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Monday, January 26, 2015

iPhones come with a cable that can connect your phone to your PC or Mac, but you don’t actually have to use it for that. You don’t even have to use the cable for charging if you buy into wireless charging (or just get a dock). The wireless, cable-free future isn’t quite here yet, but we’re not too far off.

Read more www.howtogeek.com


Sunday, January 25, 2015

When Apple introduced Touch ID with iPhone 5s, it was mere synonymous with the protection of iPhone. However, a good many Touch ID-based Cydia tweaks have significantly improved its profile. As a result, it seems to have assumed some defining features such as protecting apps, folders, toggles and a lot more.

Read more www.igeeksblog.com



Photos & Videos routinely show up in the top two to three apps when it comes to how much storage space is being used on my iPhone. If you happen to have purchased a phone with the least amount of storage (16 GB or less), this can quickly become an ongoing struggle between the memories you already have experienced and the ones that are yet to come.

Read more gigaom.com



Filmmaker Sean Baker (Four Letter Words, Take Out, Prince of Broadway, Starlet) premiered his new film Tangerine at the Library theater Friday at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. A Q&A followed the screening during which Baker revealed that the film was shot entirely using three iPhone 5S phones.

Read more www.slashfilm.com


Friday, January 23, 2015

Update: Taig jailbreak team has released iOS 8.1.1 and iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak tool that can jailbreak iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, 5, 5c, 4s, all iPads and iPod touch 5 both on iOS 8.1.1 and iOS 8.1.2. You can read more about release here.

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Music streaming platform Spotify has today introduced a new feature that it says allows iOS users to listen to song previews and build playlists in a far more convenient way. Fittingly dubbed Touch Preview, the feature lets you simply hold your finger down on any track to get a short snippet – dragging your finger onto another song starts a new track.

Read more thenextweb.com



Evernote is great, but it’s not exactly the most minimal, easy to use app on iOS. That said, you can use Drafts, another app in the App Store, to do a lot more with Evernote. Evernote Essentials author Brett Kelley shows off a bunch of tricks for integrating the two apps together for a better experience.

tips for Evernote and iOS

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Although Apple has said that the Apple Watch will need to be charged nightly, the company has not disclosed any details on how long the wearable’s battery will last. For the first time, people with knowledge of the Apple Watch’s development have provided us with the specific performance targets Apple wants to achieve for the Apple Watch battery, but the actual numbers may fall short of those targets.

Apple WATCH (c) Apple Inc.

Read more 9to5mac.com


Thursday, January 22, 2015

Smartphones with dual displays have never really take off but one new iPhone case is hoping to change that. The popSLATE case is a very clever new accessory that you can attach to your iPhone to give yourself a smaller black-and-white rear display on the back of the device. The case itself features a microcontroller, on-board memory and a dual-mode Bluetooth chip, so it’s like another mobile device in and of itself.

dual-screen iPhone 6 case Popslate

Read more www.yahoo.com


Wednesday, January 21, 2015

The best database you can buy for the Mac or iOS is Filemaker Pro—if by “best,” you mean the most powerful. It’s also comparatively easy to use, at least when what you’re comparing it with is Microsoft Access for Windows. But even so, there is a market for a database that is so simple even non-technical users can get a benefit from it.

Read more www.macnn.com



Now that Siri can identify songs that are playing, similar to the Shazam app service, you’ll probably appreciate knowing that you can easily go back and see a list of songs that Siri has found and detected. This is great since it basically keeps a running tab of what music you asked your iPhone to identify, making it easy to view that list of songs so that you can either listen to them again or buy them through the iTunes music store.

Read more osxdaily.com



The iPhone has secret spyware that lets governments watch users without their knowledge, according to Edward Snowden. The NSA whistleblower doesn’t use a phone because of the secret software, which Snowden’s lawyer says can be remotely activated to watch the user.

Read more www.independent.co.uk



If you are an Apple developer you’d better make sure that starting February 1, your apps submitted to the Apple App Store include 64-bit support and that they’re built with the iOS 8 SDK. Apple has released yet another warning (probably the last one) on its Developer page, reminding all app builders that the deadline, February 1, is just around the corner.

Read more pocketnow.com



Apple could be looking to change the way we play mobile games, according to a patent recently published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Originally filed in July 2013, the patent describes a “multi-function input device” that transforms the iPhone’s Home button into a gaming joystick.

Read more www.ign.com


Tuesday, January 20, 2015

By default, all calls on the iPhone will play audio through the standard earpiece at the top of the phone, and if someone wishes to use speakerphone they enable it manually by tapping on the “Speaker” button during an active call. While that may be the desired effect for most users, in various situations some users may wish to receive and make all phone calls with speakerphone activated automatically, without having to manually enable it every time by pressing the Speaker button.

Read more osxdaily.com



We cover iOS and Android apps all the time here on BGR, and the reason is fairly obvious. Smartphones are the single most important gadgets in most of our lives these days, and every new app we install extends a smartphone’s capabilities in any number of new directions. Finding cool new apps is exciting, and that’s why we always do our best to do some of the heavy lifting for you.

music center widget iOS8

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Sunday, January 18, 2015

Most problems with iPhone are fairly simple to explain and resolve, but a somewhat rare outlier is the case of the spontaneous continuously vibrating iPhone. You’ll know it if you encounter it, the iPhone will basically seize up and do nothing but vibrate with a black screen, and the vibrations aren’t even pulsed like a message, it just buzzes nonstop.

Read more osxdaily.com



Apple’s Touch ID is great, when it works. If you’re having some trouble with your iPhone recognizing your fingerprints, it’s time you train it a little more. We already covered how to do the initial iPhone training by trying multiple angles or even registering your finger more than once.

retrain touch-id for more accurate positive results unlocking iOS 8 iPhone 5S, 6 and 6 Plus

Read more lifehacker.com



Apple’s Health app arrived in iOS 8, and it’s now on every up-to-date iPhone. This app appears simple at first glance, but it hides a lot of data and advanced functionality. The Health app is in actually the user-visible face of HealthKit, Apple’s attempt at putting all your health data in one place.

Read more www.howtogeek.com


Saturday, January 17, 2015

I recently walked into my Verizon store intending to clarify some things on my bill. Even though I was due an upgrade, I had no need for a new phone and no intention of getting one. But I am a weak and feeble-minded individual. Five minutes of playing around with the sleek, razor-thin iPhone 6 and my old iPhone 4 was history.

make your own iPod iPhone speaker stand DIY

Read more www.mnn.com


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