iOS 9 for iPhone 6 benchmarks have just surfaced online, suggesting the test build is out in the wild. More details can be found here.

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Here are all the details you need to know about iOS 8.1.3 update for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. This includes details regarding jailbreak, bug fixes, amount of space it takes up and more.

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Although iOS, Android and Windows Phone all compete in the ongoing battle of the mobile platforms, it still makes sense for each of their respective vendors to create and maintain apps that serve a wider audience beyond their own ecosystems. Sure, Apple’s only charitable donation to the Play Store and Windows Phone Store is the inherited Beats Music at this point, but Microsoft is a lot more generous in this regard, and adding to a fleet of utilities already available at the App and Google Play Stores, the software giant has just dropped an official Outlook app for both iOS and Android, which is actually a rebranded and toned up Acompli app that it acquired back in December of last year. Full details, as well as those all-important download links, can be seen after the leap.

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The Pushbullet app, which has been around for Android users for quite a while, has gained full support for iPhone, iPad, and is now also available for Mac and Safari. Head on over after the jump for more on this release.

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Here’s how to downgrade iOS 8.1.3 to iOS 8.1.2 on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and use TaiG, Pangu8 or PP to jailbreak your device. Complete details and step-by-step guide can be found right here.

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iOS 8.1.3 vs iOS 8.1.2 speed and performance compared on video. More details and comparison video can be found right here after the jump.

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Before Apple’s earnings call tonight, we knew that the company was going to come through with the big numbers. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sold in monumentally high volumes during those first few weeks and months on sale, and the rampant shipments have certainly hindered rivals such as Samsung. Amid the fanfare, the Mac maker has also revealed that since 2007, it has shifted one billion iOS devices, which is a phenomenal achievement and shows the continued strength of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch line up.

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Huge iPhone sales saw Apple post equally huge profits for the past quarter, according to the firm’s quarterly earnings call.

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Want complete control over your Mac via your iPhone or iPad? Enter – Alfred Remote, the one app to rule your Mac remotely via your iOS device. For more information on this brilliant app, read on after the jump.

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iOS 8.1.3 Pangu, TaiG and PP jailbreak exploits for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has been patched by Apple with the release of this new firmware today. More details can be found right here past the jump.

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iOS 8.1.3 download links, which includes bug fixes and minor performance enhancements, has just been released for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and we’ve all the details right here under one roof.

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The so-called “iPad Air Plus,” a bit like the supposedly impending Retina MacBook Air, has been rumored ad nauseam over the past year or two, and despite the Cupertino company’s preoccupation with several other products including Apple Watch, reports still indicate that a larger tablet will be hitting the scene in the very near future. To keep the pool of ideas well stocked, one of our favorite designers has come through with some new renders of the elusive slate, which, notably, includes a stylus.

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Wi-Fi hotspots are incredibly common nowadays, and you don’t even have to be in the most built-up of areas to find a connectable router. But there are still those occasions where a hotspot cannot be found, or an apparently public network is closed off by means of a password, and rather than leaving you to ask around for those magical characters, there’s an app that allows users to submit networks and passwords for the wider audience to utilize. Networks are plotted on a map, meaning you can move around towards nearby hotspots, and when you’re within range, password details are provided on tap.

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Free stuff is always enticing, and while Apple may have scrapped the ‘iTunes Single of the Week’ freebie offer a short time ago, the Cupertino giant is back with a new section for those seeking fresh content without the usual fee. The aptly-named ‘Free on iTunes’ section includes songs from recording artists as well as TV shows from some renowned networks, although right now, it appears reserved for consumers in the United States.

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Looking forward to Apple revealing its 12-inch must-haves this year? These iPad Air Plus and 12-inch MacBook Air concept renderings will help compare the two devices side by side, especially the size. Head on after the jump for further details.

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The weekend’s here, and as always, we’re back with a handful of paid iOS and Mac apps that have gone free for a limited period. Catch us after the break for more details.

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When Apple announced that it was finally bringing widgets of sorts to the iOS ecosystem we all rejoiced. When we found out that widgets were actually going to be part of Notification Center, we all wondered how long it would be before Apple was going to reject apps that tried to make games playable as a widget.

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Here’s how you can add twice as much iTunes music on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch using this very simple trick. More details and complete step-by-step guide can be found right here.

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The latest iOS 8 issue to catch everyone’s attention is the ‘GMT Bug’ in Calendar app which seems to be messing up time zones of synced calendar events, where said events added by users are often springing up with a secondary time zone. More on this news, right after the jump.

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A new iOS and accompanying Mac app make it possible to unlock your computer using Touch ID, even if Apple hasn’t yet put a fingerprint sensor on its computers.

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