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What Will Break First, Your iPhone or Your Wireless Charging Ikea Furniture?

Known for innovating by employing technology and features other companies have had in use for years and treating them as Brand Fucking New, Apple is now rolling out wireless charging on its new line of iPhones. Despite hideous initial sales, there’s likely to be a rush to buy up charging stations and IKEA—Sweden’s most famous non-idiot export—is pulling a comfortable, flat-packed chair up next to Apple’s money avalanche. Read More >>

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The iOS 11 Control Centre Misleads Users on Whether Their Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Are on

iOS 11 comes with a pretty sweet array of augmented reality tricks. Unfortunately, one thing that is less real than before in the new operating system is user controls for wireless connectivity. Read More >>

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14 Things You Can Do in macOS High Sierra That You Couldn’t Do Before

macOS High Sierra is heading your way on September 25, and while it’s not packed with major new features to transform your Mac computing experience, there are some cool new tricks you should know about—here are 11 of them to get familiar with before the OS arrives on your machine. Read More >>

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All of the Best Augmented Reality Tricks Your iPhone Can Do Right Now

iOS 11 is finally available today for your iPhone and iPad, and among the many new features included in the update is Apple’s ARKit framework allowing developers to more easily create augmented reality apps and experiences. Here are some of the best ones you’ll want to try out after updating. Read More >>

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iOS 11 Will Break a Lot of Very Cool Apps

Among the many new features and updates iOS 11 will bring to your iPhone and iPad, there’s one that some users might not actually want. Apple is finally neutering older 32-bit apps, which means that some of your favourite games or productivity tools simply won’t load with iOS 11 installed. Read More >>

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You Can Now Download iOS 11

Apple teased us with the next version of iOS in June, revealing a bunch of new features at WWDC that wouldn’t be ready until today—unless of course you love the thrill of a potentially buggy public beta, which has been available since the end of June. But if you like to play it safe, or if you simply never bothered getting your hands on the update early, today is the day, my friends. Most of the world can now officially download iOS 11. Read More >>

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This Free App Adds An iPhone X Notch to Your Android Phone

Android smartphones with edge-to-edge screens, like the Samsung S8 or the Essential phone, have found elegant ways to deal with the devices’ forward-facing cameras and sensors. But if you’re an Android user who’d rather have a garish notch up top like the iPhone X, a new app called XOutOf10 will add a screen-blocking bar to whatever device you’re using. Read More >>

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Apple’s Touch ID is Probably Doomed and That’s Okay

When the iPhone X eventually arrives in November it will come loaded with a futuristic camera module that, if all goes right, should let you securely open your phone with little more than a glance. The promise is enticing—a perfect blend of convenience and security that’s hard to come by in mobile computing devices. After an impressive demo of the tech on Tuesday, we’re left with a glaring question: If it works as intended, then what happens to Touch ID? Read More >>

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This Is the iPhone 8 You Should Buy

It’s that time of year again, folks, but this time shit’s a little more complicated. Apple turned heads at the annual iPhone lovefest by introducing not just one, not two, but three new iPhones—one of which is a pricey monster we’ll address in a future post. If you’re thinking about placing an order for an iPhone 8 today (starting at 8am GMT), however, we’ve got some tips. Read More >>

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Apple Says Face ID Demo Fail is a Feature so Please Stop Laughing Now

Apple's amazing failure to get the iPhone X's Face ID to unlock a device on stage at its big exciting reveal is all fine, says Apple, as it shows it was working like it was supposed to. Read More >>

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Yes, The iPhone 8 and iPhone X Do Support Fast Charging — But It’ll Cost You £75 Extra

How annoying would it be to spend a thousand pounds on something and then find out that the advertised features don't actually work unless you spend even more money? Hello, iPhone X. Read More >>

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iPhone X Alternatives: Great Phones For People Who Don’t Want to Spend £1,000

If you’re among the many people who find the eye-watering £999 price tag of the new iPhone X outrageous, fear not. There are many less expensive alternatives that still deliver a high-quality experience. Read More >>

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24 Things You Can Do in iOS 11 That You Couldn’t Do Before

After months of build up and beta testing, the finished version of iOS 11 is out 19 September, just a couple days ahead of the launch of the iPhone X. So what exactly can you do with it that’s new? Here are the big new features you should get to know. Read More >>

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This Solid Gold iPhone X Costs £53,000

Apple's iPhone X has just appeared on the market, but there's already a version available to order featuring 250 grams of 22K gold, which costs over £53,000. Read More >>

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Is AppleCare Still Worth It for the iPhone?

Following Apple’s big product announcement yesterday, the smaller, not-so-fun details are gradually coming out. Apple’s Upgrade Programme is changing its prices and in a rare move, AppleCare+ will be getting more expensive when applied to the already pricey iPhone X. So, now we must ask ourselves: Is that extra coverage worth the increased cost? Read More >>