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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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It’s the period of time when educated speculation, wild conjecture and insane fantasy starts to get thrown around pertaining to what we could actually see being introduced during Apple’s event tomorrow. The invitation headline of “It’s been way too long” doesn’t really give much away, but needless to say that hasn’t stopped even the deepest, darkest corners of the Internet from chipping in with its two cents worth. As we try to separate the “potentials” from the “no ways” we once again take guidance from KGI Securities’ analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a proven track record of predicting what lies ahead and believes that tomorrow’s event could be heavily iMac centric.

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Interbrand, one of the world’s leading and most recognized brand consultancies, has just released its Best Global Brands list for 2014, and there’s no prizes for guessing who sits on top of the rankings.

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Now that Apple has officially announced the existence of a dedicated media event next week, let the intense speculation begin. We’ve been expecting the invitations to arrive for quite some time, with the general consensus being that Tim Cook will unite his executive team once again in San Francisco to introduce the world to the future of the iPad. As part of that introduction, Apple is heavily expected to announce the second-generation iPad Air, which will of course feature a plethora of upgraded and new components in its hardware DNA, including this 2GB Elpida RAM chip, if the latest leaks are to be believed.

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Regardless of whether you have positive or negative connotations regarding Apple as a company, it’s very difficult to argue with the level of masterfulness that goes into designing and crafting each and every Apple device. In today’s market it’s rare to find another company that goes into the same level of design detail that seems to be applied to each and every Apple device, and even rarer to find the same level of expertise applied to third-party accessories, which is why the Spira immediately stands out as an innovative accessory worthy of applaud.

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It is clearly evident from the early sales figures that Apple’s latest iPhone has resonated with the smartphone community. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus are flying off bricks and mortar and digital shelves in every country they are available in, with the Cupertino company adding more territories weekly. Tim Cook’s company has also acted quickly to put recent India based speculation to rest by issuing a press release to announce that both iPhone 6 models will be available in the South Asian country on October 17, with pre-orders becoming available even earlier.

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Apple’s decision to launch a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone may have ruffled a few feathers and divided opinion right down the middle, but there’s one thing that’s for sure; the jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus will definitely appeal to those who love to create, edit and consume media on the move. The 5.5-inch Retina HD display of the iPhone 6 Plus makes watching high-definition videos, swiping through photograph galleries and just generally interacting with any visual content an absolute pleasure. For those individuals who love creating and sharing moving masterpieces, Adobe has just launched its Premiere Clip application for iPhone & iPad, designed and developed to make editing videos a much simpler and more enjoyable task.

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The list of advertised features should be more than enough to convince even the most reluctant user that Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones are a worthy competitor to any device on the market. With that said, if you’re one of the few still sitting on the fence, unable to make your mind up about the jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus, then maybe this little video will push you over the edge.

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Apple’s initial foray into the world of wearable technology has been speculated, analyzed and discussed consistently over the last 18 months, but only made official when Tim Cook introduced us to the Apple Watch on September 9th. After showing off the beautiful aesthetics of the various models, brushing over the important technical specifications, and showing the obligatory Apple marketing video pertaining to the watch, Cook would only say that the wrist wear would be launched sometime during “early 2015″. So, no shiny new Apple Watch in time for the festive season, but if reports emerging from China are to be believed then we could be looking at a worldwide February 2015 launch for the wearable.

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Tuesday’s introduction of Windows 10 has pretty much everyone in the tech stratosphere discussing the reasoning behind the decision to miss out Windows 9. The majority of pundits and technology analysts involved in keeping abreast of Microsoft news were pretty sure that the company would release an all-singing, all-dancing product that would make the usual evolutionary jump up the naming ladder from Windows 8 to Windows 9. Alas, that was not to be the case, but why you ask? According to one Reddit user, a piece of common code found in a large set of third-party apps could provide us with an answer to that problem.

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Apple has added a section to the existing iCloud.com domain that will allow users to easily check and determine whether or not an iOS device is currently protected via the Find my iPhone Activation Lock initiative, or in other words, whether the device being sold is stolen or not. The new section is a simple Web page that allows anyone with the IMEI or serial number of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to check the Activation Lock status of that individual device in an effort to protect themselves against purchasing a piece of hardware that cannot be used without the original owner’s iCloud credentials.

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We’ve got the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. We’ve had an initial look at the soon-to-be-released Apple Watch. We’ve even see a glimpse at what Apple deems to be the future of mobile payments using NFC in Apple Pay. That leaves us with nothing but time to focus and mull over what the Cupertino company could potentially have in line for us with the future of the iPad. It’s pretty much a given that we will see an iPad refresh before the end of the year, but keeping in line with previous reports and leaks, Bloomberg is now adding weight to the speculation that any new full-size iPad could be offered in multiple colors.

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If you’re approaching this festive season with one eye on purchasing a low-cost laptop or an extremely cheap Android tablet then it could be worth holding off on the usual – but somewhat limited – options.

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The eventual – and successful – release of iOS 8.0.2 has not only saved Apple from further iOS related embarrassment, but it’s also acted as a catalyst for another internal decision. Hours after successfully pushing out the latest version of iOS, which introduces a number of new features as well as fixing some serious bugs that were accidentally introduced with 8.0.1, Apple has also stopped digitally signing the iOS 7.1.2 firmware, making it impossible for users to downgrade from iOS 8.

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If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, but took the opportunity to pass on Apple’s recently released iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the hope that rumors pertaining to the Google Nexus 6 might be true, then you could be in luck.

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After the successful launch of the iPhone 6 and the jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus Apple could potentially be planning to bring additional product updates to the market during the month of October.

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As well as introducing the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Pay, and the Apple Watch during the September 9th media event at The Flint Center, Apple also teased a couple of new advertisements focusing on the iPhone 6. The recently released sales figures for the latest and greatest iPhone suggest that it doesn’t really need an overly complex advertising campaign to convince the public to embrace it, but hey, a little bit of celebrity endorsement never hurts, right? Following on from the event, Apple has released the first two of what we expect will be a number of iPhone 6 dedicated ads, titled “Huge” and “Cameras”.

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Apple’s recently released iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus may be breaking sales records and keeping customers happy aesthetically, but what about the actual, real-world performance of the devices?

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The iPhone 6 and the jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus have clearly captured the imagination of new and existing iOS users around the world with Apple recording more than four million pre-orders taken in the first 24-hours of availability and 10 million units sold in 3 days alone. Add that together with the fact that the majority of models are sold out in most locations and you have yet another successful product launch for the Cupertino company. You would imagine that the initial excitement would focus on the new functionality of the hardware, or the new features of iOS 8, but it appears you would imagine wrong. Thanks to the RatedRR YouTube channel, the interest seems to lie in attempting to torture and destroy the hardware through various acts, such as this latest destruction video recorded at a staggering 35,000 frames-per-second.

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Apple has finally flipped the switch. You can now download iOS 8 from the links given below. The immediate availability of iOS 8 means that users with compatible devices can start to process over-the-air updates to their iPhone or iPad to get started with the latest iteration of iOS. Alternatively, the live download links are also available for anyone who prefers to manually craft a full back-up of the device before restoring to the latest, and supposedly greatest, version of iOS.

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Following on from the release of the initial segment, the second part of Tim Cook’s in-depth interview with Charlie Rose has now been published, and is available to watch in full.

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