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An Apple and iOS enthusiast, iOS software developer and general technology enthusiast. Developer of Total:Health for iPhone, Tweet Time for iPhone & iPad and ToneBlaster. A former Electrical Engineer and a budding entrepreneur.


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The Pangu Team, which has thus far been responsible for a number of untethered jailbreaks across iOS 7 and 8, has finally broken its silence towards the constant public vilification and criticism by certain corners of the mobile security industry by posting an open and soul-bearing letter to its public facing website. The in-depth blog post has been given the title “Jailbreak Should not Tolerate Regional Discrimination,” and tackles many of the important issues that the team has been continually vilified for since entering the often controversial world of iOS jailbreaking.

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Every week, as you may know, the iTunes team responsible for the curation of the App Store hand pick an app to be featured as the free “App of the Week.” The choice is generally limited to a premium offering that serves up some exceptional content and functionality mixed with an impressive and immersive user-interface, after all, only the best-of-the-best get the Apple featured love. This week the privilege goes to Tangent by Pixie LLC – usually $1.99 – an app that provides “infinite opportunities to transform your photos into amazing works of art that can be shared and enjoyed.”

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It always represents an extremely exciting period of time whenever one of the big hitters in the mobile industry introduces, and subsequently launches, a new smartphone. It’s now time for Samsung to swim in the warm glow of recognition, thanks to the imminent launch of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. As exciting as these two new devices are, the pre-launch enthusiasm could be dampened slightly by a report suggesting that the two new devices will come preinstalled with a staggering 56 – fifty six – first-party applications.

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It was almost inevitable that the announcement of the Apple Watch would act as a catalyst for the introduction of a number of additional high-end competing wearables. Sure, there’s always going to be the Apple faithful who will blindly purchase whatever wares the Cupertino company chooses to roll out, but what about those who want a premium product without the hugely inflated price-tag attached? A relatively unknown startup out of San Francisco – called Olio – is looking to fill that gap by coming out of hiding with its own premium hardware and software in the form of a high-end smartwatch.

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As you may well be aware by now, the introduction of iOS 8.2 brought with it a shiny new stock app, dedicated purely to the the Cupertino company’s first new product in the last five years, the Apple Watch. The new “Apple Watch” app is designed and offered as a companion kit to work alongside and get the most out of Apple’s new smartwatch, but at the moment, is pretty useless without an actual physical Watch to pair with it. Thankfully, in a similar fashion to the recently revealed Apple Watch Activity app, developer Hamza Sood has managed to bypass this restriction and has posted screenshots of the app in its entirety.

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As part of a campaign to promote the world’s “most popular camera,” Apple has launched an overhaul of its official website to showcase some stunning world photography captured solely using the powerful iPhone 6 camera. The beautiful homage to the iPhone 6 is not only intended to highlight the power of the camera module that ships with Apple’s latest smartphone, but also illustrate the variety of photos taken by its users as well as share some tips and tricks on how to capture beautiful images using some of the App Store’s finest third-party photo and video apps.

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Here’s how you can control your Samsung TV right from the Notification Center on your iPhone. Complete details and download link can be found right here after the break.

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In an effort to expand its dominance in the desktop Web browser market, Google is experimenting with a number of under-the-hood changes that dramatically improve the zooming experience currently offered in its Chrome browser. The current publicly available build of Google Chrome for Mac already offers a less than polished pinch-to-zoom type functionality, which ultimately gets the necessary job done but suffers from the fact that it only allows noticeably jerky 10% incremental zooms. Google’s latest build of Chrome Canary for Mac takes things to the next level by introducing a polished Apple Safari-esque zooming experience.

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Majority of us have been in a situation at one time or another where we’ve been locked out of our homes -or place of work – because we’ve lost or misplaced our keys. It’s not going to be the worst thing that you ever have to contend with in your time on earth, but it can certainly prove to be extremely inconvenient and problematic if it happens. Can you imagine if you never had to worry about that again? What if you could simply carry a photo of your keys around on your smartphone and then use an app to print a 3D copy of it in the event if it’s lost? It’s a crazy world that we live in but that’s exactly what the KeyMe app for iPhone offers.

