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5 of the Greatest iOS 8 Features

| September 22, 2014

iOS 8 is a fantastic update for most iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users with tons of excellent additions, feature enhancements, and great changes. Sure, some users are resistant to change and there may be some annoyances, but for the most part iOS 8 adds so many positives that it’s hard to imagine going backwards. […]

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How to Downgrade iOS 8 to iOS 7.1.2

| September 22, 2014

It was gonna happen. Maybe someone you know. Maybe that someone is you. Whether it is for technical (ie crashing, balky apps, etc) or atheistic reasons (ie ‘cuz it sucks), there is a need to downgrade iOS 8 to iOS 7.1.2. Here is how to get that done. These directions will work regardless of whether […]

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How to Unlock iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for free

| September 22, 2014

During the press event on September 9th, Apple released two brand new phones called iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Both comes in with iOS 8 and larger displays. you may have receive your new iPhone from the mail 2 days ago if you did the early pre-order. The good news is that these two […]

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Yes, You Can Downgrade iOS 8 Back to iOS 7.1.2 – For Now

| September 22, 2014

If you updated to iOS 8, played around for a while, and found things to be unbearable, too frustrating,or otherwise not an improvement over iOS 7.1.2, you can still downgrade your iPhone or iPad from iOS 8 back to iOS 7.1.2. But this is almost certainly a short-lived opportunity, so if you have any intention […]

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Unlock iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (Tutorials)

| September 21, 2014

During the press event on September 9th, Apple released two brand new phones called iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Both comes in with iOS 8 and larger displays. you may have receive your new iPhone from the mail 2 days ago if you did the early pre-order. The good news is that these two […]

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Run Android Apps on Mac, Windows, Linux

| September 21, 2014

In a maybe sort of kind of way that is a couple dependencies short of a full six pack, or something to that effect. Nevertheless, a little clever hacking of Google’s own ongoing efforts to run Android apps on Chrome OS are yielding surprisingly positive results. Does platform matter any more? Perhaps not as much […]

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Where is my Camera roll in iOS 8? And what’s Recently Added

| September 20, 2014

Was you impressed by the number of photos in your iPhone before and after you did a quick update to iOS 8? Well, that’s because Apple has removed the Camera roll in Photos.app and replace it with a new album called Recently Added. Its job is to stores photos that was taken in the past […]

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Downgrade iOS 8 back to iOS 7.1.2 for iPhone & iPad

| September 20, 2014

There are a lot of new changes and hidden features in official version of iOS 8 waiting to be explored. However, many people are not too happy after their upgrade. In this article, we will show you how to restore it back to iOS 7. Please keep in mind that this can’t be done after […]

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Glitch-Face: The Selfie Killer?

| September 20, 2014

Hold on, let me take a selfie. This particular meme has spawned a camera, apps, a song, a TV show and a Broadway musical can’t be too far off. However, the end of the selfie as we know might already be upon us. The bad news? Glitch-Face is just a selfie by another name. Ready […]

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iPhone 6 Reviews? Yes, But 240fps Slow Mo Says It All

| September 20, 2014

The iPhone 6 is here and, yes, it’s bigger than bigger. It’s not even Apple’s biggest smartphone. But why should you, or should not, buy the mid-size 4.7-inch model? Here is the iPhone 6 review of reviews, plus a technology demo that captures the iPhone’s new 240 frame per second slow motion capability. Definitely a […]

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