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TomTom Confirms Its Involvement With iOS 6 Maps

Following yesterday's announcement of Apple's new maps app in iOS 6, it came to light that at least part of the technology was powered by TomTom. Now, TomTom has confirmed its involvement. Read More >>

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Apple Steals BBC’s “The Stig” for WWDC Game Centre Promotion

One of the stranger sites at last night's info-packed Apple developer event was the above, which saw the fashionable tech giant wheeling out a clone of Top Gear's "The Stig" to help make people give a toss about its Game Centre service. Read More >>

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WWDC Smackdown: Which Companies Apple Hit Hardest

Apple announced many great products and services yesterday, and Tim Cook walked away looking fine and fancy. But not everyone else left in such good shape. Apple threw plenty of nails into its biggest competitors' coffins; here are the companies hit the hardest this WWDC 2012. Read More >>

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iOS 6 vs. Ice Cream Sandwich: The Comparison You Need to Read

iOS 6 is coming soon(ish) to an iPhone and iPad near you. But how does Apple's latest and greatest compare to the latest and greatest out of the Android camp, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich? Gladiators, step forth! Read More >>

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Apple Magsafe 2 Adapter: Pay £9 to Stick One Magnet to Another Magnet

It's somewhat understandable that Apple had to redesign the Magsafe adapter, considering the engineering wizardry they pulled off with the Next-Gen MacBook Pro. But to use an Apple display or older MacBook power adapter to charge your next-gen MacBook Pro or new MacBook Air, you'll need to kickdown £9 for this little thing, which just seems like an accessory waiting to be lost. [Apple] Read More >>

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The Old and Next Generation MacBook Pro Compared Side to Side—This Is Just Insane

Compare their size: the old MacBook Pro on the left vs. the next generation MacBook Pro on the right. It's stunning! The entire new laptop is much thinner than the old one's main body. It's really insane. Read More >>

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Apple’s New iOS 6 Maps Are Powered by TomTom

Apple's got a whole new in-house maps platform, kicking Google Maps to the curb. Apple's even doing all its own cartography. It's just not doing alllll of the work itself. According to some screens that have turned up in the new Maps (which we've confirmed), TomTom is powering a large portion of the app. Read More >>

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The Mac Pro Lives! Apple Has Resurrected One of its Most Venerable Lines

Apple defied expectations by introducing an updated Mac Pro today, despite not mentioning the machine at WWDC, and indications that it would kill it off. Creative professionals are most definitely celebrating — it's the first time their super-powerful computer of choice has gotten a refresh in two years, and it needed some attention in a bad way. So what exactly does the updated machine look like? Read More >>

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What Do You Think of Apple’s Announcements?

What a night. Apple showed its mid-2012 cornucopia, impressing with the world's highest-res laptop display; its own Apple Maps service; new Ivy Bridge MacBook Airs, and Siri for the iPad. Not to mention a tonne more juicy foodstuffs, all of which you can see below. Read More >>

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iOS 6 Gives You Amazing Control Over Which Calls You Receive

There are a handful of cool features coming to the iPhone with iOS 6, Scott Forstall announced at today's WWDC keynote. Read More >>

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Apple Has Its Own Maps with Turn-by-Turn Navigation, 3D, and Tonnes More

As expected, Apple just announced its own in-house mapping platform at WWDC. Apple is doing all of the cartography itself, instead of Using Google Maps, or pulling from an open source format like OpenStreetMap. Read More >>

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Passbook Is the Beginning of Mobile Payments On iOS

Passbook is a new mobile wallet from Apple that will debut in iOS. Right now it's not about payments, it's about ticket aggregation, but it's a sign of things to come. Currently, it allows you to combine your tickets and loyalty cards into one convenient place. It's intuitive, and pretty spectacular. Read More >>

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Siri Is on iPad with iOS 6

Siri is moving beyond the iPhone 4S. In today's WWDC keynote, Scott Forstall announced that it's migrating to the new iPad with iOS 6. Read More >>

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iOS Vs. Android Fragmentation: Apple Users Stay Current

Here's a little factoid from WWDC that the Android Community is sure to hate. 80 per cent of iOS users are using iOS 5 (Apple's latest and greatest). Look at that little slice of pie for Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Ouch. Read More >>

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iOS 6: New Features Coming Soon to Your iPhone and iPad (Updated)

Apple's new iOS 6 comes loaded with new features. From completely new Maps to a new version of the voice-activated personal assistant Siri to Facebook integration. It looks quite sweet. These will be the new features of your iPhone and iPad. Read More >>