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Alleged iPad Air 2 Leak Shows Off One Super-Skinny Tablet

Apple will reportedly introduce its new generation of iPads this month, and the leaks are right on schedule: Today’s rumour comes from the Vietnamese blog Tinhte.vn, which published a slew of photos of what it describes as a model device.


Apple's iPad Event Is October 16: 'It's Been Way Too Long'

As predicted last week, Apple will officially reveal the next iPads to the world on October 16. Invitations have just been sent out, with Apple’s tradition of a coy, hint-y tagline. This time: “It’s been way too long.”


It Looks Like Camera Roll Is Coming Back To iOS 8

Apple’s throwing us a bone, folks. Despite the seemingly never-ending hiccups of iOS 8, the company has apparently decided to respond to overwhelming demand and reintroduce the much-missed Camera Roll feature in iOS 8.1. It’s a little unclear exactly what this means, however.


Bloomberg: Gold iPad Coming This Month, 12.9-Inch Version Next Year

Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is set to announce a refresh of its iPad range later this month, including the addition of a gold-colourd model. But the rumoured 12.9-inch version apparently won’t appear until next year.


Can't Go Back Now: Apple Stops Supporting iOS 7

With every new iOS update, there are bugs and glitches. Oh man, were there ever glitches with iOS 8. For a brief time, if you knew how, you could go back to the sane stability of iOS 7. Not anymore — Apple stopped signing iOS 7.1.2 on Friday afternoon.


Report: iPhone Anti-Tracking Feature Only Works With Mobile Reception Off

Back at WWDC in June, Apple told the world that a new iOS 8 feature would stop marketers from spying on users through Wi-Fi. The feature is available now — but it turns out it only works if you turn off your GPS and disable your call signal, which isn’t quite as comprehensive as we may have thought.


Animated Music Video Jumps Across 14 iPhones And iPads In One Shot

In a time where everything you see on TV and in the movies could easily be faked with computer graphics, it’s nice when someone goes the extra mile to create something special using old-school techniques. For its new single Knock Knock, the band Brunettes Shoot Blondes created an animation that jumps across 14 different devices, and filmed the accompanying perfectly synced performance in real time.


iOS 8 Has Widgets! Here's How To Use Them

Yesterday, Apple finally pushed out iOS 8. Unlike last year’s refresh, iOS 8 is more about functional tweaks and additions than it is about looks. One of the most useful, and long-awaited features is finally adopting third-party widgets.


A Festive Lightning Charging Cable With Built-In Christmas Lights

Deck the halls, deck your desk, and charge your iPhone or iPad this Christmas with a USB Lightning cable featuring festive LED bulbs along its length — even if Christmas is months away. It’s the easiest and most useful way to bring holiday cheer wherever you go, even if those 10 power-sipping LEDs mean your device is most likely going to charge just a little slower than normal.


Apple Won't Turn Over Your IPhone's Data To Police If You're Using IOS 8

Here’s a new feature of iOS 8 that we weren’t expecting: Apple announced tonight that the new software makes it impossible for Apple to turn over the data on an iOS 8-equipped iPhone or iPad to U.S. law enforcement, even in the presence of a search warrant. Chalk one up for privacy.


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