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February 24, 2015

Mac OS X, iOS are the Most Vulnerable Operating Systems of 2014

If Apple users think their ecosystem is very secure, they might have to rethink it over again: Mac OS X and iOS, its mobile counterpart, are two of the most vulnerable operating systems last year, according to the US National Vulnerability Database (NVD).

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February 20, 2015

Apple iWorks now free for Windows users online

Apple wants to lure in potential users into their Mac world as they opened up their iWorks suite of office productivity software to Windows users for free.

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February 02, 2015

Image of iPad Plus Surfaces Online

Rumors of a bigger iPad have been going on since last year and has since been considered to be named as the iPad Pro. However, a recent development in the rumor mill suggests that bigger slate may go under the name of iPad Plus, which follows the naming scheme that Apple implemented on their new smartphones.

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January 28, 2015

Apple Starts Seeding the iOS 8.1.3 Update

Apple has recently released the latest iteration of its mobile platform which, above anything else, is geared towards addressing some of the bugs that were present on the previous versions of iOS. Continue Reading

January 19, 2015

Apple could bring stylus back on its 12.9-inch ‘iPad Pro’

Another report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in KGI securities (who has a good record on inside scoops from Apple) shows that the Cupertino giant is planning to revive the use of a stylus on tablets as an accessory to the rumored “iPad Pro” that should be Apple‘s biggest tablet yet. Continue Reading

January 17, 2015

iPhone 6S reports suggest double the RAM and better CPU

A new batch of alleged improvements are reported to come to the next flagship for Apple. It was mentioned that the iPhone 6S/7 could have double the RAM and better processing power than the current iPhone 6. Continue Reading

January 14, 2015

Google Remote Desktop for iOS Now on App Store

Nine months after its official release on Play Store, Chrome Remote Desktop has now made its way to Apple’s mobile ecosystem, allowing iOS users to use their iPhone or iPad to remotely control their computer with the help of an accompanying plug-in on Google Chrome browser.

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January 07, 2015

MacBook Air to undergo design overhaul at 12-inches

Rumors of a 12-inch MacBook Air, and how Apple would give it a major facelift, have been a hot topic in the Mac community for quite some time already, yet hard proofs that would back these claims are a little hard to come by. But 9to5Mac, which has been in touch with an Apple insider, may shed some light on some of these speculations.

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December 18, 2014

First official Apple Store opens in the Philippines

It’s finally here! The first official Apple Store in the Philippines has opened in Bonifacio Global City without much noise. This we confirmed after a chance encounter and quick interview with a Marketing Manager overseeing the operations of the store.

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December 13, 2014

Read this before getting an iPad Mini 3 & save yourself Php5k

Just recently, Apple has made their new iPads available to the local market. While I think it’s okay to get an iPad Air 2 for its price, I have to say not a lot of people should buy the iPad Mini 3 for the price of Php20,490, and the reason is simple. Here’s why. Continue Reading

December 13, 2014

iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 priced locally, starts at Php20,490

The new iPads, the iPad Air 2 & the iPad Mini 3, have finally arrived here in the Philippines just in time for Christmas! Continue Reading

November 21, 2014

Shot entirely with an iPhone 6 Plus

National Geographic Young Explorer, Hanna Reyes, shot this travel series entirely with an iPhone 6 Plus. We’ve used and reviewed the iPhone 6 Plus and know the quality of shots it can take. This one by far is among the nicest we’ve seen.

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November 18, 2014

Apple outs iOS 8.1.1; Makes your iPhone 4S and iPad 2 perform faster

Apple has just released an update to its iOS 8. The version 8.1.1 specifically targets the older Apple products such as the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 to make them perform faster. Continue Reading

November 16, 2014

iPhone 6 now up on Apple PH Online Store

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are now both listed in the official Apple Philippines Online Store. This follows the official release of the handsets from Globe and Smart as well as other official Apple Resellers.

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November 15, 2014

New iPhone 8 concept surfaces, looks really sleek

Not everyone liked the design and build of the current iPhone 6 handsets. Not to mention all the hubbub about its bendable form factor previously. Fast forward to this week, a graphic designer posts on Behance his vision for the iPhone 8 and it exudes elegance and beauty at the same time. Continue Reading

November 14, 2014

Globe ships 100k units, 128GB Gold iPhone 6 still most requested

The 128GB Gold version of the iPhone 6 is still the most requested SKU of Apple’s smartphone this year, according to Globe representatives during the official launch at midnight last night.

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November 13, 2014

Open line iPhone 6 and 6 Plus: List of stores and price

Globe and Smart already released their respective postpaid offerings for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. However, not everyone wants to be tied to just one carrier. For those who want an open line iPhone 6/6 Plus, here’s a list of stores to sell them as well as their price points. Continue Reading

November 11, 2014

Dude proposes to his girlfriend with 99 iPhones

Now this is something you don’t see everyday. A man proposes marriage to his girlfriend with 99 iPhone 6’s. Yep, 99! But unfortunately, he learned that this is not the most effective way to convince his girl to tie the knot. Continue Reading

November 02, 2014

Add 128GB on your Macbook with an mDrive Adapter

We recently got a Macbook Air which had a 128GB SSD drive. Coincidentally, the folks from Adam Elements sent us an mDrive adapter for the Air.

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October 30, 2014

The culprit behind iPod Classic’s death

iPod dominated the MP3 player market for years. It began with the first iPod with a circular trackpad and more variants came after. But just when iPhone 6/6 Plus was launched, Apple pulled the iPod Classic from the store. Why?
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October 26, 2014

Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 8.1 now available

The PanGu dev team has been making a name for itself in the iOS realm after they’ve released an untethered jailbreak for iOS 7.1/7.1.1 back in June. The China-based group is at it once again, and this time they take a crack at iOS 8.1 and released an untethered jailbreak for it.

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October 26, 2014

Mac users complain about Wi-Fi issues on OS X Yosemite

Have you upgraded your Mac to OS X Yosemite yet? If you haven’t already, then you might to hold off that plan because a lot of users are complaining about a bug/glitch on the latest version of the OS which causes the Wi-Fi to either disconnect every so often or won’t connect to a wireless network at all.

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October 25, 2014

Smart opens pre-registration page for iPhone 6

Just a day after Globe opened its pre-registration page for the Apple iPhone 6, Smart has also opened their own microsite for interested subscribers who wish to own the latest iPhone on the said carrier. Continue Reading

October 23, 2014

iPad Air 2 now available in PH through Widget City

The latest iPad Air 2 can now be bought in the Philippines and it starts at Php 24,990.
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October 17, 2014

RIP: Our hopes for new iPods are dead

When Apple sent out invitations for their event last night, we were honestly hoping for a long awaited refresh of a product line – maybe the Apple TV or the legendary iPods – as the invite spelled out “It’s been way too long”. As it turns out, we got nothing.

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