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What is “error 53” on my iPhone all about?

What is “error 53” on my iPhone all about?

Today Apple has confirmed that there is, indeed, a trackable reason why some unique users are receiving an "error 53" on their iPhones. It is, apparently, people who have gone out and gotten their devices repaired by non-certified Apple technicians or have DIY'ed their device repairs at home. Not just any repairs, mind you - repairs to their home button. In this home button, a button with Touch ID, is a failsafe that can brick your whole device (or at least disable it) upon software discovery.

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iPad Air 3 could be an iPad Pro for the common user

iPad Air 3 could be an iPad Pro for the common user

An Apple Event has been tipped to take place next month packed with a number of devices, one of which is the long-awaited iPad Air 3, this time tipped to come with some "Pro" features. This upgrade to the iPad Air 2, a device revealed in the year 2014, will very likely take on several key features of the iPad Pro. As the iPad Air continues to be the hero of the pack of iPad devices on the market today, it's only right that Apple give it the features that make it the prime example of what an iPad is capable of.

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Apple event tipped to release trinity of devices: Watch, iPhone 5se, iPad Air

Apple event tipped to release trinity of devices: Watch, iPhone 5se, iPad Air

This week it's been suggested that Apple is preparing their gear for an incrementally-spaced Apple Event coming soon. This event would bring on three devices, one of which would be the iPhone 5se, the upgraded version of the iPhone 5s, bringing 2016 specs to a smaller handset. Also coming here will be the iPad Air 3, also coming with the most updated of specs to match what iOS is now capable of doing. And of course, the darling wearable, Apple Watch, is set to be given a boost in specs this event as well.

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iPad Air 3 leaked diagram reinforces mini iPad Pro image

iPad Air 3 leaked diagram reinforces mini iPad Pro image

If you haven't had your fill of leaks about the iPad Air 3's various ports, here we are serving you one more. This diagram, complete with dimensions, might seem less "real" than an earlier case photo, but it does offer a bit more, like, well, dimensions. Aside from the every so slightly bigger iPad Air size, the diagram reinforces once again three of the most noted and rumored features of the tablet, namely, four speakers, a rear camera LED flash, and a smart connector.

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iPad Air 3 case hints at 4 speakers, flash, smart connector

iPad Air 3 case hints at 4 speakers, flash, smart connector

Given the attention that Samsung is getting over the Galaxy S7, which we expect to be unveiled at the manufacturer's February 21 Unpacked event, there is naturally a counter flow of talk surrounding Apple's own expected March devices. While the iPhone 5se and its 4-inch body has more or less been leaked to death, the iPad Air 3 remains a curious case. Now leaked photos of an alleged case for the 9.7-inch tablet has just made it even more curious, hinting at a possible Smart Connector for the device.

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iPad Air 3 rumored to pack 4GB RAM and a 4K screen

iPad Air 3 rumored to pack 4GB RAM and a 4K screen

As with any launch from a big company like Apple, there are lots of rumors and speculations about what we can expect from the iPad Air 3. The device is said to be launching in March of this year, and we've already started to hear rumored specs for the device. The big news yesterday was regarding the speakers and camera, today it's about the screen.

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New Apple Watch models rumored to also debut in March

New Apple Watch models rumored to also debut in March

If all these rumors have any ring of truth, then Apple's expected March event will be packed with new devices. First, there is, of course, the 4-inch iPhone 5se, not 6c, which will see the return of a diminutive size not seen since 2013. The, there's the iPad Air 3, which will be the first time a 9.7-inch tablet will make an appearance since 2014. And now there is also word that new Apple Watch models, actually new bands, will also be making a debut in one grand stage presentation.

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iPad Air 3 rumored, or hoped, to get 4 speakers, camera flash

iPad Air 3 rumored, or hoped, to get 4 speakers, camera flash

Now that word of the iPad Air 3 arriving in March has once again surfaced, speculation, and sometimes wishful thinking, about the tablet's upcoming features. Not much is known about it, which makes the iPad Air 3 the perfect blank slate for the rumor mill. Two such features, which perhaps need a good amount of salt, revolve around the tablet's speakers and camera. For one, some are saying that the iPad Air 3 will have four speakers like the iPad Pro. And, quite amusingly, it will also have a flash for the rear camera.

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iPad Air 3 might come 1H 2016 but without 3D Touch

iPad Air 3 might come 1H 2016 but without 3D Touch

A new iPad Air might be coming really soon, after an absence at Apple's regular Fall event. But while that might be good news for fans of the ultra thin tablet, that imminence might come at a cost. According to renowned Apple Analyst Ming-chi Kuo, the iPad Air 3 might make an appearance sometime in the first half of 2016. But when it does, it will not have the 3D Touch feature that app developers are scrambling to support on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

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iPad Pro Review round-up: bridging the notebook gap

iPad Pro Review round-up: bridging the notebook gap

Early reviews of the iPad Pro are in, appearing to understand that Apple wants to replace your laptop, but not necessarily agreeing with that possibility wholeheartedly. While several publications suggest that the iPad Pro is ready to carve out a new spot in the device ecosphere, others say it's not quite ready to replace your laptop just yet. Most seem to agree that the device is top-notch for those that wish to create artwork or write notes all the livelong day. Have a peek at the collection and see what you think.

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Chrome split-screen browsing launches for iPad

Chrome split-screen browsing launches for iPad

Google's own mobile Chrome web browser has launched split-screen browsing for Apple's iPad running iOS 9. This latest update, pushed out in the App Store today, takes advantage of one of the most eagerly-anticipated features of the latest iOS version, allowing you to have Chrome open on one side of the iPad screen while another app occupies the other half.

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Tweetbot 4 released for iOS with iPad support, split-screen, landscape view

Tweetbot 4 released for iOS with iPad support, split-screen, landscape view

Twitter client Tweetbot 4 is released after an extended development time by Tapbots LLC. This release includes support for the iPad - universal support - meaning you're going to be able to use it with (almost) any iPad. This new version has a "Column View" for the newer iPads and iPhone 6 Plus, and Split View multi-tasking on the iPad. More granular mute filter settings are enabled, and users are now able to work with statistics and activity views, too.

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