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    Wonder how Apple continues to push the boundaries when it comes to the iPhone camera with every generation? It turns out there is a team of over 800 engineers obsessively working to ensure that the camera on an iPhone is one of the best you can get on a phone. Graham Townsend, who heads the camera hardware division, revealed in an interview with Charlie Rose that a camera module on an iPhone consists of "over 200 separate individual parts," and that Apple extensively simulates various lighting conditions to test how the sensor functions. */ Source: CBS (60 Minutes) iphone 6sIphoneiPhone...

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    Happy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy. Read more comics from the Pixel Project on iMore.com. The pixel projectcomicExternal Batterysmart battery caseIphoneBattery LifeiPhone...

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    Update: An Apple spokesperson has sent Buzzfeed a statement denying the report that it is working on iPhone-to-Android data transfer tool: "There is no truth to this rumor," Apple spokesperson Trudy Muller said in a statement to BuzzFeed News. "We are entirely focused on switching users from Android to iPhone, and that is going great." Original story: If you're currently an owner of the iPhone but wish to make the switch to Android, there's little in regards to aid from Apple you'll receive to make the process easier when transferring data. This is reportedly about to change in part due to European operators who have pressured Apple to working on offering a tool that does just that. Apple, much like its competitors, offer tools and apps to help consumers switch to their own platforms, but this will be quite the venture for Apple, ensuring that those who wish to leave the company's ecosystem have the means to do so without issue. It's believed that operators fear Apple's contro...

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    Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: ♫ Head Like a Phone / Dark as Your Soul ♫ Read more comics from The Pixel Project. comicThe pixel projectIphonebluetooth headphonesLightningRumorsiPhone...

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    Microsoft is evidently not yet finished porting over key components like Cortana and Outlook to the iPhone. The software company is now setting its eyes on the famous Word Flow keyboard from Windows Phones too as the next port to Apple's dominate smartphone. In an email sent to a select few Windows Insiders the company is soliciting feedback on the feature and whether people will want to participate in the beta program. Insider Kyle Reddoch received the email about the program recently asking if he owns "an iPhone (5s or newer)? Do you think your native iOS keyboard could use improvement?" The email then boasts about Word Flow breaking a Guinness World record for fastest texting and how Microsoft is "working on extending the keyboard to other platforms, starting with iOS". That last part sounds as if Google's Android would be next in line. While this is great news for those on iOS (and likely Android), we are sure some Windows Phone users are none too pleased. Nonetheless, Mic...

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    Microsoft's recently announced beta test for the iPhone version of its Word Flow keyboard reportedly includes a new one-handed interface. That kind of UI is not included in the Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile version of the keyboard. According to Thurrott.com, the UI is designed to look like a fan, with all of the keys placed on the grid. The layout is made so that users can type on the keyboard just by using their thumb, according to the report. While the Windows 10 Mobile version of Word Flow has its own one-handed mode, it's in the same kind of layout as the regular version, but just made smaller and shifted to one side. The report does point out that the iPhone beta of Word Flow could ditch the fan-based UI when it is officially released. There's no indication that this one-handed interface will be offered to Windows 10 Mobile users in the future. Source: Thurrott.com MicrosoftWord FlowIosIphoneiPhoneiOS...

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    Apple is said to be working on long-range wireless charging technology, which could make its way into the iPhone and iPad as early as 2017, according to Bloomberg. While products like the Apple Watch support inductive charging through the magnetic dock, the manufacturer is said to be developing technologies that can charge a phone even when it's not in contact with the charging plate: Apple is exploring cutting-edge technologies that would allow iPhones and iPads to be powered from further away than the charging mats used with current smartphones, the people said, asking not to be identified as the details are private. The iPhone maker is looking to overcome technical barriers including loss of power over distance with a decision on implementing the technology still being assessed, they said. Efficiency of power transfer decreases as the distance between transmitter and receiver grows, which means batteries take longer to recharge. Rumors of Apple introducing wireless char...

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    If you want to trade in an old phone for a new iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, Apple is planning to introduce a new device trade-in program that will allow you to do just that. The program is called Trade Up With Installments, and is reportedly launching today. According to USA Today, the new Trade Up With Installments will be made available in addition to Apple's traditional iPhone Upgrade Program which lets users get credit for a new iPhone by trading in an older phone. The new Trade Up With Installments program will allow users to trade in an old iPhone, Android or Windows Phone device for a new iPhone model, but then use that credit to pay for the new phone under a 24-month installment program. For example, if you step up from an iPhone 4 to an iPhone 5S, you'll pay $14.58 a month for 24 months. If you move from an iPhone 6 to a 6S, the monthly tab is $14.54. To take the most extreme example, to move from the iPhone 4 to the largest-capacity (128 GB) iPhone 6S Plus, you'll ...

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  • 02/27/16--06:00: Selfie Schtick
  • Happy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy. Read more comics from the Pixel Project on iMore.com. The pixel projectcomicselfieIphonecatsiPhone...

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    Before he co-founded connected device company Nest, Tony Fadell worked at Apple and lead the teams behind its iPod and its first iPhone devices. Fadell looks back on those days in a newly published interview. Fadell told VentureBeat about his doubts when Apple CEO Steve Jobs asked him to help create a music player. Fadell stated: The market was littered with junk. I almost didn't take the job. We had the General Magic tale. We had the Philips tale. I turned to Steve and said, "We can build anything. Give it enough time and money. But how can you guarantee to me that you can sell and market it? Look at Sony. They own every audio category. How do we go up against that?" He said to me, "Look. You make it, and I guarantee I'll use every marketing dollar I've got. I'll starve the Mac to do it." I said, "Okay, you do what you want." He was really passionate about it. Of course, that music player turned out to be an iPod and changed both the music and tech industries. Later came t...

