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Beta time!

Apple releases fourth developer beta of iOS 10.3

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Rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro said to have screen resolution of 2224x1668

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Apple releases fourth beta of watchOS 3.2 to developers

macOS Sierra

macOS Sierra 10.12.4 beta 4 arrives for developers


CloudBleed: What you need to know

I ❀️ my iPhone SE

iPhone SE is better than iPhone 7 Plus for one-handed gaming

Give me some space!

Turn your Nintendo Switch into the ultimate console with a microSD card!

A closer look

Everything you need to know about the AT&T Unlimited plan

Users Guide

The third public beta for iOS 10.3 is here! This is how you get it

User Guide

Apple releases third public beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4

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iPhone 8 will reportedly feature 3D-sensing FaceTime camera

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tvOS 10.2 beta 3 now ready for developers

Enter now!

We're giving away the new full-grain leather slim wallets from Pad & Quill

From 'OW' to 'WOW'

Hi, I'm an iPad Pro! β€” 'We hear you' brings classic feel to new ads

Touch ID for all!

Why Touch ID makes the MacBook Pro the best Mac ever

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PokΓ©mon Go Gen 2: The ultimate guide!

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iPhone Battery Replacement for Just $25, WTF?

A service called iPodJuice claims to offer a full iPhone battery replacement and installation process for just $25. Sound to good to be true? Yeah, I think so too. I'm charging my iPhone 400 times today just so I can try out this service.


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Harry Potter Surpasses iPhone on Buzz Meter, Analysts Worried (Again)

It was bound to happen eventually. Now the long lines of techno fetishists waiting in front of Apple Stores to buy a phone have been replaced by lines of creepy 40 year olds dressed as wizards, standing in front of bookstores to buy a children's book.


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Analysts Disappointed with Early iPhone Activation Numbers from AT&T, Blame Global Warming

AT&T doused analyst's wild expectations yesterday by announcing that on the weekend of launch, AT&T saw just 146,000 iPhone activations, well short of expectations. That's activation, not actual sales. Analysts had projected that during the same period more than 500,000 iPhones had sold through. Needless to say these two numbers don't jive, leading many firms like Piper Jafrey to question how successful iPhone sales really are.

I had the same reaction when taking my dog to go potty this morning. After feeding him an entire bag of Puppy Chow, I expected far more substantial return. Instead the results were weak and disappointing. As a result, I am placing both my dog and iPhone on eBay.


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First 3rd Party App: Hello, World

The iPhone Dev wiki team ran the first 3rd party application on the iPhone. The program is a simple one, it spits out "Hello, World" when run; 'Hello, World' is typically one of the simpler things to program on most platforms and that it was chosen as the 1st app is unsurprising. Here's the notice they posted on their site:

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Apple To Add New iPhone Models and Grow Product Line This Holiday?

Santa is watching you. Well Steve Jobs is anyway. AppleInsider says that Apple will introduce new iPhone models in Q4, hoping to expand its Smartphone line.

Extremely reputable sources have told AppleInsider in recent weeks that the company's iPhone roadmap for the 2007 calendar year includes not one but two distinct models, the second of which is set to turn up just months after the first. According to one source, development of the second model has followed so closely on the heels of the inaugural iPhone that it was making its final pass through engineering around the same time that today's model hit the manufacturing lines back in May or early June.


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Apple Developing Lyrics Display for iPhone

AppleInsider reports that Apple has filed a patent on technology used to dynamically display text, such as song lyrics, in a motion perspective. The text would scroll or otherwise move across the display, adapting to user interaction. Hmm...sounds a bit like CoverFlow, doesn't it?

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PC World Finds 13 Reasons Not to Buy an iPhone, and One Reason Not to Subscribe to PC World

Harry McCracken writes on PC World's TechBlog that after spending one week with an iPhone he found the device to be incredibly cool, but also impractical for his needs. So traded it in for a Windows Mobile device, the AT&T 8525 (HTC Hermes).

He outlines 13 reasons why he doesn't want the iPhone.

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iPhone Supply Running Low, Again

According to SeekingAlpha, supply of iPhones in the retail channel are drying up as demand remains strong. Analysts had expected consumer adoption to taper off past the first four weeks, post-launch, but so far no signs of a slow down yet.


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Can the iPhone Double As a Laptop? MSNBC Thinks So

MSNBC.com technology writer, Joe Hutsko, purchased an iPhone to replace his Treo 680 (a common trend it seems) and decided to put the much hyped gadget to the test, to see whether iPhone is road worthy as a laptop replacement.

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Scoble Tracks the Ever Growing iCult, Wears Tinfoil Hat

Robert Scoble grabs his camera and heads to the Web 2.0 Summit Party to interview high profile attendees. He says that everyone there seemed to have an iPhone, except for himself. Come on, Robert - you know you want to join the cult. Drink from the fountain of Kool-Aid, it will make you sleepy.

My favorite quote comes from his interrogation of Robert Sears, Chief Architect of Multimedia Experiences at Nokia, about the Finnish company's answer to the iPhone...

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