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This Keyboard Autocompletes Text To Emoji And Saves Your Favourite Combos

You downloaded iOS 8. You checked out the hidden features. We gave you some suggestions on cool keyboards to try, but ugh — who wants to use words? Keymoji is here to phase out the pesky letters from all your digital communication.


We Met The Bachelor, And His Dream Gadget Might Surprise You

Think that Network Ten’s The Bachelor Australia is just for your girlfriend? You’d be wrong. We met Bachelor Blake and found out that he actually has more than a passing interest in weird tech.


iPhone Day 2014: Here's Every Store Launch In The Country

Need to get your iPhone 6 fix tomorrow morning but don’t want to comb through stupid telco websites to find out who’s open when? Don’t stress. Lifehacker Australia has painstakingly combed through it all for you to find every store that’s opening early around the nation selling the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Check it out. [Lifehacker]


Why Apple Didn't Use Sapphire Screens In The New iPhones

In the run-up to the iPhone 6 announcement, the rumour-mill had basically decided that we were getting a strengthened sapphire screen — something that ultimately proved to be completely false. TIME has an excellent breakdown of why Apple didn’t go the sapphire path.


How To Download iOS 8 Without Deleting All Your Stuff

Now that iOS 8 is finally here, many an iPhone user has eagerly swiped over to the update screen only to find that the greedy install package just won’t fit. But don’t worry — you don’t have to go on a deleting rampage. All it takes is a few simple workarounds, and you can have your iOS 8 and keep your data too.


If Phone Batteries Were Like Black Holes

Briefly: …then we really would be screwed. As Randall Munroe points out in today’s xkcd, sometimes we get a little over-dramatic about our phones ‘dying’ — although yes, it would be neat if, when your phone died, it turned into a worn-out Palm Pilot. [xkcd]


Don't Put iOS 8 On Your iPhone 4S

Apple has made it so that that iOS 8, which goes out to the public today, will work on iPhones reaching all the way back to the venerable 4S. This is good! But as Ars Technica found out the hard way, subjecting your elderly iPhone to new software may not be worth it. At least not yet.


iOS 8 Upgrade Guide: Everything You Need For A Happy Upgrade

iOS 8 is finally here for your iPhone and your iPad. A shiny new operating system is fun, but you probably have some questions. Here are the answers you need.


Apple Watch Will Play Music On Bluetooth Headphones, No iPhone Required

The Apple Watch we got a glimpse at this week is a powerful peripheral device, but most of its tricks require it to be tethered to an iPhone in the user’s pocket. Last night on Charlie Rose, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed one thing the Watch can do on its own: Send music to your Bluetooth headphones.


A Custom, All-GIF Keyboard Is Coming To iOS, Because Of Course It Is

Now that iOS 8 is opening its arms to the various third-party keyboards of the world, we’re finally starting to see the fruits of many a developer’s labour. But PopKey has gone above and beyond the call of duty with a fully customisable keyboard that’s all GIFs all the time. Just like god intended.


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