This could potentially have been one of the most costly foul balls ever, luckily the guy just carried on using his iPad like nothing happened. Credit to both man and machine for surviving.
Articles by Henry Taylor-Gill
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Apple has always remained rather coy on exactly what they do with your Siri data, but today that was finally clarified by Apple to Wired.
Apple addressed this problem with a repair program in 2011, which offered a free repair two years from the date of purchase. Today though, Apple is extending that policy to four years, and there are several different ways to get it repaired if you are affected.
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Funny or Die has finally released its movie on Steve Jobs, starring Justin Long (who played the Apple guy in the commercials) and directed by Ryan Perez.
What is the easiest thing to lose that Apple makes? If you said the iPhone SIM tray ejector, you might be wrong. The MagSafe to MagSafe 2 adapter is right up there, and it’s even more annoying as it actually serves an important purpose if you own a new Macbook. Fear not though, as this killer keychain will keep your Mag Safe (get it?).
If the Pulitzer Prize came with a trophy, the New York Times would need one huge trophy cabinet. This year it has triumphed again (the 112th time), winning the award for its iEconomy series.
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To mark the first day of the iPhone being available on T-Mobile, the latter has released an ad promoting it and the ‘Uncarrier’ plans. It’s a pretty aggressive ad. ‘Only T-Mobile let’s your iPhone 5 be as great as an iPhone 5’, it proclaims.
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