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WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI says it won't publicly disclose the method that allowed it to access a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers.
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Is the iPhone 7 going from Plus to Pro?
According to rumors sourced by Japanese blog Mac Otakara, and Taiwanese supplier Catcher, the next major iteration of the iPhone, could integrate a number of features introduced with the iPad Pro.
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iPhone 7 will resemble the iPhone 4, and feature wireless charging says KGI
KGI investors have received a new note from top analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has revealed information on the future of Apple iPhone devices in 2017.
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The law enforcement agency reveals an outside party has shown it a way that could unlock a terrorist's iPhone 5C without Apple's help.
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So true! Preach on son!
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Ana Popov

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Apple released iOS 9.3 Beta 6 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Also released a new apple watch os version. You can download it from http://www.unlockboot.com/
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AT&T USERS!! Anyone looking for a new phone off contract, let me know. I have a couple for sale.

128GB iPhone 6 - Space Grey - w/ 2 cases & Apple Care
32GB Nexus 5 - Black w/ case & Wireless Charger

Both of them are in perfect shape. Both have always been in a case. Let me know if you or someone you know would be interested in either!

#AT&T #iPhone6 #Nexus5
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$100 for the Nexus. It has the Black Google TPU case. The case is a little worn but it has been on it since I got the phone. I have one wireless charger I would throw in with it as well. There are zero blemishes on the phone, I don't even see any etching on the screen.

$400 for the iPhone. The Apple Care covers it until September 14th, 2016. I have the Black Leather Apple Case for it as well as a Red TPU case. Also, no blemishes on this one either.
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Can the iPhone 6 survive a 100 ft drop with JELL-O???
-This YouTuber (GizmoSlip) trys to see if an iPhone can survive something like that.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYg706ghoXw
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Next we're going to prove that we have more money than brains and throw it away by seeing if we can bake an iPhone into a cake and then that we don't have the brains of a dead cat has by seeing how many skips over the surface of a pool of lava we can make.

It's called destruction porn and BlendTek does it much better.
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+Charles-A Rovira I've always wondered about apple with the car setup. If there's so many updates you may just need to buy wifi for your car and what happens if you have an older device does apple not give updates like previous models.

Now the last two you mentioned runs on a complicated system called SCADA a very tough industry standard that apple is not a part of so I highly doubt that but the anticipation of their next move after the fall this year will be interesting. 
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Apple is cooking a new iPhone in its kitchen. And it's 4-inch in size.

A 4-inch iPhone is said to being developed in Apple's offices. It is going a be an advanced iPhone 5S, with features deriving from iPhone 6.

#iphone5se #iphone 
Apple is believed to be working on a new 4-inch iPhone, and now 9to5Mac claims to have details on what we should expect. The new phone is reported to be an improved version of the iPhone 5S: Apple...
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Guys, the easiest way to download ‪YouTube‬ videos to your #iPhone is here.
Test it out >> http://softorino.com/youtube-converter/download-youtube-videos-directly-iphone-without-itunes-super-fast
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Previously, the F.B.I. had been unwilling to say how much it paid to look into the iPhone of a gunman in the San Bernardino shootings.
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Is it any wonder that Apple is not interested in doing it. At $1.3 million per phone, it would bankrupt the company to comply to every request for user's encrypted data, in those cases where they can even retrieve the data.
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Greetings all.  8 year Android user (mostly Nexus devices) who yesterday decided to try an iPhone (6S plus).  I had been researching and comparing Apple to Android over the past few months and decided to just go ahead and make the switch.  While I still have my Android devices (just in case), I must say that over the past 24 hours I've really enjoyed this phone and I'm slowly getting used to it. 
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Thanks +Nick Polwin .  Android can be a PITA also.  I've had all Nexus devices so bloat wasn't really an issue, but I did root and flash custom roms on all of them.  I guess I just got tired of all the tweaking and tinkering.  I've said since day one that iPhone works, period.  And so far I have not been disappointed with the 6s plus (running 9.3.1).
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Just $0.01 for a kevlar-fiber reinforced PowerLine Lightning cable! Click here to learn more.
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is this the kind that can also double as a campfire starter?
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New alleged image of the iPhone 7.
 
