Tag Archives: features

Touch ID (Bug) Lets You Scan Many More Than 10 Fingers

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After playing around with Apple’s new Touch ID feature found on the iPhone 5s, I stumbled upon something rather interesting. Whilst setting up Touch ID for your fingerprint, you’ll go through the process of scanning your fingerprint in a fair few times. Whilst doing this, if you simply switch to a different finger, no error… Read More

iPhone 5c: the newest member of the iDevice family

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Today at Apple’s big event, the iPhone 5c had its official debut on the main stage. The new device is a cheaper model of the iPhone, replacing the glass and anodized aluminum backing for a heavier plastic backing with rounded corners. Everything when pretty much as expected for the new device, with all the colors… Read More

iOS 7 Beta 5 Released To Developers (New Features)

Today, the fifth installment of iOS 7 was seeded to developers. Coming only eight days after beta four, there is little change in this new update. The time differences in the release of the last few betas is most likely due to the developer center downtime caused by hackers a while back. The biggest change… Read More

Top 5: iOS 7 Features for iPad

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As I’m sure many of you are aware, yesterday Apple released the newest beta in the iOS 7 series; beta 2. With it comes a bunch of new features, but by far the largest is full iPad support for iOS 7. Until now, all the love has been pointed towards the iPhone and iPod owners,… Read More

iOS 7: Tips & Tricks

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As I’m sure you’re aware by now, Apple has released the first beta iteration for their next generation of mobile operating system. iOS 7 is a vast overhaul of everything that was familiar about iOS, but contrary to the unfamiliarity, the new software is really starting to grow on me. After a few days playing around with it,… Read More

Top 5 new features in iOS 7

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As I’m sure you’re aware, Apple released the new iteration of their mobile operating system just two days ago, iOS 7. What’s particularly interesting about this software release, is the fact that they have taken many queues from the Jailbreaking community and incorporated them into the stock software itself. There’s an absolute host of new… Read More

Apple Swaps Fourth Generation iPod Touch 16GB With New Updated Back Camera Lacking Model

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Late Wednesday night, Apple discontinued the fourth generation iPod Touch which could be bought as the lowest model earlier this year. They now feature a new device that resembles the newer 5th generation model in many ways. It uses the new lightning connecter instead of thirty pin, contains a four inch retina screen similar to the… Read More

Samsung Galaxy Note III (3) Will Feature A Smaller Display (Video)

Samsung Galaxy Note III Will Most Likely Feature Smaller Display

Samsung’s Galaxy Note II (2) was a phenomenon with the 5.5-inch display, as it gave users a feeling that bigger can sometimes be better. For me as a frequent user, I loved the 3100 mAh battery as it lasted forever. Literally, forever. Android was outstanding, and really molded to the phone. With many rumors of… Read More

What Apple needs to do with iOS 7

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I get lots of questions every day about how I feel about the iOS operating system. The prime ones amongst them tend to be things like whether I’m “bored with iOS”, or whether I’ll be switching to Android. So I thought I’d put together this little video highlighting what I think Apple needs to do… Read More

New iPhone 5 Prototype Parts Assembled Into Rear Shell

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A new find by iResQ strengthens the legitimacy of many of the leaked iPhone parts we have seen over the last few months. They fitted leaked components of the new device into the rear shell successfully. The fact that the new dock connector and headphone jack fit right in place increases the chance that these… Read More

How To: Make A Mountain Lion Recovery USB Drive

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httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmjzcyXZcQg Mountain Lion is Apple’s latest Mac software. It is available for download on  the Mac App Store for $19.99. Once you download the 4.34 GB installer it will start to update your Mac. But, say you’d like to have a back-up in case your Mac crashes. Creating a Mountain Lion recovery USB drive is… Read More

Macbook Pro Retina Display 2012 Review [Video]

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Last week, we finally got our hands on the new Macbook Pro with retina support. Using our new computers for almost a week now we thought it was the perfect time to review the laptop. Display Retina display: 15.4-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology; 2880-by-1800 resolution at 220 pixels per inch with support for… Read More