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Remember that mysterious Dodge Caravan kitted out with multiple cameras cruising the streets or Northern California last week? The fact that it was actually leased to Apple managed to not only turn a few heads, but also got a few tongues wagging about the possibility of Tim Cook’s company working on a next-generation vehicle to extend its current product offering.

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There has been an increasing amount of speculation and conjecture recently amongst technology analysts who claim that despite Apple’s recent record-breaking earnings call the Cupertino company could be in long-term jeopardy due to its lack of recent innovation. That level of doom and gloom has largely been dismissed by the wider technology community but it has managed to plant the seed in our minds of what Apple could potentially be working on next. According to multiple reports, Tim Cook’s company could be looking at self-driving vehicles, a possibility that has gained some credibility thanks to a mysterious Dodge Caravan that has been spotted in and around the Bay Area.

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Here’s how you can get an OS X Yosemite like dock on your iPhone or iPad. More details can be found right here after the break.

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We’ve seen a large number of concept products being bandied around the Internet over the last few years. Apart from the usual “next-generation iPhone or iPad” mockups and the “here’s what Apple’s next MacBook” will look like concepts, we’ve also had designers and engineers producing artwork for futuristic cars, robots with advanced artificial intelligence, and even invisible cloaks. With that in mind, it doesn’t seem so bizarre that a team of individuals have put their collective brains together and invented the “Mouse-Box” concept; an everyday looking mouse with an actual functioning computer built inside of it.

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Following hot on the heels of the addition of the Cricket Australia channel, the Cupertino giant has taken the opportunity to provide a refresh for United States based consumers using its Apple TV set-top box.

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Apple has made a concerned effort to try and improve most parts of its iOS platform in recent years. The release of iOS 8 represented a significant technological advancement for the platform, and although some may disagree due to the amount of bugs still present, it actually feels like the best version of the iPhone and iPad OS to date. One area that Apple has concentrated on, albeit extremely silently, is the native Phone app. With that in mind, if the Phone app doesn’t live up to your requirements, or you’re looking for something a little additional and you happen to be jailbroken, then the Area Code Display Pro package could potentially be the solution you’ve been seeking.

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CES, which is held annually in Las Vegas, represents a chance for the world’s most recognizable and innovative brands to descend on the Vegas Strip to showcase their latest and greatest wares to the world. LifeProof, the maker of waterproof cases for smartphone devices, has just used the trade show as a platform to introduce its latest waterproof offering, the fre Power, which not only offers the expected water resistance but also a large battery boost to the connected iPhone 6.

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It’s fair to say that the accessories industry for premium smartphones, such as the iPhone, is going from strength to strength year after year. As devices become more and more sophisticated, and therefore start to hold more residual value, consumers are looking for new and tested methods of accentuating the functionality of the device and keeping it in top notch condition. As part of CES 2015, Antenna79 has introduced a brand new range of cases that it claims will not only add visual appeal to Apple’s iPhone 6 and jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus, but will also provide a healthy boost to received signal strength and potentially improve battery life by up to two times.

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CES is always a great way to kick off the new year in technology laden style, with 2015 being no different. We’ve already witnessed a number of new and unique accessories for smartphones, and now, thanks to Hyper, we can also add the iStick Pro to that growing list of exciting products that will be available to consumers during 2015.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S series of smartphones may be sitting up there at the top of the food chain as some of the most popular devices in the world, but there’s always something a little “off” about them. Many consumers who were once staunch Samsung advocates and lovers of the Galaxy S series have abandoned ship in recent years in favor of a smartphone that can offer a more solid, robust experience built upon strong engineering expertise. Sadly for Samsung, its devices have never been what you could call ‘premium quality,’ which is something that could change if this purported body of the Galaxy S6 turns out to be a genuine article.

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It’s entirely understandable that a large percentage of consumers purchasing valuable devices will want to go to varying lengths to ensure that their investment is protected. It’s even more understandable when you consider the recent Bendgate scandal involving Apple’s jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus, which is alleged to be susceptible to damage if bent or stored in a certain way. Thankfully, we live in the age of innovation, and if there’s a problem, someone somewhere will try and solve it, which is exactly what a Korean company called Patchworks is trying to do with its tempered glass screen protector.

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