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Best tablets 2015: The best tablets available to buy today

Best tablets 2015: The best tablets available to buy today

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So you're looking for a new tablet? If you're looking for the best tablet of 2015, then you've come to the right place. We will guide you through the hottest 7-inch and larger slabs available today, in order to help you reach a decision on which tablet... >>

iOS 8.4 tips and tricks: See what your iPhone and iPad can do now

iOS 8.4 tips and tricks: See what your iPhone and iPad can do now

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Apple has released iOS 8.4, it's biggest update yet to iOS 8 that was first launched alongside the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus in September 2014. The new OS from Apple brings a host of new features (like Apple Music), tips and tricks. We've worked our way... >>

Will the iPhone 6S start at 32GB instead of 16GB?

Will the iPhone 6S start at 32GB instead of 16GB?

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Most people have a love-hate relationship with 16GB iPhones. They're the cheapest, base-model iPhones, but on the other hand, they're annoying to use on a regular basis. Between all the selfies you snap and apps you download and other media you like to... >>

Three Peaks Challenge: How well did Apple, Asus, Fitbit, Misfit and Withings track our activity?

Three Peaks Challenge: How well did Apple, Asus, Fitbit, Misfit and Withings track our activity?

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The Pocket-lint team recently completed the Three Peaks Challenge within a 24 hour period, climbing the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales over the weekend of 11-12 July. It was a tough challenge, with the weather very much against us... >>

Apple Pay on the Underground: 9 top tips for using your iPhone or Apple Watch for Tube travel

Apple Pay on the Underground: 9 top tips for using your iPhone or Apple Watch for Tube travel

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Apple Pay recently launched in the UK and you might already have noticed that the average queue at your local Pret or pub now features iPhone and Apple Watch owners thrusting their devices at store staff and payment machines. What you might not realise,... >>

What is an e-SIM and how will it change smartphones for the better?

What is an e-SIM and how will it change smartphones for the better?

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It is reported that both Apple and Samsung are in talks with major network providers to adopt electronic SIM cards for future smartphones. The move would see the manufacturers join others in the mobile business in utilising e-SIMs in their devices, which... >>

HBO Now arrives for Android and Amazon devices, no longer an Apple exclusive

HBO Now arrives for Android and Amazon devices, no longer an Apple exclusive

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You can now watch HBO Now on more devices than your iPhone and Apple TV. HBO Now is HBO's latest streaming service. It's aimed at cord-cutters because it doesn't require a cable subscription and provides access to HBO's entire catalogue of films, television... >>

New iPod touch with A8 processing leads Apple refresh charge

New iPod touch with A8 processing leads Apple refresh charge

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As leaked with the last iTunes release, Apple has refreshed its iPod line with a new range of colours for the family of devices: iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle. And as well as a few new colour schemes to choose from, the Cupertino company has... >>

Apple Pay: How to add your bank cards to it

Apple Pay: How to add your bank cards to it

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Apple Pay has gone live in the UK, giving millions of Brits the chance to pay for stuff in places like Boots and Pret a Manger with their iPhone or Apple Watch.  Apple Pay, which first launched in the US last year, is a contactless payment technology... >>

Apple Pay: Here's how it works and where you can use it

Apple Pay: Here's how it works and where you can use it

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Apple has launched Apple Pay in the UK, meaning you can start using specific Apple devices as digital wallets of sorts in order to pay for goods at stores with contactless payment readers and within apps. The idea is that you'll never need to tote around... >>