We’re getting to that time of year where graphic artists start to try and guess what the next iPhone will look like and what features it will contain, with concept art popping up all over the Internet. There are so many new concepts appearing every day that we can’t possibly tell you about them all, but when one appears to mimic the design aesthetic of the Apple Watch, we thought you might like to see it.

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Sometimes as the build up to a new iPhone gets to a point of fever pitch we start to see anyone and everyone with some CAD skills rush out to create concept art of what the new device will look like. The whole thing is rather entertaining and sometimes one of the designs end up at least close to what Apple ends up shipping.

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iPhone Messages app crash bug affects Twitter, Snapchat and even Mac OS X Messages app too. More details on this can be found here.

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We’re always on the lookout for new apps, and when they include something like an Apple Watch component while filling a void left by Apple’s own apps we can’t help but take notice. One such app is the email client Spark, created by the prolific and all around excellent team at Readdle.

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There are quite a few iOS apps that go free on the App Store once in a while, but nothing beats the free ‘App of the Week’ initiative by Apple which brings forth one quality app every week but with the usual price tag shed off. This week’s offering happens to be a game called Hyper Square, a puzzler which usually retails for $1.99 on the App Store.

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This is the official temporary fix by Apple for iOS Messages app crash and reboot bug on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Step by Step instructions are included.

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With Google I/O 2015 currently underway we can be sure of plenty of big announcements coming out of the developer event, but there will also be one or two smaller ones that while not likely to change the world nevertheless should not be underestimated. One such announcement is the availability of Google Cardboard for iOS.

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Pixelmator, the extremely popular Mac image editing and manipulation app has today come to the iPhone after initially making its iOS debut on the iPad back in October of last year. The new iPhone app is actually that same iPad app but converted into a universal app, meaning anyone who already owns Pixelmator for iPad now also owns Pixelmator for iPhone.

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Google Photos for iOS, Android, Web announced. Offers free unlimited cloud storage for photos and videos.

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Here’s how to turn your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus into Iron Man edition using this $25 skin. More details and video can be found here.

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Here’s how to permanently disable or turn off Facebook Messenger location logging on iOS and Android for more privacy.

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New iOS 9 leak points to ‘Proactive’ feature which will replace Spotlight on iPhone, iPad as we know it into more Google Now-like experience with location based information.

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Here’s how to fix iOS text Messages app crashing bug on iPhone or iPad if you’re jailbroken or non-jailbroken.

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Here’s how you can find iTunes movie discounts and deals the easy way right from your iPhone. More details and download link can be found here.

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Here’s a text message that can crash or reboot an iPhone instantly. More details on it and workarounds on how to avoid it can be found here.

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Here are 9 best iPhone pranks you can easily pull on your friends. There is something for everyone here, and you’ll end up with tons of free giggles.

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We love Touch ID and we know that you do too, so any app that can use the fingerprint sensor instead of forcing us to enter passwords, passcodes or anything else for that matter will always be a win for us. Finally, we can now include PayPal’s iPhone app in the list of apps that use Touch ID.

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Apple’s App of the Week isn’t the only way the Cupertino giant runs to offer its wide base of users apps and games for free. The other portal where Apple runs the same deal – which is a lesser known route – is its very own Apple Store app.

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iOS 9 for iPhone 6s will feature Force Touch display support. Changes to iMessage, stock keyboard and Apple Pay also detailed in new report.

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With iPhone 6s rumors beginning to gather momentum, a new report has hit the Web suggesting that the new smartphone could make use of a new and much thinner generation of LED backlighting chips. Obviously, this spells an either much slimmer new iPhone or one with more room for Apple to works its magic in.

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