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iTunes Backup iOSiOS 7 is coming this Wednesday, September 18, and it’s going to be a fairly simple upgrade. You’ll be able to just update your iOS device without any trouble, most likely over the air or by connecting to iTunes. No fuss, no muss. However, you do most likely want to make a backup in case […]

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rdio-for-iphoneBefore Apple is able to officially unveil its free new iTunes Radio feature, popular music-streaming service Rdio has revealed that it has struck a deal with Cumulus Media and plans to bring a free version of its service to the market. The new deal will give Rdio users access to Cumulus’ 525 radio stations which […]

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OS X Mavericks logo Apple has released the eighth beta build of OS X Mavericks to those registered with the Mac Developer program. The new build includes bug fixes and updates and pushes the the developer version closer to a wider public release.

Individuals running OS X Mavericks can find Developer Preview 8 within the Mac App Store, accessible through the  Apple menu and Software Update. Developers not running existing versions  [Read More…]

Apple To Host iPad Event On October 15th? [Rumor]

iPad-Retina-ScreenSome Apple fans were holding on to hope that Cupertino would unleash new iPads on the world at last week’s keynote, but even though the keynote came and went without so much as a glimpse of a new iPad, we might only have to wait a month until the next Apple event. According to the […]

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Apple Seeds OS X Mavericks Preview 8 To Developers

Mavericks-MacBook-ProApple has seeded the OS X v10.9 Developer Preview 8  to developers this afternoon. The 8th Mavericks beta is coming to developers nearly two weeks after the 7th preview was released that came with new wallpapers. Developers can download the new beta build via the Software Update tool in the Mac App Store or directly from […]

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Apple has started airing its first TV ads for the iPhone 5c following the availability of pre-orders over the weekend. This particular ad, “For the colorful,” features the 5c forming in different colors out of liquid. It could easily be confused with a candy commercial at first, but it turns into a classic Apple ad […]

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Google Acquires Talented Team Behind Bump, Flock

bump GoogleMobile start-up Bump just announced that it has been acquired by Google in a blog post on Monday. The company was founded in 2008, making a name for itself on the hot technology of bumping phones together to share contact data. The app has been downloaded over 100 million times, and continues to get updates. […]

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Have you picked out your color, yet?Now that the pre-order season is done, and purchase time is just around the corner on September 20, Sprint is one of the first carriers out of the gate with a new enticement for potential new customers. Staring the same day the iPhone 5c will be available, Sprint will give you $100 off any new […]

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AppStore64bitappsApple’s new 64-bit A7 processor promises to make the iPhone 5s one of the fastest smartphones the world has ever seen, and with its launch day looming a mere four days away, Apple is making sure developers get their 64-bit apps submitted in time for launch. A new note was posted in the Apple Developer […]

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Wait to install iOS 7 on these devices

iOS 7 may be one of the most hotly anticipated mobile operating system releases of all time, but after extensive testing and usage of iOS 7.0 across a variety of devices, we’re taking the unusual step of recommending that some users hold off from updating to the initial release. At the very least, reconsider whether or not some of the potential performance trade-offs that  [Read More…]