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By: Dan Thorp-Lancaster

Apple has added a new section to its Apple Music site, bringing a set of "Guided Tour" videos to help explain how to use the service. The videos are very similar to the guided tours for the Apple Watch that appeared around the time of the device's...

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By: Joseph Keller

You may know that the iPhone 6s features a new, 12MP camera. But what does this tell us about how far iPhone photography has come? A new comparison pits Apple's latest against every iPhone, excluding the 5c, 6 Plus, and 6s Plus, to demonstrate...

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By: Serenity Caldwell

Keep your Home screen clutter-free by creating folders. Your iPhone and iPad Home screens can hold dozens and dozens of apps, but thanks to folders, that number leaps up to thousands. If your Home screen is getting a bit messy, consider folders to...

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By: Jeff L Carlson

You may be tempted to speed past the Lock and Home screens to get to the apps on your iPhone or iPad, but that's like ignoring the concierge desk at a quality hotel. By all means, feel free to make your own way around the city—or, let the friendly ...

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By: Joseph Keller

According to a new teardown, Apple once again used both Samsung and TSMC to manufacture the A9 system-on-a-chip for the iPhone 6s, just as they did with last year's A8 chip. Interestingly, though the A9 is built on a 14nm process, it appears that...

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By: Peter Cohen

If you've purchased iPhoto or Aperture from the Mac App Store, you might notice it's missing from your Purchased list. *Update: The missing previously purchased but no longer for sale apps have been restored, and you should once again be able to...

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By: Dan Thorp-Lancaster

Apple has scheduled its Q4 2015 earnings call for Tuesday, October 27. The call is set to take place 2 PM PT/5 PM ET, and audio from the call will be streamed on Apple's website. On its previous Q3 earnings call, Apple reported that it had sold...

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By: Rich Stevens

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: Use the Force Touch, Luke Read more comics from The Pixel Project.

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By: Rich Edmonds

To help alleviate concerns, Apple has updated the company's Privacy Policy on the official website with more details on how it handles your data. Apple wants you to believe it takes privacy concerns seriously, as do the other major tech companies....

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By: iMore.com

Measuring only 0.3mm in thickness, this durable tempered glass screen protector is designed to shield your iPhone 6's display while retaining optimal clarity and sensitivity. Grab one today for just $9.95!

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By: John Callaham

Zane Lowe, one of the DJs who curates the tunes on Apple Music's Beats 1 channel, seems to have some doubts about the future of the digital radio station. In a new interview, when asked if Apple Music needs Beats 1, Lowe said candidly, "I'm not sure ...

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By: Joseph Keller

While Apple had previously stealthily announced the release date for OS X El Capitan as September 30, both during it's iPhone event and on its website, it has now formally announced the date. OS X El Capitan, otherwise known as OS X 10.11, will be...

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By: Rene Ritchie

The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus introduce 3D Touch, Live Photos, 4K video, and more! The iPhone 4s brought us the Siri virtual assistant. The iPhone 5s brought us the Touch ID fingerprint identity scanner. Both, transformative. The same is true of ...

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By: John Callaham

Over 13 million iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus models were sold in its first three days worldwide, according to a newly issued press release from Apple. That number is a new sales record for the iPhone; in 2014, Apple announced it had sold over 10...

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Fortune
By: Philip Elmer-DeWitt

Excerpts from the notes we've seen so far.

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By: John Callaham

Apple has already sold over 13 million iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus models, and it will sell even more when the smartphones become avaible in over 40 more countries by October 16. Apple stated: iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will roll out...

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By: Joseph Keller

Those of you that need a little help managing your Mac's menu bar may be big fans of Bartender. Now, developer Surtees Studios has released Bartender 2, bringing several new features to the utility. Bartender 2 is now fully compatible with OS X El...

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By: John Callaham

Apple CEO Tim Cook held a meeting on Saturday with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During the meeting, Modi asked Cook if Apple could open a manufacturing plant in his country. Modi met with Cook as part of the prime minister's tour of the...

