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  • 3D Touch Opens A New Dimension Of User Interaction Crunch Network

    3D Touch Opens A New Dimension Of User Interaction

    We spend so much time touching our devices — but what if they could touch us back? Apple’s recent leaps with 3D Touch technology show that this could soon be a reality. Feel a surface texture, communicate with braille, even play an instrument — the tactile capabilities of future technologies are set to transform our digital experiences. Read More

  • Apple Tumbles 6.5% After Growth Flattens

    Apple Tumbles 6.5% After Growth Flattens

    Normally, a 6 percent drop in a stock price is somewhat significant but probably wouldn’t be considered a huge deal. But it’s a different story for Apple, where a 6 percent drop erases tens of billions of dollars in value. That’s exactly what happened during trading today following the company’s earnings report last night, which signaled the company’s first… Read More

  • The iPhone 7 Might Get A Dual-Camera System To Take Better Photos

    The iPhone 7 Might Get A Dual-Camera System To Take Better Photos

    Apple will likely unveil the iPhone 7 in September 2016, and a new rumor has surfaced about the camera. According to Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities, the iPhone 7 Plus will come with a dual-lens system option and leverage LinX’s technology. As a reminder, Apple acquired LinX in April 2015, a camera module maker working on multi-lens systems. Read More

  • Apple’s iPhone Grows 0.4% Yearly With 75 Million Units Sold In Q1

    Apple’s iPhone Grows 0.4% Yearly With 75 Million Units Sold In Q1

    Apple today reported sales of 74.8 million iPhones, 16.1 million iPads, and 5.3 million Macs in its Q1 earnings report today. Apple’s first quarter includes holiday sales, as the three-month period ends December 31, 2015. As such, it was supposed to be one of Cupertino’s best quarters of the year. Plus, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus both went live on September 25, meaning… Read More

  • The Repeat Political Madness Of Never-Ending Crypto Wars

    The Repeat Political Madness Of Never-Ending Crypto Wars

    What is it with politicians and encryption? There are now two bills in different U.S. states, one in California and one in New York, proposing that smartphones sold in the state must be able to be decrypted on demand by either their manufacturer or OS provider. Read More

  • Get Ready For A Smaller iPhone 6s Mini

    Get Ready For A Smaller iPhone 6s Mini

    Are you reading this post on an iPhone 5s? Chances are the iPhone 6s is too big for your taste and you’re now holding onto your trustworthy iPhone 5s. But it’s time to rejoice! Many leaks indicate that a smaller 4-inch iPhone is in the works — and there’s a brand new one from M.I.C Gadget. It’s unclear when it’s going to be released, but there are many… Read More

  • This 9-Foot-Long iPhone Cord Is The Ultimate Holiday Gift, And It’s Only $12

    This 9-Foot-Long iPhone Cord Is The Ultimate Holiday Gift, And It’s Only $12

    Free your friends and family from hunching over the side of their bed, sitting on the floor in airports, and infinite other uncomfortable positions. Buy them this Anker 9-foot long iPhone/iPad lightning cable that’s almost 3X longer than the normal one. Read More

  • Apple Pushes Users To Upgrade Their iPhones Via Pop-Up Ads In The App Store

    Apple Pushes Users To Upgrade Their iPhones Via Pop-Up Ads In The App Store

    Likely in hopes of boosting its holiday sales, Apple has surprised a number of iPhone owners by displaying unsolicited pop-up ads within the App Store application that promote the iPhone 6s. The ads are full-screen interstitials, and appear on iPhones that are older than the iPhone 6, according to reports. The ad’s text, meanwhile, reads “iPhone 6s Ridiculously… Read More

  • Apple Updates iOS, watchOS And OS X, Including Support For New Emoji (And The Middle Finger)

    Apple Updates iOS, watchOS And OS X, Including Support For New Emoji (And The Middle Finger)

    The next major update to Apple’s mobile operating system since the debut of version 9.0 released in September, is now rolling out. In iOS 9.1, Apple is introducing a number of new features and improvements, including one involving those GIF-like “Live Photos.” However, the addition that most users will be excited about is iOS 9.1’s inclusion of new emoji… Read More

