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iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to get Retina upgrade? Don’t count on it.

Take this with a huge grain of salt, but a blurry image coming out of Asia purporting to be from Apple’s own iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus spec sheets suggests that Apple may bump the resolution of the next two handsets. But honestly, it’s pretty unlikely. Here’s why. The image above comes via Chinese […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Count down to your death with this Apple Watch clock

Tim Cook touted Apple Watch’s supreme timekeeping abilities at last week’s Spring Forward event, but Rehabstudio plans to give wearers a unique look on time by counting down to your death. Life Clock is an upcoming Apple Watch app that’s…

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Cydia’s creator to jailbreakers: don’t count on me doing this forever

Ever since the first iPhone was jailbroken, hacker and developer Jay Freeman, aka Saurik, has maintained the Cydia Store as a way for jailbreakers to download, buy and sell their tweaks. Run consistently since February 2008, there have been more…

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The Digit-Based Trivia In This App Is Too ‘Numerus’ To Count

Numerus — Reference — Free Numerus is one of those weird apps that shouldn’t be as interesting as it is. But once you spend a little time clicking around it, you will feel the random knowledge dropping into your head.…

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Pedometer++ Uses The M7 Chip To Count Your Steps

pedoplusplusWant to check out the new M7 MoCoPro in your iPhone 5, but don’t have an app to do it? Then check out David Smith’s Pedometer++, a free app which grabs data from the low-power motion-tracking chip and shows it to you. Pedometer++ is really just a kind of proof of concept, although you can […]

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Full App Helps You Count And Track Anything

fullGot goals? Me too: Get up before 10 a.m. at least once a week; increase the number of cheeses I eat; and learn how to use semicolons. If you too have such pressing, life-altering plans in mind, you might like the keep track of them with Full, an iPhone app which not only tracks pretty […]

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If You Count Tablets As PCs, Apple Lost 12% Marketshare Last Quarter

11-_MacBook_Air_compared_to_iPad_(1)We’re living in a post-PC age. You know it. I know it. Steve Jobs knew it when he coined the phrase three years ago at the original iPad launch event, and of course, it was the iPad that was in many ways the final nail in the coffin of decades of PC market growth. Apple’s […]

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New MacBook Pros, Airs In June 2013 Doesn’t Even Count As A Rumor

Want to know an easy way to predict a new Apple product release? Follow Digitimes‘s winning formula!

1) Pick a product that is unlikely to get a major new design soon, like the recently refreshed MacBook Pro or the MacBook Air.

2) Check when that product is most likely to get a refresh according to Cult of Mac’s handy, dandy, easy-to-use shopping guide.

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This Week’s Must-Have iOS Apps: Path For iPad, Onavo Count, Panna & More [Roundup]

We’ve got some great new apps in this week’s must-have roundup, including Path, which finally makes its debut on the iPad; a nifty utility for monitoring the data consumed by your iPhone apps; plus a great new cooking magazine that every foodie should have installed on their iPad.

Path for iPad — iPad (Free)

Path, the popular “personal network” exclusive to smartphones and tablets,  [Read More…]

More Macs Than They Can Count: Inside the Moscow Apple Museum [Gallery]

Behold: The Moscow Apple Museum

At first glance, it looks as if someone’s raided a high street Apple Store, stolen all the iPhones and iPads and MacBooks Air, and dumped a load of retro computers in their place.

Look closer, and you’ll begin to understand what a remarkable achievement this place is.

Welcome to the Moscow Apple Museum, owned and operated by 46-year-old computer engineer Andrey Antonov. If ever you felt the  [Read More…]