Report: An 8GB iPhone 5C Launches Tomorrow

Apple's (not-so) cheap iPhone 5C will become a little more affordable tomorrow, dialing back the amount of storage space on offer and coming in at a suitably lowered price point, if an O2 leak is to be believed. Read More >>

iOS 7.1 Adding iPhone Battery Draining Woes to its List of Features

It'll keep you from going off-road in your Carplay-equipped motor, but iOS 7.1 has also brought with it an unwanted feature for some of its users. It seems the latest update to Apple's mobile software is draining iPhone and iPad batteries at a significantly increased rate. Read More >>

Rumour: iPhone 6 May Have Environment Sensors to Tell You When You're Too Hot

Speculation from a tech industry analyst suggests Apple may be planning to whack several more sensors into its next generation of mobile, with sources claiming we may see temperature, humidity and pressure hardware in a future iPhone. You'll be able to see what the weather's like outside without breaking eye contact with your device. Read More >>

A Simple Adapter Lets the iPhone Assist in Eye Exams

We've already got machines that give ophthalmologists a close-up view of the inside and outside of the human eye. The problem is they're big and heavy, expensive, and rarely accessible to those in third world nations. So researchers at Stanford University have created a simple iPhone add-on that lets almost anyone, anywhere, perform eye exams. Read More >>

BlackBerry Can't Stop Rubbishing Rivals, This Time Calling iPhone Users "Wall Huggers"

Wall huggers? What kind of rubbish insult is that? It's the new disparaging method BB CEO John Chen uses to slag off iPhone users, due to the fact they're always searching for unguarded plug sockets when out and about to charge up Apple's paltry batteries. The inference being BlackBerrys have better batteries. Shame they are worse at everything else, though, John. [Berry Review] Read More >>

Apple iOS 7.1 is Now Available

iOS 7.1 is now out, bearing mostly "minor improvements and bug-fixes", but also CarPlay support. At the moment there aren't any cars to support it, but as soon there are you'll be good to go. Well, if you're picking up a fancy new car anyway. Read More >>

This iPhone Air Concept is Simultaneously Great and Seriously Dull

It seems like the inevitable next step for the iPhone line, given the warm reception the iPad Air received at launch. But should the iPhone 6 land taking much of its inspiration from Apple's updated tablet design, it sure would be boring. Read More >>

This Slim iPhone Case Works Like a Real-Life Tricorder

You've seen the iPhone accessory that can check your blood pressure, as well as the one that can monitor your heart rate. There's even one that can turn your phone into an electrocardiogram (ECG). But, now, there's an iPhone case that can do all of that—and more. Meet Wello. Read More >>

Your iPhone Can Search These Storage Boxes Without Having to Open Them

You know that stack of storage boxes buried deep in your closet that you're too lazy to dismantle to find that one item you're looking for? These boxes from King Jim feature a small tag on one side that lets you catalog photos of their contents, so when it's time to find something you can do all the searching from your iPhone or iPad. Read More >>

Apple Patents Emergency Alert That Calls the Police When You Can't

An Apple patent published today details a theoretical feature that would enable your mobile device to detect an emergency and alert your designated contacts or the police. And y'know what? It actually makes a lot of sense. Read More >>

Forced Horizontal iPhone Video App Horizon is Now Free

Horizon, the clever camera app that forces your iPhone or iPad to only shoot horizontal videos no matter how they're held, is now free on the iTunes App Store for a little while. So now you have no excuse for shooting vertical videos ever again. [iTunes App Store] Read More >>

WSJ: Apple is Hiring Engineers in Asia to Launch More Products, Faster

Good news, perhaps, for the impatient: the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple is "hiring hundreds of new engineers and supply-chain managers" across Asia in an attempt to "speed up product development and launch a wider range of devices." Read More >>

Moov Might be the Most Advanced Fitness Wearable Yet

As you may have noticed, there are a million activity trackers out there right now. Most of them are glorified pedometers. The upper tier add altimeters, heart rate monitors, and sleep-tracking to the equation. But what if you don't just want to be reminded to work out: you want to work out better, safer, and more efficiently? Moov might just be the AI coach you've been hoping for. Read More >>

Apple Finally Explains Touch ID Security in Detail

You shouldn't really have been worrying about how Touch ID works too much, but if you have been, then Apple has finally explained most of the security details behind the technology in detail. Read More >>

This App Shows You What Your Photos Will Look Like With Any Lens

Sometimes when shooting or conceptualising a scene, it's hard to visualise composition without actually looking through a specific lens. This new iPhone app shows you just how hundreds of lenses will see your subject. Read More >>

This Hearing Aid Connects to an iPhone and Adapts to Your Surroundings

For centuries, humans have been using technology to make up for their shortcomings. People missing limbs got prosthetics. People with weak hearts got pacemakers. But, at a certain point, becoming a cyborg is less like fixing something broken than it is like gaining new powers. Read More >>


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