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  • News: The release of iOS 7 created an online traffic jam: Blue Coat

    Traffic to Apple.com jumped by as much as 265 per cent in the five days following the release of the iOS update, according to Blue Coat Systems.

  • News: Make the secure switch from Blackberry to iOS and Android

    Solutions provider [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/Good Technology|Good Technology|All on Good Technology]] has launched a new platform transition solution to help make a secure switch from Blackberry to iOS and Android.

  • News: How to get the most money for your old smartphone

    For many people, it's phone-buying season--in the past month or two, Apple, Motorola, Nokia, and Samsung have all released hot new phones. If your old phone is gathering dust in a drawer somewhere and you don't have a use for it aside from "paperweight," you might as well sell it and get something for it.

  • News: Why Wall Street and Tech Analysts Got the iPhone 5S Wrong

    Financial analysts, tech industry watchers and even a few media outlets struck out on initial iPhone 5S and iOS 7 predictions. Why didn't they see the record-breaking sales coming?

  • News: Ten apps every iPhone 5s and 5c user should own

    There are many thousands of apps. Whatever your goal, as Apple's erstwhile advertising campaign proclaimed, "There's an app for that." But some apps are simply must-haves--whether for their functionality, their interface brilliance, or just their entertainment factor. Here are ten apps your new iPhone shouldn't be without.

  • News: New iMac release date, price and specs

    Apple has updated its all-in-one iMac desktop computers with upgraded specifications, namely Intel Haswell fourth-generation processors. Here's all the release date, price and specs information you need on the new iMac.

  • News: Benchmarks: iPhone 5s lives up to the hype

    While much of the recent discussion about the new iPhone 5s and 5c has been about colors and availability, the Macworld Lab has been busy thinking about the new iPhones' performance. We put our brand new iPhone 5s and 5c to the test and found that the devices to live up to--and in some cases surpass--Apple's marketing claims.

  • News: iPhone 5s, 5c rack up 9 million sales, 200 million users update to iOS 7

    Speculation about poor iPhone sales appears to have been just that--speculation. Apple on Monday announced the figures for the first weekend of sales for its latest smartphones: The company racked up 9 million in the three days after launch, which Apple says is a new record.

  • News: What it's like to wait in line for an iPhone

    What makes people give up a few hours of their time--or even an entire night--to stand outside of a store waiting for the doors to open so that they can buy a phone? As Apple has proven time and again, they're not waiting for just any phone. And if the crowds gathered outside of Apple Stores on Friday are any indication, the iPhone 5s looks likely to stir just as much passion as its predecessors.

  • News: iPhone 5s gold rush begins, as crowds line up for new phone

    There's nothing like an iPhone launch to bring out a crowd.

  • News: Get started with the iPhone 5c and 5s

    Congratulations, you've snagged yourself a brand-new iPhone 5c or 5s. But before you get to playing with your new device, you'll probably want to get to know it and set it up. Thanks to iOS 7's step-by-step activation process, Apple's made it pretty simple to get started; but just in case you need some extra help, we've put together a comprehensive guide for activating your new iPhone, transferring data from your old phone, and some suggestions for exploring its new features.

  • News: iOS 7 lock-screen bypass allows access to photos, contacts, social networking

    Settle into your seats for the Return of the Lock-Screen Bypass, Part XVII: The iOS 7-ing. Once again, someon's figured out a way to access data from your iPhone or iPad without entering your lock code. (You do have a lock code, don't you?) As for what makes this time different from all other times, it's the first instance of a bug of this type in Apple's newest OS.

  • News: YouTube to add offline viewing for mobile

    YouTube has made a big announcement. An update will allow users to download videos to watch offline.

  • News: BBM on Android and iPhone coming this weekend with Z30 to follow

    BlackBerry has confirmed that BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) will be released for Android and iPhone this weekend. The firm will also launch a new smartphone next week, the Z30.

  • News: The first reviews of the iPhone 5s and 5c hit the Web

    The latest and greatest incarnations of the iPhone will go on sale this Friday. Of course, several members of the press have been allowed to get their hands on the full-throttled 5s and entry-level 5c. By and large, the reviews have found the 5c to be a more affordable (and colorful) reinvention of the iPhone 5, while the iPhone 5s is just about the best phone out there.

  • News: Apple beaten in China smartphone war

    Forget Apple. Chinese OEMs are set to beat iPhone in global sales by 2015.

  • News: iPhone 5C UK price

    Apple new flagship iPhone 5S has come along with a cheaper and plastic iPhone 5C, so you probably want to know how much it costs. Here's the UK price and pre-order information for the UK.

  • News: Apple rules in Singapore

    Apple was rated the top manufacturer in Singapore while iOS was the leading operating system in the second quarter of 2013 (Q2 2013), according to Millennial Media's newly released Mobile Mix Report.

  • News: Microsoft tries (and fails) to make fun of the new iPhones

    With the iPhone announcement still fresh in everyone's minds, Microsoft is trying desperately to draw attention back to its oh-so-fabulous line of mobile products. If a $200 credit for your iPad doesn't entice you to switch to the Windows ecosystem, maybe this awkward and unfunny ad will.

  • News: Everything you need to know about preordering an iPhone 5c

    Get your credit cards ready! Apple's colorful iPhone 5c is now available for pre-order from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.



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