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    Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Keep the Back Door Shut Read more comics from The Pixel Project. comicThe pixel projectIphoneIosapple vs fbiSecurityFbiEncryptioniPhoneEditorial...

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    Where does the new, 4-inch iPhone fit into the Canadian market, where prices have skyrocketed? The last time Apple unveiled a new four-inch iPhone was September 2013. Back then the Canadian mobile market looked very different. Phones were generally smaller and, though the industry was just transitioning from three-year contracts to two, considerably less expensive. It was also a strange time at Apple itself; the company, selling a then-record 51 million iPhones in the quarter following the iPhone 5s' launch, tried pushing its boundaries with the release of the colorful, plastic iPhone 5c. In the months following the iPhone 5c's release, with Apple declining to breakout sales, it was left up to analysts and the media circus to consider the implications of Apple refactoring its blockbuster phone for a younger, more cost-conscious demographic. While the iPhone 5c stuck around until the debut of the iPhone 6s last September, its two-year existence had an unclear impact on Apple's produ...

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    Bell, Rogers, Telus, and more! — How to pick the perfect Canadian iPhone carrier for you! There are nearly a dozen carriers on tips of Canadians' tongues — Rogers, Bell, Telus and their flankers, Fido, Virgin Mobile, Koodo; regionals like SaskTel, MTS, Videotron, Eastlink; and national upstarts like Wind — but in many cases there are very few ways to differentiate them. The Canadian mobile market can be defined using two simple words: fast, and expensive. We have some of the consistently fastest networks outside of Asia, with providers adopting standards like LTE-Advanced and Voice Over LTE before those in the U.S. and Europe. But we also pay a premium for that privilege, resulting in some of the highest average revenue per user (ARPU) per carrier in the the world. As much as Canadians complain about their telecom providers, a growing number are spending an increasing amount of their devices. Basically, we're all addicts, and the telcos are our dealers. So if you're going to...

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    Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Why are iPhone 6s users "upgrading" to the iPhone SE? Read more comics from The Pixel Project. comicIphoneThe pixel projectheadphone jackiphone seiPhoneEditorial...

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    What exactly is a SIM card? You know, the little piece of plastic found in the metal pullout on the right side of your iPhone or cellular iPad? The short answer: it's a Subscriber Identity Module, a small circuit board in most modern phones to communicate with your carrier. Practically speaking, it is a middleman between two pieces of hardware: the phone's baseband chip, and your carrier's cell towers, allowing the two to communicate. SIM cards allow you to travel between phones with your phone number and data plans; when you upgrade to a new iPhone, the SIM card travels (as long as it is the same size). But while SIM cards themselves may be portable, they only work in certain phones. We'll explain why in a bit. A SIM card is internationally identified by its Integrated circuit card identifier (ICC-ID), which is engraved on the body of the card. It is also identified by the carrier with its International mobile subscriber identity (IMSI). Essentially, these two numbers tell the ...

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    iPhone nowhere to be found? Use the Apple Watch's built-in Find My iPhone button to uncover it in a jiffy. If your iPhone, like mine, frequently goes on safari into the couch cushions or under-bed lairs of your home, you don't have to rush to your computer and iCloud.com to uncover it. Instead, you can use your Apple Watch. Unlike Find My iPhone, your Apple Watch's search feature won't trigger iCloud emails saying your device has been sent a noise; it's a much simpler and less complicated Find function. Note: Your phone needs to be turned on and have Bluetooth enabled for this to work, and it will only ping the iPhone your Apple Watch is paired to; you won't be able to find other devices in this manner. How to find your iPhone with your Apple Watch Press the Digital Crown button to return to the watch face. Swipe up from the bottom of the watch face. Swipe right to the far left complication. It should show your iPhone at the top as "Connected" in green text. Tap the Find iPhone...

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    Professional skateboarder Sean Malto's documentary, called MALTO, was shot entirely on an iPhone. Ghost Digital Cinema released behind-the-scenes footage from the documentary (via MacStories), detailing how they used professional lenses and a gimbal attached to an iPhone and a $10 FiLMiC Pro app to capture the visuals. Check out the documentary above, and view the behind-the-scenes footage from the video below. It is remarkable how the video turned out considering it was shot entirely on an iPhone. Then again, this isn't the first time the iPhone has been used in such a setting. IphoneiPhone...

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    Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Do you regret your iPhone SE? Read more comics from The Pixel Project. comicThe pixel projectIphoneiphone seiPhone...

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    Earlier this week, we reported that the previously-revealed Word Flow keyboard for the iPhone was in private beta testing by Microsoft. Now the company has posted a sign-up page for iPhone owners to register their interest in trying out Word Flow. The sign-up page also shows a video that demos some of the Word Flow keyboard's features, such as its one-handed mode and its ability to customize its background with different themes. There's no word yet on when Word Flow will get its public release on the App Store. Sign up for Microsoft's Word Flow beta for the iPhone MicrosoftWord FlowIphoneApps...

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  • 04/19/16--06:00: Comic: Tesla Temptations
  • Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Tesla Temptations Read more comics from The Pixel Project. comicThe pixel projectapple carteslaIphoneiPhoneCarPlay...

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