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Alto's Adventure: Tips, tricks, and pointers to get you past the triple backflip and more

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Alto's Adventure: Tips, tricks, and pointers to get you past the triple backflip and more

Alto's Adventure is an addictive, delightful endless runner, and its 1.1 update makes it even better. Here's how to master it.

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Spotify to provide a fresh personalized mix of music each week

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Spotify to provide a fresh personalized mix of music each week

Spotify continues to launch and refine features to better position the service against alternative services. The company will release a new feature to help streamers discover new music each week.

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Ask Rene: 4-inch iPhones, burning music, hamburger ellipsis, and more!

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Ask Rene: 4-inch iPhones, burning music, hamburger ellipsis, and more!

Rene gets sent dozens and dozens of questions a day. Since it's not even inhumanly possible to answer, let alone research, them all, we've started a new column where he can post answers for everyone! This week: Burning Apple Music, new 4-inch iPhones, Touch ID on iPod touch, the original Apple TV, and more!

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Best rugged cases for iPhone 6

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Best rugged cases for iPhone 6

We're in the thick of summer, and that means getting out and getting active. It could be something as low-key as hitting up the beach or backyard, or as intense as hiking or biking. Whatever you're into, we've got a few protective cases here that will make sure your iPhone 6 gets through it all in one piece!

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Why you want the new iPod touch

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Why you want the new iPod touch

iPod touch has often been considered the gateway to the App Store—the least expensive way possible to get into Apple's ecosystem and run iOS apps. That remains as true today as it's always been, but with the new iPod touch 6 there's also a lot more you can do. Yes, it remains the perfect first device for kids, but now it's also become the perfect secondary device for people of all ages.

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Apple Watch not waiting, and Facebook no measure of platform adoption

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Apple Watch not waiting, and Facebook no measure of platform adoption

A couple week's ago it was terribly reported sales estimates. This week it's false app platform equivalencies. All to fit the forced narrative that the Apple Watch—which hasn't even been on the market a full quarter yet, but by even the most conservative measures has outsold every and perhaps all other computer watches to date—isn't performing up to imaginary expectations.

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Apple showcases 'Amazing Apps' in latest iPhone ad

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Apple showcases 'Amazing Apps' in latest iPhone ad

Apple has added a third new iPhone ad to its "If it's not an iPhone, it's not an iPhone" campaign, which launched last week with spots focused on integration and customer satisfaction. This one, called 'Amazing Apps' focuses on the App Store and all the incredible things it turns your iPhone into.

With over a million and a half of the best apps available, the App Store turns your iPhone into just about anything.

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How to save money when you buy a Mac

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How to save money when you buy a Mac

If you're in the market for a new Macintosh, you might want to consider shopping at Apple's own refurbished store before you plunk down money on a brand new machine. Though you're not getting Macs straight from the assembly line, they're about as good as new, and you'll save you a lot of dough.

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This week's best iPhone and iPad gadgets: Logitech BLOK, MOOV Now, and more!

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This week's best iPhone and iPad gadgets: Logitech BLOK, MOOV Now, and more!

Every week great new accessories are announced for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and more. This week that includes a new perfect-for-coffee-shops Bluetooth keyboard from Microsoft, inexpensive new fitness trackers from MOOV and Polar, a new wireless media stick from SanDisk so you can sling your videos between devices, and a new iPad case from Logitech with a twist. Each one has something cool and unique about it, so check let's check them out!

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Here's how the new iPod touch camera compares to Apple's best!

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Here's how the new iPod touch camera compares to Apple's best!

The new iPod touch 6 has an 8 megapixel iSight camera, much bigger and better than 5 megapixel shooter on the previous generation iPod touch 5. To see how well it works, I took it out for a shoot and put it up against the last iPod touch, and the 8mp, Apple A8-powered iPad Air 2 and iPhone 6!

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iMore show 467: The iPods are alive!

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iMore show 467: The iPods are alive!

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — The new iPods are here: iPod touch, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle, and Serenity Caldwell, Rich Stevens, and Rene Ritchie check them out!

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The best point-and-click adventure games for iPad

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The best point-and-click adventure games for iPad

Take time to notice the little things in these point-and-click iPad games.

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OS X public beta: The ultimate guide

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OS X public beta: The ultimate guide

Apple has released a public beta for the upcoming version of OS X El Capitan. That means you can now register to try it out, enroll your Mac, download it, and start to experience what's coming this fall. It's a real beta, though. So you shouldn't put it on your primary Mac, and you should know how to downgrade back to Yosemite if you need to. That's where this guide comes in!

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Comic: Faces of freedom

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Comic: Faces of freedom

Happy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy.

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How to enable OS X's Dark Mode with a key command

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How to enable OS X's Dark Mode with a key command

OS X Yosemite and later sports a Dark Mode that inverts the menu and Dock to a dark background. It's great but if you don't want to use it all the time, here's a time-saving tip that binds the action to a command key shortcut instead of forcing you to fumble for the System Preferences.

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