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    Apple and Deloitte, one of the world's largest professional services companies specializing in consulting, are teaming up to make it easier for companies, both large and small, to outfit their employees with iOS-based devices. Specifically, Deloitte will deploy 5,000 "strategic advisors" aimed at "helping businesses change the way they work across their entire enterprise, from customer-facing functions such as retail, field services and recruiting, to R&D, inventory management and back-office systems." Like previous deals with IBM and Cisco, the partnership aims to bolster Apple's visibility in the enterprise space and to make it easier for companies with once-Windows and still-BlackBerry strategies (or a combination of the two) to work more efficiently. The partnership emerged from a successful in-house deployment of over 100,000 iOS devices within Deloitte, according to CEO Punit Renjen. In addition to the personnel, Apple and Deloitte are co-developing a new consulting off...

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    Thinking about purchasing a used iPhone? Make sure you do some research first! Buying a brand new iPhone is not cheap. Even though the iPhone 7 release has pushed down the price of some great older models such as the iPhone 6, you still may be looking for cheaper options. Buying a used iPhone can be a little tricky. Sure, it will probably save you some money, but there are some common pitfalls that you can avoid. Don't stress; iMore is here to help you out with these handy tips. Consider your retail options Make sure the iPhone will work with your carrier Check to see if the iPhone's Activation Lock is disabled Check the iPhone for damage Protect your purchase Consider your retail options Believe it or not, you have quite a few options for purchasing a used iPhone. It's probably tempting to jump on eBay β€” or even Craigslist β€” and buy the cheapest one you can find, but before you do that, consider going through a reputable second-hand dealer. Purchasing through a reputable ...

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    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. */ /*-->*/ /*-->*/ Read more comics from The Pixel Project. comicThe pixel projectIphoneGooglegoogle pixelBluecopycatpixel phoneRumorsiPhone...

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  • 10/18/16--06:00: Comic: Great Notes of Fire
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  • 11/29/16--06:00: Comic: Too Soon?
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    Apple wants a few concessions from the Indian government. Apple is increasingly looking to the Indian market for driving growth in the coming years, including setting up its retail stores and manufacturing the phones locally in the country. Apple products are highly sought-after in India, and it will be a major win for the government if it could get iPhones to be locally manufactured under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Make in India" initiative. To that effect, Tim Cook met with Modi when he visited India earlier this year. While he didn't commit to making phones locally, Apple has asked the Indian government for certain concessions, including financial incentives to get local production started. One thing in Apple's favor is that Foxconn β€” its primary manufacturer β€” is investing heavily in India. The government is providing capital subsidies as well as tax-free imports of certain components used to build phones as a way to incentivize brands to set up factories in the cou...

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    On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs put sneaker to stage and introduced the world to a revolutionary phone, a breakthrough internet communicator, and a widescreen iPod with touch controls. It was iPhone, and oh wow but did we get it. Ten years ago our smartphones had tiny, low-res screens with resistive touch that almost required a tiny plastic stylus, physical keyboards that never changed nor went away, even when you no longer needed them, and no ability to render the modern web. Everyone, Apple thought, hated their phones. And so they made a new one. They made iPhone. Apple had worked for over two years on the Purple Experience Project: A capacitive touch interface that made direct manipulation a reality, and on inertial scrolling and rubber banding, pinch-to-zoom and other interactions that made it a delight. With Safari, they'd brought the real web to mobile, and they reduced their then top-selling iPod down to an app. (The phone too.) In one demo, Steve Jobs showed iPhone flow...

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    AT&T is moving its 2G to 5G, but we're still on 4G, and 3G is crying in a corner. AT&T has shut down its 2G, and with it has ended the original iPhone's ability to connect to any cellular network in the U.S. Though the shutdown was no surprise β€” AT&T announced the impending closure in 2013, and has worked with customers, mainly in the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) space to transition their equipment over to cheaper and more energy-efficient LTE β€” it does mark the end of a remarkable 10-year ride for the iPhone, which celebrated its ten-year announcement last week. Back then, AT&T's data network was still marketed under the Cingular name, and was a launch partner of Apple's when the iPhone debuted in June of 2007. Indeed, that exclusivity lasted until January 2011, when the Verizon iPhone 4 debuted to much acclaim and support for CDMA networks. The original iPhone carried traffic at less than 100 times today's LTE networks. Like, whoa. AT&T's 2G network c...

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    Apple will start making iPhones in Bengaluru from June. Apple's plans to locally manufacture iPhones in India are progressing well, with a local IT minister welcoming the company's "proposal to commence initial manufacturing operations." Apple is slated to kick off its iPhone assembly in India in Bengaluru, lining up with an earlier report that said that the company will tie up with manufacturing partner Wistron, which has a factory in the city's industrial hub. The factory makes India the third destination for iPhone production in the world, signaling a huge win for the government's "Make in India" program. In a statement, the IT minister of the state of Karnataka, Priyank Kharge, said: Apple's intentions to manufacture in Bengaluru will foster cutting edge technology eco system and supply chain development in the state, which are critical for India to compete globally. The move comes as Apple is looking to vastly increase its presence in the country. It has been talking t...

