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The Musubo Mummy is a soft-touch TPU case for iPhone 5 that promises top-to-toe protection and a unique, glossy design. It has a ribbed back that increases grip on your device and maximizes impact protection.

Mummy by Musubo Category: Case Works With: iPhone 5 Price: $ 30

The Musubo Mummy — not to be confused with Loop Attachment’s Mummy case for iPhone — covers your volume buttons and sleep/wake  [Read More…]

If you’ve ever had a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro’s battery disappear at random it can be a disconcerting feeling. This is often accompanied with the battery menu having an “X” through it and saying “No Batteries Available”, a very sluggish Mac, and even after a reboot or not the Mac will often have fans running at full speed despite nothing unusual showing up in Activity Monitor. To top it off, the MagSafe charger light typically is not lighting up,  [Read More…]

CoM- NYOPBAll work and no play makes any computer user a dull user. That’s why we’re excited to bring you a bundle here at Cult of Mac Deals that will keep you playing for hours on end – and you get to name the price you’re willing to pay for those hours of fun!

That’s right. We’ve partnered with 6 of the world’s best game developers to bring you The Name Your Own  [Read More…]

Manually Refresh Items And Passes In Passbook [iOS Tips]

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Passbook is cool, and one of the neat features of the service is the automatic refresh of information on your passes, letting you keep track of stuff like your Starbuck’s balance, or airline miles, or other kinds of cool stuff.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work automatically. This can be an issue if they include balances or loyalty points, right? Luckily you can refresh each of the passes in Passbook manually.

Here’s  [Read More…]

9 awesome wave wallpapers for Apple gear

Apple has long had a love affair with including incredible ocean and wave imagery into their product shots. They’ve been doing it for years, with some stunning wave and surf photography featured prominently on the screens of Macs, whether it’s from the old PowerBook days, to even right now on Apple.com with the iMac, Retina MacBook Pro, and iPad Mini. Clearly there are some people  [Read More…]

iOS 7 Beta Usage At Apple Increases As WWDC Draws Near

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Over the last few months developers and websites haven’t seen much iOS 7 beta traffic coming out of Apple’s set of IP addresses in Cupertino. However, over the last few days traffic from devices running iOS 7 has increased for a number of websites and apps.

Onswipe has reported that it has seen a big spike in traffic on its partner sites that run its HTML5 optimized mobile websites. Cult of  [Read More…]

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Apple wants to see documents related to Android source code in its ongoing patent infringement suit against Samsung. The Cupertino company has asked U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul S. Grewal to force Google to hand over the information, which it is allegedly withholding improperly, Bloomberg reports.

As part of its second patent-infringement case against Samsung, Apple argues that Android “provides much of the accused functionality” in all of Samsung’s allegedly infringing products. As such, the  [Read More…]

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This is the cover of the favorite album of iOS 7 beta testers.

It’s not uncommon to see early versions of upcoming iOS and Mac releases pop up in server logs — we’ve seen occasional blips from iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 for a while now in our own server logs — but what is less common is actually looking over an iOS 7 beta tester’s shoulder and checking out what  [Read More…]

If you’re going to make an iPhone stand that slips onto a keyring, you may as well make it look like a key, amirite? Right? Hello?

Ok, so that part of the design is a little dumb, but the Keyprop itself is pretty ingenious, especially the way it manages to work with both the iPhones 4 and 5.

The Keyprop works like a key, and can even be used whilst still on the  [Read More…]

T-Mobile Sold Half A Million iPhones In Less Than A Month

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T-Mobile finally started selling the iPhone back in April, and it has already been a successful move. In its financial report for the first quarter of 2013, which was published this week, the carrier reveals that it sold half a million iPhones in less than a month.

Despite 500,000 iPhone sales, T-Mobile still saw a 7% drop in revenue from a year earlier, while adjusted earnings were down 7.5% to $ 1.2  [Read More…]