Do you want to optimize your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus for one handed use? Here are some features and tweaks that will help you make the most of your iPhone 6 / 6 Plus while operating it with one hand.



Here’s a simple way on how you can replace the ’4G’ logo in your iPhone status bar with ‘LTE’. More details can be found after the jump.



Here’s how you can connect and use iPad as second monitor for Mac. More details and download link can be found right here.



Here’s our editors’ picks of the best top 10 Android smartphones of 2014. The devices listed here have been ranked based on their price, features, hardware specs and design.



What’s that you say; you own an iOS device and are always on the lookout for great app deals? Good, because you’ve come to the right place. We’re back with another great selection of paid apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that, for a very limited time, have gone completely free of charge, so check the details after the break!



Here’s how you can set a sleep timer on iPhone to automatically stop music playback after a set period of time. Head on past the jump for complete step-by-step instructions and details.



The Best Tablets Of The Year 2014

By on December 19th, 2014

With the year now drawing to a close, it’s the perfect opportunity to reflect on some of the great product releases of 2014, and with numerous big-named companies having rolled out some exceptional tablets over the past twelve months, we’ve compiled a list of our top five.



iOS 8.2 beta 3 download has just gone live over the iOS Dev Center. iOS 8.2 beta 3 is released only a week after Apple seeded beta 2 of iOS 8.2. More on what’s changed and what is new is detailed below.



Ever wondered what boiling Coca-Cola can spell for your iPhone 6? Let this video be your field guide.



The Apple Pay service is coming to Europe, Middle East, Africa and India according to Apple job posting. More details can be found right after the jump.



It’s the time of year where we all spend far too much money on food, gifts and all the other trimmings that tend to be part of the festive period. With so much money being splurged it’s always good to bag a bargain or, if possible, pick something up for free. If it used to cost money then, well, that’s just gravy.



Being able to record video on a smartphone is something that many of us never really understood the need for, but as the years have rolled on we have all become accustomed to having a mighty fine video recorder in our pockets at all times. As smartphones have matured, so has the camera technology inside them too, so where we first had to make do with poor quality recordings, 1080p HD video is now the norm from a modern smartphone while some are even capable of 4K Ultra HD.



Apple has finally shut the doors on iOS 8.1.1. It is no longer being singed, meaning, you can no longer downgrade iOS 8.1.2 to 8.1.1. You can also no longer restore or update to iOS 8.1.1 from a previous version of iOS on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Apple released iOS 8.1.1 back in November, followed by iOS 8.1.2 only last week.



Grand Theft Auto 5 has a cult following really, with the latest re-release of the title for PS4 and Xbox One living it up on our big screens. The blockbuster from Rockstar was also supposed to be featuring a new online mode by now, called ‘Heists’, but it has been delayed for quite some time. Today, Rockstar has made it clear that this new DLC should be available early next year on all platforms, but there is no exact date.



2014 is coming to a close, and while there were tons of gadgets released this year, the team here has decided to list down their favorite top two out of the massive lot. Head past the jump and check out what everyone has selected. Maybe the list will give you some ideas for Christmas, too!



With the weeks and months ticking down until Apple announces the release date for the Apple Watch, developers are already working on getting their apps ready for launch day. Apple made the WatchKit SDK available as part of the new iOS 8.2 betas not that long ago, and while developers are hard at work, the concept makers and design teams are also working to publish their interpretations of what apps may look like come Apple Watch day.



Apple’s addition of third-party keyboards to iOS 8 was welcomed for a variety of reasons and with plenty of use cases in mind. Many immediately turned to the notion of having the famous Swype arrive on iOS, while others eventually lauded the awesome TextExpander keyboard as a great example of what’s possible in iOS 8.



Here is a list of the top best Cydia jailbreak tweaks released in the year 2014 for iPhone and iPad. This list only includes jailbreak tweaks and apps that were released on Cydia this year for iOS 7 or iOS 8. It does not include tweaks that were originally released before 2014 and were updated this year for compatibility on iOS 7 or iOS 8.



New Cydia alternative jailbreak store iMods is a promising front for tweaks and apps in the future. More details and video demonstration of the beta can be found right here.



Earlier on this year, the famed AirBlue Sharing tweak / app for jailbroken devices was updated for iOS 7. Now, finally, it has been given its customary bump for iOS 8, and with a couple of new features and quirks besides, is a must-have for file sharers in search of flexibility.



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