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Unprofessional 85: A Series of Textures Going Into My Face

Unprofessional gives you a glimpse into what the people in technology and entertainment do with the rest of their lives. You know, the parts outside of work. It's funny, it's personal, and most of all, it's immensely human. This was my second time on Unprofessional and I enjoyed the stuffing out of it. So, if you're at all curious about what I do and think beyond iMore and Apple and blogging, give it a listen!

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Rene Ritchie returns to talk to Jaimee and Dave about dating apps, smell-o-vision, and attempting empathy.

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Apple engineer Greg Christie recounts the first iPhone development process

The history of the first iPhone is an interesting tale and no matter who tells it, it often involves some never before heard situations. This time around, it's one of the original iPhone engineers, Greg Christie who was made available to the WSJ ahead of the latest Apple vs. Samsung legal battle to discuss some of the development process behind the original iPhone.

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Facebook goes all in on the Oculus Rift, buys Oculus VR for $2 billion

The Oculus Rift is an amazing piece of technology and the company behind it all, Oculus VR, has become a leader in the immersive virtual reality space with a ton of attention being sent their way and it’s about to increase Oculus has now announced an agreement to be acquired by Facebook.

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On the road to Macworld|iWorld 2014

This is the week that many Mac and iOS fans have been waiting for - Macworld|iWorld 2014 kicks off in San Francisco. The event happens at the Moscone Center - it officially gets underway tomorrow with the MacIT track and workshops, and the doors to the exhibit hall open on Thursday.

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The new HTC One (M8) and the iPhone 5s

If you want an aluminum phone, you've come to the right place. The iPhone is no stranger to metal, of course. (And presumably it'll stay that course with the iPhone 6 later this year.) But today, Android smartphone manufacturer HTC announced its newest flagship with an old name — the HTC One. Like last year's version, this one's also milled from a single piece of aluminum. High-end smartphones, both.

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Happy XIIIth birthday, OS X!

On March 24, 2001, Apple released Mac OS X v10.0. Codenamed "Cheetah," the new Mac operating system represented a radical departure from what came before it. OS X would help to mold Apple into what it's become today and it would also lay the groundwork for the enormous success Apple saw with mobile devices.

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New and updated apps: Trello, Boxer, Republique, and more!

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got updates to a project organizer, an email app, and more.

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Best web browsers for iPad: Google Chrome, Dolphin, Mercury, and more!

Safari comes built right into the iPad and can sync your bookmarks and open tabs over iCloud so you're always up to date, everywhere. But what if you don't use Safari on your phone or your desktop? What if you want more features than Safari provides? What if you just want something different? Well, you're in luck! The App Store has many great browser alternatives to choose from. Here are the very best!

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iMore at Macworld|iWorld 2014: Vector and Iterate coming to you LIVE!

I've just arrived in San Francisco and Peter Cohen will be joining me here in a couple of days. And you know what that means? It's Macworld|iWorld 2014 time! If you're not already familiar with the event, it's the Apple community coming together for the biggest expo, conference, and party of the year. If you love iPhones, iPads, and Macs, it's where you want to be! And for the next week, it's where iMore is going to be with an amazing set of surprise events!

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iPhone 5s review: 6-months later

The iPhone 5s launched roughly 6 months ago. It was greeted by the usual ennui over its unchanged design and un-embiggened screen, and skepticism over the real-world utility of its Touch ID fingerprint identity sensor and 64-bit Apple A7processor. The iSight camera was well received, even though some mourned the lack of optical image stabilization, and the new color option became the butt of late night jokes. Then it launch and Apple once again couldn't keep it on the shelves; it was veritable gold rush.

I published my original iPhone 5s review ten days later. Spoiler: Even though it was similar in so many ways to the iPhone 5, it was also better in many ways that really counted. Since then I've been using my iPhone almost every day, all day, for 6 months. So, has anything ended up being any better or any worse than I first experience? Has any of the hardware broken down or the software improved? Half a year later, how is the iPhone 5s holding up?

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