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Top iOS news of the week: OLED in iPhones, FBI admits Apple is correct, and Sling TV is coming

iPhone in 2017 to possibly have OLED A rumor has surfaced that Apple will move to OLED display technology with the iPhone. This rumor is from “those familiar with Apple’s business dealings” so it’s not etched in stone. Source: AppleInsider Sling TV coming to Apple TV The company hasn’t announced it but images indicate that Sling TV is coming to ... Read More »

Top iOS news of the week: Apple TV, Apple Watch as rescuer, next event all set

Apple event set for March 21 March 21 has been set for the next Apple event. Expected are a new iPhone and iPad. Most likely we’ll see other new products and updates from the folks in Cupertino. Source: ZDNet Report: 37 million Apple TVs shipped Strategy Analytics claims that nearly 37 million Applt TVs have shipped since the device first ... Read More »

Switch between Apple and Android? This cable fits microUSB and Lightning ports

Apple insists on using proprietary connectors to force us to buy its expensive cables. The Lightning cable is the latest example of this practice since just about everyone else’s devices use microUSB cables. Those of us with several gadgets have to have both a Lightning cable and a microUSB cable with us when we travel. This isn’t a huge problem ... Read More »

Five iPhone battery-saving tips that really work (and five that are useless)

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Firefox 2.0 for iOS gives Google Chrome a run for its money

Firefox 2.0 is out for iOS, and it’s looking like a very good release indeed. There are three big new features in this release. The first is 3D Touch support for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users. This allows users to press on the icon to pop up a menu that gives them access to the following features: Open ... Read More »

Top iOS news of the week: Great patent, new iOS beta, Apple Watch developers wanted

Apple patent most practical one yet An Apple patent shows using the Apple Watch to measure background noise to automatically change the volume of notifications on the iPhone. This makes sense with the Apple Watch always out in the open. Source: iDownloadblog IOS 9.3 beta released Apple has released a new beta for developers and testers. IOS 9.3 beta has ... Read More »

Apple owns up to ‘1 January 1970’ iPhone bricking bug

Apple has acknowledged the existence of the date bug that can brick iOS devices. Apple’s comment is short and sweet: If you changed the date to May 1970 or earlier and can’t restart your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch Manually changing the date to May 1970 or earlier can prevent your iOS device from turning on after a restart. An ... Read More »

Notarize documents remotely with new iPhone app

Legal documents of all types need to be notarized which has always meant a visit to a licensed notary. The notary verifies your identity in person and then witnesses your signing of the document(s) in front of him or her. It’s not something one has to do often but it’s a pain when required. The free Notarize app for the ... Read More »

iPhone ‘Error 53’: What we know

What is ‘Error 53’? Latest review Lenovo Yoga 500: A budget convertible The convertible Yoga 500 is affordable and has a good keyboard, plenty of storage and on-board Ethernet. Read More This is an error message thrown up by iTunes when someone attempts to carry out an iOS upgrade on an iPhone 6/6 Plus/6s/6s Plus (the iPhone 5s is not ... Read More »

How to activate your iPhone’s hidden Field Test Mode

If you’re measuring your cellphone signal by eyeballing the little dots in the top-left hand of your iPhone’s display, then you’re really missing out on a cool feature by not using the built-in Field Test Mode feature. You access this feature from your Phone app, but before you do that you need to do a couple of things: Turn off ... Read More »

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