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Looks like Apple is gunning for the "price conscious" consumer with the iPhone 6c later this year.
 
Evidence that Apple is working on an iPhone 6c came courtesy of a leaked battery pack, which sports a 1715mAh load capacity and was produced March 2015.
According to the latest from the French technology blog – NowhereElse.fr, Apple is indeed preparing to release an iPhone 6c, contrary to recent rumors that Apple would not release one this year. Evidence that Apple is working on an iPhone 6c came courtesy of a leaked battery pack, which sports a 1715mAh load capacity and was produced March 2015. The iPhone 5c has a 1507mAh battery while the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are powered by a 1,810mAh and...
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Perhaps it would sell overseas, but I don't see USA going back to small phones.
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Does Anyone know how to solve the airdrop problem on IMAC v10.10.4
cannot link with Iphone 6+ .
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Yes both device are "ON" none show up on airdrop radar even set share to "everyone". have try bluetooth network still have the same result message"Not connected try turn on the device".anyway thanks dave  for your input.
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Some of the world's biggest tech companies are picking sides in Apple vs. Samsung.
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Embedded SIMs would allow consumers to switch carriers without having to get a new card, and make it possible to create even thinner devices.
The SIM card as we know it may be about to disappear. According to the Financial Times, Apple and Samsung are in discussions with mobile carriers to help develop and implement a new SIM card...
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Apple is taking 92% of profits in the entire smartphone industry.

On a related point: I think it's wrong that only one company makes the game Monopoly.

http://read.bi/1gy41IB
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Yeah, it's only a monopoly when they control consumer choice.  Consumers clearly have lots of choice, at least in hardware, but Apple is cornering sales of phones with actual markups.  
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After updating to iOS 8.4 on my iPhone 5 I can´t hear any sounds on the receiver speaker, speaker phone works fine. The caller can hear me.
 
The phone makes it's normal noises when in use, the voice memo app records and plays back fine, podcast/music app plays fine, when mic headphones are plugged in I can hear a call.

Found one other person on apple community with same issue (no responses yet to OP).
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Happy Birthday

The 8th birthday of Steve's masterpiece which made a fruit to an Apple. Regarding revenues Apple Inc. could also be called The iPhone company.

http://iNotes4You.com/2014/08/17/about-the-iphone

Thanks Steve.
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Health Data Backup MUST be Encrypted

Bought a new iPhone. Backed up my old one on my computer.  Did not have the '_Encrypt iPhone backup_' box checked.  Months of health data all lost.  This isn't catastrophic for me, and kudos to apple for the extra security, but if you back up to itunes, and want to keep your health data, make sure that box is checked.
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+Alexander Kaymak I believe if you backup to the cloud it encrypts it for you, not sure though.

+Thomas Unterstenhoefer I'm aware this was my fault. I just wanted to help make others aware in case they proceeded as I did and loose their data. 
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Can anyone answer this: Does the update to Apple Maps show how many lanes there are & which lane you need in to exit like Google Maps does? 
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Whenever I have used Apple's Map app for turn-by-turn navigation it has indicated lanes and exits in advance.

As to accuracy in maps one wonders how we every managed to find anything with paper maps when they would be out of date by the time they were published. Construction, traffic, stores closed, man that's a lot more than just mapping. It's light years from just finding an address and route to a location.

All map databases will suffer some data corruption. It's only natural. Google Maps has failed to update one nearby location for years now, even after the people there have repeatedly submitted corrections to Google's service. Need I also mention the recent vandalism of G-Maps by malicious contributors?

Apple now includes (finally) some transit info. Yay. But not something to write to mom about.
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Find out the most accurate #tech #news headlines.
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Although not a patch the simple instructions fix a fault whereby a certain text breaks the iOS Messages app
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Could this be the front panels of the iPhone 6s?
 
New alleged images of the iPhone 6s's front  panels leaked!
According to a new report from NowhereElse.fr (via MacRurmors) sources from the China has sent images of the purported iPhone 6s front panels on the production line. The report highlighted that they were not able to identify any noticeable difference between the iPhone 6’s and iPhone 6s’s front panels.  Apple is expected to bring Force Touch technology and possibly sapphire crystal display to the next generation iPhones.  
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Ever wonder how Apple selects the images they use for advertising campaigns?
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Apple looking to address "bending" issue in next generation iPhone.
 
More alleged images of the iPhone 6s Plus surface.
New purported images of the”iPhone 6s Plus published by MacRumors (via Nowhereelse.fr) indicates that the next generation iPhone Plus will sport a similar design language to that of the current generation iPhone 6 Plus. However, the 6s Plus is expected to feature a “stronger” rear housing to prevent a repeat of the “bendgate”  controversy that plagued the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6.  
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You're always welcome +Storm Williams.
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iOS users: do not fall for this scam!
Reports keep coming in as users in the US and Europe fall victim of a scam involving Safari pop-ups resembling system warning messages.
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Apple took home nearly 92 percent of all smartphone profits last quarter, according to estimates from Canaccord Genuity.
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Sounds like a doomed company.
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The iPhone 6s leaks are here. Not long now. 
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5 fresh claims to keep things interesting across summer
 
I already thought Apple had big plans, now they seem even more interesting.
Apple's making huge investments in unique technologies for the next iPhone
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This Text Message Can Crash Any iPhone Instantly.

Remember folks: with great power comes great responsibility.

http://bit.ly/1LLxOrp
Here’s a text message that can crash or reboot an iPhone instantly. More details on it and workarounds on how to avoid it can be found here.
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+Randy Hudson
Yea it came out yesterday. They said at WWDC that it was coming on the 30th
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Cool concept iPhone:
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It'd only be cool at night though.
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Next generation iPhone expected to be thinner and lighter.
 
"Production of the new 4.7-inch and new 5.5-inch iPhones will begin in June 2015 and an estimated 24 million units will be initially shipped in the third quarter..."
According to a new report from Digitimes, Apple will use smaller LED backlighting chips measuring 0.4t (dimensions of 3.0 x 0.85 x 0.4mm) in the next generation iPhone (iPhone 6s). Comparative...
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The assumption of reduced battery life is irrelevant as well as illogical. The design was made thinner from the 5 body to the 6 body however the battery life was improved so you are making an assumption that is contrary to prior fact.

A real iPhone fan would be pissed that they are making the phone even thinner when the thinness has been gradually increasing a known issue.

Sorry but I deal in reality, the one that exists in facts. I don't delude myself with a make believe world based on whimsy.
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