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No, Apple doesn't need to 'open up' to malware fear-mongers

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No, Apple doesn't need to 'open up' to malware fear-mongers

No, Apple doesn't need to 'open up' to malware fear-mongers

Earlier this week the CEO of an anti-virus company wrote a "guest editorial" on a popular technology website, saying it was time for Apple to "open up" and — wait for it — allow anti-virus software on the iPhone and iPad. The premise is self-serving and the headline spit-take inducing, and it's absolutely not worth rewarding negative attention seeking with attention. However, it is important to address the fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) the "guest editorial" is trying to spread.

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3 hours ago

Doctor Who Legacy celebrates its first birthday with lots of plans for new content

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Doctor Who Legacy celebrates its first birthday with lots of plans for new content

Tiny Rebel Games, the developers behind Doctor Who Legacy for iPhone and iPad, are celebrating the game's first anniversary by offering a look at what's coming up next.

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4 hours ago

Best iPhone and iPad apps of the week: Vainglory and more!

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Vainglory for iPad

Best iPhone and iPad apps of the week: Vainglory and more!

It's been another week, and another batch of awesome apps and games are ready for the downloading. We've got a smattering of particularly dark games this week, as well as some top-notch strategy titles. On the app side, there's a bit from Facebook and some apps to help you have fun with images.

Grab your iPhone or iPad and dive into our top ten favorite new iOS apps. As always, sound off in the comments with your favorite new downloads.

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6 hours ago

NSFW: Developers hold the future of Apple Watch in their hands

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NSFW: Developers hold the future of Apple Watch in their hands

NSFW: Developers hold the future of Apple Watch in their hands

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.

I've been running on fewer cylinders than usual this week. A week ago last Thursday I had an operation that I've been planning for a while (gastric bypass surgery, for the curious), so I've spent most of this week recuperating. And by "recuperating," I mean stewing in a Vicodin-induced stupor. So if I'm having trouble mustering the requisite rage for one of my weekly curmudgeon rants, I apologize. This week I'm ruminating on the Apple Watch.

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6 hours ago

Ringtones and text tones gone after updating to iOS 8.1.1? Here's the fix!

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Ringtones and text tones gone after updating to iOS 8.1.1? Here's the fix!

If you upgraded your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8.1.1 only to find that your ringtones or text tones had gone missing, you aren't alone. Unfortunately, this seems to be a common problem around iOS update time. However, there are a few ways you can try and get them back, and even better — something you can do to help prevent lost ringtones and text tones from ever bothering you again!

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7 hours ago

Rene's favorite things: 2014 gift guide

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Rene's favorite things: 2014 gift guide

Rene's favorite things: 2014 gift guide

It's that time of the year again — time for everyone here at iMore to share our favorite things in the hopes it gives you some ideas for both the Black Friday sales and the holiday season. We've already posted the mighty Mobile Nations gift guide, which has something for everyone, but we also wanted to do something more personal. (We are people, after all, and tech alone cannot contain us!) So, whether you're looking for a gift idea, trying to find an excuse to treat yourself, or are simply curious about what all of us here have been using throughout the year, we've got you covered — with a few of our favorite things!

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7 hours ago

Save 39% today on these low-profile hybrid cases for iPhone 6!

Save 39% today on these low-profile hybrid cases for iPhone 6!

Transparent, impact resistant hybrid casing with a durable TPU bumper protects against damage from drops and bumps. For extra protection you'll find a TPU covering over the side buttons, making them easier to press, too! Get yours in black or white today for only $7.95

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20 hours ago

Dell ships UltraSharp 27-inch 5K monitor

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Dell ships UltraSharp 27-inch 5K monitor

Dell is now shipping its previously announced $2,500 UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K Monitor through its online store. The display sports the same 5120 X 2880-pixel Ultra HD resolution that we saw on Apple's recent Retina 5K iMac. However, Dell is pricing its monitor-only solution at the same price as Apple's all-in-one, which includes a full computer running OS X Yosemite.

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21 hours ago

Sprint's offering a serious discount on an iPhone 6 for loyal customers

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Sprint's offering a serious discount on an iPhone 6 for loyal customers

Sprint is offering their loyal customers some fairly substantial discounts for the holidays, including discounted device leasing, free service, and accessory discounts. Of course, it's Sprint defining "loyal" here, though customers that have been deemed worthy of the title have started receiving emails about the offers. Here's what Sprint's offering…

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22 hours ago

Black Friday 2014 Deals

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Black Friday 2014 Deals

The biggest shopping day of the year is fast approaching. They call it Black Friday, the day after American Thanksgiving, and while the origin of the name as the point where retailers' balance books shift from being in the red (running a loss) for the year to black (profit!) is dubious (any business that's losing money for 11 out of 12 months probably won't be around for next year's sales), the day still sees numerous retailers across the country offering substantial deals on a wide range of products.

What follows are our hand-picked best deals for this year's Black Friday sales. We don't believe in recommending sub-par quality products, regardless of if they're a few bucks off on a random day or not. We're only pointing out sales on quality merchandise that we might consider buying if it weren't on sale. But they are on sale, so the deals are yours to take!

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22 hours ago

Call Recorder for FaceTime also records Handoff relay calls

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Call Recorder for FaceTime also records Handoff relay calls

Ecamm's Call Recorder for FaceTime is a Mac app that does what its name implies. The Mac OS X application records both sides of your FaceTime video calls so you can preserve your FaceTime memories. An added benefit with Call Recorder for FaceTime is that it can also handle recording for phone relay calls. This way, if you get a call on your iPhone and answer it via your Mac thanks to the relay feature of iOS and OS X, you can record audio calls that way as well.

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22 hours ago

iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus capable of 4K video playback

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iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus capable of 4K video playback

You may not realize it, but the new Apple A8 processor on the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can handle 4K video playback even though the smaller Apple phone has a native resolution of 1334 X 750 pixels while the larger Plus model has a 1080p Full HD display with 1920 X 1080 pixels. Though you won't get a pixel-for-pixel output on the phones' screens, the A8's ability to handle 4K playback means that users who sideload 4K content would be able to still watch it on their phones.

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1 day ago

Apple's $450 million e-book settlement gains court approval

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Apple's $450 million e-book settlement gains court approval

U.S. District Judge Denise Cote had approved Apple's agreement to settle its case where the iBooks-seller was accused of conspiring with five different publishers to raise e-book pricing for customers. The $450 million settlement had received preliminary approval back in August, and now the judge has fully approved it asking Apple to pay $400 million to as many as 23 million iBooks customers and $50 million to attorneys.

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1 day ago

How to fix the rear iSight camera in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

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How to fix the rear iSight camera in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

How to fix the rear iSight camera in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

If the rear iSight camera on your iPhone either isn't working working at all, or is taking photos that show obvious defects, it's possible that the camera assembly is defective or damaged. Typical symptoms of a broken or defective iSight camera include a blacked out screen, purple or blue blemishes, and lines going through the screen. Which iPhone you have will dictate how difficult is is to do DIY repair. Luckily, we've got the guide you need to get the job done from start to finish!

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1 day ago

iCloud Photo Library web upload comes to public iCloud site

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iCloud Photo Library web upload comes to public iCloud site

Apple has added the ability to upload photos to the iCloud Photo Library through iCloud.com. While this ability was added to the iCloud beta website a couple weeks ago, website uploads are now available for anyone using the iCloud Photo Library beta on their iOS device.

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