Wi-Fi Network Issues Bands

Speeding up your home Wi-Fi might be as easy as changing one setting

By about 1 hour ago.

Speeding up your home Wi-Fi might be as easy as changing one setting

You’ve tried everything when it comes to fixing your home Wi-Fi, but it’s still broken and the first thing you should do is check our tips, tricks and hacks to see if any of them help. There’s another issue we haven’t covered in the past that could be causing issues with your home network though, and it has something to do with the Wi-Fi bands that you’re using. Now, Apple and Cisco have just acknowledged the issue and provided some details that might help.

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Best Free iPhone Apps

13 paid iPhone apps on sale for free for a limited time

13 paid iPhone apps on sale for free for a limited time

By about 5 hours ago.

Holy moly what a Super Bowl, right?!? Just kidding, it was a pretty awful game, though it was nice to see Manning string together a championship so late in his career. You know what will help you get over how disappointingly boring the game was — aside from the awesome Super Bowl commercials, of course? A sweet list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. More →

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iPhone 7 Release

Yup, it looks like the iPhone 7 is going to be huge

Yup, it looks like the iPhone 7 is going to be huge

By about 7 hours ago.

2016 is going to be a very interesting year for Apple, and for Apple investors. The iPhone is obviously the core of Apple’s business, and after the smartphone’s meteoric growth finally tapered off in the holiday quarter last year, negative growth appears to be imminent. Apple bears say it’s the beginning of the end, while Apple bulls say Apple bears are being ridiculous and the company still has plenty of room to grow. Both groups have made reasonable arguments in recent weeks, but it’s the bulls who have a new reason to cheer on Monday morning. More →

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Most Popular iPhone Models

List of most popular iPhone models might surprise you

By on February 6, 2016 at 3:13 PM.

List of most popular iPhone models might surprise you

For years, Apple remained steadfast in its position that smartphones with bigger screens were unwieldy and not user friendly. In fact, Apple in 2012 released an iPhone 5 commercial boasting that the device, on account of its 4-inch form factor, could be operated comfortably with one’s thumb.

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iPhone 5se Rumors

iPhone 5se rumored to launch with pink color option, along with Silver and Space Grey

By on February 6, 2016 at 12:45 PM.

iPhone 5se rumored to launch with pink color option, along with Silver and Space Grey

A pair of reliable sources have pegged March 15 as the date when Apple will introduce a trio of new products, including an iPhone 5se, an iPad Air 3, and a subtly enhanced version of the Apple Watch.

As the date steadily approaches, more details surrounding the iPhone 5se have continued to roll in. The most recent report, sourced from the Japanese site Mac Otakara, relays that the iPhone 5se will come in a trio of colors, including Silver, Space Gray, and interestingly enough, some form of pink hue.

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iPhone 7 Rumors Design

This must be the sketchiest iPhone 7 rumor we’ve seen yet

By on February 6, 2016 at 11:00 AM.

This must be the sketchiest iPhone 7 rumor we’ve seen yet

Even though the iPhone 7 will not be unveiled for at least seven more months, more and more rumors about its design and features emerge every day. Some of them are more believable while others are rather on the iffy side. Such is the case with a sketchy report from Asia that proposes some wild features for the iPhone 7, including a purported design render. More →

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Best Free iPhone Apps

20 paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free right now

20 paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free right now

By on February 5, 2016 at 10:27 AM.

This week has been packed full of huge lists of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, so there’s no better way to close it out than by publishing our longest list of al time. We’ve got 20 new premium iOS apps for you today that are all on sale for free right now, and there are even more apps that are still free in yesterday’s post if you want to go back and look through those as well. More →

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New Apple Products

Tim Cook talks iPhone growth and teases ‘far off’ products during company meeting

By on February 5, 2016 at 9:41 AM.

Tim Cook talks iPhone growth and teases ‘far off’ products during company meeting

In the wake of Apple’s earnings announcement last week, CEO Tim Cook and COO Jeff Williams held court at a Town Hall meeting for employees. For those unfamiliar with Apple’s Town Hall meetings, they’re internal and private affairs intended to give employees a somewhat rare opportunity to ask the company’s top brass anything that happens to be on their mind.

Detailing some of the highlights from Apple’s most recent Town Hall event, the exceptionally reliable Mark Gurman over at 9to5Mac provides us with an interesting peek into what employees wanted to know about Apple’s future plans and what Apple executives were comfortable divulging.

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Smaller iPhone Models

Nearly 40% of iPhone owners are still using 4-inch devices and smaller

By on February 5, 2016 at 8:49 AM.

Nearly 40% of iPhone owners are still using 4-inch devices and smaller

New smartphone data from Mixpanel reveals that Apple’s older iPhone models are more popular than many would have otherwise assumed. As of this week, Mixpanel’s data found that approximately 38% of iPhone users are using iPhone models that predate the iPhone 6.

Mixpanel’s data effectively supports Tim Cook’s recent remarks indicating that 60% of iPhone owners who owned devices before the larger-screened iPhone 6 was launched in September of 2014 still haven’t upgraded to either the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s. That being the case, it appears that Apple has a huge base of installed users arguably on the cusp of upgrading.

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Broken iPhone Screen Upgrade Protector

Broken iPhone screen? Apple has new upgrade and protection plans for them

By on February 5, 2016 at 6:50 AM.

Broken iPhone screen? Apple has new upgrade and protection plans for them

Apple is reportedly going to introduce various iPhone programs in its stores meant to deal specifically with broken displays, according to a new report. Not only is the company looking to accept broken iPhones in its upgrade program, but it’ll also install screen protectors for customers looking to add such protection to their displays. More →

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iPhone Android App Piracy

Another crucial reason why app developers prefer iOS to Android

By on February 4, 2016 at 11:15 PM.

Another crucial reason why app developers prefer iOS to Android

While the fight between iPhone and Android persists, the fact is that no matter what platform you choose, you’ll get a great experience. There’s great hardware on either side and amazing apps to complement them. Sure, iPhone has definitive advantages over Android, but, in turn, Android outshines iPhone in some ways.

However, there’s still one key area where iPhone always wins that Google has not managed to address. More →

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Apple Watch Killer App

The Apple Watch can tell time and nobody cares

By on February 4, 2016 at 5:15 PM.

The Apple Watch can tell time and nobody cares

Another Apple earnings report is in the books and we still have no clue as to how well the Apple Watch is selling, a notable curiosity given Apple’s affinity for sales figures. In typical fashion, Tim Cook last week described the Apple Watch in broad strokes, simply stating that sales during the company’s 2015 holiday quarter set an all-time sales record. Encouraging? Sure, but without any additional information about previous sales figures, a record-breaking quarter doesn’t really tell us a whole lot about its overall popularity.

The takeaway here, I think, is that the Apple Watch is doing well, but not so well as to warrant the release of specific sales figures. Admittedly, this is hardly a controversial or original sentiment. Nonetheless, a looming question remains – will the Apple Watch forever be marked with the ‘accessory’ label, or might it someday become a sweeping global phenomenon and impressive money maker a’la the iPod?

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