iPhone 6 vs. iPhone 6 Plus: Which Should You Buy?
As you may have heard, there are two new iPhone 6 devices available today. And as lines for Apple’s new Jesus phone stretch into the stratosphere (or don’t), there’s a big question on plenty of would-be buyers’ minds: Should I buy the iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6 Plus?
See also: Which iPhone 6 Do You Want?
It’s a good question and one that isn’t limited to Apple smartphones. For the last few years, the chasm between a large smartphone and a phablet has shortened, but the truth is, in practice, there is still a substantial difference between a 4.7-inch (or even 5-inch) phone and one that is 5.5 inches. Read more…More about Iphone, Apple, Iphone 6, Tech, and Gadgets
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How to Get the iPhone 6 Without Waiting in Line for Hours
If you haven’t pre-ordered an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus and still want to be among the first to own the device, there’s a good chance you’ll be facing a long line at the Apple Store today or this weekend.
Most Apple stores get pretty big shipments of new iPhones; that’s the obvious choice, but not the only one. In fact, you can get the iPhone 6 (16GB) for below the recommended price at Walmart ($179, instead of $199), and you’ll probably have to wait less, too.
Before we dive into alternatives, let’s draw our attention to the behemoth line that wrapped around the flagship Apple Store on Fifth Avenue in New York 24 hours in advance24 hours. For those who are inherently impatient, the clip below will give you nightmares. Read more…More about Mobile, Iphone, Apple, Iphone 6, and Tech
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iPhone 6 Plus Teardown Reveals a Battery Nearly as Big as an iPhone 5S
You know the drill, folks: A new iPhone comes out, and within hours, it has been torn to pieces by the folks at iFixit.
More precisely, we’re talking about the iPhone 6 Plus, the iPhone 6’s bigger brother. The teardown of the biggest iPhone yet didn’t bring too many surprises: Apple is still using non-standard pentalobe screws, which means it is relatively easy to disassemble and repair if need be.
One thing that stands out is the iPhone 6 Plus’ battery size. Compared to the battery in the iPhone 6, it packs more milliampere-hours: 2915 compared to 1810 Read more…More about Apple, Teardown, Ifixit, Tech, and Gadgets
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The iPhone 6 Chaos Could Be the Biggest Crowds Since the First iPhone
The thermometer read 54 degrees Fahrenheit on the street outside Apple’s Fifth Avenue Flagship Store in New York City, but gusting 21 mph winds made it feel much chiller. Not than anyone cared, of course — most certainly not the hundreds of people lined up to buy a brand new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus when the store opened at 8 a.m. on Friday.
Those in line were close to jumping the barricades they had been standing (or sleeping) behind for days — and even weeks — just to get close to the new iPhones. They didn’t move, though, knowing that their own new smartphones were just minutes away.Apple, Smartphone, Smartphones, Iphone 6, and Tech
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9 Flashy Camera Accessories for the iPhone 6
With the launch of the iPhone 6 comes a flood of accessories
The new smartphone’s camera is impressive on its own, but there are several ways to take your mobile photography to the next level. From tripods to lenses, various camera accessories are available for you to trick out your brand-new toy
See also: 11 Sleek iPhone 6 Cases and Accessories
Below, we’ve highlighted nine camera accessories that are compatible with the iPhone 6, helping you take perfect pics in no time.
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InDesign Secrets Video: Converting Local Formatting to Styles
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Emojiyo Gives Your Emoji Keyboard a Facelift
Until iOS 8, the native emoji keyboard was pretty much the only “fun” keyboard available on iOS.
Now with the new operating system, developers can create custom keyboards. While we’ve seen everything from animated GIF keyboards to gesture-based offerings, a new app wants to give your old standby emoji keyboard a much-needed overhaul.
See also: 10 Apps That Make the Best Use of iOS 8
Emojiyo uses the same emoji as the classic keyboard available in previous versions of iOS but focuses on helping users find the right emoji for any situation.
"The built-in Apple emoji keyboard is just horrible," one of the app’s creators, E.J. Mablekos, told Mashable. “You have the situation of this kind of language almost with 850 characters that you navigate by looking through six arbitrary sections and it’s kind of like a game of memory.” Read more…More about Tech, Apps Software, Emoji, and Ios 8
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How to Find Your Photos in iOS 8
Luckily, those photos haven’t actually disappeared. Here’s what you need to know about finding and organizing your iOS photos now that the Camera Roll is gone.
Open the Photos app in iOS 8 and one of the first things you’ll notice is that the Camera Roll album, which used to hold all the photos you took on that device, is gone. Instead, you’ll see albums for Recently Added, Panoramas, Videos, Bursts, and Recently Deleted— along with albums created by third party apps such as Instagram Read more…More about Apple, Photos, Tech, Apps Software, and Apps And Software
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