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iPhone 6 or 6s battery life not what it used to be? This $21 case will double it

iPhone 6 or 6s battery life not what it used to be? This $21 case will double it

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Apple’s iPhones are built to last, so there are millions upon millions of people out there who still use models that are a few years old now. They might not be as fast as newer iPhone models, but they still work fine… for the most part. Battery life on an iPhone 6, 6s, 6 Plus or 6s Plus at this point has definitely taken a hit, but there’s an easy way to remedy that. Check out the ROMOSS Ultra Slim Extended Battery Case for iPhone 6 / 6s and the ROMOSS Ultra Slim Extended Battery Case for iPhone 6 / 6s Plus, which will double your iPhone’s battery life and then some.

Apple working with ‘multiple companies’ on new Smart Connector accessories

Apple working with ‘multiple companies’ on new Smart Connector accessories

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With the launch of the iPad Pro, Apple unveiled its new Smart Connector technology to allow accessory makers to more seamlessly integrate with the device. Two years after the first iPad Pro’s release, however, the Smart Connector hasn’t necessarily gained a whole lot of traction. A new report from Fast Company this week offers some insight into Apple’s efforts to have accessory makers adopt the Smart Connector…

Head-To-Head: Apple MacBook Vs. Dell XPS 13

Head-To-Head: Apple MacBook Vs. Dell XPS 13

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The CRN Test Center compares the latest updates to the highly portable Apple and Dell laptops. Here's how Apple's MacBook stacks up against Dell's XPS 13.

Apple makes 23 different dongles — and it would cost you $857 to buy them all (AAPL)

Apple makes 23 different dongles — and it would cost you $857 to buy them all (AAPL)

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Last September, Apple forced new iPhone owners to accept a new reality: If you wanted to connect wired headphones to the iPhone 7, the first iPhone without a headphone jack, you'd have to use a tiny adapter.

Today in Apple history: Apple’s war with IBM commences

Today in Apple history: Apple’s war with IBM commences

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August 12, 1981: The launch of the IBM Personal Computer ignites the long-running Apple-versus-PC rivalry. Secure in the Apple II’s technical superiority over the new PC, Apple welcomes IBM to the personal computing party in the pages of The Wall Street Journal. Things won’t stay positive for long. The arrival of the IBM Personal Computer

How to use Apple’s iMessage on iOS 10

How to use Apple’s iMessage on iOS 10

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One of the biggest changes in iOS 10 is the new and improved iMessage app. It now offers animations, GIFs, music sharing, and even its own app store. Here's how to make the most of Apple's latest set of messaging features.

One month to go for the new iPhone: what we know so far

One month to go for the new iPhone: what we know so far

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The future iPhone range could feature phones in three sizes: 4.7 inches, 5.5 inches and 5.8 inches. If so, the new 5.8-inch model, an unprecedented format for Apple, could be equipped with an edge-to-edge OLED display. Interest is evidently focused on this ...

Tronsmart Encore S4 Review: Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Canceling

Tronsmart Encore S4 Review: Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Canceling

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Apple took everyone by surprise when it decided to give up on the headphone jack on the iPhone 7, and just like it happens every time, more manufacturers are likely to follow in Cupertino footsteps and replace the traditional audio connector with a new port.

One month to go for the new iPhone: Here's what we know so far

One month to go for the new iPhone: Here's what we know so far

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In all likelihood Apple is preparing to unveil not one, not two, but three new iPhones at its keynote in September, the exact date of which has yet to be revealed. In addition to upgrades to the current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple is expected to launch a totally new model equipped with exclusive technologies to mark the tenth anniversary of the world's leading smartphone.

Apple Considering Dropping The iPhone S Name

Apple Considering Dropping The iPhone S Name

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In addition of recent iPhone 7s, 7s Plus and iPhone 8 rumours, another very interesting rumour has appeared online, which claims that Apple is reportedly thinking about dropping the iPhone S name. This was confirmed by Apple blogger John Gruber who claims that the company has

Barclays: Only 11% of consumers willing to pay $1,000 or more for a new iPhone

Barclays: Only 11% of consumers willing to pay $1,000 or more for a new iPhone

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New information sent by Barclay's to its clients, and obtained by CNBC, reveals that the price of the Apple iPhone this year might finally reach a point that turns consumers away. The tenth anniversary model is dubbed the Apple iPhone 8, and early speculation has put a price tag as high as $1,000-$1,200 on the handset. But the bank's survey shows that only 11% of those who responded to it said that they would pay more than $1,000 cash for an iPhone

iPhone 8 Release Date Won’t Be Delayed Anymore, But You May Have To Manage Your Expectations

iPhone 8 Release Date Won’t Be Delayed Anymore, But You May Have To Manage Your Expectations

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Conflicting reports surround iPhone 8’s release date. News about delays in production regularly popped up the past few months, but those stating that Apple is on track always followed shortly. The most recent rumor is that the 10th anniversary iPhone will be revealed as scheduled, but it’s not all good news.

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