Tag Archives: iPhone

Force Touch code discovered in iOS 9

After several rumors have suggested that Force Touch will be making its way to iPhone 6s, developer Hamza Sood has discovered some affirming indications in some iOS 9 pseudo code. Some force touch code in iOS. Looks like they’ve tested kb trackpad gestures on the 6s, activated via force touch pic.twitter.com/FWk2N1qgLg — Hamza Sood (@hamzasood)…

Verizon to activate non-Verizon iPhones on their network

Verizon has recently begun letting customers bring in non-Verizon phones such as the iPhone or Google’s Nexus 6 on their network, according to 9to5Mac. Verizon notes that your device must be unlocked to be used on their network. Customers looking to bring in their unlocked Nexus 6 or iPhone should visit this site to check if their device is…

Intelligent Energy puts a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Battery in an iPhone

Intelligent Energy, a British power technology company has managed to put a hydrogen fuel cell battery by way of modifying the iPhone’s built-in battery. With this sort of technology, Intelligent Energy has managed to get a weeks worth of battery life on an iPhone 6, according to the Telegraph. The new patented fuel system creates electricity based on…

Samsung debuts new Test Drive program targeted at iPhone users

Today Samsung launched a new Ultimate Test Drive program, a program that targets iPhone users to switch from their iPhones to Samsung devices, according to Engadget. The new program comes right after Samsung’s latest announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5. For just one dollar, you can try one of our latest Samsung phones for 30…

Apple Watch users choose it over iPhone when using Apple Pay

Apple Pay on the iPhone is an easy and convenient way to pay for things. However, it still brings up the notion that you have to pull something out of your pocket. On the other hand, Apple Pay on the Apple Watch makes much more sense. The wearable is strapped on your wrist and it’s always ready to go when you need…

Apple releases iOS 8.4.1 to the public

Today Apple releases iOS 8.4.1 to the public. The software update comes about six weeks since the initial iOS 8.4 update was released, alongside Apple Music. The build number for today’s release is 12H321 and can be downloaded via iTunes on your computer, or via an over-the-air update on your iOS device. Through testing iOS 8.4.1, there wasn’t…

Rite Aid reverses decision, will be accepting Apple Pay on August 15

Almost a year ago now both Rite Aid and CVS made their courageous decision to disable Apple Pay in its stores due to their contracts with MCX, a competing mobile payment service. Today, Rite Aid announced they will be accepting Apple Pay, Google Wallet and any other NFC based mobile payment system, in 4,600 stores beginning on August 15. “Increasingly,…

American Express now support Apple Pay on all corporate cards

American Express has always supported Apple Pay ever since they announced it almost a year ago and today they’ve announced that they will now be supporting Apple Pay on all of its US based corporate cards. Previously, American Express had only supported consumer cards and OPEN small business cards. American Express was among the first debit and credit…