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OS X Yosemite public beta 2 out, Apple still taking sign-ups

OS X Yosemite public beta 2 out, Apple still taking sign-ups

If you’re anxious to try out Apple’s new OS X Yosemite, you might be in luck. The company recently rolled out a second version of their desktop OS, which did what any good beta iteration does in tidying up the loose ends and squashing bugs. If you’ve yet to give it a shot, now might be the time; there are still sign-up spots available.

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iPhone 6 5.5-inch housing gets leaked again

iPhone 6 5.5-inch housing gets leaked again

We definitely can't get enough of iPhone 6 leaks and rumors, especially this close to Apple's expected September media event. Our focus once again shift to the more controversial of the two, the 5.5-inch model that will be stretching not only the limits of Apple's smartphone line but probably even the loyalty and faith of its fans.

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Report: iPad Air 2 will double-down on RAM

Report: iPad Air 2 will double-down on RAM

All this talk of the iPhone 6 — we almost forgot about the iPad Air 2! A new report suggests Apple will be upping the RAM ante for their next generation iPad Air, up from 1GB to 2GB. The already powerful iPad Air doesn’t seem like it would need a RAM boost, but with one incoming feature that’s been discussed, it just might need it.

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iPhone 6 camera bulge may not be that bad after all

iPhone 6 camera bulge may not be that bad after all

We all love to pontificate about what the iPhone 6 will be, but one thing that has fans a bit worried is the camera. We’ve heard conflicting reports of the megapixel count, but that doesn’t excuse that the iPhone 6 hardware might stick up from the rear of the phone. As it turns out, it might not be as bad as you think.

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Vine update lets you use Vine — without using Vine

Vine update lets you use Vine — without using Vine

Vine is a viral video fan’s dream come true. Six seconds, and typically funny, the videos still have one major caveat: they need to be captured within the Vine app. That’s a hurdle some aren’t navigating, which keeps them from uploading content. In an effort to bulk up their platform, Vine is letting users sidestep shooting in-app, and will now let us upload content we’ve already shot.

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New iPhone 6 leak shows fully assembled device

New iPhone 6 leak shows fully assembled device

The iPhone 6 hits keep coming, and this one is our first look at what we might actually have in-hand. Feld & Volk have made a name for themselves recently, sharing a slew of parts and components they say are from the new iPhone. This time, they’ve put the package together, showing us what the iPhone 6 might look like top to bottom.

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Apple stock reaches all-time closing high

Apple stock reaches all-time closing high

Earlier today Apple was granted a patent which fairly obviously suggested they would be creating a smartwatch in the near future. This patent number 8,808,483 does include "iPhone" in its description, but its claims do not assign it to a specific device, leaving it open to any similar device within reason - small enough for a smartwatch. Wallstreet thinks it’s obvious enough, anyway, driving the stock to over $100 for the first time since the stock split in early June of this year.

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Google releases Photo Sphere Camera app for iOS

Google releases Photo Sphere Camera app for iOS

Google has released a new iOS app that is sure to leave mobile photographers happy. One of the things Android had over iOS was photo spheres, a process in which you could capture a 360-degree view of your surroundings. Google’s “new” Photo Sphere Camera” app for iPhone solves that straight from the source, though.

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