Apple’s big media event, taking place next week on September 9th, has more than a touch of mystery about it. With new iPhones traditionally announced in the first couple of weeks of September, there’s little doubt that we will see the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus unveiled at the event, but the size of the venue – the 7,000 seater Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – has many wondering whether there will be a little something extra up Apple’s sleeve.

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Amazon today made quite the leap in its war with Netflix after beginning to allow both iOS and Android users to download movies and TV shows to their devices for offline viewing. Before today, streaming was the only way to enjoy content via Amazon Prime.

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Want WhatsApp for iPad, iPad mini and iPod on iOS 8.4? Here is how to download, install WhatsApp iPad and iPod touch version on your device.

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Additional information pertaining to the iCloud account compromise that we reported about last week has now been made public, including a way of checking if you’ve been compromised.

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Apple’s new ‘App of the Week’ is the snappily named Nighty Night Circus – bedtime story & lullaby for kids, and you can now download it for free on your iPhone and iPad.

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Portal by Pushbullet, already available for Android but now also live on Apple’s iOS App Store, allows users to move large files between their iOS devices and a computer by using a WiFi connection as the method of transport.

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ReBoard is a new iPhone and iPad keyboard app that lets you do common app-like tasks, like searching Wikipedia or sharing Dropbox links, without actually having to switching to these apps.

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Here’s how to reset ‘Trust This Computer?’ alert in iOS and untrust all computers connected to your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It is important to note that there’s no way to untrust one particular computer, if you want to untrust a computer, you will need to untrust all the computers your device has ever been connected to. If you think that’s not a problem, follow the steps below on how to do it.

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Announced at the E3 conference earlier this year, Square Enix’s new Lara Croft GO mobile game is available today for the first time across iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms.

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Here’s how to live stream Apple’s September 9 iPhone 6s event keynote on Windows, Android, iOS, Mac OS X and the Apple TV. The live stream will begin at 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern on Wednesday, Sept. 9.

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After months of build up, Google today finally launched its competitor to Twitch, with YouTube Gaming going live on the web today, and its iOS & Android apps also being made available.

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A new report has alleged that more than 220,000 iCloud accounts have potentially been compromised by malicious jailbreak tweaks masquerading themselves as trustworthy installations. Those who are regularly involved in the world of jailbreaking may want to pay particularly close attention, as it seems that a number of extensions and tweaks use sophisticated attack measures to acquire very specific information from the jailbroken host device.

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To prevent accidental email deletions from the Mail app, iOS has a feature that adds an extra confirmation button to proceedings. Here’s how you can enable it.

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Here’s a step by step guide on how to enable and sync iCloud Photos to your Windows 10 PC. This will not only enable you to see photos from your iPhone or iPad on your Windows 10 computer, but will also enable you to add new photos from your Windows PC which you can see on your iOS device.

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AirPano Travel Book is a $3 iPhone & iPad app that offers 360º aerial panoramic tours of the planet’s most gorgeous places. Here’s how you can get it for free.

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As is always the case every week, Apple has announced its free ‘App of the Week’, with puzzler Quell Memento+ being the offering this time around.

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That’s it, folks. Apple has flipped the switch on signing window of iOS 8.4, which means you can no longer downgrade iOS 8.4.1 to iOS 8.4 or any other firmware version.

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Good news, jailbreakers! The Chinese team Pangu has managed to successfully jailbreak iOS 8.4.1. They demonstrated their jailbreak on an iPhone 6 running the latest iOS 8.4.1 at the recent HackPwn2015 security conference.

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Jailbreak users, as you might know by now, Apple has released iOS 8.4.1 for supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. If you’re a jailbreaker and have your device already jailbroken on either iOS 8.4, 8.3, 8.2 or 8.1.3, here’s what you need to know.

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Wouldn’t it be great if we could recapture some of the nostalgia of the VHS days using our iPhone? The aptly named VHS Camcorder aims to do just that on your iOS device, and it’s available to download from the App Store right now.

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