Apple grabbed the lion’s share of new mobile activations during Christmas week, with 51% of all device activations by manufacturer.
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While the standard Lightning cables that come with out iOS devices may be enough for the average user, some find the cables are not as tough and durable as they’d like. For those users, we review the Comma Chargers Comma Steel – 6ft Braided MFi Lightning Cable w/ Aluminum Shell.
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The Chaos Computer Club now claims it can overcome fingerprint-based security measures such as Apple’s Touch ID by using a simple photo of a user’s finger.
A new app, claiming to be the “perfect keyboard” for the iPhone, has already more than tripled its Kickstarter funding goal with 27 days to go.
Apple is finally offering the controversial Sony Pictures film, “The Interview” for streaming on iTunes. The film is available to rent for $5.99, and $14.99 to own.
Apple has altered their Apple Pay website to update the status of several of their partners, and it looks as if some retail stores and apps might not make their previously published 2014 deadline.
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Although “The Interview” isn’t available via iTunes, it’s still possible to watch the Seth Rogen vehicle on your Apple TV, iPad, or iPhone.
Popular party game Heads Up!, Facebook Messenger, and YouTube all scored well on the list of the top paid and free iOS apps in the App Store for 2014.
The App Store is home to literally thousands of games, yet the ones that seem to reach mass appeal are always the fun, somewhat mindless, yet ridiculously challenging, often addicting games. Blob Climber is one of those games, and is a great one to play while killing some time during your travels this holiday season.
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Now iOS users will be able to pay for their Ticketmaster event tickets via Apple Pay, as the ticketing monolith has announced support for Apple’s mobile payments service in the latest version of their iOS app.
While most people tend to stay in either the iOS or the Android camp, we know there are a few wild ones out there who can’t keep their hands off every cool device that comes their way. Well for swingers like those, MacTrast Deals has a great deal: The 6-Ft MFi-Certified iOS & Android Convertible Charging Cable. No matter which way you like it, we’ve got a charge for you!
Apple seeded iOS 8.2 Beta 3 (build 12D5452a) to developers on Thursday. Apple also released Xcode 6.2 Beta 3 With WatchKit.