clone, with more than a few similarities.

Flight Attendants Union challenges FAA over in-flight usage of mobile devices

Flight Attendants Union challenges FAA over in-flight usage of mobile devices

Last year, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration changed its guidelines to allow for expanded usage of personal electronic devices like smartphones and tablets during the takeoff and landing phases of flights. According to the Associated Press, that decision hasn’t sat well with the largest flight attendants union in the United States.