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Apple is making FaceTime and iMessage more secure with two-step verification

Apple is making FaceTime and iMessage more secure with two-step verification

By 12 February 2015

Two-step verification is available for iMessage and FaceTime, after coming to iCloud last year. FaceTime is Apple's video call feature available on iOS devices and Macs, where as iMessage is the company's messaging service also available across its devices... >>

Apple Car should have Tesla very worried indeed

Apple Car should have Tesla very worried indeed

By 12 February 2015

Apple may actually be working on its own car. While the idea of the gadget-focused company creating a car might seem a bit of a stretch, the rumours are starting to look more solid. Apple has already been poaching staff from Tesla and just the other... >>

Wearable waste: Study shows smartphones work as accurately

Wearable waste: Study shows smartphones work as accurately

By 11 February 2015

If you've ever wondered just how accurate wearables are, especially when compared to smartphones, your answer has arrived. A recent study has found wearables to be similar to the tracking of the smartphone you probably already own. Before we delve into... >>

Can an iPhone 6 really be worth £2.3 million? Goldgenie seems to think so

Can an iPhone 6 really be worth £2.3 million? Goldgenie seems to think so

By 10 February 2015

A new iPhone 6 is available from Goldgenie. It'll just cost you a couple million. Goldgenie is a company that puts a luxurious spin on customised items, including the iPhone 6. It has just unveiled the new Diamond Ecstasy Collection, for instance, which... >>

Apple’s iOS 9 update will likely bring bug fixes rather than a bunch of new features

Apple’s iOS 9 update will likely bring bug fixes rather than a bunch of new features

By 9 February 2015

Don't expect a tonne of new features in iOS 9. According to 9to5Mac, Apple plans to use iOS 9 - the company's next major iOS update expected to roll out around autumn - as a software fix for several issues currently affecting iOS 8. Engineers are reportedly... >>

MacBook Air refresh imminent: Intel Broadwell chips likely but not 12-inch Retina display

MacBook Air refresh imminent: Intel Broadwell chips likely but not 12-inch Retina display

By 9 February 2015

Apple is said to be refreshing its MacBook Air range on 24 February but previous rumours that it will be introducing a 12-inch model with a Retina display could prove to be unfounded. Instead, the new models will feature improved Intel Broadwell processors... >>

Corning to finally take on sapphire with Project Phire scratch-resistant glass

Corning to finally take on sapphire with Project Phire scratch-resistant glass

By 7 February 2015

Corning has said it is close to launching a sapphire competitor. For years, Corning has, er, cornered the smartphone market with its Gorilla Glass. Many tech giants, including Samsung and Apple, have used the company's glass for their mobile devices and... >>

Swatch taking on Apple Watch with wearable you don’t charge

Swatch taking on Apple Watch with wearable you don’t charge

By 6 February 2015

Swatch plans to launch a smartwatch in three months that'll directly rival Apple Watch. According to Bloomberg, which spoke with Nick Hayek, CEO of Swatch, the smartwatch is described as a colourful plastic timepiece that will work with Windows and Android... >>

Apple Photos for Mac explained: What is it, and how does it work?

Apple Photos for Mac explained: What is it, and how does it work?

By 5 February 2015

Apple has previewed its new Photos app for Mac. And it looks great - but also slightly confusing. The app is supposed to replace iPhoto, Aperture, and in a way, My Photo Stream. It's also built around iCloud and designed to automatically store your images... >>

SwiftKey KeyBoard gets biggest update yet for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

SwiftKey KeyBoard gets biggest update yet for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

By 5 February 2015

SwiftKey has announced a major update has begun rolling out for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users today. The major changes include the addition of emoji, SwiftKey Flow for iPad, keyboard click sounds and new language support. Emoji are now built into... >>