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Camera+ update lets you save higher quality photos, brings auto front-facing camera flash

One of our favorite camera apps for the iPhone has received an update to deliver better image quality. Camera+ has now been updated to version 6.1 and allows discerning users to save images with lossless compression in the TIFF file format to retain better image details and have a higher quality photo as a result. The trade-off with saving a TIFF file, compared to a traditional JPEG, is that the TIFF format will consume more storage space on your phone.

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Wells Fargo doles out up to $20 credit for using its cards with Apple Pay

Do you need more incentive to hop on the Apple Pay bandwagon? Well you're in luck if you're a Wells Fargo customer. The bank is currently running a promotion by which customers who use their credit card with Apple Pay will receive $20. Those who opt to use their Wells Fargo debit card won't be left out, as they will also score a slightly smaller $10.

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Alpine announces its first aftermarket CarPlay system

Alpine has announced a new in-dash system built with CarPlay in mind, the iLX-007. The unit is Alpine's first CarPlay-compatible display. In addition to CarPlay, the iLX-007 will also connect to the Alpine TuneIt app, along with car rear camera systems.

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Apple reportedly looking to use iPhone NFC for keycards, transit tickets

Apple is reportedly looking into uses for NFC beyond Apple Pay. Apple is apparently looking into expanding the utility of the NFC found in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus into areas like keycards and transit tickets. They are also supposedly in early talks with some companies.

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Fitbit announces new Charge trackers and Surge fitness 'superwatch'

Fitbit has announced three new fitness wearables today, the Charge, Charge HR, and Surge. All three devices will track your steps, sleep and more. The Charge is available today, while the Charge HR and Surge will both be available in early 2015.

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T-Mobile CEO John Legere takes to Twitter to help clear up Apple SIM confusion

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has taken to Twitter to explain how the recently announced Apple SIM works in the new iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2, highlighting how competitors continue to make it difficult for customers to switch operators.

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Brookstone reveals more about Fitbit Surge fitness watch, works with iOS and Mac

A few days after leaked documents about the upcoming Fitbit Surge wearable device hit the Internet, the Brookstone website has decided to go ahead and post up their pre-order page for the product ahead of Fitbit's official announcement.

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Rite Aid drops support for Apple Pay, reportedly working on competing platform

Rite Aid pharmacy has mentioned that it is dropping support for Apple Pay across all 4,600 stores in the US. The drug store chain seemingly accepted the NFC-based payment solution when it debuted earlier this month, but subsequently pulled support earlier this week.

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Lenovo's website lists iPhone-compatible Smartband SW-B100

Lenovo's foray into the world of wearable devices is set to commence with the Smartband SW-B100, which is now listed on the manufacturer's official website. The fitness tracker was seen making its way to the FCC earlier the month, which revealed a rectangular display.

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That new multi-carrier SIM card in the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 will lock to AT&T after activation

While the introduction of what amounts to a universal SIM card in the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 brought on celebration of an impending future of easier carrier switching with just one SIM, we're only halfway there. Not only does the SIM not support Verizon, but if you try to activate it on AT&T, it will lock the SIM to that carrier.

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