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You can Upgrade your 16GB iPhone to 128GB for around $60

When you are going to buy an iPhone, you end up choosing from the three available storage capacities: the bare-bone 16GB model, and the models with more storage capacity such as 64GB and 128GB. The later two are probably the best options for you given the current capabilities of the video cameras and size of the latest iOS apps and games. However, getting a model with larger capacity does cost you more; $100 more for moving up to 64GB from 16GB and a staggering $200 for moving up to 128GB from 16GB. If paying that much to get more storage capacity is going to be too much for you, then you’ll be happy to learn that there is a cheaper alternative but for that, you must be visiting Shenzhen, China.

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Apple releases iOS 9.3 Beta 1 with Night Shift mode and more

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The fruit company has released the first beta for iOS 9.3 along with new software updates for other platforms including tvOS, WatchOS, and OS X as well. Interestingly, iOS 9.2.1 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch is still in beta stage and Apple has pushed a beta version for iOS 9.3 – another future iOS version. So Apple is currently running multiple beta versions for iOS software updates.
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iPhone 7 Display Components Leaked into the wild [Photos]

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Apple’s next-generation iPhone model, widely referred to as ‘iPhone 7’ will logically be unveiled in the Fall of this year. As we approach closer to the official unveiling of iPhone 7 later this year, leaks related to this upcoming iPhone are bound to happen. And now it seems like iPhone 7 leaks have officially kicked off.

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iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 is now available for testing

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Apple has released a new beta update for its mobile operating system to the registered iOS Developers. iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 has been pushed to those who have enrolled into Apple’s iOS developer program. Apple pushed the update on January 4th when the Consumer Electronics Show was going to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Apple facing a class action lawsuit for Data overage caused by iPhone 5s/5 WiFi defect


Apple introduced Wi-Fi Assist feature in iOS 9, which allowed iOS devices to automatically use cellular connection when the WiFi connection is poor. This feature ended up gobbling GBs of data for many customers who were not familiar how the feature worked, this is why Apple is facing a class-action lawsuit over Wi-Fi Assist feature of iOS 9. Now in addition to this, Apple is now facing another lawsuit over iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s automatically switching to LTE network from Wi-Fi for AT&T subscribers.
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GeoHot is building a self-driving car to take on Tesla

George Hotz, better known as “Geohot“, is the father of carrier-unlocking iPhone which allowed users to use their iPhone with other unofficial carriers as well. He’s also one of the pioneers of early iPhone jailbreaking scene. After a long absence from iOS jailbreaking and unlocking scene, he appeared on the scene again but with a PlayStation jailbreak. But didn’t took his reverse engineering efforts lightly and GeoHot had to face legal actions from Sony but later he settled with the company. Once again, the same GeoHot has come up with an idea of building a self-driving car of his own, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
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20 Christmas Wallpapers for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6

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Christmas is upon us. The crazy shopping time is about to end and we are soon going to turn to the kitchen to bake some of our favorite goodies. It is the best time to give yourself a little bit of seasonal cheer by decorating your iPhone with Christmas themed iPhone wallpapers and backgrounds. Besides decorating your home, there are many other ways to get into the festival mood and using Christmas themed wallpapers on your iPhone is one of them.

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Apple has been working on an in-house GPU for several years [Rumor]

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Apple has been using its own A-branded processor chips inside all of its iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices since several years now. These A-branded chips have gained much attention as high-performing chipsets that power Apple’s smartphones and tablets. Along with these A-branded chips, another new chip could be getting some of the limelight soon, if a recent rumor is to be believed.
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