  • Lively Turns Your iPhone 6S Live Photos Into GIFs And Videos

    Lively Turns Your iPhone 6S Live Photos Into GIFs And Videos

    Yet another app has sprouted up that wants to take the Live Photos from your iPhone 6S/6S Plus and turn them into videos and/or GIFs. Because what is beauty — nay, what is art — without the ability to share it? Lively, an app from Tiny Whale, lets you turn your all-too-locked-up Live Photos into GIFs or videos with control speeds for the GIF, ranging from 0.5x to 2.0x. But… Read More

  • Apple Faces $862M In Damages After Patent Lawsuit Loss To University Of Wisconsin

    Apple Faces $862M In Damages After Patent Lawsuit Loss To University Of Wisconsin

    Apple is no stranger to patent lawsuits, but a more recent suit filed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s licensing branch may prove a costly loss for the iPhone maker. A United States jury found that Apple’s A7, A8, and A8X chips, which are present in the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and the new iPhone 6S (plus some models of the iPad), contain technology covered by a 1998 patent… Read More

  • 3D Touch Is Apple’s New Secret Weapon

    3D Touch Is Apple’s New Secret Weapon

    I’m here to praise Apple again. Sorry. I have to do it. It’s not in my contract nor am I paid to do it – imagine if we were! We’d be rich! – but after manhandling the iPhone 6S Plus it’s abundantly clear that Apple has discovered another breakthrough. And they are surprisingly nonchalant about it. Apple’s first interface breakthrough happened when… Read More

  • This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Toutes Les Pommes

    This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Toutes Les Pommes

    In case you missed it, which would actually be quite difficult, Apple had a press event this week. The company unveiled new Apple Watch wristbands, a new Apple TV and remote, the iPad Pro (which is massive), the Apple Pencil (lol) and two new generations of the iPhone. Suffice it to say, it’s been a long week, even with Labor Day Monday. We discuss all this and more on this… Read More

  • With New iPhone Upgrade Program, Get A New iPhone Every Year For $32/Month

    With New iPhone Upgrade Program, Get A New iPhone Every Year For $32/Month

    Today at Apple’s keynote, the company introduced a new program available in Apple Store in the U.S. The iPhone Upgrade Program is a 24-month payment plan with an option to upgrade for a new iPhone every year. It starts at $32 per month and includes AppleCare+. Read More

  • Apple’s iPhone Market Grew 75% Year Over Year In China

    Apple’s iPhone Market Grew 75% Year Over Year In China

    Apple’s iPhone market grew 75 percent in China year over year, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced on stage today. The Greater China region is Apple’s second-largest market after the Americas. When Apple released the big-screened iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus last September, the company’s sales in China really took off. In Apple’s Q3 earnings, the company reported $13.2 billion… Read More

  • How To Watch The Apple iPhone Event Live (Even On Windows!)

    How To Watch The Apple iPhone Event Live (Even On Windows!)

    You woke up, and it felt like a regular Wednesday. And then you realized that today is actually Apple iPhone day, where each year the internet crashes over what is, essentially, a new internet device. Like most everyone, you want to watch the event as it unfolds live. But how? When? Where? If you’re a Mac/iPhone/iPad/Apple TV user, it’s very simple. Just hit up this dedicated… Read More

  • Apple’s “Hey Siri” iPhone Announcement Live Blog

    Apple’s “Hey Siri” iPhone Announcement Live Blog

    It’s time! After weeks of speculation, today is the day that Apple is taking over the massive Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco to announce… a whole lot of things! According to the whispers from around the rumor mill, today could bring everything from new iPhones, to the release details of iOS 9, to an overhauled version of Apple TV. The event starts at 10 AM… Read More

  • What To Expect At Apple’s ‘Hey Siri’ Event

    What To Expect At Apple’s ‘Hey Siri’ Event

    Tomorrow’s Apple event is going to be a behemoth. First, it’s going to take place in San Francisco’s Civic Auditorium, which seats a huge crowd of 7,000 people. Second, rumor has it that Apple is going to touch on many product lines — the iPhone obviously, but also the Apple TV, the iPad and the Apple Watch. Here’s what to expect. Read More

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