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Awesome hippo features in Apple’s latest bunch of ‘shot on iPhone’ videos

Apple has shared a new collection of videos as part of its long-running "shot on iPhone" ad campaign. The short sequences, shot by everyday iPhone users, are designed to showcase the handset's video capabilities and include an…
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Do Ramadan like a boss with these 5 apps

The holy month of Ramadan is nearly upon us, and frankly, running around on an empty stomach is hard enough. That said, let these user-friendly apps take some of the stress out of your life during this holy month -- you'll never be late for…
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Missing 3DS charge cable isn’t a problem for iPhone users

Powering up your 3DS doesn't need to be reliant on Nintendo's age-old 3DS charger. In-fact, with one quick purchase from a Japanese electronics maker, you can use your smartphone's charge cable to do the job instead.
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What’s your best photo? A new app called The Roll thinks it can find it

Can an app really pick the best photos out thousands? Here's how a new iOS app from EyeEm, called The Roll, is programmed to do just that. Using computer vision, it could help users better organize their camera rolls.
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It’s all in the hands: smartphone-powered UpLamp responds to your gestures

Ready to work with select iPhones and Samsung smartphones, UpLamp provides gesture-controlled bedroom lighting. The lamp is also a phone charger. UpLamp automatically detects when you're asleep and awakens you gently with the…
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It looks like a luggage tag, but Native Union’s Tag Cable has a handy secret

Never have a charging cable with you when you need one? Solve the problem in a very stylish way with the Native Union Tag Cable, which attaches to your bag like a high-tech luggage tag.
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Apple’s legal woes continue as Caltech sues for alleged Wi-Fi patent infringement

Apple's time in court is far from done, as the company was sued by the California Institute of Technology for possible Wi-Fi patent infringement. The university called for a jury trial and a sales injunction against the offending products.
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Apple’s next big iPhone update could come in 2017, not 2016

If you were expecting the upcoming fall iPhone to blow you out of the water, think again. Apple may switch its major iPhone cycle to once every three years, which would bring the next big upgrade to 2017, not 2016.
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India bars Apple from selling refurbished iPhones within its borders

India denied Apple's request to sell refurbished iPhones in the country. According to the Indian government, just because the iPhones will be sold directly from Apple doesn't exempt the company from separate regulatory requirements.
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How to factory reset an iPhone (any generation) 1:21

Resetting an iPhone can alleviate all sort of software woes, and wipe any info you might want to pass on. Here's how to do so, whether you intend to reset your device using iTunes or your iPhone.
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12 of the hottest iPhone keyboards

Apple allowed third-party keyboard integration with iOS 8, and now, there are scores of alternative keyboards on the market. Here's a rundown of all our favorites, from SwiftKey and Swype to Fleksy.
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23 annoying problems with iOS 9, and how to fix them

Apple’s updates always bring new features, not to mention a few software issues. Here are the most common iOS 9 problems that users are reporting, along with some handy advice on how to work around them or fix them entirely.