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China Unicom, China Telecom to sell iPad Air 2 and mini 3 starting March 27

China Unicom, China Telecom to sell iPad Air 2 and mini 3 starting March 27

Both China Unicom and China Telecom have announced that they will begin carrying the Wi-Fi + Cellular versions of Apple's iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3. The carriers will begin selling both tablets on March 27. Both the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 will be compatible with both TD-LTE and FDD-LTE...
Animate to your heart's desire with Hype 3 and Hype Pro

Animate to your heart's desire with Hype 3 and Hype Pro

I'm not a big fan of WSIWYG editors for the web. But Hype is something special. Tumult's Hype — an HTML5 WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) web and animation editor — is approaching its four-year anniversary in May, and what a way it has chosen to celebrate: The company is releasing a...
Baselift for Macbook

Twelve South Baselift easily elevates your MacBook on the go

Twelve South takes a new approach to elevating your Macbook with their latest accessory, Baselift. Knowing that not everyone will want to lug around a stand in order to change the elevation of their MacBook, Twelve South has taken a new approach in an accessory that will always be attached. The...
IK Multimedia releases iRig 2 mobile guitar interface

iRig 2 mobile guitar interface launches with better sound, more flexibility

IK Multimedia has announced that iRig 2, their followup to their successful guitar interface for iPhone and iPad, is now shipping. iRig 2 aims to provide better sound quality and increased flexibility over its predecessor. The interface still plugs into the headphone jack on your iPhone or iPad...
Apple's new MacBook: How does its Retina display compare to other Macs?

Apple's new MacBook: How does its Retina display compare to other Macs?

Apple's new MacBook sports a Retina display. But how does it compare to the Retina MacBook Pro or the 5K iMac? Let's take a look... The new MacBook recently revealed at Apple's Spring Forward event hits stores on April 10th. It's the second MacBook product to feature what Apple calls a "Retina...
iOS 8 adoption rate now stands at 77%

iOS 8 adoption rate now stands at 77%

Apple's latest App Store distribution numbers show that iOS 8 has now been installed on 77% of all compatible devices as of March 16, 2015. iOS 7 now stands at 20%, with all the older versions claiming a total of 3% of installs. While the new stats represent a 5% gain compared to the iOS 8...
Which Apple Watch Sport band color should you get?

Which Apple Watch Sport band color should you get?

White, blue, green, pink, or black — the Apple Watch Sport collection offers five pairs of vibrant fluoroelastomer sport bands for you to choose from. Molded out of high-performance, fluorocarbon-based synthetic rubber, the Apple Watch Sport bands are meant for exactly what the name implies —...
How to (virtually) try on both Apple Watch sizes with the Apple Store App

How to (virtually) try on both Apple Watch sizes with the Apple Store App

If you're having trouble deciding between the 38mm and 42mm Apple Watch sizes, Apple has made a way for you to try them on — virtually! In-store try ons will start on April 10, but if you want to get a sense of how both Apple Watch cases look on your wrist right now, today, you can do just that...
Tim Cook talks Apple Watch, new campus, and Steve Jobs' legacy in new interview

Tim Cook talks Apple Watch, new campus, and Steve Jobs' legacy in new interview

In a new interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about a wide range of topics, including the Apple Watch, Apple's new campus, and Steve Jobs' legacy. Cook talked about Apple's work on the Apple Watch, and the world that it will be released in. Comparing it to the iPhone, Cook notes how important...
Save 45% today on this rugged iPhone 6 case and holster

Save 45% today on this rugged iPhone 6 case and holster

Stay prepared for the worst with this CONVERT Combo from Seidio. It includes a slim hard shell interior and rugged skin with an exoskeleton that sits on top featuring a built-in kickstand. As an added bonus, a durable swivel clip holster is thrown in to snap the case to your belt or pocket!...
What else can Apple do?

What else can Apple do?

With a market capitalization of $751 billion (and possibly a trillion in a few years), Apple attracts attention every time it launches something… anything, really. The past year was very positive for the Cupertino behemoth. With the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus dominating the news before and after...
Spotlight: PowerSkin Spare for iPhone 6

Spotlight: PowerSkin Spare for iPhone 6

I'd love an iPhone 6 with double the battery life. PowerSkin's Spare battery case gets me there. Since I got my iPhone 6 I've been trying to find an iPhone 6 battery case I can live with. Enter the PowerSkin Spare. The Good Doubles your iPhone 6 battery life Less expensive than some...
WuakiTV

EE announces new Film Club to replace Orange Wednesdays

EE today unveiled Film Club to offer new and existing customers to rent a single title from WuakiTV for just £1 each week. This new service replaces Orange Wednesdays, which closed last month. The UK mobile operator has essentially taken Orange Wednesdays, scrapped the deal with UK cinemas,...
Instantly Framed

Win one of four prizes in our Instantly Framed Mega Giveaway!

We have an amazing giveaway this week for you guys. We have teamed up with Instantly Framed to give away not one, but FOUR amazing prizes to our readers. Keep reading for all the details! Instantly Framed is a free iOS app that physically frames your photos right from your phone! You can choose...
Headlines still trying, failing to link fraud to Apple Pay

Headlines still trying, failing to link fraud to Apple Pay

There is absolutely no reason for anyone using Apple Pay to be concerned at all about using Apple Pay. It's important to keep saying that because publications keep making it a point to link Apple Pay and "fraud" in their headlines. It's important because those publications are spreading fear,...
Apple Pay picks up support from 39 new banks and credit unions

Apple Pay picks up support from 39 new banks and credit unions

Apple Pay has picked up support from another batch of banks and credit unions today. In total, today's additions add 39 new institutions to the quickly-growing list, as the number of supported banks well exceeds 100. Here's the full breakdown of the newly added banks and credit unions: America...
Soon you can hand crank your iPhone, like our ancient ancestors

Soon you can hand crank your iPhone, like our ancient ancestors

Team Ampware wants to make the iPhone 5, 5s and 6 human-powered: Introducing the CrankCase. If you truly want to get off the grid but still need to use your iPhone, check out this new Indiegogo crowd funding project called the CrankCase. The CrankCase is a durable case for the iPhone with a...
Apple fixes WebKit security issues in Safari for Mac update

Apple fixes WebKit security issues in Safari for Mac update

Apple has issued a security update for Safari for Mac today, addressing a couple of issues with WebKit. The updates clock in at version numbers 8.0.4, 7.1.4, and 6.2.4 for OS X Yosemite, Mavericks, and Mountain Lion respectively. Here's the full breakdown from the changelog: Impact: Visiting...
Mail Pilot 2 for Mac on the way; Apple Watch app in the works

Mail Pilot 2 for Mac on the way; Apple Watch app in the works

Mindsense has annoucned that Mail Pilot 2 for Mac is on its way. The app has added a number of new features, including a revamped interface for OS X Yosemite, and will be a free update for existing users. The interface has been simplified, with your inbox, reminders, drafts, and more all...
Apple rumored to offer sharing of customer data with networks for TV service

Apple rumored to offer sharing of customer data with networks for TV service

Apple is rumored to be willing to share customer data with potential partners to get its reported TV service off the ground. The information that Apple is said to be offering would tell partners who viewers, are, what they are watching, and when they watch. Apple would also apparently leave it up...

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