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Tradeline replacing some iPhone 6S batteries free of charge

Tradeline replacing some iPhone 6S batteries free of charge

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Tradeline Stores, the authorised Apple dealer in the Egyptian market, will replace the batteries on its iPhone 6S free of charge for devices which have been manufactured between September and October 2015. This decision is based on a support document published on Apples official website: “Apple has determined that a very small number of iPhone … The post Tradeline replacing some iPhone 6S batteries free of charge appeared first on Daily News Egypt.

Now Apple's Live Photos can work on any website

Now Apple's Live Photos can work on any website

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Apple first introduced Live Photos in the iPhone 6S series back in 2015, but the odd photo/video-clip hybrid has taken its time coming to the internet. While Tumblr was the first to integrate Live Photos into its site last September, Apple is finally...

Apple’s JavaScript API Brings Its Live Photos Onto The Web

Apple’s JavaScript API Brings Its Live Photos Onto The Web

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When Apple announced the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, one of the new features that they were bringing to the table came in the form of Live Photos. For those unfamiliar, these are photos that capture seconds before and after the shutter button has been pressed, thus creating a mini video that even has audio playback.

The Elago M4 Stand Transforms an iPhone 7, 6s or 6 Into the Original Macintosh

The Elago M4 Stand Transforms an iPhone 7, 6s or 6 Into the Original Macintosh

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Elago is back with more retro-inspired fun. After introducing a fun Apple Watch charging stand earlier this year that can turn the wearable device into a small version of the original Macintosh, the company has unveiled a great version for the iPhone. The Elago M4 Stand will turn an iPhone 7, iPhone 6s, or iPhone 6 into a small Macintosh.

Go Retro With the iPhone Elago M4 Stand

Go Retro With the iPhone Elago M4 Stand

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As companies are feeling a bit nostalgic for defunct Apple products, Elago just released a new iPhone stand that transforms your charging station into an Macintosh monitor. The M4 Stand is made of scratch-free silicone and it's compatible with the iPhone 7, iPhone 6S, and iPhone 6. It's a cool and alternative way to watch your favorite videos while charging without having to hold your phone.

Apple making it easier to share Live Photos on the web

Apple making it easier to share Live Photos on the web

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With the launch of the iPhone 6s, Apple introduced Live Photos, a feature that captures a second or so before and after you take a photo to give you a short GIF-style file. Since then, we’ve seen companies like Google and Facebook work to make sharing Live Photos easier, and now Apple is doing the same.

Apple unveils Live Photos API

Apple unveils Live Photos API

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When Apple released the iPhone 6s in 2015, the company also introduced Live Photos, a picture that, when you tap it on your iPhone, becomes a 1.5 second video clip. It’s a fun feature, but it has limitations. It’s not easy to post a Live Photo on the web, for example.

I spent all weekend taking pictures with the new Galaxy S8 and now I never want to go back to my iPhone

I spent all weekend taking pictures with the new Galaxy S8 and now I never want to go back to my iPhone

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I was perfectly happy with my iPhone 6s until the Galaxy S8 came along. The Galaxy S8 -- Samsung's latest model of its flagship phone -- is brand new, and I got the chance to test the larger S8+ version over the course of a weekend. I knew it was a high-end phone, but I wasn't expecting it to blow me away and make me pine for the end of my iPhone contract.

iPhone 6s Causes Second-Degree Burn To Its Owner : TECH : Tech Times

iPhone 6s Causes Second-Degree Burn To Its Owner : TECH : Tech Times

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A Lake Jackson resident suffered second-degree burns thanks to his iPhone 6s. The horrific incident occurred when the Apple smartphone burned the owner while he was asleep.

iPhone 6s Causes Second-Degree Burn To Its Owner

iPhone 6s Causes Second-Degree Burn To Its Owner

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A Lake Jackson resident suffered second-degree burns because of his iPhone 6s. The owner of the phone has lodged a complaint with Apple, but the company is yet to respond to the allegations.

There’s A 6.0-inch Elephone Underneath This 5.5-inch iPhone 6s Plus

There’s A 6.0-inch Elephone Underneath This 5.5-inch iPhone 6s Plus

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Elephone wants you to see how small their upcoming 6-inch phone is, so they placed it under the 5.5-inch iPhone 6s Plus. Turns out the phone is really small as...

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