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Sprint's delivery and set up service launches in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Denver

Sprint's delivery and set up service launches in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Denver

Sprint's delivery and set up service, Direct 2 You, is now available for customers living in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Denver. Back in May, Sprint announced that the service would be expanding at some point in June, and that time is now. The idea behind the service is simple,...
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Pinterest updates privacy policy to cover upcoming buyable pins

Pinterest are still preparing to roll out a new update to the official iPhone and iPad apps, which will enable users to buy their favorite pins. The new feature will utilize credit cards or Apple Pay, and to better explain exactly how the new process will work, the team have updated their privacy...
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This week's best iPhone and iPad gadgets: iRig Mic Studio, Pebble Time, FLIR One, and more!

Welcome to our new weekly series focused on recently-released gadgets that go great with your iPhone or iPad. What will these gadgets be? Well, they'll range from peripherals to cases, photography to security, at home to on the road, and anything and everything in between. Check out what we've...
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Facebook currently testing new Snapchat-esque features to enhance your photos

Facebook is currently testing new features that will introduce new Snapchat-esque filters, text and stickers to enhance uploaded stickers to share them with your circle. According to TechCrunch, the social giant has already rolled out the features to select few installs of the official Facebook...
SONOS working to add Apple Music support by end of year

SONOS working to add Apple Music support by end of year

Fiede Schillmoeller, global communications at SONOS, has added to the weekend Apple Music tweet storm with an affirmation that SONOS is indeed working to bring Apple's new service to his company's speakers, hopefully by the end of the year. In case you wondered - yes, we are working with Apple...
Five brilliant Doctor Who accessories for iPhone

Five brilliant Doctor Who accessories for iPhone

Alright Whovians, you've got an itch for more Doctor Who stuff, and we're going to deliver the best accessories out there for your iPhone. Sure, there are cases, but there's a lot more out there. TARDIS Smart Safe The TARDIS Smart Safe connects to your iPhone via Bluetooth, and can unlock...
Eddy Cue tweets on Apple Music Beats migration, locker size limits, iOS 9

Eddy Cue tweets on Apple Music Beats migration, locker size limits, iOS 9

Apple's senior vice president of internet services, Eddy Cue, returned to Twitter this weekend to answer a few questions about the company's upcoming Apple Music service, set to debut on Tuesday, June 30. Cue's responses included new information on Beats to Apple Music migration, a potential...
Ask Rene: The next iPhone, Force Touch, battery cases, and more

Ask Rene: The next iPhone, Force Touch, battery cases, and more

When you combine Twitter, email, forums, and all the other channels, 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're starting a new column where he can post answers for everyone. So, if you want to share...
iOS 8.4 reportedly launching June 30 at 8am PT, Beats 1 at 9am

iOS 8.4 reportedly launching June 30 at 8am PT, Beats 1 at 9am

Apple announced that iOS 8.4 along with its premiere features—a new Music app, Apple Music, Beats 1, and Connect—would be launching on June 30, 2015. The company even created a Facebook event for the launch. Now, however, Ian Rogers, former CEO of Beats and current Senior Director of Apple Music...
iPad and how it can aid in medical recovery

iPad and how it can aid in medical recovery

Mike Wuerthele, managing editor for MacNN and Electronista, has started a new column. His wife suffered a stroke last week. Thankfully, she's out of the ER, into rehab, and beginning the road to recovery. I can't even imagine what she, he, and their family are going through. Mike, however, is...
An hour on Safari content blockers... and iMore

An hour on Safari content blockers... and iMore

Safari content blocker extensions, which provide the ability to selectively prevent code from loading on websites, were previewed at WWDC 2015 as part of the developer sessions. Though they have many potential uses, the most obvious is for creating ad-blocker plugins for the iPhone and iPad. Rather...
iMore show 464: Taylor Swift vs. Apple, Confederate flags, and ad blocker

iMore show 464: Taylor Swift vs. Apple, Confederate flags, and ad blocker

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — Serenity and Rene kick off an Apple Talk on: Taylor Swift vs. Apple Music, App Store removing the Confederate Flag, and Safari content blockers and what they mean for sites...
How to enable text selection in OS X Quick Look

How to enable text selection in OS X Quick Look

Find a document in the Finder you want to open, press the space bar, and while the document doesn't open, you are given a peek inside. That's OS X's Quick Look feature. It's been around for years — ever since Apple released OS X Leopard in 2007. Normally, Quick Look lets you look but not touch:...
Apple reportedly begins production on next generation iPhone 6s

Apple reportedly begins production on next generation iPhone 6s with Force Touch

Apple has reportedly started production on the next generation iPhone. According to Bloomberg, this year's iPhone models will retain the same size and design as last year's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but with the addition of a Force Touch display. From Bloomberg: Apple Inc. has started early...
Obscura hopes to simplify advanced iPhone photography

Obscura Camera hopes to simplify advanced iPhone photography

If you're looking for a camera app that gives you advanced controls over how your pictures look, you might want to give Obscura a try. While offering advanced functionality made possible by iOS 8, Obscura is straightforward and simple to use. Big, clearly-labeled buttons let you control focus,...
Celebrate Canada Day with discounts on Canadian-made apps and games!

Celebrate Canada Day with discounts on Canadian-made apps and games!

Ahead of Canada Day next Wednesday, July 1, the App Store is holding a sale on a number of Canadian-made apps. These include apps like Capo touch, which helps you learn your favorite songs, and Minuum, a new take on the software keyboard. There are also games like Alto's Adventure, Icewind Dale,...
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The Pip-Boy included in the Fallout 4 Collector's Edition will fit most iPhones

Last week at E3 2015, Bethesda Softworks revealed plans to release a collector's edition of their upcoming post-apocalypse game Fallout 4, which will include a real Pip-Boy housing that allows you to slot your smartphone inside and wear it on your hand while using it in tandem with a second-...
How to clean up your Mac's desktop

How to clean up your Mac's desktop

Don't leave your Mac desktop untidy and cluttered - clean it up today! Your Mac's desktop is where you do a lot of your work. Many of us have a tendency to use it to keep files we access frequently, piling them on until your desktop becomes a hot mess. Do yourself a favor and take a few minutes...
NSFW: In praise of Mac User Groups (MUGs)

NSFW: In praise of Mac User Groups (MUGs)

The MUG used to be where you went to learn about the Mac. It still is, though the face of the MUG has changed. I got my first Macintosh when I was 15. It was 1985, and the Mac had been out for a little more than a year. It was still pretty new. People (and even Apple) were still trying to figure...
2K puts BioShock, XCOM, and more for iPhone and iPad on sale to celebrate Independence Day

2K puts BioShock, XCOM, and more for iPhone and iPad on sale to celebrate Independence Day

From now until Monday, July 6, 2K is holding a sale on several of their mobile games to celebrate Independence Day. The sale includes discounts on games like BioShock, NBA 2K15, and XCOM: Enemy Within. Check out all of the discounts below: Bioshock - $4.99 (normally $9.99) NBA 2K15 - $2.99 (...

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