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Mirror mirror on the wall, what’s the best iPhone cover of them all?

Mirror mirror on the wall, what’s the best iPhone cover of them all?

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The Apple iPhone 6 might have been around for almost a year, but that hasn't stopped new cases arriving for it - with a couple of the latest coming from Ted Baker. Ted Baker is better known for its clothing - mens and womens - but it also makes some pretty... >>

Apple Music preview: A closer look at Apple's new Music app

Apple Music preview: A closer look at Apple's new Music app

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The future - it seems - is not software algorithms but people. Having successfully changed the way we bought and listened to music with the iPod, Apple is hoping to bring back those who have wandered off to services like Spotify and Deezer with a new... >>

Apple MacBook (12-inch) review: Is port-free the future?
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Apple MacBook (12-inch) review: Is port-free the future?

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With its 12-inch super glossy Retina display and ultra portability, the new Apple MacBook promises users the chance to live the future of computing not tomorrow, but today. But by stripping out all the standard ports, has the company refined this particular... >>

Apple Watch review: Fashion over function?
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Apple Watch review: Fashion over function?

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Before even going on sale the Apple Watch, which some affectionately call the iWatch, has already polarised opinion around the globe. You probably either believe it's a product moving technology in a positive direction or one simply not worth the time... >>

Apple Watch Edition gold hands-on: What to expect from Apple's £8,000 smartwatch

Apple Watch Edition gold hands-on: What to expect from Apple's £8,000 smartwatch

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Apple Watch is almost here. After months of speculation following the Cupertino announcement in September last year, we now have almost all the details of the new smartwatch from Apple: how it will work, how much it will cost, what the battery is going... >>

MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (early 2015) review: May the Force be with you
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MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (early 2015) review: May the Force be with you

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The 2015 update to Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro includes the latest Force Touch trackpad, new Intel Broadwell processors, faster storage, and the promise of an even better battery life. While the MacBook Pro range is available in a 15-inch variant, the... >>

New Apple MacBook (12-inch): Stunning, super thin and oh so bling (hands-on)

New Apple MacBook (12-inch): Stunning, super thin and oh so bling (hands-on)

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Apple has announced a new MacBook Laptop that is even thinner and smaller than the MacBook Air, but more powerful than the iPad. The new 12-inch MacBook ditches all the traditional ports in order to slim down to a super-thin 13.1mm in thickness. To get... >>

Nvidia Shield is the Apple TV beater we’ve been waiting for (hands-on)

Nvidia Shield is the Apple TV beater we’ve been waiting for (hands-on)

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Nvidia has announced its entrance into the set-top box market with Shield, a new game console and media player based on Android. Shield features the Tegra X1 chipset announced at CES 2015 in January, which is Nvidia’s most powerful mobile processor... >>

Olloclip 4-in-1 lens for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus review: Making your iPhone camera better

Olloclip 4-in-1 lens for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus review: Making your iPhone camera better

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We all know the how good the iPhone cameras are, but Olloclip thinks it can make them even better. It has just launched the 4-in-1 lens for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (£69.99). The new lens set, a follow on from the previous iPhone 5 and iPhone... >>

Apple Mac mini (Late 2014) review: Updated, if not upgraded
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Apple Mac mini (Late 2014) review: Updated, if not upgraded

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The Mac mini is perhaps the least celebrated of the Apple Mac family. The iMac cuts its desktop swathe with luscious design and, recently, that 5K resolution panel has made it the all-in-one to beat. On the portable front, the MacBook Air remains one... >>