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17 hours ago

How to replace a broken vibrator in the iPhone 5c

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How to replace a broken vibrator in the iPhone 5c

If you've got an iPhone 5c that just doesn't seem to vibrate no matter what mode you have it in, it's possible that the vibrator assembly itself is defective or blown. In some cases, a defective vibrator assembly also causes weak vibration that gets fainter and fainter over time. If that sounds like something you're experiencing, it probably needs to be replaced. If you're for some reason not covered by warranty, or just prefer doing the repair yourself to save some cash, we can walk you through where to get replacement parts and how to perform this relatively easy iPhone repair all on your own!

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18 hours ago

New, updated, and discounted apps: Cookie Monster's Challenge and more!

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New, updated, and discounted apps: Cookie Monster's Challenge 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! We've got a new game for kids right from the Sesame's Street gang, plus a few other gems.

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18 hours ago

Deal of the Day: Versio 3.4A Lightning Car Charger w/ USB Port

Deal of the Day: Versio 3.4A Lightning Car Charger w/ USB Port

Today Only: Buy the Versio 3.4A Lightning Car Charger w/ USB Port and save 46%

With this Versio charger you're not only getting a quick and efficient charge, but are also protected from overcharging and overheating thanks to the advanced smart circuitry built inside. The coiled cable makes it easy to manage and the extra USB port is great for any passenger!

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18 hours ago

Come iPhone 6 launch time, Samsung will lose my business to Apple

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Come iPhone 6 launch time, Samsung will lose my business to Apple

AAPL has confirmed the next iPhone event will be held on September 9. In eleven days we expect to see a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and some kind of wearable device. There are rumors of a larger, 5.5-inch iPhone as well, along with rumors that it might cost more than the smaller sizes that came before it. Will anybody want a 5.5-inch iPhone? Can Apple justify a higher price for one? What does it mean to the company's potential profits?

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18 hours ago

AT&T handing out $100 on new line activations

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AT&T handing out $100 on new line activations

AT&T has announced a new promotion, offering a $100 bill credit to customers when they activate a live with a smartphone on AT&T Next. The offer has been run before, and is extended to both new and current customers. The promotion runs through September 30, 2014.

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20 hours ago

It's 2014 and Samsung is still bringing tab specs to an iPad experience fight

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It's 2014 and Samsung is still bringing tab specs to an iPad experience fight

Samsung has aired yet-another anti-Apple attack ad, this one involving a guy walking around the streets of New York City showing passersby both the iPad Air and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S. Rather than point out the glaring problems with the ad, like Samsung using a white Tab but a black iPad for a "test" in which one of the criteria is "brightness", or having the "host" leading the passersby, pre-emptively telling them which tablet is "better", I'm going to try to help Samsung out here and focus on the core of their problem — they're copying it wrong.

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21 hours ago

64-bit Google Chrome on OS X now available for beta testers with profile switching

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64-bit Google Chrome on OS X now available for beta testers with profile switching

Google will release a fairly substantial update for its Chrome web browser on OS X, finally upgrading the popular software from 32-bit to 64-bit architecture, something Macs have been supporting for some time now. The search giant has published a beta of the 64-bit version of Chrome, following the stable update on Windows with the same new feature.

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1 day ago

Secret adds polling option and Flickr images in latest update

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Secret adds polling option and Flickr images in latest update

Secret's not so secret update now allows you poll your friends with a yes or no question and also adds the ability to pull in images from Flickr. The messaging app is now in version 9 and also brings the requisite bug fixes.

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1 day ago

Get your iPhone 6 event wallpaper here!

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Get your iPhone 6 event wallpaper here!

Apple has sent out invitations for their September 2014 iPhone event and iMore will be there. We'll also be rocking some of these gorgeous iPhone, iPad, and Mac wallpapers re-rendered from scratch by our own Derek Kessler just to make sure we're in the proper spirit.

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1 day ago

Best NFL apps for iPhone: Play by play coverage of your favorite teams!

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Best NFL apps for iPhone: Play by play coverage of your favorite teams!

If you're searching for the best iPhone apps to help you keep up with your favorite football teams in the NFL, the App Store has a lot of them to choose from. Whether you want to receive up to date push notifications for every play or just want final scores, they're something for everyone. Some NFL apps can even provide live streams of games and player interviews that can use your existing cable subscription. Regardless what kind of coverage you want, these are the absolute best NFL apps to choose from for the 2014 football season.

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