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11 hours ago

Best iPhoneography of the week

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Best iPhoneography of the week

Every day, millions of photos are taken around the world, and a good chunk of those are taken on an iPhone. It's no wonder why — the iPhone is super portable, has an amazing iSight camera and an incredibly easy to use Camera app. Combine that with the ability to share photos instantly via Twitter, Instagram and other social networks, and you have the perfect solution for capturing and publishing any moment imaginable. So, each week we're going to scour the social networks for uplifting, inspiring, touching, and all around amazing photos using #iphone #iphoneography #vscocam and similar hashtags and embed the best of what we find. And since iMore has an Instagram account now, if you really want to get our attention and get featured, use #imoregram to make sure we don't miss it. Enjoy!

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11 hours ago

Apple wearables and bringing the iPod into the iOS and iCloud age

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Apple wearables and bringing the iPod into the iOS and iCloud age

Apple wearables and bringing the iPod into the iOS and iCloud age

There's a rumor going around that the iWatch — or whatever Apple ends up calling their wearable line — will have at least one model positioned around the $400 price point. I'll just preface all this by remembering that right before the iPad launched a rumor hit that it would be positioned around the $1000 price point. It shipped starting at $500. Nothing is official until Apple says it is. With that in mind. it's interesting to look at iWatch rumors in relation to Apple's existing line of wearables — the iPod. Those venerable music and multimedia players have had several incarnations that leant themselves to everything from tie clips to wrist watches. Yet their sales have fallen in recent years and their technology is more than outdated. They're pre-post-PC devices. They are not of the iOS and iCloud age. At least not yet...

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13 hours ago

Apple's wearable device could be coming in multiple versions, at least one costing $400

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Apple's wearable device could be coming in multiple versions, at least one costing $400

Apple's long-rumored wearable — the iWatch or whatever they end up calling it — is expected to be announced during the September 9th event alongside the long-rumored iPhone 6. Pricing has thus far remained a mystery but we've speculated that Apple could ultimately want to field a range of devices at a range of price points, similar to what they've done with the iPod lineup in the past. That would let a range of customers have access to HealthKit, HomeKit, the new payment system, and more. Now one of those price-points is rumored to be around $400.

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16 hours ago

How to unsubscribe from notifications for status updates, photos, pages, and more with Facebook for iOS

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How to unsubscribe from notifications for status updates, photos, pages, and more with Facebook for iOS

Ever comment on someone's Facebook status or photo from your iPhone or iPad only to find the Facebook app incessantly bugging you with notifications every time someone else leaves a comment on that particular status or photo? Worse yet, how about page notifications that you don't even remember commenting on or liking? Luckily, there's a way to put Facebook back in its place with just a few taps!

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18 hours ago

Despicable Me: Minion Rush tips, tricks, and cheats

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Despicable Me: Minion Rush tips, tricks, and cheats

Despicable Me: Minion Rush tips, tricks, and cheats

Despicable Me: Minion Rush is highly addicting and if you're anything like me, you've probably spent several hours running your minion through different stages in order to collect bananas, Gru tokens, and fruit. The further you get into the Jelly Labs, the harder the challenges become. Luckily that doesn't mean you need to spend real world money in order to advance. From gift code combinations to using your Gru tokens wisely, here are our top tips, hints, and cheats for advancing in Minion Rush, no real money required!

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19 hours ago

History of iPhone 5s: The most forward thinking iPhone ever

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History of iPhone 5s: The most forward thinking iPhone ever

History of iPhone 5s: The most forward thinking iPhone ever

Leading up to the iPhone 6 event we're updating and expanding our series on the history of the iPhone, continuing with the most forward thinking one ever — the iPhone 5s

Apple's event on September 10, 2013 was unique in their history — they introduced not one but two new phones on stage that day. The first was a re-imagining of the previous year's model in a new, more colorful form. It was the past made present. The second was all about the future. It was, as Phil Schiller called it, the most forward thinking iPhone ever. It was the iPhone 5s.

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19 hours ago

Best iPhone action games without in-app purchases

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Best iPhone action games without in-app purchases

Best iPhone action games without in-app purchases

Skip the IAPs with these outstanding iPhone action games

Are you tired of being nickeled-and-dimed by freemium iPhone games? Had enough of gems and timers and boosts? That's certainly the popular opinion we get when we talk about freemium, so we've rounded up our favorite action games in the App Store that do away with all of that, and provides the absolute maximum of product up-front.

We're focusing on reflex-driven games here. Go ahead, dive in, and let us know what you think of our top ten action iPhone games without IAPs in the comments.

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20 hours ago

Stoic Games' John Watson talks about bringing The Banner Saga to the iPad

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Stoic Games' John Watson talks about bringing The Banner Saga to the iPad

The Banner Saga will be released for touchscreen tablets, including the iPad later this year, but as it turns out, the team at Stoic Games has been planning to bring the game to tablets since its inception. John Watson, co-founder and technical director at Stoic Games, talked with me about the process of bringing The Banner Saga to tablets, along with the always tricky question on how the game will be priced for the iPad, and more.

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21 hours ago

NSFW: The September Apple Event, Kremlinology and blind luck

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NSFW: The September Apple Event, Kremlinology and blind luck

NSFW: The September Apple Event, Kremlinology and blind luck

NSFW is a weekly op-ed column in which I talk about whatever's on my mind. Sometimes it'll have something to do with the technology we cover here on iMore; sometimes it'll be whatever pops into my head. Your questions, comments and observations are welcome.

Apple sent out invitations to journalists to attend a special event in September, ostensibly where the company will announce the iPhone 6. The second the first image of the invite hit the Internet, the Kremlinologists jumped into action to dissect it, trying to attach meaning to whatever they could. And that's about when my head hit the desk in frustration.

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22 hours ago

Super Meat Boy Forever to make a mark on iPhone and iPad in 2015

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Super Meat Boy Forever to make a mark on iPhone and iPad in 2015

Super Meat Boy Forever, an all new game in the critically acclaimed indie platformer series, was announced this week for the iPhone and iPad for a release sometime in 2015.

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