Virtual Home Lets iPhone 5S Owners Use Touch ID Sensor As Home Button

Virtual Home Lets iPhone 5S Owners Use Touch ID Sensor As Home Button

Virtual Home is a new Cydia tweak that lets you use your Touch ID Sensor as a Home button. That means you can simply just tap/touch the Home button instead of pressing it to go Home and just hold the Home button for multitasking menu.

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New Mac Pro Doesn’t Offer Reliable 4K Monitor Support!

New Mac Pro Doesn’t Offer Reliable 4K Monitor Support!

Apple’s new Mac Pro has been around for some days now. While until now, we have been hearing raving reviews about this top-end machine, a review on AnandTech now reveals that the machine arrives with poor 4K monitor support.

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Samsung Got A Bigger Tablet Boost This Christmas Than Others

Samsung Got A Bigger Tablet Boost This Christmas Than Others

Christmas holidays assist companies to sell as much electronics products as possible. A new data says that South Korean electronics giant Samsung got a bigger tablet boost this Christmas than others.

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Apple Says It Never Worked With NSA On iPhone Backdoors

Apple Says It Never Worked With NSA On iPhone Backdoors

The recent release of a stash of classified NSA documents revealed that the agency can easily bug iOS devices, exploiting backdoors in iPhone handsets. Apple has now stated that it has never worked with NSA to create any such backdoors and as such, is absolutely unaware of them.

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NSA Has Complete Access To iPhone Communications

NSA Has Complete Access To iPhone Communications

After reporting NSA can intercept shipments and bug machines with spyware, yesterday an anonymous blogger leaked details of an NSA catalogue, containing backdoor techniques for different hardware tools. The catalogue reveals that the agency can easily access all communications made through an iOS device.

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New York Times’ Magazine Design Director Will Soon Join Apple

New York Times’ Magazine Design Director Will Soon Join Apple

Arem Duplessis has been a part of New York Times’ magazine design team for almost a decade. Now, the heavy-weight has been tapped by Apple and is poised to join the tech giant by February.

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Apple Is Giving Away Free Downloads On ’12 Days of Gifts’ App

Apple Is Giving Away Free Downloads On ’12 Days of Gifts’ App

Apple has started giving away free downloads for both iPhone and iPad from it’s ’12 Days of Gifts’ app. It brings a daily free contents including music, apps, books, games from December 26th to January 6th and users will get variety of contents based on their geographic location.

By On December 29, 2013 Respond
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Apple’s New Mac Pro Comes With A Removable CPU

Apple’s New Mac Pro Comes With A Removable CPU

Conventionally, Apple releases products which are terribly hard to disassemble. This may not be quite true for the company’s new Mac Pro which, a recent teardown reveals, comes with a removable CPU.

By On December 28, 2013 Respond
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Nokia Removes Here Maps From App Store, Blames Apple

Nokia Removes Here Maps From App Store, Blames Apple

Nokia’s little-known mapping service, Here Maps, that the company launched in November last year has been removed from the App Store. The company alleges that Apple’s iOS 7 changes ruined the Here Maps’ user experience.

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Google Decides To Fight Back Against Rockstar Patent Consortium

Google Decides To Fight Back Against Rockstar Patent Consortium

Rockstar Consortium, backed by many tech giants such as Apple, Microsoft and BlackBerry, has launched suits against numerous Android partners in the past. Google has now launched a counter-lawsuit, deciding to fight back.

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Apple Tries To Influence iPhone Prices In Taiwan, Gets Slapped With $667K Fine

Apple Tries To Influence iPhone Prices In Taiwan, Gets Slapped With $667K Fine

Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission has slapped Apple with a $667,000 fine over charges that the company tried to influence iPhone prices in the country. Given Apple’s fortunes, the fine may not be of much consequence for the company.

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Tim Cook To Visit Turkey Soon, Plans To Seal An Education Deal

Tim Cook To Visit Turkey Soon, Plans To Seal An Education Deal

Turkey is currently looking to replace the conventional classrooms with tablets and computers. Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, is due to visit the country in February, hoping to persuade Turkey into finalizing iPad as its tablet of choice.

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Apple Finally Posts Videos Of 2013 iOS 7 Tech Talk Sessions

Apple Finally Posts Videos Of 2013 iOS 7 Tech Talk Sessions

Every year, Apple holds iOS 7 Tech Talk sessions in different cities around the world. For those who weren’t lucky enough to attend any of them, Apple has finally posted videos of these sessions online.

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Tim Cook Promises Apple Has Big Plans For 2014

Tim Cook Promises Apple Has Big Plans For 2014

In a memo sent to Apple’s employees today, the company’s CEO Tim Cook celebrated the many accomplishments bagged by Apple during 2013 and said that Apple has ‘big plans’ for next year.

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Apple’s New Mac Pro Works Silky Smooth, Offers 900+MB/s Read/Write Speed

Apple’s New Mac Pro Works Silky Smooth, Offers 900+MB/s Read/Write Speed

Apple finally launched the new Mac Pro this December 19 and the feedback on the machine has been amazing. It appears that the new model is able to handle even the heaviest of tasks, such as editing 4K videos, without any hiccups.

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