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Facebook App Blamed for Nuking iPhone Batteries

A former Apple, ahem, Genius, claims to have devoted "years" of his life to solving the issue of poor battery life on iOS devices, a problem that appeared to become more widespread with the arrival of iOS 7.1. His hypothesis? It's mostly Facebook's fault. Read More >>

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A New Document Details Apple's Supposed Concern Over Competitors

In a recent ongoing trial between Apple and Samsung, an interesting document was brought up as evidence -- a document that noted concern about Apple's decreased share of the mobile phone market. Read More >>

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Next-Gen Apple EarPods Might Include Motion Sensors for Better Voice Recognition

While many would hope that Apple would just sort out the audio quality of its in-the-box EarPod earphones, a newly uncovered patent suggests the company has bigger plans in mind for its in-ear noise makers. Read More >>

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Apple Display Patent Uses Infrared Light to Detect Touch Pressure

A simpler method of measuring how hard children are jabbing their fingers at the "BUY" button inside tawdry free-to-play applications may be on the way from Apple, after patents for a new pressure sensitive touchscreen were unearthed. Read More >>

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Apple's Latest Purchase Could Bring Siri Offline

It's all well and good being able to call upon your own pocketable Siri butler, but I don't remember Bruce Wayne's buddy Alfred relying on a Wi-Fi or mobile data connection before he could stitch up his crime-fighting boss. Read More >>

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iOS 7 Bug Lets Thieves Disable Find My iPhone, Delete iCloud Account

As it stands now, Apple's Find My iPhone feature is pretty much your only hope when it comes to tracking down a stolen device. But thanks to a recently uncovered bug in iOS 7, even that little layer of protection can be rendered totally useless. Read More >>

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Apple's WWDC Will Kick Off 2nd of June in San Francisco

There are still plenty of questions about what Apple will unveil at WWDC this year, but at least we know when it will: The company announced today that its Worldwide Developer Conference will take place June 2nd to June 6th this year, at San Francisco's Moscone West. Read More >>

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Rumour: Apple Eyeing Up Low Power Chip Maker for iPhone 6 Battery Boost

Ropey battery life is one of the complaints most regularly thrown at Apple's iPhone, and while the line has improved in this respect in recent times, many still long for a full day's unrestricted use before being tethered to a plug socket. Apple's rumoured latest purchase may address that problem for the iPhone 6. Read More >>

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Reuters: Larger iPhone 6 Screens to Enter Production by May

Rumours of larger iPhones have been swirling around for some time now, and the WSJ recently suggested that two would arrive some time this year. Now, a Reuters report suggeststhat those rumored larger screens may go into production as soon as May. Read More >>

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Razer's Project Kazuyo Leaks, Showing an iOS 7 Controller and App Combo

This curvy rubberised thing is Project Kazuyo, an unannounced iOS 7 gaming attachment from PC specialist Razer. The controller features the usual bewildering number of game console pad buttons, which the accompanying app will let users map as they see fit. Read More >>

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Woz Delivering Your Mac is Like Having Edison Deliver a Lightbulb

Steve Wozniak just sent over this fun stunt caught on video a few years ago: watch him deliver a Mac to Emma, a girl who freaks out when she realises her idol is at the door carrying her new computer. As Emma's father says in the video: "This is like having your lightbulbs delivered by Thomas Edison". Read More >>

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Design Drawings of Unknown Origin Show 4.7-Inch and 5.7-Inch iPhone 6C

A Japanese Apple fan publication has published what appears to be technical drawings outlining the sizes and designs of two new iPhone 6C models, one with a 4.7-inch display and another 5.7-inch whopper. If they're real, they're exciting. If not, they're just some lines and numbers. Read More >>

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Apple Demands £24 Per Device From Samsung in New Patent Kerfuffle

The Apple and Samsung Patent War is being rebooted for 2014, with this year's blockbuster tech battle seeing Apple demanding a massive $40 per phone in compo from Samsung over claims the Korean giant copied the iPhone's software features. Read More >>

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Apple's Worldwide Retail Takeover in One GIF

Apple opened its first brick-and-mortar store back in 2001, and they've spread to pretty much everywhere since, as you can see in this animated map from Business Insider. Is there anywhere you can go where there isn't an Apple Store nearby? Read More >>

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Report: A Pair of Bigger, Sharper iPhone 6 Smartphones Will Land in September

Apple is said to be preparing not one, but two new iPhone handsets this year, aiming for a September unveiling. Could the iPhone 6 be available in both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch sizes? Read More >>

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Apple's Transparent Texting Patent Would Help You Walk and Text

We all think we're capable mobile multitaskers, but who hasn't tripped or walked straight into someone while text-walking? A freshly-uncovered Apple patent offers a smart solution for walking when distracted by a heated text debate. Read More >>

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