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How to Make the Switch from iOS to Android

You've been hanging back, waffling back and forth. Android or iPhone? But it's decision time, and you've made the call: it's time to trade in the apple pie for some Kit Kats. Here's how to do it right. Read More >>

You Can Jailbreak iOS 6.01 Already

iOS 6.01 just came out today and Redsn0w can already jailbreak it. The jailbreak doesn't work on newer hardware, only on iPhones and iPads that have an A4 chip and lower. Meaning: iPhone 5 or new iPad owners, hold tight. The rest of you, you have a jailbreak option. Read More >>

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How to Make the Switch from iOS to Android

You've been hanging back, waiting for the dust to settle around the iPhone 5 debut. Now that the reviews are in, you're out. It's time to trade in the Cupertino Kool-Aid for some Jelly Beans. Here's how to do it right. Read More >>

17 People Who Actually Really Love the New Apple Maps

You know how most people who've used Google Maps and Apple Maps realise that Apple Maps is inexcusably bad and most definitely inferior? Yeah, these are definitely not those people. These people don't give a crap what you think, and actually really love the new Apple maps! Read More >>

Apple Apparently Poaching Ex-Google Maps Staff to Build Out Apple Maps

It looks like Apple really wants to step its map game up, as the Cupertino lot is going after a bunch of ex-Googlers that have experience working on Google Maps in a bid to get them to help develop and improve their own map product Read More >>

Why Apple Maps Won’t Get Better Anytime Soon

Apple's maps are not off to a good start. They're getting killed by critics and users alike. And rightly so! They don't hold their own against last generation's Google Maps on iOS 5. And what's worse for Apple and its fans? Things probably won't be getting better any time soon. Read More >>

Apple: No NFC for You! Come Back, One Year! Maybe!

When is an NFC antenna not an NFC antenna? When it's reportedly attached to an iPhone 5. Contrary to recent speculation, Apple's newest handset will not feature an NFC payment system. Read More >>

iOS Vulnerability Means That Text May Not Be From Your Mum After All

A jailbreaker by the name of Pod2g has reportedly discovered a vulnerability in iOS that enables hackers and other general bullies to change the reply-to number in an SMS. You might think you're getting a text from a trusted source, but it would actually be someone else entirely. Read More >>

iOS6 Will (Finally) Let You Pick a Song To Wake Up To

Most likely a much wanted feature since the iPhone first came into existence, we can finally put that blasted marimba to rest, as iOS6 includes an updated alarm clock application that will let you start the day to your favourite tunes. Read More >>

Apple’s iOS 6 Confirms Stretched iPhone 5 Screens Look Exactly How You Would Expect

Looks like Apple's pretty much confirmed that the iPhone 5 will come with a taller screen. The latest iOS 6 beta is primed and ready to output a fully-fitted 640x1136 interface when tricked into thinking it's running on a taller, 4-inch screen. Not surprisingly, it looks just like the original, only marginally taller. Read More >>

Apple’s Latest Passbook Patent Is for Shopping

Apple has landed some more intellectual property for Passbook, its mobile wallet solution for iOS 6. This time it's a patent directly related to shopping. Read More >>

iOS 6 Beta Pretty Much Confirms the Smaller iPhone 5 9-Pin Dock Connector

The latest iOS 6 beta has been full of tasty little titbits about the iPhone 5, including confirmation of a 4-inch screen size. But it also shows reference to a smaller, 9-pin dock connector, which pretty much confirms Apple's working on it for its next iPhone and possibly even a new iPad. Read More >>

Apple’s New NFC Travel Patent Looks a Whole Lot Like Passbook

We've already seen Passbook, Apple's new mobile wallet solution that pulls all of your loyalty cards and tickets into one spot. It will debut in iOS 6, and now the company has earned a new patent for NFC travel check-ins, which is essentially the travel portion of what we know exists. Read More >>

Are Apple’s iOS 6 Maps Coming to Desktop Computers?

Developer Cody Cooper has found something interesting in Apple's new iOS maps. Judging from some code in the app, Apple's maps might be coming to desktop computers—iMacs and MacBooks and maybe PCs—some time soon. Read More >>

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This Is What iOS 6’s Passbook Will Look Like in Action

The next great iPhone software is still in beta right now, but we're already excited about digitising some of the crap in our wallets via Passbook — and for frequent travelers, it'll be a godsend. Check out the future: Read More >>