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iOS 11.2 released: Apple Pay Cash and Dec. 2 bug fix for iPhone

iOS 11.2 released: Apple Pay Cash and Dec. 2 bug fix for iPhone

Apple has released iOS 11.2, pushing out the major iPhone and iPad update in what appears to be an early launch to address devices affected by the December 2 crash bug. The update was released to iOS users this morning, and includes Apple Pay Cash which allows individuals to send and receive money through Messages or by asking the Siri assistant. There's also improvements in the update for wireless charging.

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The secret iPhone X difference Apple isn’t talking about

The secret iPhone X difference Apple isn’t talking about

Not all iPhone X handsets are created equal, new research has demonstrated, and if you want the best LTE performance there are specific models you should be looking out for. While on the face of it there are only a few different configurations of Apple's smartphone, in reality there are more variations than simply color and storage capacity.

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iPhone X sales forecast: What Android move comes next?

iPhone X sales forecast: What Android move comes next?

The folks at IHS Markit released their first analyzation of initial sales for the iPhone X this week, and we're running down the numbers. We're also having a peek at what's happened to the Android universe since Apple revealed their "10." The first and most important part of this set of information is the IHS Markit forecast of iPhones shipped by Apple in Q4 2017: a cool 88.8 million units*. That'd be Apple's most iPhones sold in a single quarter in their whole history.

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This director shot his new film entirely on iPhone X: Here’s why

This director shot his new film entirely on iPhone X: Here’s why

Apple may be talking up the iPhone X's camera, but can the smartphone really replace a "proper" video setup? That's what director and videographer Tristan Pope set out to test, shooting his new dance film "Smoke and Mirrorless" entirely on the iPhone X.

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Snapchat update: What just happened?

Snapchat update: What just happened?

Today Snap updated Snapchat in a major way, fully packed with an experience "organized around your relationships and personalized just for you!" There's now a split between friends and everyone/everything else. On the left you'll see Stories and Chats with Friends. On the right you'll see "Stories from publishers, creators, and the community are on the right."

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Apple now has YouTube videos for basic support tips

Apple now has YouTube videos for basic support tips

Apple has always prided itself on having personable customer support staff that add a human touch to their service. As nice as that might sound, it doesn’t scale well with the growing number of Apple users. It took to Twitter last year as a sort of compromise that can fit in 140, now 280 characters. Now it is hopping on YouTube to provide moving pictures instructions on some of the most burning support questions users have, like how to take screenshots on an iPhone or how to print from an iPad.

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How to buy Bitcoin for USD before the price hits $10k (later today)

How to buy Bitcoin for USD before the price hits $10k (later today)

This afternoon Bitcoin will almost certainly reach $10,000 USD per coin - making this another all-time-high in a month full of all-time-highs. This price means each full Bitcoin is worth approximately 10-thousand United States Dollars. It also means that each fraction of a Bitcoin is also at its own all-time-high.

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iPhone X Face ID again reportedly tricked by new “artificial twin” mask

iPhone X Face ID again reportedly tricked by new “artificial twin” mask

If the Google Pixel 2 has bugs as its main pain point, the iPhone X possibly has Face ID as its counterpart. Drowning out almost all other discussions about the iPhone X’s strengths and flaws, the industry seems to be largely interested in seeing whether Face ID is as secure as Apple touts it to be. According to Vietnamese security outfit Bkav, is absolutely isn’t. It has, in fact, raised the alarm level after successfully demonstrating how Face ID was instantly fooled by a new type of mask it dubbed the “artificial twin”.

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YouTube iOS battery drain bug fixed in latest update

YouTube iOS battery drain bug fixed in latest update

In recent weeks, YouTube users on iOS began reporting an issue with the app that was causing it to drain their iPhone battery rapidly. Due to the rapid battery drain, these users reported that their device would get very warm to the touch, making it a frustrating issue all around. YouTube said earlier this month that it would investigate the matter, and now it is back with a fix.

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Two of three Cydia jailbreaking app sources have shut down

Two of three Cydia jailbreaking app sources have shut down

Once upon a time, jailbreaking an iPhone or iPad was really the only way for users to truly get the best experience out of their expensive devices. Fast-forward 10 years later, jailbreaking iOS devices feels almost like a distant memory. That memory might be fast fading too, as ModMy and ZodTTD/MacCiti shut down, leaving BigBoss as the last remaining major source of apps, themes, and files for jailbroken iPhones and iPads. This, in turn, could mark the slow decline and decay of the jailbreaking community.

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Pokemon GO Event Update today!

Pokemon GO Event Update today!

Today Niantic released a Pokemon GO update in app form - that means a new iPhone app and a new APK for Android. Those that wish to download for the newest iPhone - iPhone X - will get a special treat. That treat is an actual, working version of Pokemon GO for their very strangely-shaped phone display, hooray!

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iPhone SE 2 tipped to give beloved design a 2018 update

iPhone SE 2 tipped to give beloved design a 2018 update

Apple is reportedly preparing a new version of the iPhone SE, a second-generation update of the sleeper-hit smartphone to satisfy both budget- and size-minded buyers. Launched in early 2016, the iPhone SE kept the form-factor of the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s before it, but packed it with components borrowed from the newer iPhone 6S to bring the performance up to date.

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