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Apple eyes wireless server hubs at Genius Bar

Apple eyes wireless server hubs at Genius Bar

According to rumors, Apple is planning to add an interesting new wrinkle to its Genius Bars in retail stores. Sources are claiming that Apple is looking at adding wireless server hubs to Genius Bars to allow users to sync their data from an iOS device if the device needs to be replaced. That is great news considering that people who go into Apple stores with problems that can't be easily fixed are often handed a new device.

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Apple iPhone OS 3.1 Released With Genius, Ringtones, and Organization

Apple iPhone OS 3.1 Released With Genius, Ringtones, and Organization

Just in case you weren't aware: Apple had an event today. And we've got you covered, as we bring you all the updated information, tucked away in our little hand basket. What we have here, is an update that's available right now, and it's called iPhone OS 3.1. It's bringing a whole lot of features, most of which are pretty outstanding, and together with iTunes 9, makes Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch even more formidable.

The Genius functionality isn't brand new anymore, so Apple went ahead and improved it. And by improvement, we mean not just improving, but expanding its functionality. Genius not only does your music choices anymore, but takes in all your application usage as well, and will happily recommend some more for you to go ahead and peruse, and of course, purchase.

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iTunes & AppleTV updates adds Genius, bug-fixes

iTunes & AppleTV updates adds Genius, bug-fixes

Apple has quietly updated both iTunes and AppleTV overnight, introducing mainly bug-fixes for both products but also adding Genius intelligent playlist creation to their set-top box.  The iTunes update, which takes the app to v8.0.1, cures a particularly annoying bug whereby high-definition episodes of TV shows were replaced with standard-definition copies.

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Apple Watch torture tests include liquid nitrogen, .50 cal bullet

Apple Watch torture tests include liquid nitrogen, .50 cal bullet

There are certain things to be expected when a new notable product is launched -- there will be fanfare and critics and coveting and all sorts of things, and at some point once the product rolls out there will be destruction. Lots and lots of destruction. The Apple Watch is no exception, of course -- we've seen products get cooked and blended and shot and dropped and smashed and just about every other "torture test" you can think of, and now it's the Apple Watch's turn.

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Vizzywig 8HD turns your Apple Watch into a recording control room

Vizzywig 8HD turns your Apple Watch into a recording control room

Remember Vizzywig? Yes, the very same people who developed that insane, and insanely cool, 4K video recording app, which, by the way, they are now marketing as "8HD". Well, here they are with another insane idea, and this time, they are targeting Apple's newest baby, the Apple Watch. No, you won't be recording videos from the smartwatch, since it has no camera. Instead, you will be controlling everything from your wrist. And we're not talking about starting or stopping recording only. You can even edit and stitch it all up on your smartwatch.

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Retail Apple Watches discovered to still have diagnostic port

Retail Apple Watches discovered to still have diagnostic port

Remember back in early March when it was discovered that the then-in development Apple Watch had a hidden diagnostic port inside the bottom groove where the band connects? The 6-dot brass contact array was assumed to be used, well, for diagnostic tasks, but speculation began to rise that the wearable may one day accept "smart straps." Several sources then said that the port was only for internal use, and would not be found on the Watch when it begins shipping to customers. Well, guess what some users have found when trying on the new device in Apple Stores on Friday?

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