It’s official now. Apple will host a media event on Wednesday, September 9th, to unveil iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to the world.

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Apple’s September 9th media event that will finally see the iPhone 6s introduced to the world, is nearly here. Over the last few months we’ve heard, seen, and discovered pretty much everything that can be expected when the phone finally drops in, but just when you though you’ve read and seen it all, a new interesting piece of information has just been leaked. A new report, which cites a number of individuals who have allegedly used internal iPhone 6s test devices, is suggesting that the team at Cupertino is developing an Apple Watch-like Motion wallpaper functionality for the new phone to inject some dynamism into it.

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We’ve seen and discovered pretty much everything there is to know about Apple’s actual iPhone 6s hardware, so what’s left to lean prior to the September 9 unveiling? Well, there’s the packaging to consider, of course. With the packaging in mind, a new low-quality photograph has been thrust into the public domain, and allegedly shows off Apple’s official product packaging for its upcoming iPhone 6s Plus.

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After months of build up, Google today finally launched its competitor to Twitch, with YouTube Gaming going live on the web today, and its iOS & Android apps also being made available.

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Now that WhatsApp Web Client for iPhone has finally launched, it is understandable that the service will be an entirely new experience for most users out there. If you’re an iPhone user and wondering how to use WhatsApp on your PC or Mac, we have you covered right here with our step-by-step guide.

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A new report has alleged that more than 220,000 iCloud accounts have potentially been compromised by malicious jailbreak tweaks masquerading themselves as trustworthy installations. Those who are regularly involved in the world of jailbreaking may want to pay particularly close attention, as it seems that a number of extensions and tweaks use sophisticated attack measures to acquire very specific information from the jailbroken host device.

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The introduction of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 was enough to raise excitement levels amongst those who adore large screen devices. Samsung essentially created the “phablet” market, so it’s only right and proper that consumers continue to get excited for the continuation of the Note range. The specifications of the Note 5 are enough to make anyone believe that the device would outperform most competing devices, especially a flagship from 2014, such as Apple’s iPhone 6. With that said, we should all know by now that raw specs alone don’t tell the full story.

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To prevent accidental email deletions from the Mail app, iOS has a feature that adds an extra confirmation button to proceedings. Here’s how you can enable it.

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As we tiptoe towards September, the time for a new iPhone approaches, and with the iPhone 6s expected to arrive in the coming weeks, we have started to see more and more supposed leaks. While photos of internal parts and screens are pretty much par for the course at this point in a new iPhone’s lifecycle, MacRumors has been given a video that shows at least part of the new iPhone being powered on, though it stops just short of showing anything truly useful.

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Built as a research project, Microsoft has created a 3D scanning app for iPhone that might be the most powerful solution available on a mobile platform right now. The best part is that it doesn’t require any extra hardware to pull this off as all of the processing takes place on the iPhone itself.

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An individual claiming to be a representative of China Telecom has confirmed specs of Apple’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Apple is expected to launch its new phones at a media event on September 9th.

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Here’s a step by step guide on how to enable and sync iCloud Photos to your Windows 10 PC. This will not only enable you to see photos from your iPhone or iPad on your Windows 10 computer, but will also enable you to add new photos from your Windows PC which you can see on your iOS device.

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AirPano Travel Book is a $3 iPhone & iPad app that offers 360º aerial panoramic tours of the planet’s most gorgeous places. Here’s how you can get it for free.

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A British company called Intelligent Energy has created what it purports to be the world’s first hydrogen-powered battery that could be integrated into smartphone devices. The company, which boasts a wealth of experience over the last two decades within energy research and development roles, has created a functioning prototype of its revolutionary battery technology. It has reportedly been integrated into an Apple iPhone 6, utilizing the headphone socket as a refuel port for the required hydrogen.

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As is always the case every week, Apple has announced its free ‘App of the Week’, with puzzler Quell Memento+ being the offering this time around.

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That’s it, folks. Apple has flipped the switch on signing window of iOS 8.4, which means you can no longer downgrade iOS 8.4.1 to iOS 8.4 or any other firmware version.

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Apple has just launched an ‘iSight camera replacement program for iPhone 6 Plus’ following confirmations that some devices sold between September 2014 and January 2015 have a faulty component in the camera module, which results in blurry photos.

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Good news, jailbreakers! The Chinese team Pangu has managed to successfully jailbreak iOS 8.4.1. They demonstrated their jailbreak on an iPhone 6 running the latest iOS 8.4.1 at the recent HackPwn2015 security conference.

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Jailbreak users, as you might know by now, Apple has released iOS 8.4.1 for supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. If you’re a jailbreaker and have your device already jailbroken on either iOS 8.4, 8.3, 8.2 or 8.1.3, here’s what you need to know.

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Gone are the days when a large company can work silently on a new product and surprise the world with its introduction. We sometimes look back affectionately on the days when the unveiling of a new smartphone, tablet or computer were a complete mystery, but not anymore. We already know pretty much everything there is to know about Apple’s iPhone 6s, including a purported release date, but now it seems that we’ve also been given an indication of when the next-generation iPhone will be available for pre-order.

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