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What wireless charging would mean to the iPhone

Apple has a long history of hanging back and embracing standards with a big splash. One example was USB, the now-ubiquitous connector that got off to a slow start before Apple began supporting it in the iMac. Another was Wi-Fi, a prevalent standard that once competed for consumer adoption with ...

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IFROGZ Impulse Wireless headphones are worth every penny

Bluetooth headphones aren’t a new accessory category created by Apple’s decision to remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7. What was created, however, was a market for inexpensive wireless headphones that don’t cost hundreds of dollars. Even Apple’s own offerings, both through its Beats brand and under the Apple ...

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Cook offers clues to Apple's AR strategy

High-end cameras, such as those found on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, would be crucial to bringing AR to the iPhone. A recent interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook has offered up some interesting tidbits on how Apple will approach the subject of AR (Augmented Reality). Must read: ...

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Does your iPhone have a battery drain problem?

Smartphones, in particular the iPhone, seem to attract more battery life complaints than any other device out there. Maybe it’s because we use the thing so much and don’t realize it, or maybe it’s that we rely on it so heavily for so many aspects of our lives. Must read: ...

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What to do if your iPhone has a battery drain issue

So you’ve carried out the tests and come to the conclusion that your iPhone suffers from a battery drain issue. What do you do next? Must read: Does your iPhone have a battery drain problem? Before you venture any further I want to point out a few things. The process ...

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A personal story: Did the Apple Watch save my life?

Image from http://www.ccpixs.com. Creative Commons. Last November, my Android phone died as I descended on a JetBlue flight into San Francisco. I took that trip as part of the CXOTALK series of conversations with technology executives and had six interviews lined up at a conference. As I left the airport, ...

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