The latest in absurd acts revolving Apple products comes to us courtesy of a Chinese smuggler who was caught with 94 iPhones strapped to his body. The iPhone-clad gentelmen looked like a myriad of packing packing tape and technology. The valiant effort to get past security proved insufficient when security personnel noticed a weird posture and joint stiffness. Despite what others may tell you, iPhones are not as flexible as you ligaments. These images were shared on a Chinese social media site. … [Read more...]
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Apple Pay is one of the most notable features on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, yet it remains limited to US availability. Apple has officially confirmed that a Canadian launch would start sometime in early 2015. According to a new report by 9to5Mac, it appears the wheels are in motion, with the planning suggesting a March timeframe for Apple Pay in Canada. Apple is currently in negotiations with partners. According to sources, the planning is underway to include March availability of promotional and advertising materials. In addition to planning for materials necessary for a launch, several sources tell 9to5Mac that Apple is targeting March. As with any major launch with so many moving pieces, things could change. Despite a September … [Read more...]
Though both new iPhones offer significant battery life improvements over their predecessors, there is always a huge demand for battery cases that extend battery life. Mophie has announced a new line of their popular Juice Pack cases for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Three new cases are coming that offer up to 120% of extra battery. … [Read more...]
AT&T has announced they are bringing the popular roll over feature to customers who have a Mobile Share Value plan. With customers enjoying unlimited talk and text, the bigger concern has shifted to data usage. Up until now, if you were well under your data allocation, the unused portion would be lost at the end of the month. That however, is changing starting on January 25th. Any unused shareable plan data from a Mobile Share Value plan will be rolled over the the following month. … [Read more...]
The Apple Store is now offering US customers the option to purchase unlocked, contract-free iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. From the initial launch, there had been an option to purchase unlocked iPhones that came packaged with T-Mobile SIM cards. The new iPhone ship SIM-free, making them ideal for use with any network including AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon or Sprint. … [Read more...]
Apple has typically been a company whose focus has been on the user experience and that's largely the same today, at least when marketing to their base. Their yearly events tell a different story, often using those to inform the tech industry of serious performance gains, all of which are warranted. The A8 processor is a beast of a processor and one that offers impressive performance gains over the previous generation. The iPhone 6 checks plenty of boxes. It's the first true big screen iPhone, follows their tradition of stellar hardware build and continues to ship with upgrades abound. In a year that saw so many upgrades, why are they continuing to ship iPhones with a paltry 1GB of RAM? … [Read more...]
Apple's Tim Cook was recently interviewed by Gerard Baker at the WSJD Live global technology conference. Below is the full 35-minute interview in which Cook talks about the Apple Watch and the rollout of Apple Pay. Source: WSJ … [Read more...]
There have been no shortage of iMessage horror stories from folks who migrated to something other than an iPhone. This comes on the heels of widespread compliants and a class-action lawsuit. Earlier this year, Apple promised that a software fix was in the works. Noticed by a user on Reddit (via The Verge), Apple has published an online tool to dergister iMessage. … [Read more...]
A collection of retailers including Rite-Aid and CVS have decided to disable NFC at their payment terminals. As a result, they have disabled Apple Pay functionality, along with Google Wallet (which also allows payments through NFC) as a beneficiary of the decision. They are part of Merchant Customer Exchange, who are working on their own payment system that uses CurrentC, an app currently available in the App Store. If you want to actually use it, you'll need to wait for an invitation. That hasn't prevented it from getting review torched by disenfranchised Apple enthusiasts, unhappy with the Apple Pay being turned off. The list of merchants supporting CurrentC is actually quite extensive with well known retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, … [Read more...]
I've been using the iPhone 6 Plus extensively over the past week. It's got a heavy duty case on it, because I'm deathly afraid of dropping it. For all of the improvements, if you drop an iPhone, there's a good chance that beautiful screen will shatter. Unlike in previous years, the cost to repair is $129, significantly less now that Apple had the facilities to do them on location. I have not been able to use the iPhone 6 Plus with one hand, at all. It's strictly a two handed device. That's the trade-off for having a bigger than bigger phone. As for the iPhone 6, it feels incredibly small when I switch to that phone. My wife got the smaller 4.7-inch iPhone 6. I definitely feel a bit more comfortable navigating with one hand. With either … [Read more...]