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My iPhone screen is bigger than your HDTV, but it still fits in my pocket

My iPhone screen is bigger than your HDTV, but it still fits in my pocket

By on April 25, 2016 at 12:37 PM.

One of the reasons I like the Galaxy S7 edge so much is the fact that it stuffs a large 5.5-inch display into a smartphone that is surprisingly compact and comfortable to use with one hand. Samsung’s S7 edge design is fantastic, featuring curved glass edges on the front and back of the phone. Couple that with practically non-existent bezels on the sides of the handset’s Super AMOLED display, and you’ve got a wonderfully compact phone that still has a big, beautiful display.

And here I am stuck with the tiny little 4.7-inch screen on the iPhone 6s.

I would love to switch to the Galaxy S7 edge. Sadly, I cannot. It would also be awesome if I could switch to Apple’s larger iPhone 6s Plus. Unfortunately, that’s also a no-go. There’s simply no perfect solution for me right now, but an awesome accessory I recently found makes my iPhone 6s screen the size of an HDTV, and I’m shocked at how much I’ve been enjoying it. More →

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Best iPhone 6s Case

The 5 best-selling iPhone cases on Amazon

By on April 21, 2016 at 8:28 AM.

The 5 best-selling iPhone cases on Amazon

Even if you choose an installment plan, your iPhone will end up costing you $650, $850 or even over $1,000 when all is said and done and you factor in taxes. That’s the kind of investment you need to protect, but Apple’s AppleCare+ warranty might not be the best way to protect it. Sure you can swap out your phone if something happens to it, but you have to pay a deductible when you do. How about trying to make sure nothing happens to damage your phone in the first place?

The following are the five best-selling iPhone cases on Amazon in reverse order from No. 5 to No. 1. They start at just $4.98 with free shipping, so you really have no excuse. More →

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iPhone 6s Pictar Case DSLR

This iPhone 6s case wants to give your phone a DSLR-quality camera

By on April 20, 2016 at 5:05 PM.

This iPhone 6s case wants to give your phone a DSLR-quality camera

The iPhone 6s is already one of the world’s top smartphone cameras and some pro photographers have compared its performance with digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras that are typically used in pro photo shoots. You might not need to use the iPhone 6s camera for professional photo sessions, but there’s a new case that should certainly improve your photography game. More →

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5 hidden Galaxy S7 features I wish my iPhone had

5 hidden Galaxy S7 features I wish my iPhone had

By on April 19, 2016 at 10:20 AM.

So many people have iPhones these days, but precious few people actually know about all of the useful features hiding inside iOS. That’s why we regularly publish articles covering iPhone and iPad features that aren’t well-known — like this post on 25 hidden iPhone features that are really, truly hidden. By bringing these features to light, we help iOS device users get the most out of their smartphones and tablets, and we get emails all the time from people thanking us for helping them learn something new.

Unfortunately, today we’re going to focus on a bunch of great features that aren’t hiding in your iPhone or iPad. More →

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Even the old iPhone 6 is better than the HTC 10 or Galaxy S7 if you want true gaming power

By on April 15, 2016 at 7:15 PM.

Even the old iPhone 6 is better than the HTC 10 or Galaxy S7 if you want true gaming power

Praised in reviews, the Galaxy S7 and HTC 10 are the top Android handsets you can buy this year. But if you’re a mobile gaming addict, then these devices aren’t the smartphones you are looking for. Instead, you should be picking up an iPhone 6s, iPhone SE or even the much older iPhone 6. More →

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Android N iPhone 6s 3D Touch

Apple’s best iPhone 6s feature is coming to Android N

By on April 14, 2016 at 11:35 AM.

Apple’s best iPhone 6s feature is coming to Android N

You may not necessarily agree, but the iPhone 6s’s 3D Touch functionality is the best feature Apple created for this iPhone generation. There’s more and more 3D Touch support in both Apple and third-party iOS apps, and it’s likely Apple will continue to expand the feature’s reach in future iOS releases. Not too long ago we heard rumors that Google’s 2016 Nexus devices would get support for a similar feature, and there are a few Android handsets that already pack 3D Touch displays, including a shameless new iPhone 6s rip-off.

