iOS Devices

New report predicts smaller tablets will lose ground to large smartphones

A new report from NPD DisplaySearch predicts that shipments of tablets that are between 7 to 7.9 inches in size, such as the iPad mini, will begin to lose market share compared to larger tablet products, thanks in part to competition from larger smartphones.

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Vimeo updates Apple TV app with easier navigation, Vimeo On Demand trailers

Vimeo has updated their app for the Apple TV, simplifying navigation and adding trailers Vimeo On Demand, among other new features. The app will update on your Apple TV automatically.

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Samsung's latest ad shows just how irresistible the iPhone truly is

I'm not sure what Samsung was thinking with their latest Galaxy S5 ad. They're once again desperately, cynically trying to call iPhone owners stupid for, what they feel, is having fallen for a reality distortion field that favors fruit logos over functionality. You. Me. Our friends. Our families. All of us. Stupid. But do you know what I see? An airport full of people, the vast, vast majority of whom are iPhone users and who value their iPhones so much they can't stop using them, even if they have to stay plugged in, hugging the walls, just to keep on using them. That's a pretty spectacular endorsement for a competitor.

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Samsung's latest Galaxy S5 ad pokes fun at iPhone battery

Samsung's latest Galaxy S5 ad takes square aim at iPhone users, particularly as they're huddled around the few wall outlets scattered around an airport. Meanwhile, smug S5 owners can switch on ultra power saving mode or pop in an extra battery pack.

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Mophie taking pre-orders for 64GB version of iPhone5/5s Space Pack

Mophie is now taking pre-orders for a 64GB version of its Space Pack for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s, which not only adds more battery life to the smartphone but more storage space as well.

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Apple knocks $25 off of maximum iPhone trade-in value

Now the most credit you can get for trading in your old iPhone to Apple is $225, which is down from $250, or $270 in Canada. The change is currently shown on Canadian retail store pages and U.S. sites, but expect the change to be happening elsewhere in the world too.

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AppleCare+ purchase window extended to 60 days for iPhone and iPad

Apple is reportedly increasing the amount of time buyers of its iPhone and iPad products can take before choosing whether or not to purchase its $99 AppleCare+ extended support from 30 days to 60 days.

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16GB iPod touch now available worldwide

Apple has now pulled the trigger on sales of the new 16GB iPod touch outside the United States, with the iOS device now available to purchase worldwide via the company's online stores.

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Apple TV 6.2 update released

Apple has released yet another update today, this one for the Apple TV. This update is Apple TV software version 6.2, and appears to contain no major changes at this time. It is likely a release focused on fixing bugs.

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Happy 7th birthday, iPhone!

On June 29, 2007 people were lining up in droves outside Apple Stores to be among the first to own a wide-screen iPod, a revolutionary phone, and a breakthrough internet communicator. To own an iPhone.

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