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iPhone 7 and an Apple Watch: a monstrous creation

iPhone 7 and an Apple Watch: a monstrous creation

Today a new concept has arisen showing what the iPhone 7 could be if Apple absolutely lost its mind and decided to retrofit Apple Watch features to it. What you're about to see is a monster. A Dr. Frankenstein's creation made with the most iconic pieces of the iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch. What reason would there be for a digital crown to be on a smartphone? Who cares? Let's just make it a reality with absolute wild abandon for all things sleek and useful!

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Apple Pay takes hold as PayPal dives

Apple Pay takes hold as PayPal dives

The mobile iteration of PayPal is taking a dive - and has been taking a dive the for past year - as Apple Pay begins to take a firm grasp on mobile payments. Thus says the data presented by 451 Research in a study conducted over the 3-month period ending this March, 2015. In it, 451 Research's ChangeWave service had 4,168 respondents "primarily based in North America" answer questions about their planned use (over the next 90 days) of mobile payment applications as well as issues of security therein.

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Why I’m Breaking Down and Buying an Apple Watch

Why I’m Breaking Down and Buying an Apple Watch

I’ve gone back and forth over the last several weeks trying to decide whether an Apple Watch was for me. After all, I’m not so sure that wearables really are the next big thing like so many others argue and I’m convinced that they need to change dramatically in order to provide a real competition to traditional watches.

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Report: Apple Pay coming to Canada this Fall

Report: Apple Pay coming to Canada this Fall

Apple Pay is dead simple to use, but is still US-only. According to a new report, that’s all going to change very soon. We know all the great things Apple Pay is capable of — like splitting rent or buying peanuts when you’re flying — and it seems Canadians are about to find out for themselves just how cool Apple Pay is. If a report from The Wall Street Journal is accurate, Canada will be getting Apple Pay starting this Fall.

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Huawei P8 vs iPhone 6: not the real war

Huawei P8 vs iPhone 6: not the real war

Welcome to the battle Huawei would love for you to be placing under consideration: Huawei P8 vs iPhone 6. Of course that's not a set of phones you'll be considering battling one another, not least of all because the Huawei P8 won't be doing its initial launch in the United States. Instead - if you're really in the market for a new phone, you'll be considering your ecosystem and the one element in a smartphone that you'll probably use more than any other - the camera. ...or the display, of course - the thing you actually use more than anything else.

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Debunked: “Galaxy S6 Edge more costly to make, cheaper to buy than iPhone”

Debunked: “Galaxy S6 Edge more costly to make, cheaper to buy than iPhone”

The differences are slight - or they might seem slight to the untrained eye - but the Galaxy S6 Edge's cost to Samsung is higher than the average phone. In fact, according to a study being published by IHS today, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge's estimated cost to build is higher than an equivalent* iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, but costs less for a consumer to buy outright on the market today. *Equivalent, that is to say, if you consider what they present to be the same.

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Here’s why Touch ID may not be working for you in the App Store

Here’s why Touch ID may not be working for you in the App Store

Fixing bugs in apps is a lot like whack-a-mole; you nail one or two down, and another take their place. Sometimes more than one. Sometimes, that new one is more annoying and difficult than the others were, combined. such might be the case with iOS 8.3, as users on Reddit are reporting Touch ID is not working properly with the update. While it’s not the connection-killer that Apple experienced with a previous update, Touch ID doesn’t seem to be working for App Store visitors.

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iPhone spreads WiFi calling in iOS 8.3 to more carriers

iPhone spreads WiFi calling in iOS 8.3 to more carriers

Apple's release of iOS 8.3 yesterday may have initially wowed with a whole bunch of new emojis, but it's the spread of WiFi calling that could have longer-term appeal for iPhone users. Until now only supported on T-Mobile USA, the functionality means that even when you have no carrier network connection, an iPhone on WiFi will still be able to make voice calls. That is, assuming you're with one of the carriers for whom iOS 8.3 activated the tech this week.

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Mophie Spacestation adds power & storage to iPhone 6, iPad mini

Mophie Spacestation adds power & storage to iPhone 6, iPad mini

Mophie has already made a business out of giving the iPhone more battery life than Apple put inside, and now it's looking to do the same with storage. The new Mophie Spacestation range updates last year's iPhone 5/5s models, combining both an external battery and up to 128GB of space for photos, music, and videos, either packaged into an external enclosure or - more interestingly - built into a Space Pack case for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPad mini.

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Photojojo Disposable Camera app hits iPhone

Photojojo Disposable Camera app hits iPhone

There's a photo store by the name of Photojojo, one that's taken advantage of the change-over from analog to digital every step of the way. Now they're going retro. Now they've got a so-called "disposable camera" app that prints photos for you from Photojojo's own printing facilities, sending them to you in the mail after you've taken said photos. Just like a normal disposable camera (which do still exist, mind you), but easier. With big card prints for you, just like your parents held so dear. So very hipster of you.

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