Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 6: Samsung shamelessly copies Apple’s design and feels proud about it. Thoughts and opinions on the matter can be found right here.

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As part of a campaign to promote the world’s “most popular camera,” Apple has launched an overhaul of its official website to showcase some stunning world photography captured solely using the powerful iPhone 6 camera. The beautiful homage to the iPhone 6 is not only intended to highlight the power of the camera module that ships with Apple’s latest smartphone, but also illustrate the variety of photos taken by its users as well as share some tips and tricks on how to capture beautiful images using some of the App Store’s finest third-party photo and video apps.

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USB flash drives are fairly cheap, and nowadays, you can pick one up online with capacities exceeding 100GB for next to nothing. In fact, 128GB thumb drives are fairly commonplace, and effortlessly convenient since files can be moved around without the need for hard drives or cloud storage, which requires a decent Internet connection when we’re talking about the hundreds of gigabytes. Today, SanDisk has launched a variant of its existing flash drive that not only offers 128GB for an enticing sub-$150 price point, but it also packs its own Lightning connector that brings Apple’s iPhone and iPad into play.

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Cydia Substrate alternative Substitute for jailbreak store iMods is now available as Alpha download. More details can be found right here.

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Rumors surrounding the expected two new iPhones that Apple will launch this year are starting to solidify, with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus believed to be on course for a release around September time, if past timings are anything to go by.

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It’s been a little while since we heard of an iPhone setting fire to itself and causing untold havoc and destruction, so here we are. What a great way to get the weekend up and running!

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Apple’s decision to open certain segments of its mobile platform up to developers with iOS 8 was much lauded by the tech community, and from a day-to-day standpoint, the introduction of third-party keyboard support has been something of a godsend. The likes of SwiftKey, Fleksy and Swype have undoubtedly made our lives a great deal easier, but even these long-standing utilities don’t solve all of our issues and gripes with typing on a mobile device. Having to re-type the same phrases and words can prove tiresome, and even though AutoFill comes to our rescue at times, there are instances whereby we just repeat ourselves time and again. Luckily, though, there’s an app for that.

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It’s new iOS and Mac wallpaper time, and with Apple having just announced a new media event there is only one thing for it: turn the invite into a wallpaper.

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VLC is rightly considered the best and most versatile video player of them all. Renowned predominantly for its ability to handle any and all file formats thrown at it, maker VideoLAN has been busily updating and improving its assortment of mobile variants, and today, has made a rather big announcement in this regard. The crux of it is that VLC will be returning to iPhone and iPad, having been in hiding since the launch of iOS 8; the Android version is now finally out of beta as VideoLAN also adds an app for Android TV (beta), and there are also new versions for Windows Phone and Windows RT – along with a few other notable updates across the wider VLC product range. So, not much, then.

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Apple has stopped signing iOS 8.2 beta 2 and 1, making upgrade and jailbreak impossible for iPhone, iPad users. More details can be found here.

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Apple is reportedly planning to set iOS 8.2 release date for next Monday, after keeping its mobile software in beta for quite a while. Head over the jump for further details on this news.

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Back in the earlier days of jailbreaking, TinyUmbrella was an invaluable tool. Used to extract certain device-specific files and preserve them for safe-keeping, its primary use was to create pseudo servers from which iOS users could restore / update to software that Apple was no longer signing. Put simply, Apple stepped up to the mark, essentially nullifying the usefulness of TinyUmbrella almost completely, but now, its author has defiantly outlined his intention to restore it to its former glory.

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Apple has broadened the horizons of its native mapping service by bringing animated 3D imaging to Maps. Beginning in London with landmarks like Big Ben and the London Eye, it adds a nice, real-time feel to browsing in three dimensions, and in due course, should reach other major cities and iconic structures across the world.

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This great wireless printing app for iPhone and iPad has gone free for a limited period of time – usually costs $6.99. If you print to a wireless printer from your iPhone or iPad, then this is an app you definitely want.

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Locking a door with a simple Yale or Chubb is largely a thing of the past thanks to the many startups that have brought smart systems into play. Joining the party today is an intriguing product that takes your standard deadbolt lock and allows you to unlock using only your smartphone – iPhone and Android, both.

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There has rarely been so many different versions of iOS in use at once as there are today. Most current iPhones and iPads are running iOS 8.1.3 download, but with a fifth beta of iOS 8.2 in the wild and iOS 8.3 beta 2 arriving just a couple of days ago, lots of people are wondering which build offers the best battery life.

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New numbers show Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are steadily taking market share away from Android devices. It’s believed the two new iPhones are the reason for iOS growing significantly faster than Google’s Android, with the latter even seeing a reduction in market share during quarter four of 2014 according to new figures from an analytic firm.

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Have you ever wanted to just have a quick check of Reddit to see what’s going on? You know, just a quick peek to satisfy that Reddit urge that even the best of us have to succumb to once in a while. It can’t be helped and in fact, it should probably be nurtured. Because Reddit is awesome.

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Yesterday, Apple unleashed iOS 8.3 beta 2 to developers, and with it, we got further insight into plans to expand the range of emoji. One thing that most software updates seek improve is speed and general performance on the older supported devices, which, in this case, would be the iPhone 4s and iPhone 5. With this in mind, tests have been carried out on both handsets pitting the new beta against the latest public release that is iOS 8.1.3 download, and it does seem like iOS 8.3 will offer a generous improvement, particularly to those rocking older Apple mobile devices.

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The Facebook Messenger app for iOS has just been updated, bringing with it the much lauded iOS 8 share extension bound to make our experience richer and more convenient. Head on after the jump for further details on this development along with that important download link for the app itself.

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