A new set of photos claiming to show iPhone 7 chassis have leaked online. Everything looks like we imagine it would in line with previous speculation, that is until you take into consideration the perforations intended for the iPhone 7 speaker system. We’ve heard about the possibility of a dual-speaker setup on Apple’s next iPhone, but this leak introduces the possibility of the device shipping with four built-in speakers, like the ones found on iPad Pros.

Here is a list that highlights a handful of the best jailbreak tweaks to be released this week, in and out of Cydia. They’re in no particular order, but they’re all equally worth checking out if you are jailbroken.

Facebook-owned Instagram app also has a hidden inbox meant for direct messages from users you don’t follow. Here’s how to find it.

It’s that time of the weekend again when we curate a number of fantastic technology deals to thrust in front of you. Of course, if you were in the market for a brand new Xbox One 1TB console and an additional controller to go with it that can optionally also be hooked up to a Windows PC, then you’re in luck. There are also a bunch of Samsung computer monitor displays available at up to 40% off their usual prices. There’s 11-inch Lenovo laptop with Windows 10 as well that costs just $260. Last but not least, there’s an iPhone 6s battery case, and a 64GB high-speed microSD card thrown in for good measure as well.

Jarvis is a new chat bot for Facebook Messenger which lets you easily set reminders on both the web and mobile app version of Messenger. Here’s how it works.

Here’s how you can watch Game of Thrones Season 6 for free online without a cable subscription to HBO’s paid service.

A new leak, courtesy of Weibo, not only shows what appears to be a dual-lens camera setup for what is claimed to be an iPhone 7 Plus, but also a new 256GB storage option at the high-end.

Is there a tool available to jailbreak iOS 9.3.1 or iOS 9.3? Here’s our latest on the state of iOS 9.3.1 and iOS 9.3 jailbreak for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

It’s that time of the week yet again. Apple is throwing a quirky little puzzler at us iPhone and iPad users as part of its Free App of the Week initiative, and it is one that is bound to keep most of us occupied. Usually retailing for $0.99, it can now be grabbed for absolutely free till next Thursday.

You could be forgiven for thinking that devices like Apple’s iPhone 3Gs would be cherished and kept in a safe place, not only for nostalgic reasons, but for the fact that the value of a mint condition older iPhone will only rise as time progresses. Even more so for those who own every generational device that Apple has produced since 2007. That may be the mentality that a lot of us would have, but it’s certainly not the mindset that can be seen in this new video which pits an iPhone 3Gs against a waterjet cutter, and well you understand what happens next right?

Google’s annual I/O conference may be extremely useful for developers from all over the world to sit down with Google engineers and get advice on how to better structure code and build more efficient apps, but it’s also an excellent opportunity for the average technology fan to get an insight into the future of smart products. At last year’s I/O, Google took the opportunity to announce a partnership with Levi’s that would ultimately result in the production of a wearable item manufactured from a ‘smart fabric’. Twelve months later, Google has used this year’s gathering in Mountain View to announce that its ‘Project Jacquard’ team in collaboration with Levi’s, will be releasing a smart version of the Levi’s Commuter Trucker Jacket for sale by next year.

WhoApp for iOS is a new app which enables users to get detailed info on unknown Caller ID for free on iPhone. Once downloaded and configured, WhoApp works by taking calls that a user does not recognize and then producing as much data as it can about the caller. WhoApp will tell the user where the call is coming from, geographically, and even display a Google Maps or Street View image that shows the exact building the call originated from. The caller’s name and picture will also be displayed, if available.

Anyone who thought Apple opting for rounded squares as the basis of the iOS design aesthetic was just a case of Jony Ive or one of his designers liking rounded corners and deciding to run with it is actually quite wide off the mark. Here’s the real reason.

It turns out that Google’s Project Ara might actually be about to turn into a real thing after Google today announced that it would be in a position to ship developer hardware to those who need it as soon as Q4 of this year, with consumer version set for release in 2017.

In tech deals today, we have a Galaxy S7 case with military grade protection. We also have screen protectors for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus that basically adds Android-like back button to iPhone. We even have Yoda’s lightsaber. Yes, that’s right, Master Yoda’s lightsaber. There’s also a Quick Charge 3.0 smartphone wall charger thrown into the mix, along with multiple savings for the audiophiles with a variety of refurbished VIZIO sound bars.

You can now Airplay Mirror your Mac’s display to a Samsung Smart TV without needing an Apple TV. Here’s everything you need to know about getting this to work.

Now that iOS 9.3.2 is available, can one jailbreak iOS 9.3.2 firmware on compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch devices?

Apple has now pulled iOS 9.3.2 update for 9.7-inch iPad Pro after it was found to be bricking Apple’s latest tablet for some users with error 56.

If the majority of iPhone owners were to be honest and lay their cards on the line, we imagine that a fairly high percentage would love the idea of having a bezel-less iPhone. That would involve a smartphone device that essentially has a full glass display that extends from edge-to-edge without any breaks or bezels or buttons around the outer edges. Visual artists and concept designers have been pumping out these type of designs for years in the hope that Apple would take notice and introduce a design that follows this trend. We now have our clearest indication yet that Apple could be on the same design wavelength thanks to a recently granted patent to Apple that outlines a method of embedding a Touch ID sensor into the glass display of a smartphone.

Can’t wait to check out the Tesla Model 3 in real? For now, you can play with this first interactive 3D render of the electric vehicle which will be released in late 2017.

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