Apple has always found itself being associated with the word ‘magical,’ especially where the iPad is concerned. As this magician reveals in his act that he pulls off with an iPad as a prop, Apple has clearly not hit that note enough. Head over the jump to watch him pull some truly amazing tricks on a live show.

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Our smartphones and tablets are not only useful forms of communication, productivity and reference, but they also make for great entertainment devices, and as such, the likes of the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store are awash with some awesome titles. For a limited time, an immensely popular puzzler for iOS has gone completely free of charge, and if you’re looking for a challenging title with effortless pick-up-and-play-ability, then check the details below.

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iOS 9 public beta for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch users is on its way to fight and fix bugs. More details on the development can be found here.

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Back before Apple brought widgets to Notification Center via the Today screen, one of the more popular widget requests was for something that showed the most recent tweets in a user’s timeline. There were plenty of options for just that in Cydia, the jailbreak store, and it was expected that such things would be equally popular once iOS 8 and its widgets shipped back in September.

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Microsoft has just updated its OneNote app for the iPad, bringing in a host of new features to the fore. And we’ll take a look at what’s new right after the jump.

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Want to explore the digital artist in you, but don’t have that much needed graphics tablet? Well if you’re a Mac user and happen to own an iPad, then you can simply turn your Apple slate into a graphics tablet with an app called Astropad. We take a closer look at what the app has to offer, right after the jump.

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Apple has been rather busy in the software department of late, and where we’re used to seeing one major iOS update at around this point every year, the Cupertino company is already working on iOS 8.3 download, iOS 8.4, and as per a number of reports, iOS 9. The former is, naturally the next in line, and although its major talking point is the Apple Watch support, there are a number of other alterations besides. As per a new report, Siri will also be getting a little attention as well, and below, we take a look at just how the voice assistant will improve once iOS 8.3 finally emerges.

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Taking screenshots on iOS couldn’t be easier. Just by holding down the Home and sleep/wake buttons simultaneously, anyone can take a screenshot that is automatically saved to the device’s Camera Roll. Screenshots are great for showing developers what bugs look like, or just sharing something awesome with your friends. Some people even like to see what everyone else’s home screens look like and you’ll need to take a screenshot for that.

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Dropbox for iOS today received a major update that added a feature we have all been crying out for ever since the app first found its way onto the App Store: the ability to save any file directly to Dropbox without having to open the app.

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Here’s how you can set up and use iOS 8 keyboard shortcuts on iPhone and iPad. More details and complete step-by-step guide can be found right here.

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Here are some super useful iOS keyboard tips to type much faster on your iPhone. For complete illustration and demo, check out the full post right here.

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Even though Apple has, with iOS, sought to make it easy for us to capture photos and videos quickly before that Kodak Moment passes us by, there’s always a bit of a delay, and it’s the split-second wait while we open up the app, gather our composure, position the device and shoot, that can be the difference between a perfect, treasured snap and a blurred impression of the aftermath. The app we’re featuring today has made a name for itself on Google’s Android in the past for the speed in which it permits one to take photos, and with widget support also a part of the deal following the iOS 8 update, this is one tool that all amateur photographers should have in their armory.

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This handy iOS 8 extension lets you view a photo’s exif metadata right from Photos app on iPhone or iPad, and has gone free for a limited time. More details and download link can be found here.

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Running a jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch offers many well-documented advantages over stock software, namely the ability to alter the functionality and UX in ways that Apple would simply never permit. But it’s not all a bed of roses, of course. Jailbreaks are, after all, the result of developers finding and exploiting holes within the Apple platform, so while the plus points of running jailbroken vs. untouched software may be enticing, you may also be afflicted by nastiness that would otherwise not have reached you. Case in point: a new proof-of-concept tweak that is not only dangerous, but potentially fatal to your device in that, as per the author, it will brick your device irreversibly once installed.

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Not impressed with your iPhone or iPad’s battery life? Then you should try out this app that has just gone free for a limited time – $0.99 value – and is available to download right away. Head over the jump for further details.

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For just a short moment it seemed that the iPad Air Plus rumors were going to take a back seat while the Apple iCar took center stage, but here we are once again with a new leak that purports to show an iPad Air Plus case.

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Stability across different versions of mobile operating systems is never easy, not at least because developers are usually trying to cram as many new headline-grabbing features in as possible. At some point it’s almost inevitable that bugs are going to sneak through.

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Here’s how you can watch Cricket World Cup 2015 matches live stream online on your iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone / tablet, Apple TV or the Web in the US, UK, India, Pakistan or anywhere else in the world. More details can be found here.

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Here’s a list of some of the best paid iOS, Mac, and Android apps out there that can be downloaded absolutely free for a limited time. Head over the jump for the rundown of the apps.

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iOS 8.1.3 Jailbreak Status Update

By | February 15th, 2015

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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