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There Sure Are a Lot of New iPhone Rumors Today

While we’re not expecting any major phone news to come out of WWDC (aside from the possible appearance of the iPhone SE 2), all sorts of iPhone rumors are hitting the street as Apple’s annual developer conference nears. The rumors range from some plausible changes and upgrades to some very silly-looking new colors.Read more… Continue […]

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This Handy iPhone X Lens Kit Gets You Even Closer to a Real Camera

Let’s face it, when you shell out upwards of $700 for a flagship phone, a huge chunk of that money is going towards its camera. Some people might say that’s nuts, but for others, who don’t don’t want the hassle or added expense of owning a real camera, it’s really not that ridiculous. However, even […]

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How to Get iOS 11.3 and Apple’s New Animoji for iPhone X Before Everyone Else

Apple offered up a first look at iOS 11.3 on Wednesday, revealing plans to improve Messages, add new augmented reality features, let you check your health records from the Health app, and control your iPhone’s battery life. But if you have an iPhone X, the biggest news of the day is the four fresh Animoji […]

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Use iOS AR Apps to Help Redecorate Your Apartment

Apple’s ARKit for iOS 11 makes it relatively easy for developers to take advantage of the company’s augmented reality features, and gives consumers the opportunity to interact with a virtual world layered over your actual environment. Augmented reality games are certainly the flashiest way to demonstrate its many…Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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We Tested 5 Wireless Chargers for the iPhone and This is the Best

A few weeks ago, I tested almost every one of Apple’s wired charging solutions to find out which one was best. Job done, right? Well not quite, because this year’s crop of iPhone’s are Apple’s first handsets to have built-in wireless charging too! Then, to make things even more confusing, Apple’s most recent software…Read more… […]

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How to Get a Refund on Your iPhone X if Face ID Doesn’t Work

Face ID on the iPhone X works pretty perfectly most of the time, though it does seem to have some issues telling the difference between family members. But what if Apple’s new facial-recognition technology can’t tell the different between you and some random person, like a co-worker?Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Don’t Use Face ID on the iPhone X If You’re Worried About Nosy Family Members

We all keep private information on our smartphones in the form of photos, text messages, and even access to our financial information. Apple claims that the iPhone X makes all that data even more secure thanks to Face ID, but there’s one group of people this may not apply to: your family.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How to Switch from the iPhone to the Pixel 2

Anyone using an iPhone might think it’s difficult to switch to an Android device. But Google’s latest smartphone, the Pixel 2, alleviates the anxiety of switching by taking care of all the annoying bits, like copying your photos or contacts. You’ll need to change some settings before you can transfer from one…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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We Tested iPhone Fast-Charging and You Should Definitely Upgrade Your Charger

Your iPhone can charge a lot faster than you thought. When Apple announced the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X, the company glossed over the fact that all three of its new handsets were capable of fast charging—similar to what Android phones have been doing for years. Even now, if you go the spec page […]

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How the OnePlus 5T Stacks Up to Its Smartphone Competition

OnePlus has carved out a niche for itself in the competitive smartphone market by offering high-quality hardware at bargain prices. The company’s latest phone, the OnePlus 5T is no different, offering the kind of tech you’d expect from the latest Apple or Samsung device, but for half the price.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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