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iOS 6.1 in Beta; Release on the Horizon

Developers and other beta testers (those who have registered their device’s Unique Device Identifier with Apple’s developer program) are eagerly putting the beta versions of iOS 6.1 through its paces. While Apple has yet to announce a firm release date, all indications are that we can expect 6.1 sometime in

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AT&T Doesn’t Plan on Charging for FaceTime on Cellular

AT&T has revealed that it will not charge users a premium for using FaceTime over a cellular connection, but instead will require those who desire to do so to be on one of its new Mobile Share data plans. iOS’ popular device-to-device video chatting feature was previously limited for use

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4G LTE Support Doesn’t Change FaceTime Requirements

Many of the major, big gun tech websites were sent review units of the new iPad, and one of the more prominent ones, The Verge reports that the support for LTE with the release of the new iPad doesn't change Apple's requirements for FaceTime. You still much be connected to a Wi-Fi network.

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Siri and iOS 5 Make Apple’s 1987 Vision of the Future a Reality

The future, the new era of technology, is officially upon us. Twenty-three years ago, as the idea of personal computing was gaining momentum, Apple envisioned a device that was at that time almost completely based on science fiction. It was one of the few concept videos that really struck a

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Sprint May Exclusively Get iPhone 5 in a Multi-Billion Dollar Deal, Updated iPhone 4S/5 Feature Lists

Sprint may have entered into a deal with Apple worth $20 billion, a huge gamble for the struggling carrier. As a result of the deal, iPhone 5 would reportedly be exclusively available on Sprint. Under the deal, Sprint would be committed to purchase 30 million iPhones over the next four

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iOS 4.3.2 Available, Fixes Facetime and iPad 2 Connectivity Issues

Apple released a new version of iOS today, 4.3.2, for all iOS 4-compatible devices except the CDMA iPhone 4. The update a contains a few awaited bug fixes and security improvements. Users who have had trouble with their iPad 2′s 3G connectivity will be happy to hear that this update

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10 Reasons to Buy iPad 2 (Plus 5 Reasons to Ignore the Competition)

There are quite a few compelling reasons to rush out and purchase an iPad 2. iPad 2 puts the iPad even further ahead of the competition, but does that mean it is worth the purchase price to replace your first-generation iPad? It may be: 10. Gyroscope. Not only will iPad

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iPhone 5 Speculation Based on an Exclusive Two Year-old Prototype Tip

During the months preceding the launch of the iPhone 3GS, a tip was received from a trusted source about an iPhone prototype that Apple was hard at work developing and testing. At the time, it seemed like it was not worth publishing details since there was little to verify whether

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Skype leaks news of Verizon iPhone

News has come out that Skype will launch a video chat for the iPhone that will compete with Apple’s FaceTime. Under the FAQ section the question, “How do I make video call with Skype for iPhone?” was posted with an obvious Verizon logo next to the Skype logo. Oops! 9to5mac.com

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Apple’s Press Conference Highlights

After a mightily awaited press conference, the wait is finally over. Today in Cupertino, Apple announced three new iPods and an Apple TV. Read on below to find out what the specifics are for each! The main focus of the special event earlier today in my opinion, is the newest

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