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Save 50% on this iPhone 6s holster today!

Want an easy way to carry around your iPhone 6s without shoving it in your pocket each time? If so, Seidio's spring clip holster may be just what you are looking for. The holster allows you to safely store it on your hip, and right now you can pick one up for just $14.95. ...

Apple iPhone Hack Software Update:  What to Look Out For, How to Protect Your Phone's Privacy

Apple has a reputation for repelling most software threats and security breaches on the iPhone. However, how can you ensure that your device is indeed safe from hacks?

Belgians are playing Pokemon Go better than you do

The Pokemon Go craze is dying down, according to some reports, but the mobile game that took the world by storm in July is still one of the most popular iPhone and Android apps around. Niantic’s hit game inspired many people to come up with Pokemon Go-related content. Show More Summary

Next year's iPhone won't have a home button, report says

It's telling that, days before the expected launch of iPhone 7, we're seeing more rumors about the next year's iPhone. The consensus among the reporters and leakers who follow Apple is that the iPhone 7 will only bring minor upgrades...Show More Summary

It Looks Like the 2017 iPhone Won’t Have a Home Button

The next iPhone is scheduled to drop in just one month’s time, but there’s already rumors circulating about next year’s model, which for now is being referred to simply as the iPhone 2017. Bloomberg reports that the iPhone 2017 may be the first ever model to ditch the iconic “home” button, as the next-gen smartphone is rumored to feature […]

Apple is planning tap-to-pay for iPhones on trains in Japan

Apple's march to be the way people pay for everything continues, with rumoured plans to allow people in Japan to tap their iPhones on buses and trains there.  According to Bloomberg, Apple intends to include Sony's Felica RFID contactless...Show More Summary

Fired-up iPhone 7 Plus prototype looks beautiful in blue

A new iPhone 7 Plus prototype has leaked out weeks ahead of its official debut, and not only is it a working handset running regular iOS, but it’s also finished in a beautiful blue that could be added to the iPhone lineup this fall. We’ve seen a lot of iPhone 7 “leaks,” but most showcase third-party mockups […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

'One of the most sophisticated pieces of cyberespionage software' uncovered at Citizen Lab

An extremely advanced hack exploiting three iOS vulnerabilities in iPhones was recently uncovered by researchers at digital rights watchdog group Citizen Lab and mobile security company Lookout.  Citizen Lab has informed Apple of the...Show More Summary

Apple could add tap-to-pay support to iPhone 7 in Japan, but it’s not NFC

Apple might be looking to introduce a new tap-to-pay feature to its upcoming line of iPhones exclusively for customers living in Japan, Bloomberg reports. Instead of using NFC – similarly to its Apple Pay service in North America, Europe...Show More Summary

Steve Wozniak disses Apple for ditching the headphone jack on the iPhone 7

The elimination of the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 has been the most controversial rumour about the upcoming device from Apple. Steve Wozniak co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs, and has been a critic of the company ever since he left it on 1985. Show More Summary

Activist discovers iPhone spyware, sparking security update

AJMAN, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The suspicious text message that appeared on Ahmed Mansoor's iPhone promised to reveal details about torture in the United Arab Emirates' prisons. [...] he reported it to Citizen Lab, an internet watchdog,...Show More Summary

iPhone 7 could have tap-to-pay feature for Japan's subways

Apple might give its upcoming iPhones an extra feature exclusively for people living in Japan. According to Bloomberg, the tech titan is planning to add tap-to-pay support for the country's extensive subway system. To accomplish that, it will equip the devices with FeliCa chips, the Sony-developed mobile tap-to-pay standard in the country. Show More Summary

HTC's A9 15-day update pledge goes out the window

Travel back to October 2015, when the HTC A9 was shiny and new. Amid the controversy about the price and availability — too much and too little — or how it was just a copy of the iPhone that was just a copy of the HTC M9, there was a small glowing nugget of sunshine. Show More Summary

Update Your iPhone: Apple Just Patched A Big Security Hole

NSO Group, a company that sells hacking services to governments so that they can spy on journalists and dissidents, exploited gaping security holes in iPhone software, according to a report by Lookout Security and Citizen Lab. But don’t worry: Apple just pushed a fix. More »      

Apple reportedly readying iPhone for Japan with tap-to-pay - CNET

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iPhone maker is developing a handset that will tap FeliCa, the mobile tap-to-pay standard in Japan.

iPhone 7 may launch on September 23

Apple’s next iPhone could be available to the public as soon as September 23rd, based on a new leak that reveals AT&T plans to do a big “Merchandising Reset” at all stores that day. The unveiling of the iPhone 7 is rumored to take place on September 7th with pre-orders to follow two days later, […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

iPhone 6 ‘touch disease’ a boon to fixit shops

Jessa Jones is among scores of independent gadget repair shops across the country receiving an increase in orders to fix the gray bar issue.        

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