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iPad mini 4 review

Last year Apple updated the iPad Air 2 with the convenience of Touch ID, the clarity of a laminated display, and the power of the A8X chipset. The iPad mini 3 only scored the first of the three. This year the iPad mini 4 gets the rest of the way there. Almost. It sports an A8 instead of an A8X, but the display is every bit as stunning, and the radios faster than ever. Also, thanks to iOS 9, it can do full-on Split View multitasking.

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watchOS 2 review

The first version of watchOS shipped less than five months ago, same day as the Apple Watch itself, and now we're already getting watchOS 2. That it's not been a full year like iOS and OS X updates should tell you a lot about it's purpose: to round out and fully realize the original Apple Watch experience. So, given the rapidity with which it's being released, how far does watchOS 2 take us?

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Karma Go mobile hotspot review

We loved the flexibility and business model of the original Karma for those who only need a hotspot from time to time, but it was hamstrung by Sprint's aging WiMax network. After a little stumble, the new Karma Go is here with better hardware, the same great usage model and yes, a proper LTE network behind it.

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Get iMore's iOS 9 and watchOS 2 reviews on the iBookstore!

Hey, iMore! In case you hadn't heard, Apple's in the process of putting out a couple major software updates: iOS 9 dropped on Wednesday, and watchOS 2 is coming very soon. Rene's written massive reviews for each of these new operating systems, and while you can read them online, we thought it'd be nicer to provide a slightly more bookmark-friendly viewing experience. So we made a $1.99 ebook for the iBookstore!

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Soundpeats Qy7: Work out to wireless music without spending a bundle

I started shopping for Bluetooth earbuds. I'm on a tight budget, so the inexpensive Soundpeats Qy7 caught my eye. I picked them up on Amazon for $29.99 and have been running with them for a couple of weeks now. They sound great and can't be beaten for the price.

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Jawbone UP3 review: Tracking your way to better health

The latest Jawbone tracker ups the ante on their previous generation with new heart rate monitoring sensors. The app is as great as ever, and plugs into plenty of other services, but is it enough to get one in addition to (or instead of) an Apple Watch?

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Apple Watch: A brilliant addition to my life

I knew I wanted an Apple Watch since I first saw it announced it last September. My son has told the story already, but when he called me to tell me he was flying home from the event, I told him I was replaying the video again, and already figuring out which one I wanted and how I was going to use it. Little did I know just how much!

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iPod touch 2015 review

This isn't the next generation of iPod touch: It's still the same general design Apple introduced back in 2012. Gone is the old 32-bit Apple A5 chipset; in its place is the scorching fast Apple A8. Gone also is the old 5-megapixel iSight camera, replaced with a much better 8-megapixel iSight. There's also a better front-facing FaceTime camera, faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and a fresh exterior finish. But is it enough?

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BioLite NanoGrid: Outdoor lighting with spare juice for your iPhone

If you're heading out camping this summer, you may want to check out one of BioLite's newer products, the NanoGrid. It offers a backup battery for your iPhone and iPad with a full spectrum of lighting utilities.

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Sena Heritage Commuter bag review

Carry up to a 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro in high style with this designer leather bag.

Sena makes gorgeous leather cases for the iPhone, and their expertise extends to full-on bags, too. The Heritage Commuter is a leather-clad carrier designed to accommodate up to a 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, but literally every other laptop Mac currently in production will fit inside too, with plenty of room to spare.

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