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Apple finally announced when iOS 10 will be released to everyone

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During Apple’s iPhone 7 event on Wednesday, the company also announced the official release of iOS 10, the newest version of the company’s mobile operating system that we were given a preview of at WWDC months ago. 

Starting on September 13, all users will be able to get their hands on iOS 10 and all the goodies packed within it.

For those who may have forgotten just how good the update is, a quick reminder may be… Continue reading

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Everything Apple Announced Today

Apple just wrapped up its special media event in California, where it launched the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and some other new hardware. This was easily one of the biggest technology events of the year and there were plenty of huge announcements you’ll want to know about.

In typical form, Apple worked closely with big developers ahead of the event and even invited a few onto the stage. Niantec, Nike, and Nintendo executives spoke briefly at the event while revealing new apps they built for Apple products. Of course, those appearances paled in comparison to the… Continue reading

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During the keynote speech at Dreamforce Wednesday, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was put in a situation where he had to use Apple’s iPhone to do a demo — a sight that would’ve been unimaginable just a few years back.

"I’m going to first start on this iPhone, and it’s not my phone, but it is an iPhone," said Nadella, smiling, as he walked to the podium to show Microsoft’s email app Outlook on mobile.

"It’s a pretty unique iPhone. In fact, I’d like to call it the ‘iPhone Pro’ because it’s got all of the Microsoft software… Continue reading

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We knew it was coming, and now it’s here. Before the new wave of iPhones make their way to your hands, Cuperino’s app that’ll help you switch from Android is now available at Google Play. The "Move to iOS" app will transfer images, messages, contacts, calendars, mail accounts and more to one of Apple’s devices. That new iPhone or iPad will create a private WiFi connection with your Android device (4.0 and later) to handle the transfer, promising to put all of the gathered content "in the right places." We’ll be curious to see how well it actually works. Oh yeah, when you’re all finished, Apple even offers to recycle your old phone at any Apple Store.

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