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Three UK “on track to launch” 4G in Q4, no extra charge, compatible handsets automatically switch

It’s fair to say that EE has milked its 4G exclusivity as much as humanly possible since launching it 10 months ago. Offering contracts that are comparatively expensive when placed alongside T-Mobile or Orange plans. The message: You can have LTE, but it’ll cost you. In fact, Vodafone and O2 have both announced that their plans will be pretty similar…

Apple seeds iOS 7 Beta 6 to developers

Well, for registered Apple developers, go ahead and check your settings for a surprise from the Cupertino company! Apple has officially pushed out the sixth beta for iOS 7 to developers. This release once again does not follow the original schedule that the Cupertino company had been following, because it was not launched on a Monday. For the first…

New “Jobs” clip surfaces before tomorrow’s release

I’m sure many of you know this already, but the Jobs is coming out tomorrow in the US, and clips continue to arrive ahead of its release. I personally have my tickets bought and ready, and also have my black turtleneck, Levi 501s, and New Balance shoes (yes, the whole shebang). The movie stars Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak,…

Report: Apple bought Matcha for “recommendation algorithm”

Some news was making its way around the internet a few days ago about Apple supposedly buying a company by the name of Matcha, which made an application that would recommend TV shows, movies, and other content based on a user’s preference. The application disappeared back in May, with no word on why or when it would be back; if ever, that is. The news told…

Plants vs. Zombies 2: A First Look [Gallery]

Back when I first started writing for TiP over three years ago, one of the first games I ever downloaded to review was Plants vs. Zombies. I was only just getting started in the iOS scene, and had no idea how popular it was. But, I reviewed it, and as far as I can remember, loved it and gave it 5/5 stars. This year, the addictive tower defense genre…

Latest iPhone 5S part leak hints at fingerprint sensor [Photos]

We’ve seen plenty of iPhone 5S part leaks over the past few weeks and months. None showed anything worth writing home about except – perhaps – the dual-LED flash near the camera lens. Today, iMore brings us photos of some components, including the home button assembly, dock connector and various other internal components. Above is the iPhone’s home…

$200 iPhone trade-in at Best Buy this weekend

Best Buy has (again) announced a limited time trade-in offer for anyone trading up to an iPhone 5. If you have a working iPhone 4S or iPhone 4 you’ll get $200 or $100 Best Buy gift card (respectively) when you buy a new iPhone 5 on a two-year plan. Normally costing $199 up front on AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, you effectively wipe that out, pay nothing…

‘Jobs’ arriving on Netflix Spring 2014

With ‘Jobs’ less than 24 hours away from U.S. movie theaters, Open Road Films CEO Tom Ortenberg has announced that the film will be available on Netflix from the Spring of 2014. In an interview with Bloomberg, Ortenberg announced that Netflix had already completed a deal to carry the film at the start of next year. So, if you loved it the first time round…

Apple patent for iTunes content gifting published

In the second of two notable patents published today, a patent has surfaced showing how iTunes users may soon be able to gift content from the online store, or a personal library, not only over the internet, but also without a connection via NFC. The patent is titled “Media Gifting Devices and Methods”, and was published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark…

Apple patent for Flexible Headphone connector published

An Apple patent published today has shown the implementation of a flexible headphone connector. The patent, titled “Flexible TRS Connector” shows how Apple headphones of the future may feature a flexible connector to prevent plug breakage and accidental damage. Some of you may have found that Apple’s rigid headphone connector design can prove a little…