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PopSlate Lightning Review: An iPhone Case With An E-Ink Screen

What does the back of your phone look like? Is it covered by a case? Either way, I’m willing to bet it looks the same every day. What if you could personalise it with the push of a button, wirelessly beaming your favourite photos to an e-ink screen that lives in a special iPhone 6 case? Say hello to the PopSlate.


30 Years Of Apple's Guided Tours, From Awkward To Amazing

The Apple Watch starts hitting wrists today with one of the most incredibly enormous user guides ever produced for an Apple product: 23 topics, almost 100 pages, not even including the 10 videos produced to teach people how to use this thing. Apple started creating “guided tours” for its new products back in 1984 — here are some highlights from over the years.


Homescreen Voyeurs Rejoice, This App Lets You Gawk At Other iPhones

Admit it, whenever you see someone using their iPhone you’re always trying to sneak a peek of what apps they have deemed important enough to put on their homescreen, and what kind of wallpaper they’re using. Now, thanks to an iOS app called #Homescreen that allows users the world over to share and stare at screenshots of their diverse homescreens, you no longer have to be so covert about it.


Apple's New Emoji Open Up A Whole New Realm Of Painful Awkwardness

Those who have updated their iPhones to iOS 8.3 have already seen the future: Among the many updates out today is a redesigned emoji keyboard with new and improved (and “diverse“) emoji. Basically, the plot of every Wes Anderson movie just got way easier to recap.


The Most Obscenely Expensive Apps For iOS

If you thought $10 was highway robbery when it comes to apps, this colourful infographic should help put things in perspective.


This Cheap Hack Shows No iPhone PIN Is Really Safe

I’ve always thought of an iPhone passcode as being fairly secure — it’s a four-digit number, whith a lockout that prevents just mashing buttons until you find the right answer. But apparently there’s a cheap box that can get hack your security, no matter what.


Topps' New App Lets You Trade Star Wars Cards With Anyone On Earth

Books, magazines, comics, even photographs have already all made the move to digital. And finally, 65 years after coming up with a clever way to boost gum sales, Topps is bringing its iconic trading cards into the digital world with a new Star Wars app that lets collectors trade cards with anyone else on earth with an internet connection and an iOS device.


This Tiny Multi-Function Cube Can Save A Dying Smartphone

There is no shortage of tiny USB charging and sync cables available for your smartphone, but the makers of the aptly-named WonderCube have managed to squeeze a surprising amount of functionality into a tiny one-inch cube you’ll never want to leave home without.


Google's Great New Calendar App Comes To iOS

The fantastic Google Calendar revamp that Android users have been enjoying for a while now has finally hit iOS.


All The Very Personal Data Apple's ResearchKit Will Collect About You

Apple has announced the details of the new open-source software framework that will make it easier for medical researchers to access data about millions of potential subjects. ResearchKit sounds amazing — and potentially riddled with security concerns. Will Apple make it easier for adversaries to access your health data, too?


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