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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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2015 promises to carry on where the previous calendar year left off, which will hopefully see some of the world’s biggest companies introduce a range of technologically innovative hardware that will not only delight us as consumers, but also make our day-to-day lives easier. 2014 was all about the introduction of intelligent wearable devices, as well as blending biometric detection with existing consumer tech, which looks to not only continue but also dramatically move forward this year if this promotional video for the ViewSonic V55 smartphone is anything to go by.

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Smartphones have evolved dramatically over the last five years to become a necessity in our day-to-day existence, but what happens if you’re the forgetful type who happens to misplace belongings quite a lot? An iPhone is just another piece of mobile equipment, therefore making it small enough to be misplaced with relative ease. Thankfully, if this has ever happened to you there is now a solution in the form of a new jailbreak tweak called Clap.

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We think it’s pretty fair to say that smartwatches and intelligent wearable devices are going to be with us for the long haul. What was initially nothing more than an extension of a smartphone’s notification system has developed into a huge billion dollar industry with major players such as Samsung, LG, Sony and Apple all competing for market share. Of course, it’s not only the so-called “big boys” that can produce quality hardware, leaving smaller companies to get in on the action with innovative wearable solutions, which is exactly what the team behind the Indiegogo funded Kairos T-band have done.

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If you happen to be in the market for a new smartphone for yourself, a family member or a loved one then you can do a lot worse than grabbing one of HTC’s creations. Devices like the iPhone 6 and the Galaxy S5 seem to attract most of the mainstream praise for Apple and Samsung when people are discussing the best smartphone on the market, but let’s not forget about the likes of HTC who silently goes about its business by making quality, powerful and innovative hardware. As a gesture of goodwill to all men and women, HTC is running a limited time festive sale that allows anyone to receive 20% off any device when purchasing directly through the HTC website. How’s that for an early Christmas present?

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Consumers purchase smartphones based on a number of different factors. Some individuals are looking for a device with a powerful camera to capture high-quality photos. Some purchases are made purely on the aesthetics of the device, while others may look for a smartphone with a crisp, high-resolution display such as Apple’s Retina HD screen or Samsung’s 4.7-inch Super AMOLED. One thing we’re pretty sure consumers aren’t looking for with their next smartphone purchase is a powerful handheld device that spontaneously bursts into flames and burns right through the mattress on a bed, which is exactly what happened to this LG G3.

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Anyone who has ever owned an Apple TV will more than likely agree that it’s time for the company to introduce relatively major changes. Apple has historically referred to the Apple TV as a “hobby” project on more than one occasion, but with speculation mounting that third-party developers will see a dedicated Apple TV SDK sooner rather than later, it would appear that the set-top box has transcended beyond being just a lucrative hobby for Apple.

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Here’s a speed test comparison between iOS 8.2 beta 3 and iOS 8.1.2 download running on iPhone. Complete details and video can be found right here after the jump.

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Over the last few years the App Store has become such a crowded marketplace that it’s often extremely difficult to filter out the dreary mundane apps and find ones that really offer something unique and tangible.

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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.

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Here’s a quick and easy way on how to remove duplicate contacts from your iPhone. More details as well as download links can be found right here.

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Here’s a complete step-by-step guide on how to restore backed-up Cydia jailbreak tweaks, apps and sources on your iPhone or iPad. Complete details on how to do so can be found right here.

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Here’s a complete guide on how you can backup all your Cydia jailbreak tweaks, apps and sources on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to a safe location for restoration later.

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Want to secretly take photos and videos using iPhone camera with the display turned off? Here’s a simple way to do just that.

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Consumers are anxiously waiting for the release of the Apple Watch, but it seems that right at this minute in time it’s a twenty-year-old timepiece that’s attracting the most attention. It’s a little known fact that the intelligent timepiece announced by Apple in September of this year isn’t actually the first watch to bare the famous Apple logo. In fact, over the course of the Cupertino company’s history there have been numerous watches offered by Apple, although they have usually been created as part of a promotional push for other products. As they wait patiently for the modern Apple Watch to drop, customers are keeping themselves busy by snapping up one of those aforementioned creations, dating way back to 1995, before most of Apple’s product range as we know it even existed.

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Here’s how you can drastically boost your Mac’s sound volume and improve audio quality by a huge margin. More details can be found here.

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Third-party keyboards that exist on the App Store – such as the increasingly popular Swype – have promised to make typing out lengthy strings of texts on iPhone and iPad a lot easier and faster, but so far, haven’t managed to really achieve that increase in productivity that users would like. There’s no doubt that with a bit of improvement and learning from user feedback, existing third-party options will get better with time, but if you aren’t prepared to wait then there’s always the option of downloading Nintype, the new kid on the third-party keyboard block, promising typing speeds of up to 130 words-per-minute.

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak may not be as publicly prominent on the technology scene as many would like, but he still manages to appear in the most random of places. “The Woz” can often be found travelling, waxing lyrical about emerging technologies at conferences in every continent as well as talking fondly about his days in Silicon Valley with his beloved Apple. In his latest appearance, albeit an unexpected and non-commercial one, takes place at the W Hollywood Hotel where he quickly slips into demonstration mode to show off the hotel chains’ new SPG Keyless entry system.

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Most of us are still recovering from the frenzy that was this year’s Black Friday shopping extravaganza, but the same clearly can’t be said for online retailers gearing themselves up for Cyber Monday. The Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday is always a great time for consumers to grab some deals through various online retailers, with T-Mobile putting up a great offer for those looking to upgrade their current iPhone situation.

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Apple has consistently made it extremely easy to capture and store screenshots on iOS devices. The majority of users will know and understand that pressing the Home and Lock buttons together immediately invokes the screen capture utility built into iOS and saves an image of the current screen directly to the device’s Camera Roll. It’s fair to say that we often take this little piece of magic for granted, writing it off as an expected but not exactly powerful feature. The reality is that developers, journalists, designers and many other professionals regularly capture screenshots of what they are working on or writing about, often ending up with a Camera Roll full of unrequired clutter.

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As we approach the festive shopping season, potentially one of Apple’s most lucrative sales periods in recent times, the Cupertino giant has released another TV ad focusing on the recently released iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The video has been given the title “Voice Text” and follows hot on the heels of the fifth and sixth commercials featuring the voice and endorsements of celebrity A-listers Justin Timberlake and The Tonight Show host, Jimmy Fallon.

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