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$89k in counterfeit Apple products seized from Maryland Mall

Police have seized $89k worth of counterfeit Apple products from two stores at Arundel Mills Mall in Maryland. Both stores were found to contain hundreds of fake products and components, with the stores acting as authorized Apple repair stores. The items were seized from the Cyberion store and SL Tech Pros kiosk. Seized products included iPhone…

Apple in-store iPhone trade-in program confirmed

Earlier this week rumors came about that Apple was set to launch its own in-store trade-in program for customers looking to save some cash on purchasing a new iPhone. The idea is that you take in your old iPhone, you get a valuation which then gets put on to a gift card. Once loaded, you use the gift card to pay towards your next, new phone. Today,…

Judge dismisses case against wiggly iPhone 4 power buttons

Are you the owner of an iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S? Have you ever noticed that the power button can be a bit “wiggly”? While this may not seem like a big deal to most users (heck, my iPhone 5 power button wiggles and I didn’t even notice until just now!) two iPhone owners in California filed a lawsuit against Apple claiming that the alleged faulty sleep/wake…

Quick Look: Flickr’s new filters and editing tools [VID]

Earlier today, Yahoo! update its popular Flickr app for iPhone. As well as adding a handful of nice looking filters, it now has a massive range of photo editing tools that you’d normally found on fully-fledged programs. Perhaps its biggest success isn’t any of the individual additions to the app, it’s the way they’ve all been integrated in to a nice,…

Mailbox gets Chrome integration, cloud search in new update

Mailbox has been updated with some nice new features which include Chrome link opening, cloud search, and a few others. The update brings Mailbox, one of the most popular email clients for iOS, up to version 1.5.0. As I said, this update has brought the ability to open links in Chrome as well as Safari, which is a feature a lot of apps seem to have been…

Flickr updates with live filters, customizable ones, and more

Flickr got a fairly big update today, introducing a range of new options mainly focused on filters. New in the update are live filters, and customizable filters. You don’t have to just use the ones that are built in, but can actually adjust them ones applied. However, it is a little late to this party, as filters are built into the Camera app on iOS 7, even…

“TV Shows” section missing from Apple TV, inaccessible on iTunes

For some odd reason, the “TV Shows” section has gone missing from the Apple TV. As you can see above, the picture was taken from my own personal Apple TV, and the TV Shows section should appear between “Movies” and “Music,” but as you can see it is nowhere to be found. I’m running the latest beta of Apple TV software that is available to developers (hence…

Cut the Rope for iPhone and iPad goes free for the first time

Zepto Lab’s popular puzzler, Cut the Rope has just gone free for the very first time. Both the iPhone version and its larger ‘HD’ iPad counterpart are available for a limited time to anyone wishing to download. For those who’ve never heard of it or played it, it’s a game whereby the aim is to get a piece of candy to your cute, green amphibious…

BBM for iOS and Android landing page published

We’ve known for a while now that BBM would be making its way to our beloved iOS some time this summer, and with the user guide making its way online in the past month, it’s also been acknowledged further by BlackBerry, and now has its own dedicated landing page. The purpose of the page unclear. Hitting the download buttons does absolutely nothing and you…