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iPhone 6s gets thick with features

iPhone 6s gets thick with features

First case specifications for the iPhone 6s have been released with height, width, and thickness of the next model. According to this spec sheet, case-makers might have to make some tiny adjustments to their molds. While the iPhone 6s will be the same width and height as its predecessor, it'll be just .2mm thicker. This means that the rubberiest of cases will be fine, while hard metal and plastic cases will need to be made anew. It also means there's more inside this device.

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Apple Pay reportedly going live in UK on July 14

Apple Pay reportedly going live in UK on July 14

While Apple announced at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) last month that Apple Pay would be launching in the UK this summer, it looks like we finally have a specific date: Tuesday, July 14th. This will be the first time Apple's new mobile contactless payment system will debut outside the US, and it's expected to be supported at over 250,000 locations, including London's bus and subway networks, major retailers, and a number of banks and financial institutions.

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Microsoft and the undying Android smartphone rumor

Microsoft and the undying Android smartphone rumor

Windows 10 is just around the corner, at least for PCs and tablets. For mobile phones, however, that's not happening until later. Which means that there's a window of opportunity for dreaming about the future. And when it comes to divining Microsoft smartphone future, there is no other favorite than a Microsoft made Android device. It sounds dreamy doesn't it? A smartphone that combines decades of Nokia experience, Microsoft's enterprise and productivity products, and one of the biggest mobile platforms in the world. But youu know what they say about things that sound too good to be true, and here are some reasons why.

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iPhone 6s camera details leaked: 240fps slow motion

iPhone 6s camera details leaked: 240fps slow motion

Apple's iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus camera array documents leak from what appears to be their manufacturing plant company, Foxconn. These documents suggest that the next iPhone's camera array will allow the next iPhones to once again reign supreme over the competition. This is particularly important this generation as both LG and Samsung inch ever closer to overtaking the camera crown in the smartphone business. Several reviewers suggest that the companies have already out-done Apple with their own cameras aboard the Galaxy S6 and the LG G4.

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Apple Watch 2 tipped to feature same design, larger battery

Apple Watch 2 tipped to feature same design, larger battery

By now, people must certainly be getting tired of their Apple Watches and wondering when the next version will be out. That's why it's perfect that rumors about the so-called "Apple Watch 2" are starting to spring up. The latest, which originates in South Korea, is saying that the next version of Apple's wearable will feature a similar, if not exactly the same, external design, but with a larger batter to allow more hours of use between charges.

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iPhone 6S leak hints at faster LTE, better battery life

iPhone 6S leak hints at faster LTE, better battery life

While we wait for the dust of the Apple Music launch to settle down, we take a peak at another of Apple's most awaited product, as if it ever had a non-awaited product. Courtesy of a brave leak source, we now have a view of what is supposedly the iPhone 6S motherboard. And with that, the smartphone's LTE modem has also been revealed: a Qualcomm MDM9635M, known by its other name, the 9X35 Gobi mobile platform. This chip promises not only Cat. 6 LTE speeds but more efficient power usage, leading, hopefully, to a longer battery life.

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New iPods launching July 14th with smaller storage

New iPods launching July 14th with smaller storage

Earlier today several images of new iPod devices were released through the newest update to iTunes. Inside version 12.2 of iTunes - complete with Apple Music - users could find three new colors for the iPod touch, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle. With a slightly more full - or dark - blue and pink as well as a new gold - to match the iPhone and Apple Watch, of course - this new lineup will likely be released to the Apple Store online and in physical shops on the 14th of July.

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iTunes 12.2 update hints at iPod refresh with new colors

iTunes 12.2 update hints at iPod refresh with new colors

It's been quite a few years since Apple refreshed its iPod line-up, but a newly discovered image hints we might be seeing just that sometime this year. With the release of the iTunes 12.2 update this week include support for Apple Music, an official Apple picture of an iPod Touch, iPod Nano, and iPod Shuffle was found, but with all three in colors currently not available. The composite image shows up when a user connects an iPod to iTunes for the first time, or chooses to restore it.

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Android users can listen to Beats 1 radio for free (for now)

Android users can listen to Beats 1 radio for free (for now)

iOS and OS X users have had almost a full day now to enjoy Beats 1, the new 24/7 streaming radio station that comes as part of the newly launched Apple Music service, as have Windows users. Those with Android devices, however, have been left out of the cool kids' club, at least until this sometime this fall when their own Apple Music app will be released. Or have they? Maybe they're actually the coolest of the cool kids, since they've found a back door entrance to that cool new club.

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How Apple Music listeners can make requests for Beats 1 Radio

How Apple Music listeners can make requests for Beats 1 Radio

Unless you've been under a rock for the last 24 hours or so, you've likely heard that Apple Music, Apple's new streaming music service, launched yesterday morning, alongside the debut of the Beats 1 Radio program. Beats 1 is available to listen to 24/7, with a rotating line-up of DJs and celebrity musicians hosting during scheduled blocks of time. But what you may not have heard yet is that the internet radio service is borrowing a feature common to traditional radio stations: call-in requests from listeners.

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