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Sprint teams up with David Beckham to launch its new 'All-in' unlimited plans

Sprint teams up with David Beckham to launch its new 'All-in' unlimited plans

Sprint has kicked off a new marketing campaign with football superstar David Beckham, launching not only digs at competitors in the US, but also highlighting the network's new "All-in" plans. The company hopes that the new plans will offer a simpler option for consumers, making it clear exactly...
Apple Music coming June 30 for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Windows

Apple Music coming June 30 for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Windows

Apple has announced that Apple Music will launch on June 30 with the arrival of iOS 8.4. A new version of iTunes for Mac and Windows will also support the service. Apple has announced Apple Music will arrive on June 30 with the arrival of iOS 8.4. It will cost $9.99 per month for an...
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...
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The iPhone 6s might offer LTE speeds of up to 300Mbps

The iPhone 6s might offer LTE speeds of up to 300Mbps

The next iPhone may feature up to double the LTE data speed than its predecessor, thanks to a new LTE chip. The iPhone 6s will reportedly contain Qualcomm's new MDM9635M chip, which can provide up to twice the speed over LTE as the current Qualcomm chip in the iPhone 6 line. Currently, the iPhone...
360-degree sci-fi thriller from the folks behind Star Trek coming to Android on August 3

360-degree sci-fi thriller from the folks behind Star Trek coming to iOS on August 3

Roddenberry Entertainment, the media group started by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, is gearing up to release a new 360-degree interactive film on mobile devices. Called "White Room: 02B3," the film will be released as an app and targeted for use with VR headsets like Google Cardboard....
Check out the Mobile Makers Academy hackathon and help support a good cause

Check out the Mobile Makers Academy hackathon and help support a good cause

Mobile Makers Academy, a group that runs iOS development bootcamps, is holding a "hackathon-for-the-good" in Chicago from July 10-12. Called "Helping Hack Chicago," the event will feature Mobile Makers alumni and other developers working to quickly build mobile apps that make a difference, all to...
iPhone 6s said to be identical to previous models, feature small tweaks inside

iPhone 6s said to be identical to previous models, feature small tweaks inside

The iPhone 6s will reportedly look almost identical to both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, though with many internal changes to its casing. Internal changes will apparently include a new mounting structure for the logic board and other components. According to photos obtained by 9to5Mac, most...
New Site Feature: Follow the iMore content you care about and get notified of it instantly!

New Site Feature: Follow the iMore content you care about and get notified of it instantly!

We are very excited to introduce Follow - a way to personalize your iMore experience and get notified when new content is added. In addition to iMore, the Follow feature is also available across our family of Mobile Nations properties, including Android Central, Windows Central, CrackBerry and...
Apple releases Command Line Tools 6.4 for developers

Apple releases Command Line Tools 6.4 for developers

Apple has released version 6.4 of its Command Line Tools. This release is for developers running OS X Yosemite and Xcode 6.4. The Command Line Tools allow for UNIX-style development using OS X's Terminal application. The Command Line Tools including the LLVM compiler, linker, and Make....
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Federal appeals court keeps e-books pricing conspiracy ruling against Apple intact

Apple's hopes of overturning the 2013 court ruling that it conspired with major book publishers to raise the price of e-books were dashed today. The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan has ruled 2-1 to uphold the original decision in the case. According to The Wall Street Journal...
Help us fix email (and maybe win a new iPhone in the process!)

Help us fix email (and maybe win a new iPhone in the process!)

For the last month or so, we've been running a short survey to get more insight into your email pain points. While the feedback has been great (thank you!), we need more of it, and time is running out. If you haven't completed the survey yet, today is your last chance. We close things down at...
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Europe agrees to scrap roaming charges altogether by 2017, introduces net neutrality rules

Europe has agreed a final proposal to scrap roaming charges altogether across the continent, as well as new rules on net neutrality. The extra charges applied to your account for using your mobile phone abroad will be scrapped by June 2017, although a fair use policy will be put in place. To...
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Amazon brings its Prime Now one-hour delivery service to London

Amazon has unveiled Prime Now to the UK. Starting in London, consumers will be able to take advantage of Prime membership to enjoy one-hour delivery on over 10,000 products. Whether you're in dire need of some nappies, or need a games console to ramp up your home entertainment options, Amazon...

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