As long as Google doesn’t officially support 3D Touch, these devices will have limited functionality. But a new Android N preview release seems to indicate that native 3D Touch support is coming to Android as soon as this year, meaning that users and developers will be able to make the most of pressure-sensitive screens in the future. More →

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iPhone 6s 3D Touch

Everyone is calling Apple’s best iPhone 6s feature a failure – here’s why they’re wrong

By on April 12, 2016 at 1:32 PM.

Everyone is calling Apple’s best iPhone 6s feature a failure – here’s why they’re wrong

The iPhone 6s’s key feature has come under some criticism from some Apple bloggers who dismiss it as just a gimmick that adds no real value to the user. But I believe that 3D Touch, as it is now, is something only Apple has. It’s a feature that has a greater scope for the future of iOS even though for the time being it’s certainly not a must-have feature. More →

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iPhone 6 Password Hack

Can the FBI already hack newer iPhones?

By on April 11, 2016 at 7:50 PM.

Can the FBI already hack newer iPhones?

Late last week we found out that the FBI can’t hack Apple’s latest iPhones. In fact, according to its director, the tool used to extract information from the San Bernardino iPhone 5c can’t be used on anything newer than the iPhone 5s. Not even the iPhone 5s which was launched simultaneously with the iPhone 5c can’t be hacked that way.

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Apple releases hilarious outtakes from Cookie Monster’s iPhone ad

By on April 8, 2016 at 8:47 AM.

Apple releases hilarious outtakes from Cookie Monster’s iPhone ad

Just a few weeks ago, Apple released an iPhone 6s ad that quickly went viral. Starring the Cookie Monster muppet from Sesame Street, the ad focused on the hands-free “Hey Siri” feature in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Titled Timer, the commercial is about baking cookies – practically a given since the Cookie Monster is in it – and Apple has now released a hilarious making-of video that contains plenty of bloopers. More →

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iPhone 6 SE Custom Build

Apple wouldn’t make a redesigned 4-inch iPhone, so these guys built the ‘iPhone 6 SE’

By on April 7, 2016 at 3:36 PM.

Apple wouldn’t make a redesigned 4-inch iPhone, so these guys built the ‘iPhone 6 SE’

Although the iPhone SE is on track to be yet another massive hit for Apple, it’s not what every potential buyer was looking for out of a new 4-inch device. The iPhone SE turned out to be little more than an iPhone 5s with upgraded internal components, lacking any distinct design alterations.

It’s hard to be overly enthusiastic about a new phone that looks like an old phone, but that’s exactly why Computer Bild’s iPhone 6 SE is such a fascinating project.

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iPhone 6s FBI Hack

The FBI can’t hack the iPhone 6s

By on April 7, 2016 at 6:50 AM.

The FBI can’t hack the iPhone 6s

The FBI withdrew its assault on iPhone encryption after it managed to hack its way into the San Bernardino iPhone. Soon after that, the agency notified other law enforcement officials across the country that it’ll try and help out unlock other iPhones from various criminal investigations.

The FBI is yet to tell Apple how it performed the hack, but the Bureau does talk about it with senators. In the meantime, the FBI confirmed that while it may be able to hack some iPhones, the iPhone 6s is impenetrable for the time being.

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16GB iPhone SE Storage

These are the tools you need to live with a 16GB iPhone

By on April 6, 2016 at 10:10 AM.

These are the tools you need to live with a 16GB iPhone

Apple shocked fans with the iPhone SE’s low $399 price tag. For just $400 you get a compact phone that’s as powerful as the iPhone 6s and is superior to mid-range Android alternatives. The downside of buying this device is the limited storage that comes with the cheapest new iPhone. You still get just 16GB of memory to play with, which is a woefully small amount of storage in this day and age. However, there are ways of making the most of that limited storage without ever running out of space, which make the $399 iPhone SE a steal. More →

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