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Court Rules In Apple’s Favor Over Government

02/29/2016, The legal tussle between Apple and the US Government has certainly captured the imagination of many over the past week, but it looks like the tech company has the upper hand at the moment when a federal judge in New York ruled in favor of Apple. The...

iPhone 7 Plus With Dual Cameras Could Be Called The iPhone Pro

02/29/2016, A rumor from last month suggested that the iPhone 7 Plus could come in a variant that sports a dual camera setup. However the rumor also claimed that this dual camera setup might only be limited to a higher-end iPhone 7 Plus, basically aimed towards users...

iPhone, iPad Event Now Rumored For March 21

02/28/2016, Apple’s spring event seems to have its dates shifting around quite a bit. We first heard that March 15 was a possibility, but a report from last week suggested that it had been moved to the 22nd of March. Now according to a report from John Paczkowski...

Alleged 4-inch iPhone Photo Confirms Missing 3D Touch Feature

02/28/2016, There are rumors that have been circulating suggesting that Apple might return to making 4-inch iPhones again. The device in question is called the iPhone SE, or the iPhone Pro, or the iPhone 5se, depending on which rumor you’re subscribing to. There...

Could The iPhone Pro Be The New Name?

02/27/2016, Apple is certainly a champion when it comes to branding, and they have an extremely loyal fan base – not just because of the products that they deliver, but also because the products from Apple actually work in a seamless and easy manner. Of course,...

4-inch iPhone Could Be Called The iPhone SE Instead

02/26/2016, Apple’s 4-inch iPhone has been rumored about for a while now. Some had initially pegged it as the iPhone 6c, but later it was suggested that it could be called the iPhone 5se due to its resemblance to Apple’s iPhone 5 lineup, but now a new report has...

Arizona County To Stop Using iPhones Following Encryption Debate

02/25/2016, While it sounds like many big name tech companies will soon be throwing their legal support behind Apple, there are some in the government who aren’t too thrilled about Apple’s refusal to comply with the court’s orders and unlock the iPhone in the...

iPhone 5se Now Rumored For March 22

02/25/2016, According to a rumor from earlier this month, it was suggested that Apple could announce their new products on the 15th of March and put them up for sale on the 18th. This means that we should be able to expect Apple to start sending out invites in the...

Google, Microsoft & Others To Offer Legal Support To Apple

02/25/2016, Ever since the courts ordered Apple to unlock the San Bernardino iPhone, many companies have come forward to offer words of support to Apple. For example we have Google who was one of the first, and then we also have the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and...

Apple CEO Tim Cook Likens iPhone Backdoor To Software Cancer

02/24/2016, About a week ago, Apple was ordered by the courts to unlock the iPhone belonging to one of the shooters from the San Bernardino case. The Cupertino company refused and its CEO, Tim Cook, has since published a lengthy letter explaining why this is...

iPhone 5se Drawings Show Off A Familiar Design

02/24/2016, Rumor has it that Apple has a 4-inch iPhone that they are working on called the iPhone 5se. Right now the design of the device is really anyone’s guess, with some claiming that it could look like a smaller iPhone 6, while others claim that Apple will be...

Latest iOS 9.3 Beta Unbricks iPhones Affected By 1970 Bug

02/24/2016, Earlier this month we reported that 64-bit iPhones were affected by a weird bug in which if you set the date to the 1st of January, 1970, it will cause the phone to brick. The only way to fix it is to either send it back to Apple, or disconnect and...

Apple Wants Congress To Weigh In On The Encryption Case

02/24/2016, Despite being ordered by the court, Apple is refusing to unlock the iPhone belonging to the terrorist of the San Bernardino shootings. The company claims that this will set a dangerous precedent, although the FBI’s director claims that it won’t. Right...