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By: Serenity Caldwell

Wi-Fi Assist is great for maintaining connections on shaky Wi-Fi. But it can also quickly eat up your data plan. One of iOS 9's new features, Wi-Fi Assist, lets you automatically pop over to cellular data if you end up on a Wi-Fi network with a...

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By: Joseph Keller

MindNode, the mind mapping and brainstorming app for iPhone and iPad, has hit version 4.1 with a number of updates for iOS 9. Among the new additions, MindNode now supports Split View and Slide Over multitasking on the iPad, along with Spotlight...

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By: John Callaham

A new report claims that police in Russia's Kirov region have started an investigation into Apple's recent updates for emoji in iOS. The story claims that some of those icons, which were included in iOS 8.3 several months ago, could violate Russian...

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By: John Callaham

It looks like screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has decided to call a truce between himself and Apple CEO Tim Cook. Sorkin, who wrote the script for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, has now apologized for his recent harsh statements, has now apologized for...

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By: Rene Ritchie

A small list of the big changes made to Apple's latest iPhones. I keep getting asked what's different about the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. At first I pointed people to our FAQ and then our NYC video review. But it seemed, inevitably, I'd start...

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Business Insider
By: Jonathan Marino

The Federal Reserve decided last week not to hike rates — but James Bullard, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, isn't buying the argument.  He has railed against the Federal Reserve's strategy,...

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Business Insider
By: Lisa Eadicicco

Apple's new iPhone 6S is the best smartphone the company has made yet. It's a bit faster. It has a pressure sensitive screen. The camera is noticeably better in some ways. The design is more durable.  It's an excellent phone all around. But if...

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Business Insider
By: Rob Price

redirectJoin the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Animated map reveals the 550,000 miles of cable hidden under the ocean that power the internet

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Business Insider
By: Lisa Eadicicco

Apple's new iPhone 6S officially launched on Friday. Although it doesn't look very different than the iPhone 6, there are a few tips, tricks, and shortcuts you can only access if you have Apple's newest iPhone. Here's a look at some of the new...

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By: iMore.com

Made from a durable polycarbonate, this hard case provides excellent drop protection thanks to the thick edging and impact resistant shell. The back features a patterned texture along with a convenient fold-out kickstand. Grab one in black or white...

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By: Serenity Caldwell

Want to learn how to use your new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus? You've come to the right place. Here's our complete (live-updating) list of how-tos for new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners. Set up iPhone 6s and 6s Plus First thing you have to do: Set up...

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By: Russell Holly

Books become movies all the time, but The Martian is something special. If you're a fan of science fiction movies, specifically the space variety, there's a good chance you've been paying attention to the trailers for The Martian. It has all the...

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By: Rene Ritchie

If your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus battery life isn't cutting it, here's how to troubleshoot! The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus has a slightly smaller battery than the previous generation—blame the Taptic Engine for horning in on its space—but...

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iMore
By: Serenity Caldwell

Are your Live Photos turning into videos? Update to iOS 9.0.1! We've heard from a few folks with an iPhone 6s who have mysteriously seen their Live Photos only show up as videos in their camera roll. If you're running into this problem, here's the...

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By: Serenity Caldwell

How do the new iPhone cameras shape up for video? We took them for a spin in train stations, on bike paths, and atop rickety bridges. The new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are already proving themselves fabulous phones in many aspects, but their camera...

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ReCode
By: Lauren Goode and Dan...

As far as photos go on the Samsung Galaxy 6S, the LG G4 and the iPhone 6s, there’s no clear winner.

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By: Derek Kessler

The week was quiet until it wasn't. Normally, when there's a scheduled Apple-related event, be it a press announcement or a product release, the rest of the tech world lays low, avoiding their exciting news from getting buried under the...

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By: Rene Ritchie

3D Touch lets you press firmly to get new functionality, but the old touch-and-hold functionality is still there! On the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus you can use 3D Touch to get quick actions right from the app icons on your Home screen. But what...

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By: iMore.com

Protect your iPhone 6 Plus against minor drops and scratches with the slim SnapOn Case that goes great with the bundled swivel holster! They both feature an easy-grip texture with a soft coating — perfect for preventing fumbles. Grab one in black...

