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75 percent of teens say their next phone will be an iPhone

iPhone sales may be slowing down, but the popularity level of Apple’s handsets among teenage customers is higher than ever — and increasing all the time. In an extensive new survey carried out by analysts at Piper Jaffray, entitled “Taking Stock with Teens,” a whopping 69 percent claim to be iPhone owners. Better still, 75 percent […]

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Apple’s ‘privacy czars’ stop devs from getting their hands on your data

Are you a third-party dev, advertiser, or Apple employee hoping to use targeted ads or personalized recommenders based on Apple customer data? There’s an app for that. Good luck with that! That’s according to a new report, which states that Apple has an internal committee consisting of three expert “privacy czars,” who have have to sign […]

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Study examines Apple Watch quitters and their quibbles

If you bought an Apple Watch that now collects dust on your dresser, you are not alone. Web-based research firm Wristly, which found a 97 percent user satisfaction rate among early adopters, took equal interest in the unhappy 3 percent. What it found from 340 former Apple Watch users could provide valuable insights for Cupertino […]

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Coolmuster Android Assistant gives Android users total control over their devices’ data

This post is brought to you by Coolmuster. There’s no sense pretending some of us iOS and Mac enthusiasts don’t dabble in the world of Android. Whether using phones, tablets or other mobile devices, we’ve come to rely on all our gadgets communicating reliably with one another, but when using both Apple and Android gear […]

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The architects behind Apple’s spaceship campus set their sights on Mars

Foster + Partners is currently making a name for itself by designing Apple’s new spaceship campus and flagship stores, but once it’s done taking over Earth, the Australian-based architecture firm wants to help NASA create human colonies on Mars. Norman Foster’s firm revealed its plans for a 93-square meter habitat that would be 3D printed […]

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One lucky iPhone 6s customer has already received their order

One incredibly lucky Apple fan, San Diego-based Twitter user @MoonshineDesign, has already received her brand new Rose Gold iPhone 6s — several days ahead of its Friday release date. Adrienne went on to post a variety of photos of the device, along with videos shot with the camera and even a Geekbench test, confirming the 2GB […]

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Crazy Apple fans tried to sell their kidneys for iPhone 6s

How much do you want an iPhone 6s? Probably not as much as the two men in China’s eastern Jiangsu Province who reportedly attempted to sell their kidneys to buy Apple’s latest must-have handset. The bizarre story claims that friends Wu and Huang decided to sell a kidney each to get the money for an […]

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Here’s what people use their Apple Watch for

Unlike many previous must-have tech gadgets, the Apple Watch doesn’t just have one killer app — but many. So what exactly do owners use their Watch for then, and how does this stack up against Apple’s stated goals for the device? A new survey released by analysts at Wristly charts the usage of around 2,000 Apple Watch […]

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Apple quietly asks a small group to return their Apple TVs

Looks like a small amount of third-generation Apple TVs, the ones on sale right now, are being quietly recalled by Apple. There hasn’t been a public notice of any recall, which could mean that there are only a few select units that are defective. If yours is among the faulty Apple TVs, chances are you’ll […]

School selling hundreds of Apple devices for a fraction of their cost

A Michigan school district is selling off close to 800 iMacs, MacBooks and iPads for astonishingly low prices, ranging from $ 50-$ 100. The schools are currently in the process of upgrading their classroom technology, and made the decision to sell off the old equipment instead of adding it to the tons of unwanted computers and other gadgets […] [Read More…]