Posts Tagged ‘opinion’

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has its fair share of problems and then some, though the game somewhat makes up for its deficiencies with a memorable final act, one that leverages iconic elements from the Star Wars DNA and adopts a pace more suited to an action-adventure title.

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I’ve been using watchOS 3 on my Apple Watch for a week or so now, and alongside iOS 10 on my iPhone 6s, things have been working surprisingly well so far. Here’s my take on the new update and its improvements.

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I downloaded the first beta of iOS 10 and installed it on iPhone 6s, my daily driver. A day in, here are my first impressions of the latest iteration of Apple’s mobile OS.

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Before I dare utter another word, I’d like to make it known that when it comes to the battle of the mobile ecosystems, I’m completely impartial. I love iOS, iPhone, and Apple products in general, but there’s something about Android, namely Android smartphones, that always has me flirting with the likes of HTC One, among others. There’s no doubt, at least, to my mind, that Tim Cook and his team have pushed a pivotal piece of software in iOS 8, adding a number of features that many have long since pined for, but there are still some features that I really miss whenever I’m using an iPhone.

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So after all the talk, all the leaks and a healthy dose of speculation, it’s finally been announced. The leaks might have left us with less of a surprise than Samsung would have liked, but the Galaxy S5 is now official, and everyone’s talking about it.

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Less than 24 hours away from WWDC, the Apple community, especially iOS enthusiasts, are impatiently awaiting announcements at what will be a very iOS-heavy keynote. After months of rumors, the Cupertino company announced last week it would be introducing iOS 5 at the conference. Aside from the benefits it will likely bring to consumers, many enthusiasts are left to ask themselves: what will jailbreaking look like in iOS 5? In order to answer that question, I think we need to look at the origins of jailbreaking itself, and the need for it in the first place.

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