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By: Rene Ritchie

The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus introduce 3D Touch, Live Photos, 4K video, and more! The iPhone 5s brought us the Touch ID fingerprint identity scanner. Both, transformative. The same is true of 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s...

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By: Rich Stevens

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.

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By: Serenity Caldwell

App Thinning and heavy worldwide iCloud usage can lead to restoration errors after setting up your new iPhone. Here's what you need to know. iCloud, iTunes, and App Thinning Once upon a time—before the era of iCloud and Wi-Fi Sync—you backed...

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By: Serenity Caldwell

Touch ID too fast for you to see Lock screen notifications? Here's how to get date sort in Notification Center. If you want your iPhone's notifications in Notification Center to mirror notifications on your Lock Screen, you can at last do so as of...

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By: Dan Thorp-Lancaster

Twitter has updated its app for iPhone and iPad today with support for 3D Touch on the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Users will now be able to use the pressure-sensitive screen to quickly access creating a new tweet, new message, and more. ...

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By: Peter Cohen

Not getting an iPhone 6s? You're not the only one. The iPhone 6s looks like a truly remarkable piece of hardware. And as always, iMore is your in-depth resource for all things iPhone 6s. But not everyone is upgrading to the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s...

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By: Rene Ritchie

Not seeing 3D Touch quick actions on an app icon? Launch the app and then give it another try! Quick actions are the name for the options that pop up when you 3D Touch an app icon on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. When there are no quick actions ...

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Business Insider
By: Dave Smith

I tried buying Apple's latest iPhone, the iPhone 6S, through the company's new iPhone Upgrade Program. It was terrible. But first, let me back up a bit. Before launch day For those who don't know, the iPhone Upgrade Program, introduced earlier...

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Cnet
By: Brian Tong

3D Touch is wowing new owners of the iPhone 6S. Is an Apple Car coming in 2019? And Aaron Sorkin puts the hammer down on Tim Cook.

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VentureBeat
By: Ken Yeung

It’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus day around the world and people are eager to get their hands on the newest smartphone edition from Apple. And while there are those who have resigned themselves to waiting in line in front of an Apple retail store or ...

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By: Serenity Caldwell

You asked, we answer. Some folks are still eagerly awaiting their iPhone 6s and 6s Plus deliveries, while others have yet to decide whether they want to pick up the phone. Regardless of your iPhone 6s-less state, one of the big questions we've...

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VentureBeat
By: Mark Sullivan

After having used the new iPhone 6s for a few hours, I have mixed feelings about some of the phone’s most important features. l You’ve probably seen the initial reviews of the new device, all of which reach the same basic conclusion:...

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iMore
By: Serenity Caldwell

Want to learn how to use your new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus? You've come to the right place. Here's our complete (live-updating) list of how-tos for new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners. Set up iPhone 6s and 6s Plus First thing you have to do: Set up...

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By: John Callaham

Aaron Sorkin, the screenwriter behind the upcoming Universal biopic on Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, has come out swinging to attack recent comments by current Apple CEO Tim Cook about the motives behind the filmakers. In a recent appearance on...

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TheVerge
By: Chris Welch

Apparently it's not very difficult to get under Aaron Sorkin's skin. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the Steve Jobs screenwriter came out swinging in response to Cook's assertion that the recent wave of movies based on Apple's co-founder are...

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Business Insider
By: Alex Heath

Aaron Sorkin has responded to Apple CEO Tim Cook's recent remarks that he hates "opportunistic" filmmakers making movies about the late Steve Jobs. "The West Wing" creator rebutted Cook's stance with a dig at Apple's supply chain in Asia, where ...

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By: Serenity Caldwell

The iPhone 6s and iOS 9 brings Wi-Fi calling to even more carriers in the United States. Apple has long supported FaceTime Audio for the iPhone, which lets you chat with other iCloud users via Wi-Fi and (if your carrier allowed it) cellular data....

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By: Serenity Caldwell

Older iPhone models can't take Live Photos, but they can still view them. Live Photos are great: Little Harry Potter-like 3-second videos embedded within 12MP still images. But you don't have to wait until your best friend gets their very own...

