Here’s a simply way on how to check for and install carrier settings update on iPhone. More details can be found right here.



Mophie, the company famous for its Juice Pack battery cases for the iPhone, has released a new TV spot for Super Bowl, putting it back under the spotlight once again. Head on after the break to watch what the fuss is all about.



While your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch won’t be offering any interface-changing home screen alternatives any time soon, the introduction of Notification Center / Today menu widgets with iOS 8 was a nice touch on Apple’s part. The whole platform feels much more functional as a result, and even though the update only arrived four months back, the App Store is already awash with awesome widgets. Having pointed out some great widgets for you to try out on numerous occasions before, we’re back with a handful more, so if you want to get the very most out of your iOS 8-ready device, you can find the round-up below.



Here’s a guide on how to turn on sound for every notification on Facebook app for iPhone. More details can be found right past the jump.



According to a popular accessory maker for smartphones, this is what the soon-to-be-released Samsung Galaxy S6 will look like. Head on after the jump to read all about it.



With smartphones and tablets so prevalent in the meeting rooms of enterprise the world over these days, using them to replace notebook computers wherever possible just makes good sense. The only problem comes when wanting to get, say, a presentation onto a big screen. Just how do you show your fancy pie charts and scatter graphs on that immaculately presented wall?



Here is a list of the top best screen protectors for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus which you can buy right away. More details and complete list can be found here.



We’re smack bang in the middle of quarterly results season right now and with Apple announcing a record quarter that was backed up heavily by iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sales all attention turned to Samsung to see what the Korean firm had to offer.



Apple has just released iTunes 12.1 for OS X Yosemite which includes a Notification Center widget for controlling all your music playback on the fly. More details on the update and where to get it from can be found right here.



There’s a new camera app in town and it is making some pretty bold claims. While some camera apps on the App Store trade on being able to add filters and all kinds of tweaks to images, others go for all-out quality, trying to bring some of the DSLR magic to the iPhone. Hydra, by Creaceed, goes the way of quality but takes it a step further by claiming to be able to create 32-megapixel images using just the iPhone’s 8-megapixel camera.



If you’re in ownership of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and looking for some decent deals on great apps, then we have a bumper list of savings below. Make no mistake, featured in this run-down are some of the very best apps in the business, and thanks to the App Store’s ‘Get Productive’ initiative, most of those featured will actually help you to get stuff done rather than melt your brain.



There has been on-off talk of Apple’s larger, so-called ‘iPad Air Plus’ for some time now, with initial rumors stretching back well over a year. But with Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Pro series and, of course, the monstrosity that is the Surface Pro 3, there’s a real feeling that Apple will finally cave at some point this year, although what a slate with a ~12-inch display means for the MacBook line remains unclear. Still, a new case leak offers a possible glimpse as to the shape and size of this upcoming slab, as well as where the numerous switches, buttons and ports may reside.



iOS 9 for iPhone 6 benchmarks have just surfaced online, suggesting the test build is out in the wild. More details can be found here.



Facebook has just launched an experimental initiative for its users, called Place Tips. As you can already tell by the name itself, the feature will be bringing you relevant information based on your location. More on this brilliant development from the social networking mammoth, right after the jump.



There is an abundance of films shot with iPhones, but who would have thought this year’s runaway hit at the Sundance Film Festival, Tangerine, was shot using Apple’s iPhone 5s? Read all about it, right after the jump.



Samsung Galaxy S6 prototype photo has leaked, giving us a clear glimpse of the device’s front and back. More details, and photo can be found right here past the jump.



Here are all the details you need to know about iOS 8.1.3 update for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. This includes details regarding jailbreak, bug fixes, amount of space it takes up and more.



Although iOS, Android and Windows Phone all compete in the ongoing battle of the mobile platforms, it still makes sense for each of their respective vendors to create and maintain apps that serve a wider audience beyond their own ecosystems. Sure, Apple’s only charitable donation to the Play Store and Windows Phone Store is the inherited Beats Music at this point, but Microsoft is a lot more generous in this regard, and adding to a fleet of utilities already available at the App and Google Play Stores, the software giant has just dropped an official Outlook app for both iOS and Android, which is actually a rebranded and toned up Acompli app that it acquired back in December of last year. Full details, as well as those all-important download links, can be seen after the leap.



Here’s how you can use Siri and find out to whom the lost iPhone in question belongs to. More details on how this works can be found right here.



While Apple is posting record quarters and selling iPhones hand over fist, major competitor and formerly the largest smartphone maker in the world Samsung has posted its own earnings for the October through December time period. Unfortunately for Korean firm’s shareholders though, things aren’t looking quite so rosy for the makers of the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4.



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