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Everything That's Changed In The New iTunes 12.0

Apple just released the latest build of OS X Yosemite, including a brand new iTunes. It’s only a little bit anti-climactic. Version 12.0 does indeed look a lot like Version 11.3, the version that’s probably on your computer. But it’s got some neat little treats nevertheless.


iOS 8 Comes With A New App That Teaches You How To Use Your iPhone

The newest build of iOS 8 just hit developers, and it includes a new Apple app called Tips, which will help new users navigate the basics of Apple’s mobile OS. As the name implies, Tips will be full of helpful “did you know” like suggestions and mini tutorials on iOS 8 features.


iPhone 6 Screen May Not Be Sapphire, Probably Isn't Arrow-Proof: Report

It’s winter, which means Apple is probably updating the iPhone soon, which means the iPhone 6 rumour merry-go-round is spinning up. We’ve heard that Apple might use sapphire for a tougher iPhone screen, but experiments with alleged Apple materials say that might not exactly be the case.


Apple's Futuristic Spaceship Campus Is Slowly Coming Together

Work is well underway at Apple’s new campus in Cupertino, California. The new, circular building is set to open in 2016, will host Apple’s future product and development keynotes and events — and it’s starting to look like the spaceship that everyone says it is.


A MagSafe Charger For The iPhone Would Be Awesome

MagSafe is really wonderful tech, the MacBook’s most underrated feature. Wouldn’t it be great on the iPhone too? That’s what the Kickstarter for a charger and battery pack called “Cabin” is shooting for. And even if it never actually happens, it’s a nice fantasy.


Apple And IBM Will Make It Easier For Your iPhone To Be Your Work Phone

Apple and IBM have just announced an unprecedented partnership to bring the iPhone to enterprise customers. In other words, you’re actually going to be able to use your iPhone for work.


Apple's iPhone And iPad Trade-In Scheme Kicks Off In Australia

Got an old iPhone or iPad kicking around in your drawer at home? Now it’s finally worth something: As expected, Apple has kicked off its iPhone and iPad Recycling Scheme in Australia that will see customers paid up to $250 for their old gadgets.


Nokia Lumia 930: Australian Review

It’s been slow-going for Microsoft’s adopted little brother, Nokia, but after a hard slog, the phone maker is finally starting to gain ground. The Lumia 930 is the next great hope for Nokia. Does it have what it takes to play with the big boys from Samsung, HTC and Apple?


The Best Free And Cheap Apps In The App Store Sixth Anniversary Sale

Apple has gotten in the wonderful little habit of discounting some of its most beloved App Store fare for its birthday, and this year is no different. In honour of the sixth anniversary of the App Store, Apple developers have kindly discounted a whole slew of gems for you. We’ve picked out the best of the bunch.


China Says The iPhone Is A Security Threat

China’s (massively influential) state broadcaster has decided that the iPhone is a “national security concern” because of its location-tracking functionality. It said that the data recorded by iOS could help “people” — by which we assume it means “Americans” — gain knowledge of the broader situation in China or “even state secrets.”