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1 week ago

Which Apple Watch band should you get?

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Which Apple Watch band should you get?

Bands, loops, classic and modern buckles, or link bracelets — the Apple Watch collection offers a wide range of straps for you to choose from.

That gives you a lot of choice, but it also means you might have a harder time making a choice. There are bands for active lifestyles, for casual comfort, and for elegant occasions. There are bands with pins, with magnetic fasteners, and with traditional buckles. There are bands with earth tones and made of metal. There are... a lot of bands! If you're having trouble deciding, here's some help!

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How to fix a blown loud speaker in your iPhone: The Ultimate guide

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How to fix a blown loud speaker in your iPhone: The Ultimate guide

Step by step instructions on how to replace a broken loud speaker in your iPhone

The loud speaker in your iPhone is what makes it possible for you to talk on speakerphone, play music, and hear alert notifications for text messages, phone calls, and more. If the loud speaker is defective or blown, you may experience symptoms such as no sound at all except through the earpiece, crackling audio, or intermittent audio issues. If any of that sounds like something you're experiencing, your loud speaker will most likely have to be replaced. If you're out of warranty or own an older iPhone, a DIY repair can save you some money if you aren't yet ready to purchase a new iPhone. No matter what iPhone model you have, we can walk you through how to replace the loud speaker all on your own!

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1 week ago

Save 55% today on these thin hard cases for iPhone 6

Save 55% today on these thin hard cases for iPhone 6

Not looking for multiple layers of protection? This durable hard case from Wireless One is a great solution for your iPhone 6! The quick and easy snap-on application is a breeze, and even leaves openings for all your ports and buttons. Pick your favorite color today for only $8.95

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1 week ago

Play legendary drum machines in your web browser

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Play legendary drum machines in your web browser

Never mind GarageBand. Here's a drum machine that works in a web browser!

Roland's TR-808 is the legendary drum machine responsible for some of hip-hop and electronica's most recognizable sounds. Now it's emulated on an HTML5-based web site, along with other popular drum machines.

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1 week ago

What would you change about Control Center?

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What would you change about Control Center?

Control Center is a way to get at all your toggles, sliders, buttons, and basic actions, all in one place.

Since it's debut in iOS 7 back in 2013, Control Center hasn't changed much. Pull it up from the bottom of the screen and you get quick access to a variety of options. The top row gives you airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, do not disturb, and orientation lock. Next is a brightness slider. After that is media, including play, pause, skip, and volume. Then you have AirDrop and AirPlay. Last row is flashlight, timer, calculator, and camera.

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1 week ago

The Talk Show 114 with Serenity Caldwell

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The Talk Show 114 with Serenity Caldwell

Two of the smartest Apple minds I know on The Talk Show this week: Serenity Caldwell and John Gruber. They talk MacBook, Photos for Mac, the PowerBook Duo, and (of course) the Apple Watch.

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1 week ago

Latest MacBook Pro, MacBook Air models drop Boot Camp support for Windows 7

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Latest MacBook Pro, MacBook Air models drop Boot Camp support for Windows 7

Apple's most recent 13-inch MacBook Pro, along with both of the new MacBook Air models, ship without Boot Camp support for Windows 7.

Boot Camp allows Mac users to install Windows on a hard drive partition. On Apple's latest 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display, as well as the most recent models of the MacBook Air, only the 64-bit release of Windows 8 is supported in Boot Camp.

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1 week ago

NSFW: Apple Watch, turning the corner, and betting on the future

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NSFW: Apple Watch, turning the corner, and betting on the future

I'm curious about how Apple Watch technology will evolve. I'm also excited to see the third party market.

I admit that I'm later to the Apple Watch game than some of my colleagues. It was only recently that I had an epiphany about how the Apple Watch could really change things for me. I'm excited about them now. But what I'm even more excited about is seeing what happens from here.

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1 week ago

Author of 'Becoming Steve Jobs' talks about his time with the Apple co-founder

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Author of 'Becoming Steve Jobs' talks about his time with the Apple co-founder

Brent Schlender, co-author of the upcoming Becoming Steve Jobs, opens up about his relationship with Jobs in the new book.

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1 week ago

Image of Apple Store in-ear headphone demo kit reportedly surfaces

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Image of Apple Store in-ear headphone demo kit reportedly surfaces

We may have gotten our first look at the Demo Kits that will be used to allow customers to try on in-ear headphones in Apple Retail Stores.

Apple's intention to let customers try on in-ear headsets in their stores was reported earlier this month.

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1 week ago

Best iPhone apps to help you plan the perfect wedding

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Best iPhone apps to help you plan the perfect wedding

Need help planning your wedding? These iPhone apps are sure to help you plan the perfect day you'll never forget!

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, for both you and your partner. For most of us that also means a ton of things to get done between now and then. That's why I've gathered together the very best iPhone apps to help make planning your wedding as stress free as possible. From finding the perfect dress to picking a venue and everything in between, we've got you covered!

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1 week ago

New Apple TV will reportedly debut in June with an App Store and Siri

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New Apple TV will reportedly debut in June with an App Store and Siri

Apple once again rumored to revamp Apple TV, this time for WWDC in June.

The specs are pretty much the same as previous reports — a modern chipset, an App Store, HomeKit, and Siri. Which makes sense given the last update was March, 2012 and Apple has updated a lot of their core technologies since then.

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1 week ago

BBM Protected now supports the iPhone for more secure messaging

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BBM Protected now supports the iPhone for more secure messaging

BlackBerry is now offering its BBM Protected services for the iPhone. This will allow smartphone owners to access a more secure enterprise-based version of its BBM messaging service.

Here's how BlackBerry describes the new BBM service

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1 week ago

Forget Apple fanboys, what about Apple doomsayers?

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Forget Apple fanboys, what about Apple doomsayers?

Apple zealots are one thing, but Apple doomsayers might be worse. This week, on The Network: John Moltz wonders why we ever mixed church and tech.

Stop me if you've heard this one: Apple is just like a relig—

STOP.

Yeah, you've heard it. Apple is just like a religion. And its customers are acolytes, steeped in the heady lore of the Church of Jobs blah blah blah. For certain pundits and commentators, this explains away everything they don't understand about Apple. Why it does so fabulously well, why its customers are so loyal, why the company is able to charge more for its devices... it explains everything!

A little too neatly.

See, if I could add an addendum to Occam's Razor it would go like this: The simplest explanation is usually the right one... unless it involves magic. Frankly, I think that it's much more valid to apply this argument to Apple's critics than its supporters.

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1 week ago

Take a look at Apple's secret health and fitness lab for the Apple Watch

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Take a look at Apple's secret health and fitness lab for the Apple Watch

Apple has been using a specialized fitness lab to collect data for the Apple Watch, making sure that it can gather the most accurate readings possible.

The lab, which has now been shown to the public for the first time, includes exercise equipment, specialized rooms, and diagnostic equipment to measure exactly how the human body responds to certain conditions while working in particular ways.

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