iOS Devices

The new M8 Motion coprocessor will bring low-power awareness to the new iPhones

Phil Schiller showed everyone a little bit of how some of the magic happens with Apple's new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus — via a low power M8 Motion coprocessor. Used with the new A8 chip, the M8 is a smart piece of silicon that provides information from the outside world, and passes it off to your new iPhone so it can be processed and presented to the user.

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iPhone 6 will have better and faster support for LTE wireless networks

Apple will offer better support for LTE networks with the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, including support for download speeds as fast as 150mbps.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus get healthy battery life bumps over iPhone 5s

Battery life is always a hot topic whenever a new iPhone hits the market and with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus you're going to be seeing a decent increase in how long you'll be getting, according to Apple. The added size of the iPhone 6 Plus will lead to the most dramatic increase but even the smaller – yet still bigger – iPhone 6 will see better battery life in certain places.

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iOS goes horizontal with the screen made for iPhone 6

Apple will give iPhone owners more horizontal space to work with on the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 models and iOSwill take advantage of that extra space with changes to the user interface.

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Apple makes the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus official!

After months of leaks, rumors and speculation, Apple has today made the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus official at its special event in Cupertino, California. Announced on stage by Apple's Tim Cook, the iPhone 6 is the latest iteration in the iPhone series and for only the second time in its history it's getting bigger - twice!

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Apple Events channel now live on Apple TV for iPhone 6 launch

Just in time for today's iPhone 6 event out in Cupertino, Apple has restored the Apple Events Apple TV channel. With it you'll be able to watch today's event on the biggest screen you own from 10 a.m. PDT when things get underway.

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How to follow today's iPhone 6 event live

It's finally here, iPhone 6 event day is with us. It's one of the biggest days in all of the tech world and there are millions and millions of eager iPhone fans around the world waiting oh so (im)patiently for Apple to kick things off in Cupertino. iMore will be there with Rene Ritchie live on location at the Flint Center, but for the rest of us there are thankfully a bunch of ways to follow the action live!

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Microsoft said to be adding share extension support to OneNote for iOS 8

It looks like Microsoft could support share extensions in its OneNote app after the release of iOS 8. The extension would allow users to save websites, attachments, and more to their OneNote notebook using the standard iOS share sheet. An apparently leaked Microsoft video details the extension, which would be available to anyone who has the OneNote app installed on a device running iOS 8. From MacRumors:

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iPhone 5 and iPad 2 are still the most-used iOS devices

Apple's last-generation iPhone 5 and second-generation three-year-old iPad 2 are still Apple's most popular devices sold. The news comes courtesy of app analytics firm Localytics, whose numbers show the iPhone 5 with a slim 27% lead over the iPhone 5s at 25%, while the iPad 2 sits at 29% over the next-closest iPad Mini at 20%.

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Apple sends email notifications when users sign into iCloud.com

Apple has added a new layer of security to iCloud, notifying users when someone logs into iCloud.com using their email address and password. When you log in to the site, Apple will send you an email notifying you that someone has your credentials have been used on iCloud.com, and instructing you either to ignore the email if you did this yourself, or what steps to take if you didn't.

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