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July 20, 2014

Apple’s 2-step verification feature now available in PH

Nearly a year and a half after its official announcement, Apple has finally made the 2-step verification available to 59 countries including Philippines.

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July 14, 2014

64GB iPhone 6 price, availability, and dimensions leak

Online retailer Amazon Japan reveals some interesting information for the iPhone 6, giving us a sort of unofficial confirmation at some of the rumored details on the hotly-anticipated smartphone from Apple. Amazon posted on their website the dimensions, availability, and other physical specs of the device. Continue Reading

July 11, 2014

This case allows iPhone 5/5s to go 300-ft underwater

It’s hard to imagine why would anyone want to bring their iPhone 5/5s with them during a deep ocean dive. But if you happen to know a diver who would want to but can’t, then Thanko may have just something that may tickle their fancy.

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July 11, 2014

All-glass iPhone and iPad could be Apple’s secret weapon

The iPhone 6, based from the renderings and mock-ups we’ve seen, is likely to sport an all-aluminum rear shell with its display made of tough sapphire glass. Well Apple has just been granted a patent that will enable the company to make an all-glass housing for its wide range of devices. Could this give the company its needed edge over other brands? Continue Reading

July 08, 2014

Apple adds 5MP rear iSight camera on the 5th Gen iPod Touch 16GB, now retails for Php11,690

Apple has not made any significant upgrades on the iPod Touch since the company unveiled the iPod Touch 5th Gen back in September 2012. Recently though, the Cupertino-based firm has quietly added a 5MP iSight camera on the back of the 16GB version of the iPod Touch 5th Gen which was noticeably missing on the first model.

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July 08, 2014

A fleet of 10,000 Foxbots will aid in production of iPhone 6

Foxconn, one of the biggest partners of Apple in manufacturing its devices, announces that it will slowly veer away from using manual labor and instead make use of robots or “Foxbots” as they call it to help in the assembly of the iPhone 6. Continue Reading

July 04, 2014

iPhone 6 could launch earlier than expected, retail after a week

After being reported that Apple’s iPhone 6 will arrive during the last week of September, new information has emerged saying that we could be seeing it as early as the first week of said month. It would then be available for delivery a little more than a week after its launch. Continue Reading

July 04, 2014

Apple is hiring: iCup Technician to always brew coffee

Do you happen to be looking for a new job at a good company? Are you particularly skilled in brewing coffee? If so, this may be your best chance to land a gig at Apple! The Cupertino-based company is currently looking for an iCup Technician that basically brews coffee for its employees. Continue Reading

July 01, 2014

Apple releases iOS 7.1.2 update

Apple has released the iOS 7.1.2 update via OTA to the iPhone, iPod touch, and the iPad, bringing with it some bug fixes and security enhancements. Continue Reading

June 28, 2014

Apple Aperture reaches the end of the road

Earlier this month, Apple announced the upcoming version of their operating system, OS X Yosemite, during this year’s WWDC. And with it comes the sad news that the company’s “pro” photo-editing suite called Aperture will no longer receive updates.

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June 26, 2014

Apple outs 16GB iPod touch with 5MP camera for $199

Apple recently announced its new iPod touch model with 16GB of internal storage and 5 megapixel iSight camera for $199. Continue Reading

June 26, 2014

Google calls out Apple: “We already did these 5 years ago”

During the recently-concluded I/O conference, Google somehow retaliated back at Apple after they insulted them earlier this month saying, “Android dominates the market in malware”. To which Google said that what they’re doing now isn’t new at all and has already been done by Android years ago. Continue Reading

June 24, 2014

How to Jailbreak your iDevice running on iOS 7.1/7.1.1

If you’ve been holding off on upgrading to the latest version of iOS because you’ll lose your Jailbreak stuff, well fret no more because a team of Chinese devs have released a software that can Jailbreak (untethered) supported iDevices running on iOS 7.1 and/or 7.1.1. Head past the break for a quick tutorial on how you can do it.

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June 24, 2014

Here are photos of the iPad Air 2 with Touch ID

Apart from the many leaks of the next iPhones, alleged photos of the iPad Air 2 have also found its way into the internet through Twitter and through replicas from NoWhereElse. Continue Reading

June 17, 2014

iStick: Lightning flash drive, starting at $129 for 8GB

From Kickstarter, HYPER by Sanho has successfully developed a flash drive compatible with the new iDevices from Apple that come with the new Lightning connector – the iStick – which will allow easy access of photos, music and other files just by plugging it in with an app; no more syncing. Continue Reading

June 17, 2014

Apple Certified Refurbished iPhone 5 now available in PH

Yesterday, we received an email from a local PR firm announcing the availability of Apple Certified Pre-owned iPhone 5 in the country.

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June 15, 2014

Photos of iPhone 6 at 4.7-inches and 5.5-inches

Actual photos of what could be the upcoming Apple iPhone 6 has emerged and shows two display sizes — a 4.7 inch variant and a bigger 5.5 inch variant.

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June 09, 2014

Razer unveils Junglecat, iPhone 5/5S controller

Razer has officially launched their first console-style controller, the Razer Junglecat, made specifically to work with the Apple iPhone 5 and its successor, the iPhone 5S.

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June 08, 2014

Apple iPhone 6 – what we know so far

Many are looking forward to the arrival of Apple’s upcoming flagship smartphone – the iPhone 6. There have been rumors here and there right from its alleged specs, features, and down to what its form factor could look like. We’ve compiled what we currently know about this device to give you a general idea on what to expect when it comes out. Continue Reading

June 05, 2014

COGITO POP now available in PH for Php5,500

The company announces the availability of the COGITO POP that brings notifications from your smartphone straight to your wrist. They boast that this connected device isn’t your ordinary smart watch since it fuses functionality with its stylish designs. Continue Reading

June 03, 2014

5 iOS 8 features already found on Android

Apple has talked a lot about their new mobile operating system, iOS 8, in WWDC 2014. While there were no extreme changes and hardware announcements, we all got a bunch of small improvements aimed at big changes. However, most of the new additions sound completely familiar, for non-iOS users at least. Now where have we seen these features before? Here are 5 iOS 8 features already found on Android: Continue Reading

June 03, 2014

iOS 8 has free calls and support for Tagalog keyboard

During the WWDC launch, Apple sped through the explanation of some features on the new iOS 8 and didn’t get to detail everything. Among those features are free calls using Wi-Fi, support for different languages including Tagalog, and more. Continue Reading

June 03, 2014

Apple iOS 8 now official: everything you need to know

Launching in WWDC, Apple has finally unveiled the next version of their mobile operating system - iOS 8. Continue Reading

June 03, 2014

Apple announces OS X 10.10 Yosemite

At WWDC 2014, Apple finally unveils their latest operating system – OS X 10.10 Yosemite, long rumored to be an update to its predecessor bridging the design gap between Apple’s desktop OS and mobile OS, iOS, along with a bunch of app improvements. Continue Reading

May 29, 2014

It’s official! Apple buying Beats for $3 billion

Apple has officially announced that it will acquire Beats Music and Beats Electronics for a whopping $3 billion. Continue Reading