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  • 02/07/17--06:01: Comic: Who Dares, Whines
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    How do I lock my iPhone's camera if I'm filming video? One of the coolest features of the iPhone 7 Plus is it's dual cameras that give you 10x digital zoom – or 6x digital zoom if you're shooting video – and 2x optical zoom as you're snapping your photos, but filming with this dual camera can be a lil' bit tricky, and not necessarily in the way you think. If you haven't noticed it before, there's almost a flicker that appears on screen as you're capturing your video. This is because the lens switching produces a slight movement, which could ultimately mess up a video depending on what you're trying to shoot. While not everyone is super bothered by this, there is a really easy way to stop your iPhone's cameras from automatically switching while recording video. Here's how you can lock your iPhone's camera lens! How to lock your iPhone's camera lens when filming video Tap on Settings from your home screen Tap Photos & Camera. You may have to scroll a wee bit to find it....

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    Which dash cams will work with my iPhone? While there are dozens of different types of dash cams available out there, there aren't a whole heck of a lot that work well – or at all! – with an iPhone (#bummer). It's true that there are a couple of alternatives to picking one up, but keep in mind, you might not be getting that classic dash cam quality and reliability without an actual dash cam. Stop getting into accidents or being taken for a ride (pun sort of intended) and check out these dash cams that'll work with your iPhone! Transcend DrivePro 200 Car Video Recorder Cowon AW1 Car Box DVR Road Dash Video Recorder THINKWARE Full HD Dash Cam Transcend DrivePro 200 Car Video Recorder Record seamless, sharp, full HD video, playback footage almost instantly, and installed easily and without any additional migraines, the Transcend DrivePro 200 Car Video Recorder is bound to be your car dash's new BFF. We tested out the app on an iPhone. It's easy to use and set-up. The ...

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    How do I save my iCloud photos and videos so I can delete them from my iPhone? I'll give you the full disclaimer: There is no way to simple delete photos from iCloud on your iPhone without deleting them everywhere. Because your iCloud account is connected to your iPhone's photos, simply selecting and deleting the ones you don't want on your iPhone would subsequently mean having those photos disappear in your iCloud account. Now before you click out of this article going "THANKS, CELLA, THAT WAS SUPER HELPFUL ", know that there are a number of ways you can save your photos from your iCloud account without giving yourself a migraine. Here are a couple of tactics you can use to save your iCloud photos so you can finally delete them off your iPhone! How to download a photo or video from your iCloud Photo library How to quickly send your photos to your Mac (so you can delete them off your iPhone) How to send your photos to another storage drive How to download a photo or video from ...

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    What are the best RAW camera apps available for my iPhone? While a lot of people are super content to simply load up their Camera app and snap a couple of pictures, having a RAW camera app that allows you to have more creative control over your photography can really be a game-changer in the long-run. When you shoot with RAW, you don't run the risk of compressing or limiting the quality of your photo like you do with the regular camera app. Plus, if you're shooting RAW, you're able to easily edit and fix issues in a photo that you wouldn't normally be able to if your image was all, well, not RAW! Here are a couple of really fantastic apps that allow users to shoot RAW photos straight from their iPhone without any extra steps or complicated settings: just tap on your RAW camera app and start shooting! Manual VSCO MuseCam ProCam 4 – Manual Camera + RAW Manual Manual for iOS enables you to capture RAW… [and] fine-tune your shooting settings in myriad ways that you just...

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    How can I shoot some really awesome, social media realness with my fisheye lens? When people think of a fisheye lens, they probably conjure up thoughts of extreme sport videos, or maybe some hyper-colored, uber loud club footage, or maybe even just GoPro videos where the camera falls from an airplane and lands in a pig pen, or that insane catwalk where models are literally jumping off cliffs. Regardless of what a fisheye lens means to you, the look and effect of one in your photos and videos can add an incredibly different & fun element to your social media posts! Whether you're grabbing grub with a friend, snapping some "candid" modeling shots on the street, doing some bike-riding, flying high in the sky on your vacation, or just chilling with the family, there's room for a fisheye lens to take your iPhoneography & social media content to the next level. Here's how you can shoot a lil' social media gold (and step out of your mobile photography comfort zone!) with a fis...

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    How can you turn your iPhone's white faceplate black? Check these out! Whether you're someone who just picked up the new Product(RED) iPhone, or are just looking to switch up the look of your rose gold, silver, or gold iPhone, accessorizing and changing your white faceplate to a black one is a lot easier than you may think. Here are a couple of different options and paths you can take if you want to turn your white faceplate black! SlickWraps Color Series Skins Akwox Black full-cover screen protector LUXURIA High Gloss JET BLACK skin SPARIN Full Coverage tempered glass screen protector SlickWraps Color Series Skins Bye-bye white faceplate, hello black SlickWraps Color Series Skin! This highly-rated wrap works by securing onto your iPhone's faceplate, transforming that boring ol' white into a sleek and stylish black. Because this is a wrap, you're going to need to use heat and a steady hand to apply the new faceplate, but if you mess up, don't worry! – SlickWraps has what ...

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    What are the best flash drives available for backing up my iPhone? Whether you're looking to save some space on your iPhone by transferring photos, videos, and documents, want to add some new music to your device, or plan to move a large movie or file from point A to point B, having a flash drive that works with your iPhone is a great little accessory to have in your back pocket. There are dozens of iPhone flash drive options to choose from online, and we've highlighted our favorite drives that give you the most bang for your buck. Here are the best flash drives for backing up your iPhone! Add On iPhone Lightning Flash Drive Adapter Omars iPhone flash drive HooToo iPhone iPad flash drive SanDisk iXpand mobile flash drive iDiskk MFI certified flash drive SanDisk flash drive for iPhone and iPad Add On iPhone Lightning Flash Drive Adapter If you're looking for an iPhone flash drive that can easily and quickly store and manage all your photos, videos, and data with the ability ...

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  • 04/04/17--06:00: Comic: Good Enough is Good!
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