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iPhone 6 leaks, survey show we may not get all we want

iPhone 6 leaks, survey show we may not get all we want

Expected to be announced soon, the iPhone 6 is being rumored as a bigger, badder version of the iPhone we’ve all come to know. A recent survey aimed to ask users what they wanted from the new device, and the results were generally in line with what the rumors are. There are, however, some things we want that may not arrive with the iPhone 6.

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Just how big will iPhone 6 be?

Just how big will iPhone 6 be?

A collection of iPhone 6 dummy models have been spread amongst publishers in the East. One of these models has been measured, this week, showing off what very well may be nearly-perfect length, width, and depth for the next-generation iPhone. This dummy model was likely originally intended for an accessory maker with cues and sizing meant to inform the creation of cases.

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Apple fixing iMessage lock-in bug

Apple fixing iMessage lock-in bug

Apple's frustrating iMessage bug that has left iPhone and iPad users struggling to jump ship to Android could be close to being fixed, with the company saying that it is partway through addressing the problem with the SMS alternative. The glitch - which sees a user unable to extricate their cellphone number from the iMessage system, meaning their remaining contacts using iOS may send them messages they're unable to read on their non-Apple device - has already prompted a lawsuit.

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Case+ for iPhone: Hands-on with Logitech’s catch-all kit

Case+ for iPhone: Hands-on with Logitech’s catch-all kit

With Logitech’s new Case+ accessory kit for the iPhone, you get just about every accessory trinket you could possibly want, and definitely everything you need. A battery backup is almost always necessary for iPhone users, and a car mount is something many take advantage of. With so much going on with the Case+, and the fairly large price tag, is it worth the investment? We went hands-on to find out.

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Apple patents touch panels for solar-powered iPhone future

Apple patents touch panels for solar-powered iPhone future

The newest in an incredibly vast collection of patents filed for and held by Apple is an update to a previously held patent for solar panels. These solar panels were previously filed for patent to include touch-friendly pieces of equipment, but not displays as such. In this update, Apple’s newest next-generation ware may very well be the solar-powered iPhone.

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Telenav Scout switches to OpenStreetMap crowdsourced data

Telenav Scout switches to OpenStreetMap crowdsourced data

Telenav has switched its Scout for iPhone app to OpenStreetMap, planning a similar change for the Android version imminently, and meanwhile rebranding January acquisition Skobbler. The shift - telegraphed with the addition of OpenStreetMap founder Steve Coast to Telenav's team, where he heads up the OSM division - sees Telenav ditch paid mapping data in favor of a crowdsourced alternative.

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Flappy Bird re-release includes fewer pixels, more birds

Flappy Bird re-release includes fewer pixels, more birds

The release of Flappy Bird - the re-release, that is - has been detailed today in an interview with the developer Dong Nguyen. This fellow grew famous rapidly earlier this year when the Flappy Bird game was originally released to Android and iOS, doubling his fame once he decided to remove the app from the public. Now he’s bringing it back.

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Titanfall Companion App Review

Titanfall Companion App Review

Respawn Entertainment have come forward with a companion app for Titanfall. This app acts as an information guide for those wishing to research weapons, game modes, levels (for the game’s Multiplayer Campaign), as well as expanded universe. You'll also be able to work with in-game guidance with a live map, if you do so desire.

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