An image of a revamped Pebble smartwatch has just been found hosted on the company’s own servers, coinciding nicely with the planned unveiling of its next-gen wearable this week. Head on over the jump for more details and a look at the new wearable.

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TaiG iOS 8.2 jailbreak has been released for beta 1 and beta 2. Here’s a complete tutorial on how to jailbreak any iPhone or iPad on iOS 8.2.

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A developer has managed to make Moto 360 Android Wear compatible with his iPhone 6. More details and video demo can be found after the break.

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Looking forward to a Saturday app hunt? Here are a few paid iOS and Mac apps that have gone absolutely free on the App Store for a limited period of time, and you should download them right now. Check out our rundown for today right after the jump!

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We love the Instant Hotspot feature, and if you have a Mac or iPad that needs to share an iPhone’s Internet connection, then it can be a lifesaver. We really do think being able to share one connection across multiple devices with zero configuration is brilliant.

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Here’s how you can use Facebook Messenger Stickers in Messages app on iOS 8. For more details, head past the jump.

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Here’s how to create blank spaces on iPhone home screen the easy way without jailbreak. For more details on how to do so, head past the break.

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Here’s how you can turn off Facebook app’s in-app sounds on iPhone and Android in a few easy steps. More details can be found here.

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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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Here’s how you can control your Samsung TV right from the Notification Center on your iPhone. Complete details and download link can be found right here after the break.

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Apple’s tendency to delay the introduction of features found on competing devices does tend to irk the iOS-loving community. After all, it took until 2012’s introduction of the iPhone 5 for the company’s product line to see 4G LTE, and lest we forget that NFC – a standard feature of many high-end handsets for years – only arrived with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus a matter of months ago. But Apple’s tendency not to rush means that said features are more refined when they do eventually manifest, and with many wondering how smaller-handed folk would deal with iOS on a 4.7 or 5.5-inch footprint leading up to the latest arrivals, the question was answered with Reachability. Now, one tweak manages to expand this implementation further, allowing jailbreakers to add widgets in the space left by dragging the UI downwards.

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Looking for an app to control your Mac / PC right from the comfort of your iPhone? Remote Mouse is the perfect app to help you get started with that, and this normally-paid app – $1.99 – can be downloaded right now for absolutely no cost for a limited period. Head over the jump for download link and details on what the app has to offer.

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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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If you’re a frequent Southwest Airlines flier then it’s going to be a good day for you because the app has received a new update that finally adds Passbook support. Late to the game, Southwest’s Passbook support comes after its competitors did the same quite some time ago.

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One of Apple’s recently approved patent applications may just give us a sneak peek at the virtual reality technology it has been working on. More details on the development can be found right after the break.

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While not everyone is a fan of putting a case on their iPhone, some of us are either just ham-fisted enough to drop them or have kids that like to throw them. Cases may not be ideal, but they definitely serve a purpose. A purpose which goes a long way when you start to consider its highest benefits.

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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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