Confirmation that Apple will removes those hideous antenna bands on the iPhone 7??
A new purported image of the iPhone 7 shows that Apple has redesigned those hideous antenna bands currently seen on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. The new design highlights that the antenna bands will sit closer to the bottom and top of the iPhone aluminium case, which makes it more aesthetically pleasing. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is widely rumoured to launch later this year while the 4-inch iPhone SE is expected to be unveil at Apple’s spec...
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I know it hasn't been the same in this community for sometime. Oh well there are always others. 
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Jeff Krug

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Just upgraded a week ago from a 5s to a 6s plus and I'm wondering why my new iPhone defaults back to the original tones when I have iTunes tones set for all of my notifications? It's kind of annoying
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Running out of storage on your iPhone or iPad? Here’s how to get as much as 128GB without breaking the bank
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Randy Fox

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Well, I need to vent. I had my first (and only to date) bad experience with Apple Support over the phone.  Backstory: today I just received a refurbished iPad Air (1st gen) from Apple. Looks perfect. Runs perfect. I thought I would get Apple Care on it while I was thinking about it. Also, I upgraded from the iPhone 6+ to the 6s+ last month but failed to get around to adding AC to it so I thought I would kill 2 birds with 1 stone.
The support guy says they need to run diagnostics on both items. I said no problem, go for it!  We started with the phone.  It immediately failed. He said both cameras were not working. I said "yes sir they function just fine. I took photos of my granddaughter not 24 hours ago". He said they show up as "failed".  (after this debacle, I tested them again and they work fine)
He told me I need to go to an Apple Store to have them look at it and if they can fix the issue, they could offer me the AC.  I told him that my nearest Apple Store was over FOUR HOURS away.  Apparently that didn't matter to him. That is what I needed to do.
Maybe so but I am still pissed off.  The cameras work FINE. BOTH of them.  Now I have to set aside an entire day to travel 4 hours each way, HOPEFULLY get the issue solved and drive 4 hours back.
Not a good day today...
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+Randy Fox That is awesome.  I'm in NY and with the amount of Apple stores here, its always nearly always a line mix of walk-ins and people who scheduled.
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While consumers love smartphones and tablets, there is one aspect of the mobile business that is sometimes overlooked -- accessories. There are countless companies producing things like cases, cables, keyboards, and more for our precious devices. Quite frankly, that is part of the fun -- customizing the experience.
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While many people type with on-screen keyboards every day, let's be honest -- a physical variant can be much better. Typing on a piece of glass fails to give the user true feedback, which can lead to typos. Even worse, auto-correction on those typos can create messages that are not only wrong, but potentially embarrassing. On a smartphone in particular, the smaller screen means a smaller keyboard -- that can be frustrating.
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Installing Apple's latest patch will help you keep attackers out of your phone and your life.
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+Dave Trautman Umm Wow maybe you didn't see what I saw ok I will take it in baby steps for you.

Don't (potentially) let your iPhone turn against you.

Under that it says (which also came from the website) "Installing Apple's latest patch will help you keep attackers out of your phone and your life."

Now what was so miss leading.  If you didn't understand it when you went in that's not my fault.  It is true that all devices that are online have some way of potentially getting hacked or cracked into.  Apple is awesome because for most flaws they catch they quickly post an update.

For my some of the people I know who check out Apple forum I know they don't always perform the latest updates because they said its a headache.  I was posting something quick for them to understand the importance of the device.  Apple is only as good as they keep up with the people out there who attempt to do damage to their OS's.  There has been issues here and there especially out in other countries but Apple has repaired those problems with quick effort.  So no it wasn't misleading.  If you don't upgrade you fall along the same lines as well.  

Other problem is for people who have the older iPhone or iPad that you can no longer update.  They two have a security risk.  iPad 1 you definitely can't receive anymore updates and I think you can still get something for iPhone 4 but once again article wasn't for those who upgrade are have it automatically done. 

Why don't you bust the balls of someone who post garbage like iPhone 7 coming out with a bullet proof screen or it can go in water or it has a projector.  No but for someone who performs a legitimate post that wasn't intended for you now you have a complaint wow.
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