Purported iPhone 6s display vs iPhone 6 display panel (video)

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Apple’s next generation iPhone 6s is just a few weeks away now, and it’s not surprising that the images and videos of leaked parts of Apple’s next-generation iPhone models are popping up every now and then. We’ve already posted a video showing iPhone 6s backplate thickness, now another video shows a claimed display assembly of iPhone 6s being compared to current iPhone 6’s display assembly.
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Force Touch on iPhone 6s gets detailed: Shortcuts, faster actions across iOS

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Apple introduced Force Touch display on Apple Watch which added an additional layer of buttons to a smaller screen device to make more options available to the user. The same Force Touch display is widely expected to make its ways onto the next generation iPhone models. Since iPhone already has a larger real estate to accommodate more options and button right on the screen, then what would be the use of Force Touch on larger screen devices? 9to5mac has come up with a new report providing insights on how the Force Touch feature on iPhone 6s works.

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Video Shows a stronger and Bendgate-proof iPhone 6s frame

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Rumors have been around for quite some time now that Apple’s next-generation iPhone will feature a more durable exterior to address the bendgate issue. This new video analyzes a purported shell of an iPhone 6s and compare it against the case Apple used in the current iPhone 6 and iPhoen 6s Plus devices and reveals some expected and surprising differences between the two.
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Apple fanboys tricked into thinking Android running on iPhone is iOS 9

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Apple fanboys will always argue that iOS is the best and much better than Android, even though the majority of those fans have not even used Google’s mobile operating system. This is exactly what this video posted on YouTube proves. In the video, iPhone fans are fooled into thinking that the iPhone is running Apple’s currently in beta iOS 9, but in reality the device is running Android Lollipop OS.
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Apple Music secures 11 million signups in just over a month

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After one month of its debut, Apple Music – a music streaming service by Apple – has managed to secure 11 million subscribers for its free 3 month trial period. Eddy Cue, company’s Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services says that the company is “thrilled” with 11 million users already subscribed for their music streaming service which is just one-month-old.

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How to cancel Apple Music subscription auto renewal after free trial

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When you sign up for Apple Music subscription, you get a free trial for three whole months. Apple will begin charging you $9.99 per month service charges after three months of a free trial period. It’s easy to forget about the renewal date especially when it’s 90 days away and the day your free trial expires, you’ll automatically be charged for the monthly subscription fee. But there is a way to cancel Apple Music subscription auto-renewal if you don’t want to continue with the service after 3 months of trial period.
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Readdle Massively Discounts its Apps on the App Store

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Readdle, a Ukraine-based developer, is known for its some of the best productivity apps available on the App Store. It’s been eight years since Readdle released its first application onto the app store. To celebrate its anniversary, the developer has put up a massive sale on its apps by offering more than 50% discount on some of its top apps.
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