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Apple to include Force Touch in new iPhones coming later this year


Samsung has released Galaxy S6 with a screen that can be viewed from the sides. To keep pace, Apple has reportedly started working on iPhones with a fresh feature dubbed Force Touch, which will sense intensity of touch on the screen to bring up a different function. Force Touch sensor would not allow the iPhone to detect pressure applied on the screen directly; instead it will detect the area of contact, where finger/thumb touches, to decide how large the pressure is. This means, the iPhone display will be able to tell a light tap from deep press, and will trigger a range of features by identifying the type of touch. Read More…

DxO One turns your iPhone into a DSLR camera for some stunning photography

DxO One for iPhone

You want your iPhone to shoot flawless photos but can’t accept the fact that it has its limitations when you compare it to a DSLR camera. This is where you need an accessory that can shoot DSLR quality photographs, so that your memories are as good as real when you check them out 10 years down the line. Guys, this is DxO One accessory for your iPhone that is probably the best in its class when it comes to shooting high quality photos from your Apple smartphone. And stay rest-assured that it will click the most amazing panoramas, selfies and wide angle photos and videos that you’ll simply watch over and over again.
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Apple WWDC: iOS 9 preview confirms improved Siri, Apps and a whole lot more

Apple iOS 9 WWDC 2015

iPhone, iPad and iPod touch running on iOS 9

Apple WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2015 just got underway and like every year this edition also brings a whole bunch of surprises and other announcements that were expected. One of the important announcements made by Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering included the revelation of Apple iOS 9 preview. This operating system for Apple’s mobile devices like iPhone, iPad and iPod touch will make its final launch in fall 2015, but Apple gave a sneak-peak of all the improvements that will come hooked to this OS.
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Apple plans to enter auto market with an electric car

Apple is working on an electric car

Apple Inc. is one of the leading companies in the consumer electronics industry that have conquered the market with their well-known hardware products. After delivering advanced technology gadgets such as Mac line of computers, iPod media players, iPhone smartphone and the iPad tablets to their consumers, the Cupertino, California-based technology giants have turned their attention towards the automotive industry now. Yes, you read it right! The company is currently working on an electric car. According to reports, Apple have hired several hundred of people including some from the auto industry as well to develop an electric car which will resemble a minivan.
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Goldgenie unveils limited edition Year of the Goat 24K Gold iPhone 6 Elite

Goldgenie launches limited edition Year of the Goat 24K Gold iPhone 6 Elite

Goldgenie, UK-based luxury brand have launched a limited edition “Year of the Goat” 24K Gold iPhone 6 Elite to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year. Marking the New Year of the Goat, the new limited edition luxury iPhone 6 Elite embellished in 24k gold will feature a laser engraved, hand-painted Chinese goat symbol. A limited edition of only 99 units of the iPhone 6 Elite Year of the Goat will be produced, each phone will be laser stamped with its number in the series. Therefore, each device is unique and can serve as a great gift for a loved one or one of a kind collector’s item.
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How long can Apple dominate the stock market?

iPhone, the best-selling phone of all time, made Apple the world’s most valuable company. But with the flagship phone now in its seventh generation and not having launched a new line since their iPad in 2011, could the California tech star be losing its shine?

Certainly compared to Google and Facebook, Apple’s ongoing investment in research and development is staggeringly low. But while Apple could be seen to be underspending on their product line-up, they ploughed over $45 billion into buying back shares in 2014. Investor Carl Icahn, who holds a 1% stake in the company, wrote an open letter to Tim Cook entitled Sale: Apple Shares at Half Price encouraging an even more aggressive buyback programme.

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Say goodbye to ear infections with CellScope Oto HOME accessory for smartphones

Oto home ear infection detection device

Ear infections in children are a big problem for parents, and it costs the US healthcare more than $3.5 billion a year. Ear infections become much more prevalent in the cold and flu seasons when ear infections are very common, especially in children. Now, that is a huge amount for a single non-fatal problem that has to come with a simpler solution. CellScope Oto HOME accessory for iPhone vouches to be that simple solution which takes a recording of the ear and then via Oto CONNECT service sends the data to a physician for remote clinical assessment and prescription.
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OtterBox unveils Resurgence Power Case for iPhone 6 at CES 2015

OtterBox Resurgence Family

OtterBox, Colorado-based global leader in mobile device protection has revealed the Resurgence Power Case for iPhone 6 at the ongoing International CES 2015 in Las Vegas. The No 1 cell phone case covers manufacturer unveiled the power case yesterday at Digital Experience, an event Pepcom showcases just before the main event. At this show, OtterBox displayed the latest technology and accessories for tablets and smartphones, all in line with its legacy of engineered confidence and trusted protection. With military- grade drop protection, the latest OtterBox Resurgence Power Case for iPhone 6 will provide user with two-times the battery life of the iPhone 6.
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Apple’s patent iPhone protection system will minimize free-fall damage

Apple patents iPhone protection system

Apple has patented a futuristic iPhone protection system that can recognize when a phone is dropped and re-orient its position in mid-air making sure that minimum damage happens during the fall. Apple was officially awarded U.S. Patent No. 8,903,519 by The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday for Protective mechanism for an electronic device. The aim is to protect expensive and delicate smartphone components from the most familiar problems with latest phones that is accidental drops. The system will calculate an expected point of impact when the phone is dropped and will shift its center of gravity to save sensitive components like camera and the glass screen.
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Ditch your iPhone 6 for $600 to buy Blackberry Passport!

iPhone 6 exchange for Blackberry Passport

In a desperate move to win back a huge chunk of lost customers, Blackberry has initiated the Blackberry Passport Trade-Up Program which urges iPhone 6 users to trade their iPhone for their flagship smartphone, the Passport. This surprising initiative is going to be active from December 1, 2014 to February 13, 2015 in North America only. You can trade iPhone 4S, 5, 5S and 6 models for a cash amounting up to $400 USD plus additional $150 USD from Blackberry. However, that remains to be seen as there cash back will depend on the condition of your phone.
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