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Hands-on with the Manfrotto Klyp+ for iPhone

Hands-on with the Manfrotto Klyp+ for iPhone

With the iPhone being the camera of choice for some of us, some of the functionality we left behind on our point-and-shoot cameras can be frustrating. A few new accessories from Manfrotto could help bridge the gap, though, even making your iPhone a bit more useful in the process.

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Nova iPhone light adds external flash

Nova iPhone light adds external flash

The iPhone may already have an LED light for its camera, but a wireless flash that can fit in your wallet but make a big difference in how your photos and videos look aims to replace it. Nova squeezes forty points of LED light and a white diffuser, scaled to the size of a credit card, and with a choice of tones to suit different lighting conditions.

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iOS 8 time-lapse feature shown off using iPhone 5S

iOS 8 time-lapse feature shown off using iPhone 5S

Of the lesser known features incoming for iOS 8, a time-lapse feature for the camera is among the coolest. Taking pics at intervals, the new iOS camera app will provide a quick synopsis of a longer moment in time. Thought he feature isn’t a new one, it’s the first time it’s been included right into the stock camera. A new video shows just how great the new feature is.

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Ferrari FF CarPlay hands-on plus Pioneer’s Apple upgrade

Ferrari FF CarPlay hands-on plus Pioneer’s Apple upgrade

CarPlay is coming, and Apple's push to put iOS and Siri in the dashboard could be one of the most significant plays from the Cupertino firm since the iPhone itself. Breaking away from the multitude of different infotainment UIs, CarPlay pushes out a customized iOS interface instead, with familiar apps like Apple Maps, iTunes, and Messages, all controlled by voice. I spent some time in three demo vehicles - Ferrari's eye-widening FF, Chevrolet's latest Spark EV, and a beautiful classic Mustang - to see how CarPlay works.

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iOS 8 will scan credit card info; no more punching numbers in

iOS 8 will scan credit card info; no more punching numbers in

You know that feeling — you get through several screens on a website that has something you want to buy, only to land on a page that wants all your gritty credit card details. You have to get your card out, painstakingly identify the rubbed out numbers on the card, and carefully enter them. One slip and you’re back to square one. In iOS 8, that scenario is going to be a lot easier with credit card scanning.

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iOS 8 round-up: Apple paves the way for hardware

iOS 8 round-up: Apple paves the way for hardware

Apple’s newest version of their mobile operating system, iOS 8, builds on the look and feel of iOS 7. Inside you’ll find a number of feature updates on the surface, but - especially important since it was introduced at a developer conference - you’ll find more underneath the surface than meets the eye. Apple suggests that iOS 8 is "Huge for developers. Massive for everyone else."

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iOS 8 Beta release today, public this Fall

iOS 8 Beta release today, public this Fall

All we’ve heard about iOS 8 since the start of today is being pushed to developers by the end of today. Apple will be releasing iOS 8 Beta to developers today, while a full release to the public will be taking place this Fall.

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iOS 8 official at WWDC with expanded developer experience

iOS 8 official at WWDC with expanded developer experience

Apple has made clear that they’re intending on taking the iPhone and the iPad out a new door this week with a release of iOS 8 that will change the developer experience. Apple CEO Tim Cook suggested that "iOS 8 is a giant release and is really two stories, not one. It has great end user features, but it also has dev features."

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Dr Dre speaks with Apple onstage at WWDC 2014

Dr Dre speaks with Apple onstage at WWDC 2014

Today in a demonstration of how OS X Yosemite was able to use an iPhone as a relay to make phone calls, Apple made a call to Dr. Dre. His phone number - almost certainly a single-use number - called up Dre on stage. "Hey how you doing, this is Dre," said Dre, "I'm glad you called. I heard Tim gets in early — what time should I show up for work."

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Apple WWDC tipped to include cheaper iMac, iPhone 5s (Highly unlikely)

Apple WWDC tipped to include cheaper iMac, iPhone 5s (Highly unlikely)

Apple's developers conference kicks off soon, and with it could come the introduction of a cheaper iMac and 8GB iPhone 5s, it has been suggested. The information goes on to suggest how Apple will go about reducing the cost of the iMac, something that would better position it against competitors.

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iPhone 6 vs every other iPhone video gets 4K release

iPhone 6 vs every other iPhone video gets 4K release

This year’s iPhone 6 dummy has been captured once again, this time in the form of a close-up and detailed comparison to the rest of the iPhone lineup. This device is compared to the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s as well as the entire collection of iPhone 4S and below - everything with a smaller display, that is to say.

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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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