All Articles by John Callaham

Tim Cook greets the faithful and makes selfies at Palo Alto Apple Store for iPhone 6 launch

Apple CEO Tim Cook showed up this morning at the Palo Alto, California Apple Store location to help launch sales of the iPhone 6 and to meet the folks who stood in line to buy the new device.

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Some folks are making a quick buck today by reselling their iPhone 6 in China

Apple won't be selling the iPhone 6 officially in China for a while, but that gives some buyers of the smartphone today the opportunity to make a quick profit by reselling the phone in that country.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus retail sales begin in the US

It's after 8 am Eastern time in the United States, and that means that retail sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have now started on the eastern seaboard at Apple Stores and various other locations.

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iPhone 6 get the teardown treatment like its big brother

On Thursday night, iFixit tore down the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus and now the same team has put the same treatment to its smaller brother, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.

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Yes, Stephen Colbert did get an iPhone 6 Plus before you did

Long time Apple fan Stephen Colbert managed to get the iPhone 6 Plus before nearly anyone else in the US, and showed it off on Thursday's night episode of his talk show The Colbert Report.

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Phones4u iPhone 6 pre-orders on EE's network can still get their phones

The shutdown of UK retailer Phones 4U a few days ago has caused people who have pre-ordered the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to wonder if they might miss out on getting them on Friday. Now EE has revealed that Phones 4u customers who have pre-ordered the iPhone 6 devices for use on EE's network might still be able to get their phone tomorrow.

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Storehouse brings gorgeous, easy visual storytelling to iPhone

Storehouse, the acclaimed multimedia creation app for the iPad, has now been updated to not only support iOS 8 but allows access to iPhone owners for the first time.

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CNN iPhone app gets a revamped design for iOS 8

The CNN news app for the iPhone has now been updated with a new design that supports iOS 8, including an new landscape mode that takes advantage of the larger screens available for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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New View Source iOS 8 app lets Safari users check out source code in websites

The launch of iOS 8 is inspiring some app developers to do some cool things. One of them is Paul Hudson who has just released an app called View Source that allows Safari users to finally check out the source code for websites.

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Belkin's WeMo Smart LED Bulbs now on sale in US and Canada

Belkin has announced that its WeMo Smart LED Bulbs, which can be controlled by an iOS app, are now on sale in the US and Canada, both as individual bulbs as well as in a Starter Kit that includes a WeMo Link which can control up to 50 of those lights.

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Epic Games releases Unreal Engine 4-based Epic Zen Garden demo for iOS 8

Epic Games has released its Epic Zen Garden demo for iOS 8 users, a few months after the game developer showed off the Unreal Engine 4-based graphics demonstration at WWDC 2014 in June.

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Local Australian celebrities to help launch iPhone 6 in a few hours

Australia will be the first place in the world to begin selling the iPhone 6 and a number of local celebrities will help out to launch Apple's latest smartphones which will happen in just a few more hours.

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Tim Cook posts open letter on privacy, Apple updates policies for iOS 8

Apple has just posted some updated privacy policies that were changed due to the launch of iOS 8. The changes were accompanied by a letter written by Apple CEO Tim Cook.

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Chromecast support added for Slingbox owners on iPhone and iPad

Chromecast owners who also have a Slingbox connected to their television should be happy today as Sling Media announced today it has added support to Google's HDMI dongle for the iPhone and iPad.

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Instapaper for iPhone and iPad updated for iOS 8 with share support and more

The content saving and sharing app Instapaper got a big update for the iPhone and iPad today that includes new support for iOS 8, including saving content from any app that supports the iOS system share sheet.

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Facebook iPhone and iPad app will get improved content sharing features for iOS 8

Facebook released a new, but small, update for its iPhone and iPad app today, but in a new blog post it outlined some features it plans to add to the app "in the coming weeks" that will support iOS 8.

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iOS 8 compatibility issue fixed for Dropbox and Carousel apps with new update

New updates have now been released for the Dropbox and Carousel apps to fix an issue in iOS 8 that was preventing those apps from automatically backing up photos and videos.

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Evernote for iPhone and iPad updated with iOS 8 support and more new features

Evernote joins with many major iPhone and iPad apps with a major update today that adds a number of features to the note taking app, including support for iOS 8, web clipping, a way to unlock the app via Touch ID and more.

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Verizon Wireless: We won't support Wi-Fi calling until mid-2015

A Verizon Wireless executive stated this week that the company won't be adding support for Wi-Fi calling for its smartphones until sometime in mid-2015, stating that it will take "some technological work in our network to make it available." That means Verizon subscribers who get the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on Friday won't be able to use its native Wi-Fi calling features on the network for several more months at least.

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Beach Buggy Racing now ready to tear up the track on iPhone and iPad

Developer Vector Unit has just launched its newest mobile game, Beach Buggy Racing, for the iPhone and iPad, a few months after it was first announced in June.

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