The existence of a large ‘iPad Pro’ has been discussed for quite some time now. It’s widely accepted that Apple is planning on adding to its existing iPad lineup by building and unveiling a larger ‘Pro’ model, that would be predominantly aimed at business consumers and educational institutes. We accept that the larger tablet is real, more so after the latest discovery of an iPad identifier in data logs, but when is it coming? Well, according to a new prediction by prolific predictor Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, the Pro version of Apple’s iPad will definitely enter into mass production before October ends.

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Apple just released final version of iOS 8.4.1 download links for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. This release comes almost a month after iOS 8.4 was released with support for Apple Music in late June.

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Apple’s iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and iOS 9 release date has been revealed by a new report. This report comes in from Germany where sources have learned Apple’s plans to release its 2015 flagship phones on German carriers.

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It was approximately eight months ago that we first told you about the new iMods store that was under development. The Cydia alternative, which has garnered a lot of attention in the jailbreak community due to its functionality, has clearly come a long way since last year’s demonstration. Now, in an effort to promote the app and keep jailbreak lovers up to date with its development, the team behind iMods have released another video that shows the app in all of its glory.

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Apple has announced its free ‘App of the Week’ for this week, with the game Time Surfer: Endless Arcade Magic going free for a limited time.

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Users of iOS 9 will be able to instruct their iPhones and iPads to update themselves while they sleep, meaning there will be no more twiddling of thumbs while they wait for their devices to become usable again.

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Here’s how to restore your accidentally deleted iCloud files, contacts, calendars and reminders entries the easy way from iCloud.com.

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When Apple announced HomeKit, its iOS framework for controlling smart devices around the home, such as thermostats, door locks and lights, we expected to see every accessory maker under the sun rush to get accessories out the door. As it turned out, Apple’s own inability to get all of its API ducks in a row have hampered the release of hardware, but that is starting to come to an end. One of the devices first outed at January’s CES – the iHome iSP5 SmartPlug – is now available to buy.

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The latest version of iTunes version 12.2.2 is now available to download for both Windows PCs and Mac OS X computers. Full changelog along with direct download links are as follows.

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It’s now confirmed. The TaiG jailbreak for iOS 8.4, iOS 8.3, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3 has been patched by Apple in the latest iOS 8.4.1 release.

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Update: iOS 8.4 has been released, and so is TaiG and PP jailbreak for iOS 8.4. iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5s, 5c, 5, 4s, all iPads and iPod touches are supported. You can download the jailbreak tool of your choice from below and then follow our guides on how to jailbreak your device on iOS 8.4.

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Whenever Apple introduces newer versions of its iOS or OS X platforms, it’s generally the marketed and discussed features that garner all of the attention. With iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan currently in the development and testing stages in preparation for a potential September release, there are unannounced inclusions that are being discussed. A Reddit user has discovered a real-time flight tracking feature embedded in iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan that Apple has so far neglected to mention in any of its official discussions regarding the two platforms.

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After grabbing the headlines earlier this week for undergoing a major company restructure Google is back again. The world’s largest search engine, which now falls under the Alphabet umbrella, has updated its Google app for iOS for the first time in two months. Version 7.0 introduces an additional layer of power around voice search and integration, as well as enhancing the results displayed when searching locally. The free-of-charge upgrade should be visible right now for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch owners via the App Store.

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RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 for iOS has arrived on the App Store, bringing with it none of the in-app purchase nonsense that we saw in previously-released RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile, and instead of being free to play, costs a reasonable $4.99.

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Parallels Access app for iOS has just been updated to version 3.0, bringing with it a bunch of improvements, most notably the experimental support for playing PC games on your iPhone or iPad, support for the Apple Watch, and file sharing for both Android and iOS devices.

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Upgraded to Windows 10 and now iTunes is not detecting or recognizing your iPhone? Is short, it doesn’t see your iPhone or any other iOS device at all? You are not alone. After the upgrade, many people are complaining that iTunes is not recognizing their iOS device when connected to a PC running Windows 10.

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For limited time only, here’s how to download Goat Simulator On iOS for free on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Normally it costs $5 from the App Store.

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Another day is upon us and we have yet another leaked set of 3D CAD files that purportedly show one of Apple’s upcoming hardware products. A number of reports over the last few weeks have suggested that the fourth-generation iPad mini will fall in line visually with the current iPad flagship model, the iPad Air 2. This change would involve in reduction in thickness from 7.5mm to 6.1mm. The latest 3D CAD files to make an appearance on the web seem to support that speculation by showing a device that measures in at just 6.13mm in thickness and looks a lot like its bigger brother.

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If iTunes won’t install for you on Windows 10 with error HRESULT: 0x80073715, this is what you need to fix and successfully get it to install on your computer running Windows 10.

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Every week, Apple features an impressive app as its ‘App of the Week’ which is made available for free for seven days before it returns to its original price. The time has arrived again and this week’s app happens to be one with some of the best 3D photo effects you’ll ever come across on your iOS device, and if you wish to save on the $1.99 price tag that it usually carries, now is the time.

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