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Apple: 46% Of iOS Users Are On iOS 8

At its iOS launch events, Apple always likes to talk about how many of its users are on the latest version of its operating system in comparison to Android. There are so many different Android devices, that ultimately there is never a very high percentage of users on the latest version. Apple considers this a major bragging right. I’d be …

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iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Sales Set New Record

Apple revealed that it sold over 10 million new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models during the first three days of availability. This probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise, but that’s a record breaking opening weekend for iPhones. Before the devices became available, Apple had already set a record with pre-orders. “Sales for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 …

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iPhone 6 Plus Going for Embarrassing Amount of Money on eBay

No. Nope. Naaaaaaah. I know there’s no iPhone 6 Plus stock left and the phone is so cool that even dead people are singing its praises. But no. Just wait a couple weeks. Read a book. Go fly a kite. Take LSD. Do literally anything other than pay $5,000 for a new iPhone.

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Apple Wants to Help eRase U2 from Your Memory Altogether

Last week, Apple put U2’s new album on everyone’s iTunes library. Despite the fact that it was a “free giveaway” and stuff, people bitched about it. A lot. So many people bitched about it that Apple felt compelled to construct a one-click tool with the sole function of allowing people to remove the U2 album from their iTunes. Moral of …

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What Do iOS 8 And The New iPhones Mean For You?

Well, Apple’s new operating system (iOS 8) and iPhones (6 and 6 Plus) are officially out. What does the OS update mean for you? Should you get one of the new phones? We’ll try to help you answer those questions throughout the course of this article. What do you think of the new devices? The new OS? Share your thoughts …

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First Guy to Buy an iPhone 6 Is a Huge Butterfingers

Today’s the day for Apple fanatics. Those who chose not to pre-order the new iPhones are have been standing in lines across the world for hours – oftentimes overnight – just to get their hands on the coveted devices on launch day. In Perth, a man named Jack Cooksey was the first person in the city to buy one. And …

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iPhone 6 Release Day Arrives, and You Better Hope You Pre-Ordered the 6 Plus

It’s iPhone 6 release day, and as is the case with many Apple product launches, people are lining up at stores around the world to get their hands on the new devices. Of course, if you pre-ordered your new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus you can just sit back and wait for it to arrive in the mail. It …

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U2’s Mandatory iTunes Album Thing Was ‘Punk Rock…Disruptive’

It’s only Thursday, but U2 lead guitarist Edge has already won quote-of-the-week. It comes in an upcoming interview with Time (paywall), via Re/code. Here’s what Edge had to say concerning the recent deal with Apple that saw the company push free copies of the band’s 13th studio album to all iTunes users – “[It was] actually incredibly subversive. It’s really …

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Tim Cook Promises That Apple’s Protecting Your Privacy

Maybe it’s the NSA and the government’s now-public surveillance initiative. Maybe it’s because the company just introduced and new iOS and a new payment solution that requires people to put themselves out there. Maybe it’s Jennifer Lawrence nudes. Whatever it is, Apple CEO Tim Cook has written a letter to Apple users assuring them that their privacy is at the …

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Samsung Galaxy S5 vs. iPhone 6 – Which is Better?

This year’s new iPhone models will hit stores tomorrow. Pre-orders of the devices have already broken Apple’s previous records, meaning sales are likely to set new records as well. The only question remaining is, given the relatively incremental improvements seen in this year’s model, is the iPhone still the best smartphone on the market? Looking at those pre-order figures, it’s …

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Steve Jobs’ Old Office Hasn’t Been Touched Since His Death

If you are wondering about the amount of reverence the folks at Apple have for late co-founder Steve Jobs, you really shouldn’t be. But to put it bluntly, it’s a lot. Take this little anecdote from Bloomberg’s extensive interview with current CEO Tim Cook: Steve Jobs’s office remains Steve Jobs’s office. After his death in 2011, Tim Cook, his friend …

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New iPads, OS X Yosemite Coming Oct 21, Says Report

Apparently there’s just one more thing…after the one more thing. According to to report from The Daily Dot, Apple is not done launching new products this year. According to those ubiquitous “sources familiar with the matter,” Apple is planning on holding another big press event – this time on October 21 – to unveil some new hardware and officially launch …

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