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By: Dan Thorp-Lancaster

Schlage, a company known for making lock products, has announced its latest offering in the Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt. Best of all, this smart lock is compatible with Apple's HomeKit, meaning it will work right alongside your current setup....

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By: John Callaham

With Google's YouTube offering more features for gameplay streaming content creators, the leading streaming company Twitch has some plans to fire back. As part of its first annual TwitchCon event, it revealed that it will start supporting video...

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TheVerge
By: Ross Miller

Twitch is going after YouTube's gaming business. The company today announced that it'll soon allow users to upload videos directly to the service. This is a first for Twitch, which has so far focused on live / archived broadcasts of gameplay, and it ...

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Engadget
By: Roberto Baldwin

At it's first-annual TwitchCon, the video-streaming service announced that broadcasters will be able to schedule saved streams and uploaded videos to play any time of day. Your favorite stream potentially just became a 24-hour source of...

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VentureBeat
By: Dean Takahashi

Twitch just strayed into direct competition with YouTube. Emmett Shear, chief executive of Amazon’s Twitch division, announced at the TwitchCon convention today that the company will add video uploads and playlists in 2016. Twitch has more...

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By: Joseph Keller

Spark, the email client from Readdle, has been updated just in time for the launch of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. The app takes advantage of the new 3D Touch feature on those phones, while also adding some general iOS 9 improvements. Check...

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Business Insider
By: Alex Heath

Apart from better cameras, the new iPhone 6S's marquee feature is what Apple calls 3D Touch, an upgrade to the phone's display that can detect the level of force from your finger as you tap. Apple says that 3D Touch is "the next generation of...

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TheVerge
By: Lauren Goode

So, you've got a new iPhone 6S. You've turned it on; maybe you've restored it from iCloud. You firmly press on the display to try this new, magical, 3D Touch feature (the first time, you probably do it wrong, and your apps wiggle just like they used ...

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Business Insider
By: Alex Heath

Original story here...Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Here’s everything you need to know about the new Apple TV

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Lifehacker
By: Thorin Klosowski

The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus come out today and now that you’ve figured out how you should buy one, it’s time to figure out how to use it. iMore has a great summation of all the new stuff you can with 3D Touch.Read more...

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By: Serenity Caldwell

Pink or no pink? You decide. There have been many claims made about the hues of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus's rose gold color. "IT'S PINK!" "IT'S COPPER!" "IT'S. ROSE. GOLD. DARN. IT." Let's put the arguing to rest: We went out around New York City...

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Mashable
By: David Yi

You now know that the iPhone 6S is worth the upgrade if it tickles you pink. More so, if you're into 3D touch and a faster processor, among other features But what if you're vain (like me) and all you care for is the camera? Apple says it's now...

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iMore
By: Rene Ritchie

Live Photos give you 3 seconds of motion and sound around your favorite moments, and that makes them perfect for wallpaper. A smile from your loved one. A giggle from your child. Your pet on a piano. A favorite action moment. Leaves and water in...

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ReCode
By: Dawn Chmielewski and...

Analysts estimate that Apple could sell as many as 12 million iPhone 6s and 6s Plus phones over its launch weekend, exceeding the record 10 million smartphones sold in the first three days last year.

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Business Insider
By: Lisa Eadicicco

If you spend a big chunk of your day typing on touchscreens, there's a chance you're going to make the occasional typo. When this happens, I typically struggle to place the cursor in the exact spot I need to edit. It's incredibly hard to be that...

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By: Joseph Keller

Every Friday, the iTunes Store adds new music to its lineup. This week, we have new albums from Drake and CHVRCHES, discounted 90s hits, and you can pre-order One Direction's new album. This week in new music starts off with What a Time To Be...

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By: Serenity Caldwell

4K video is beautiful, but it may not be practical for your device. The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus both offer the option to shoot 4K video—something no iPhone has done before. It's a huge boon for videographers, but for the average user, it may not be ...

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By: Joseph Keller

Records, an app that lets you create fully-customizable databases on your Mac, has been updated to version 1.0.5. This update adds support for OS X El Capitan, which releases to the public in under a week. There are also some other performance...