These are the 6 Apps featured in Apple’s new ‘Powerful’ iPhone 5s TV ad

These are the 6 Apps featured in Apple’s new ‘Powerful’ iPhone 5s TV ad

Apple aired a new iPhone 5s TV ad last night called ‘Powerful.’

The ad tries to convey the message that “with the iPhone 5s, you’re more powerful than you think” by showcasing some of the things users can do with their iPhone such as creating music, playing games on a giant screen, tracking their health, taking photos and recording videos.

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Apple fixes FaceTime connection issue on OS X; but FaceTime still not working on iOS 6

Apple fixes FaceTime connection issue on OS X; but FaceTime still not working on iOS 6

Last night Apple released an update for FaceTime for OS X [iTunes link] to fix the connection issue that users have been facing with FaceTime for almost a week.

Apple is recommending all users of FaceTime on OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard to install the update.

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Sprint to make all devices domestically unlockable from February 11, 2015

Sprint to make all devices domestically unlockable from February 11, 2015

Sprint has updated its unlocking policy, which now states that it will make all devices launched after February 11, 2015 unlockable so that they can be used on other domestic networks such as AT&T or T-Mobile.

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Apple airs new iPhone 5s TV ad ‘Powerful’

Apple airs new iPhone 5s TV ad ‘Powerful’

Apple has started airing a new iPhone 5s ad called “Gigantic” on ABC today.

The ad showcases some of the things users can do with their iPhone such as creating music, playing games on a giant screen, tracking their health, taking photos and recording videos.

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Google to pay part of Samsung’s legal fees in Apple patent infringement trial

Google to pay part of Samsung’s legal fees in Apple patent infringement trial

A Google lawyer confirmed on Tuesday that the company will assume some of Samsung’s legal fees and will cover damage awards if the Korean company should lose in its infringement lawsuit with Apple, reports Re/Code.

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AudioExplorer+ Lets You Browse and Import Audio Files Hidden on Your Device

AudioExplorer+ Lets You Browse and Import Audio Files Hidden on Your Device

Unlike, many of the Cydia offerings we cover here at iPhoneHacks, a new tweak by the name of AudioExplorer+ is actually its own standalone app. It can’t be offered on the App Store because it needs to search the filesystem of your device, so the developer launched the app on the Cydia store to bring it to jailbroken iOS users. AudioExplorer+ has been around for along time, but a recent update to the powerful audio file-finding app recently landed adding a wide variety of new features.

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Apple fixes Heartbleed flaw in its Airport Base Stations

Apple fixes Heartbleed flaw in its Airport Base Stations

Along with its iOS and OS X updates, Apple today also released a patch for its 2013 AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule models, reports Macworld. The firmware update fixes the Heartbleed OpesSSL flaw that was discovered earlier this month and affects both websites and internet hardware like Apple’s most recent AirPort Base Station models.

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iOS 7.1.1 App Store adds “In-App Purchase” label to freemium apps

iOS 7.1.1 App Store adds “In-App Purchase” label to freemium apps

Earlier today, Apple released iOS 7.1.1 to the public with a handful of bug fixes, security enhancements and overall performance enhancements. Apple also made a few minor changes to the iOS App Store that make it clear which paid or freemium apps include in-app purchases, reports MacRumors.

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Apple opens up OS X Beta Seed program to the public

Apple opens up OS X Beta Seed program to the public

Apple today opened its OS X Beta Seed program to the public. Starting now, anyone with an Apple ID can apply to join the program as long as they meet the minimum hardware requirements. Recently, this program was only available to developers who had a valid OS X developer account.

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You can now trade-in your iPad at an Apple Store

You can now trade-in your iPad at an Apple Store

Apple today expanded its Reuse & Recycling trade-in program in US and Canada to include iPads. Starting today, Apple Stores will start accepting iPad trade-ins, letting customers receive discounts towards the purchase of a new product.

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