iOS 8.1.1 to Make iPhones Run Faster

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It’s no secret that iOS 8 is not “friendly” to users with older iPhones. Older iPads have the same issue. Then there was the snafu about the update which was quickly recalled by Apple. There is good news – and hope – for users with the older models, as Forbes reports that a new iOS Read more…

3 iPhone 6 Accessories for the Fitness Buff

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So you have the new iPhone, and you’re worried about bending, dropping, or scratching it. You run regularly, or go to the gym daily. Of course you’re going to be concerned about sweat and dirt ruining your phone! The good news is that iPhone accessory makers are always quick on the ball. Even before a Read more…

To the iPhone 6 Detractors: 4 Reasons Your Argument Is Invalid 

To the iPhone 6 Detractors: 4 Reasons Your Argument Is Invalid 
Editor’s note: This post was written by Jim Burch, born and raised near St. Louis. Jim developed an obsession for baseball and the Cardinals. College days brought him south to Kentucky, where he studied creative writing and journalism while working as an editor for the Murray State News. These days, he writes diverse and his specialties Read more…

How to Install iOS 8 When Your Device is Low on Storage

How to Install iOS 8 When Your Device is Low on Storage
When Apple released iOS 5 back in 2011 it added the incredibly useful ability of OTA (over the air) updates. That meant that you no longer needed to connect your device to a computer to install the latest software upgrades, as they could be downloaded and installed directly on the device itself. For many of Read more…

How Apple Pay Will Work, and How It Will Change Your Life

How Apple Pay Will Work, and How It Will Change Your Life
When Apple unveiled the iPhone 6, and gave us our first glimpse of the Apple Watch, last month, they also took the wraps off a new service called Apple Pay. A digital wallet of sorts, Apple Pay promises to revolutionize the way we make purchases, while also providing a level of security that hasn’t been Read more…

Beware: The iPhone 6 Yanks Hair Out

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Oh, this one’s precious. The BendGate issue has barely died down, and now we’re hearing complaints from some iPhone users that their iPhone 6 and/or iPhone 6 Plus is yanking out their hair and/or beard. OUCH! This hair yanking issue with the new iPhones was raised in an article in the 9to5Mac community, where the Read more…

Apple: Sorry About iOS 8 Update Glitches

Apple: Sorry About iOS 8 Update Glitches
Yesterday, we reported that Apple was getting ready for the iOS 8 update to iOS 8.0.1, and indeed, they released it. While many perhaps were expectant that the iOS 8 update would make the performance of their iPhones better, the result was quite the opposite. Source Instead of being satisfied, many iPhone 6 users who Read more…

Apple Promises to Keep User Data Secure and Out of the Government’s Reach

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Data security has been one of the biggest issues in the past years, especially with all the information about the government spying on people via tech and requisitioning obtaining user data from companies such as Apple, Google, and Facebook. Source With the latest iOS update, Apple promises to keep user data secure and out of Read more…

The Truth About 9:41 or 9:42 Displayed on iOS Devices

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Have you ever wondered why iPhones and iPads always have 9:41 or 9:42 as the displayed time in advertising material? Take the iPhone 6 displayed on Apple’s home page. And also look at the iPads. Source If you’ve been following each keynote ever since Steve Jobs first introduced the iPhone, then you probably already know Read more…

Will the Smartphone Kill Switch Mean Fewer Stolen iPhones?

Will the Smartphone Kill Switch Mean Fewer Stolen iPhones?
A newly signed bill in California is taking the act of smartphone theft seriously. In this bill is the requirement that any smartphone sold in the state must have antitheft technology installed into it. Originally introduced in February of this year, SB-692 requires smartphones to have a “kill switch” that can be either hardware or Read more…