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Inside of iPad Pro contains way more foam than you’d expect

A teardown of the just-released iPad Pro has revealed one of the secrets behind Apple’s redesigned sound system: chambers filled with sound-amplifying foam. That’s the best guess from the folks at do-it-yourself repair site iFixit, who are strategically dismantling the new tablet as we speak. As of this writing, iFixit’s iPad Pro teardown is still […]

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Inside of iPad Pro contains way more foam than you’d expect

A teardown of the just-released iPad Pro has revealed one of the secrets behind Apple’s redesigned sound system: chambers filled with sound-amplifying foam. That’s the best guess from the folks at do-it-yourself repair site iFixit, who are strategically dismantling the new tablet as we speak. As of this writing, iFixit’s iPad Pro teardown is still […]

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Tiny ring light does more than make your selfies shine

Tech accessories tend to solve a single problem really well. The SELFLASH, a small ring light you attach to your smartphone for selfies, is not just around to make you look pretty. In offering a flattering wink of light in a variety of colors and intensities, the SELFLASH also provides up to 128 GB of […]

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Eddy Cue: Apple TV will make viewing a more interactive experience

Apps on Apple TV could allow for Periscope-style feedback to live broadcasts, says Apple Senior VP Eddy Cue in a new interview with CNNMoney‘s Brian Stelter. That’s one of the most fascinating points raised in a short conversation about Apple’s streaming set-top box ambitions, which also touches on a number of other topics — including Apple’s […]

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5 more apps that crush it with 3D Touch

As developers race to embrace 3D Touch, more and more third-party apps are utilizing iOS 9’s killer feature to make common tasks faster and easier. Employed properly, 3D Touch’s Quick Actions lists can put many tasks at your fingertips — assuming you’re using an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, the only models with the hardware […]

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Gen X loves Apple Pay more than Millenials do

The year of Apple Pay might be starting to plateau after adoption of the mobile payments service exploded through out 2015, according to data from Phoenix Marketing. Apple Pay is still picking up users one year after launch, but the firm’s data shows that growth has slowed over the last few months. It appears that […]

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Gorgeous Apple Watch stand may be more than you need

It’s hard to resist the allure of a fancy Apple Watch stand, especially if you want to take advantage of watchOS 2’s awesome Nightstand Mode. Sena’s Travel Case and Stand is one such premium accessory, and how useful it’ll be to you depends on what kind of relationship you have with your smartwatch. It looks […]

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iOS 9.1 is here with new emoji, wallpapers and more

A ton of new emoji land on iOS devices today with the public launch of iOS 9.1. Apple released iOS 9.1 this morning to users after five beta builds of the first big iOS 9 update were tested by developers. Among the new features: dozens of new emoji for everything from tacos, burritos, unicorns — […]

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Beddi is an alarm clock that’s more like having your own butler

You may have broke your last alarm clock swiping it off your nightstand as you tried to make it stop doing that one thing it’s supposed to do – get your ass out of bed. In its place comes Beddi, the clock that teams up with your iPhone to wake you, get the coffee started […]

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OS X 10.11.1 update brings new emoji, Microsoft Office fixes and more

The first big update for OS X El Capitan has been released to the public today after months of beta testing of its new features and improvements. OS X 10.11.1 brings more than 150 new emoji characters to the Mac, along with improved compatibility with Microsoft Office 2016, better VoiceOver reliability and numerous other bug […]

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