Tag Archive: More


None more black: LG’s OLED displays show that nothing is really something

This post is brought to you by LG Electronics. When it comes to TVs, more is the new black. As the visual fidelity of film and television gets ever more refined, the visual subtleties and dynamics can be lost by TVs that aren’t able to produce a true black tone. It’s a benchmark of a […]

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Cult of Mac Magazine: Speed up iPhone and Apple Watch + Why Apple shouldn’t kill headphone jack + more

Another week, another Cult of Mac Magazine – the best place to get your Apple fix in one place. This week, we’ve got quick tips to speed up your iPhone and Apple Watch, our take on the stupidity of killing the iPhone’s headphone jack, new how-tos for Apple Music and Apple TV, a hilarious bit […]

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5 new iOS games that are more fun than Black Friday

It’s hard to find the best games out there. Every month, there’s a list as long as, well, a really long list of games on iOS that you might like but might actually suck. Even the sheer volume of the vaunted Editor’s Choice picks can get overwhelming. That’s why we’re here — to give you […]

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Futuristic straps could do way more than keep your Apple Watch on

Apple has a range of different Apple Watch straps available — but, aside from letting you pick the perfect strap to suit the rest of your attire, they all serve exactly the same function: keeping Apple’s debut wearable safely strapped to your wrist. That may change in future iterations of the Apple Watch, with a […]

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Apple’s Plus-size iPhones grow ever more popular

The share of Apple’s iPhone Plus models is gradually growing compared to “regular size” iPhones, according to a new report. Research firm Consumer Intelligence Research Partners notes that the percentage of iPhone customers who bought the larger iPhone 6s Plus in its first 30 days on sale increased to 37 percent, up significantly from the 25 […]

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AT&T’s ‘unlimited’ iPhone data is about to get more expensive

If you’re one of the lucky sods who is still grandfathered into an AT&T unlimited data plan, you’re about to pay a little bit more for it. AT&T announced yesterday that it will be hiking the price of a grandfathered unlimited data plan by $ 5 a month. It will now cost $ 35 a month for […]

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Cult of Mac Magazine: Black Friday deals + gadget reviews + Apple news + more

It might be a short week for most of us here in the U.S., but that didn’t stop us from piling up a whole, well, pile of great content for your long weekend enjoyment. We’ve got all the Black Friday sale info you can handle, a bunch of sweet gadget reviews (like the rumbling, rabble-rousing […]

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The Top 12 Black Friday Ads (So Far): Amazing TVs, Smartphones, iPads, and More

Black Friday is inching closer, but we’ve got plenty of ads to whet our appetite for savings in the meantime. We’ve done our initial inspection, and we’re ready to present our first look at the best Black Friday ads. Here you’ll find all our favorite ads in one convenient place, from crazy cheap TVs to […]

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The first Lytro is still ahead of its time, and more affordable than ever [Deals]

Light-field photography has been around for a number of years now, but it’s still mind-blowing. By measuring the direction of all the light rays in an image space, it produces pictures that can be refocused and explored like a living moment, a paradigm shift that was marked by the introduction of the first Lytro camera. […]

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Apple makes more in 1.5 minutes than Steve Jobs did this weekend

It’s not exactly a shock to hear that Aaron Sorkin’s notorious box office flop Steve Jobs had another disastrous weekend at the box office. But exactly how poor a weekend it had may be something of a surprise. Now playing on just 326 screens (after being dumped from thousands due to poor earnings), the semi-biopic earned only $ 394,000 […]

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