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The iPhone 7 headphones savior won’t be Bluetooth

The iPhone 7 headphones savior won’t be Bluetooth

Apple's controversial - and unconfirmed - decision to kill the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 might not make Bluetooth its primary replacement, it's been suggested, with a proprietary wireless standard tipped to flatter audiophiles. The new flagship smartphone, expected to be revealed at a keynote event tomorrow, has divided Apple fans amid leaks suggesting Apple will continue its war on wires by skipping the aged but still commonplace 3.5mm headphone socket.

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Podcasting app ZCast updated with record, edit, and share features

Podcasting app ZCast updated with record, edit, and share features

Users of the ZCast podcasting app will find an update awaiting them this afternoon with a variety of big-change updates. Amongst these are the ability to record casts, edit casts, and share casts directly to Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Previously, users were only able to make live Podcasts happen in real time - now they're able to get access to their archive of casts, allowing them to build a library of recordings on the fly. Today's update also brings new features to listeners, making the entire app and ecosystem more robust and able to grow.

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iPhone 7 leak: “no click” home key, rubber-sealed SIM tray

iPhone 7 leak: “no click” home key, rubber-sealed SIM tray

Some might just be counting down the hours, which is still a good day or two, before Apple’s event where the iPhone 7 is expected to make a splash, big or otherwise. Staying faithful to the “better late than never” adage, some are trying to squeeze in some last-minute leaks to embellish the picture of the iPhone 7 in our heads. This latest batch confirms much of what KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo has already shared, and adds some more details. Albeit without photos to back them up.

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iPhone 7 release details VS Google Pixel (Nexus) phone camera

iPhone 7 release details VS Google Pixel (Nexus) phone camera

While we're not about to say that Google would ever attempt to take on Apple's iPhone business directly, it's always interesting to see how closely each successive generation of smartphone add up against one another. Google began commissioning Nexus smartphones all the way back in the beginning of Android (as it was run by Google). Now they're rumored to start calling their phones "Pixel" - not unlike their Chromebook Pixel and tablet lines.

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iPhone 7 Plus turns up on Geekbench, destroys Snapdragon 820 Androids

iPhone 7 Plus turns up on Geekbench, destroys Snapdragon 820 Androids

Yesterday a rumor popped up that suggested that the iPhone 7 Plus would be packing a new 2.4GHz A10 processor under the hood. The rumor also suggested that the new iPhone would also come in a new color called piano black. Today the iPhone 7 Plus has allegedly turned up on GeekBench showing off its impressive performance.

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Pokemon GO update news: Eevee, IV calculator, egg chart, Reddit cheats

Pokemon GO update news: Eevee, IV calculator, egg chart, Reddit cheats

Today hacking Pokemon GO has set a number of next-generation updates free for the public, including but not limited to a Buddy Pokemon system, a new IV calculator, and a remixed Egg Chart. What more could a hardcore Pokemon GO user ask for? I say user because I've accepted the reality of the situation when it comes to developers of desktop app for the game (some of them hackers as such), and people who follow those trends (like me), are digital users - addicts with a need to see how far this global game can go. Not to cheat, of course, but to compete in a global software modification race! With Pokemon, of course.

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DxO ONE iPhone camera add-on gets Wi-Fi remote, waterproof case

DxO ONE iPhone camera add-on gets Wi-Fi remote, waterproof case

DxO may be better known for its reviews and benchmarks of digital cameras, especially smartphone cameras, but last year it decided to get into that market itself with the DxO ONE, a camera attachment for the iPhone. Keeping to its promise to add value to the accessory long after it was launched, DxO is announcing, right before IFA 2016 shifts into full gear, a version 2.0 software update that will bring a much-needed Wi-Fi Remote Control capability to the device. Plus, it is also announcing new Outdoor Shells that will let you use the DxO ONE under any condition, even under water.

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Libratone Q Adapt earbuds go Lightning all the way

Libratone Q Adapt earbuds go Lightning all the way

In just a week’s time, Apple will be revealing the true form of the iPhone 7, which is expected, among other things, to ditch the 3.5 mm headphone jack for a do-everything Lightning connector. Whether that comes to pass or not, some accessory makers have already prepared for the inevitable. Take for example Libratone’s new Q Adapt in-ear earbuds, which connect solely via the Lightning port. But more than just novelty or fad, that has important implications for these earphones, allowing it Libratone to eschew batteries while still providing a power source for the Q Adapt’s advanced noise cancellation feature.

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Belkin Powerhouse Charge Dock for Apple Watch + iPhone charges both at once

Belkin Powerhouse Charge Dock for Apple Watch + iPhone charges both at once

Keeping your gadgets charged up and ready to use can be a problem in an area with limited space. Everything has its own charger and those factory chargers often mean that your devices are just laying there in the way as they power up. Belkin has a new charging dock that will charge your iPhone and the Apple Watch at the same time called the Powerhouse Charge dock for Apple Watch + iPhone.

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Apple faces class action lawsuit over failing iPhone 6 touch screens

Apple faces class action lawsuit over failing iPhone 6 touch screens

It looks like the touch screen problems plaguing the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus may get some attention from Apple whether the company likes it or not. A group of disgruntled customers have filed a class action complaint against the iPhone maker in a California US District Court and are demanding a jury trial, alleging that Apple has committed fraud by selling the iPhones and refusing to fix out-of-warranty devices when the touch screen issues rear their ugly head.

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Apple iPhone 7 September 7 event official

Apple iPhone 7 September 7 event official

With a mess of rumors surrounding the upcoming iPhone 7, we finally have one thing that's been confirmed: the long rumored September 7 Apple event is indeed a reality. It's here that Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 7 at long last, after months of leaks and reports claiming all sorts of things about the anticipated device. Of course, when the iPhone 7 release will actually occur is anyone's guess, but we should be given an official launch date here as well.

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Anker recalls, refunds USB-C cable over faulty implementation

Anker recalls, refunds USB-C cable over faulty implementation

Things might be getting a bit dangerous in USB-C land as poorly or even wrongly implemented accessories threaten to damage devices. USB-C “Crusader” Benson Leung, with help from Nathan K. exposed one such accessory, Anker’s Powerline 3.1Gen2 USB-C cable, that could damage a smartphone after it was used to charge a higher voltage device like a laptop. To its credit, Anker did the right thing and have issued a recall of the faulty cable as well as a refund to customers who have already purchased the said accessory.

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