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iOS 10 lets users remove stock apps from home screen

iOS 10 lets users remove stock apps from home screen

Per user requests, iOS 10 will allow users to delete built-in apps from their homescreen, and the feature will be available starting with iOS 10 beta. The feature applies to 23 built-in apps, including things like Contacts, Calculator, Weather, iTunes Store and more, and is applicable across the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, with certain exceptions (Contacts, for example, can only be removed from the iPhone home screen).

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iPhone 5se rumored to ditch Rose Gold for Hot Pink

iPhone 5se rumored to ditch Rose Gold for Hot Pink

Just when you thought the rumor dust around the 4-inch iPhone has more or less settled a month before it is finally revealed, here comes a new one that could tickle some pink, pardon the pun. Apparently, according to a third party accessory maker in Japan, the upcoming iPhone 5se, whose name still isn't final of course, will come in three color option of Silver, Space Gray, and Pink. What's that you say? No Rose Gold? Apparently so. And it might seem that regular Gold might be missing as well.

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Apple’s 1-billion active devices figure in perspective

Apple’s 1-billion active devices figure in perspective

This afternoon, Apple announced many firsts and bests, one of the simplest being "1 Billion Active Installed Base". This number represents what Apple has recorded as "iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod touch, Apple TV, and Apple Watch devices that have been engaged with [Apple] services within the past 90 days". That's one whole heck of a lot of devices. It doesn't account for devices that've been active offline exclusively, and it doesn't count how many Apple devices have been sold to date.

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Amazon Video adds “X-Ray” for iOS app

Amazon Video adds “X-Ray” for iOS app

The newest update to the Amazon Video app for iOS users - for iPad and iPhone - is bringing on one of the system's most clever features. Here users will be able to use "X-Ray", previously available on Amazon Video apps for Fire devices - Amazon's own version of Android, and standard Android Amazon Video apps. This update allows users to use the power of IMDB, the Internet Movie Database, to find information about the video content they're currently watching.

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YouTube Music is here: download now for Android and iPhone

YouTube Music is here: download now for Android and iPhone

Google has officially launched YouTube Music, an app that sits separate from the original YouTube app. This app is different from what Google revealed earlier this year in "YouTube Music Key" - here you're getting a music experience outside of the standard YouTube app. This app works with the Google Music subscription fee and is provided in the single monthly cost. You can also access the app (some of it, anyway) without a fee.

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Star Wars Action Movie FX app reveals BB-8’s weapons and agility

Star Wars Action Movie FX app reveals BB-8’s weapons and agility

The new hero droid of Star Wars is beginning to really, truly take shape with video footage from a variety of odd sources. What you're about to see is how well our hero, the soccer-ball droid BB-8, is able to get around. You'll also see a few accessories this little monster is carrying inside his spherical body. He's got more than a few tricks up his sleeve, to be sure.

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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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Google Keep released to iPhone

Google Keep released to iPhone

Today Google brings one of its lesser-known super-helpful apps "Google Keep" to iPhone. This app has been out for Google's own Android operating system for many months, just coming to iOS for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch for the first time today. This app will allow you to keep notes, save thoughts with audio, and keep images of odd objects in check in one colorful place. This app is out for free on iOS starting this afternoon and should work on most if not all iOS devices released over the past several years, just so long as they have all their requisite software updates from Apple.

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iPhone app malware attack: details you need to know

iPhone app malware attack: details you need to know

This morning Apple released a statement on a large-scale attack on their iOS App Store. Apple is in the process of cleaning up after the attack, having found a malicious program by the name of XcodeGhost earlier today. This is the first reported case of malware making its way into Apple's App Stores in any sort of large-scale manner. According to cyber security firm Palo Alto Networks, just five malicious software-containing apps had ever been found on the iOS App Store before.

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iOS 9 download error? Try iTunes (no, really)

iOS 9 download error? Try iTunes (no, really)

This morning iOS 9 was released by Apple to the public for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Along with this release came a bit of an error for users attempting to download remotely. Tapping the Update button on one's own iPhone results in a failed download for some users. As it were, the iTunes-based update from a user's connected Mac or PC seems to be the trick - no errors yet reported.

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Apple iOS 8.4.1 released to fix Apple Music issues

Apple iOS 8.4.1 released to fix Apple Music issues

Apple has released iOS 8.4.1, tackling a number of media bugs that have surfaced since Apple Music launched. The update, a roughly 57MB download, addresses hidden tracks, missed favorites when listening to Beats 1 music, and finesses playlist management.

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Apple has new iOS 9 and watchOS 2.0 betas for you

Apple has new iOS 9 and watchOS 2.0 betas for you

Apple has released iOS 9 beta 5 for iPhone and iPad, as well as watchOS 2 beta 5 for Apple Watch, as it nears the final versions this fall. The new software, which requires either an Apple developer account or beta program membership in order to access, paves the way for features like WiFi Calling on the iPhone across more carriers, as well as smarter switching of WiFi and cellular data for faster browsing, while on the smartwatch there's a new Time-Lapse face among other tweaks.

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