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To force quit or not to force quit apps, that is the question...

Is it nobler in the spirit to suffer the battery drain and lag of outrageous backgrounding or, by flicking them away, end them?

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iPhones of Future Past: Understanding iPhone 8

In addition to selling more iPhones, Apple can also sell more of an iPhone — by bring tomorrow's iPhone to customers today, for a price.

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Don't believe the 1Password FUD — here's what's really happening

1Password, the well-known password manager app for macOS, iOS, Windows, and Android, garnered some negative attention over the last week. Here's what's really going on.

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The best phone for Pokémon Go is iPhone. Get one to win.

At a Pokémon Go Raid, it’s not unusual to see Android owners rebooting, restarting, lagging, and cursing — while iPhone owners are smiling and winning.

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How the new App Store can push accessibility forward

The App Store in iOS 11 could be an incredible asset for promoting accessibility.

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Save net neutrality and keep our mobile future awesome

Do your part to keep the internet open and weird.

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Why Apple might switch to Face ID instead of Touch ID for iPhone 8

Touch ID isn't a feature. It's a solution to a problem that can potentially be solved in a variety of other ways. Including Face ID.

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watchOS 4 first look: Refinements and smarts paint a bright picture for Apple Watch

watchOS 4 won't be out until later this fall, but its marketing tagline — "More intuitive. More intelligent. More you." — is spot on.

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iPhone 8 pricing: How high can Apple go?

Customers have paid more for storage, processor power, materials, even colors, but will they pay more for iPhone 8 features?

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Qualcomm: Unfair, unreasonable, and discriminatory and why Apple needs to win

With great standards-essential patents come great industry-wide responsibilities and, right now. Qualcomm isn't living up to them.

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