iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus Are Eating Into iPad Usage

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Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are the first of the companies handsets to come with much larger displays, the iPhone 6 has a 4.7 inch display and the 6 Plus has a 5.5 inch display.

According to a recent report, people are using these new iPhone handsets instead of the iPad, the news comes from the guys over at Pocket who have analyzed over over 2 million articles and videos on their platform.

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Twitter To Track Which Apps Are Installed On Your Smartphone

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Twitter will soon be making a change to the way it deals with data on your Android or Apple iOS smartphone, the company will soon be able to scan your smartphone to see what applications you have installed.

Twitter has said that this is being done to better serve promoted content to you, and also bring tweets from other to your timeline and recommend people to follow.

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iPhone 6S Or iPhone 7 May Come With A Sapphire Display (Rumor)

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Apple will launch their first device with a sapphire glass display next year, the Apple Watch, and now according to a recent report, the iPhone 6S or the iPhone 7 may end up with a sapphire glass display.

Apple had formed a partnership with GT Advanced who recently filed for bankruptcy, but now it would appear that Apple has not abandoned its plans for iPhone sapphire glass displays.

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Civilization Beyond Earth For Mac Launches Today (video)

Civilization Beyond Earth for Mac

Mac users patiently waiting for the launch of the new Civilization Beyond Earth for Mac will be pleased to know that it has today launched and is available to download and purchase online.

Civilization Beyond Earth for Mac is now available to download from the Apple Mac App Store as well as the Steam games network priced at $49.99 or £29.99. However the preorder deal is also still alive until Cyber Monday via Digital River offering the game for just $41 or £25.99.

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iOS 8 Adoption Now At 60 Percent

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Apple has released its latest iOS 8 adoption, and the latest version of Apple’s mobile OS is now on 60 percent of devices, this is up from 56 percent two weeks ago.

According to the latest figures released on the 24th of November, iOS 8 is now on 60 percent of all Apple devices, and iOS 7 is now on 35 percent of devices, older versions of iOS are on just 5 percent of devices.

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Apple May Discontinue The iPhone 5C in 2015

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Apple launched the iPhone 5C last year along with the iPhone 5S, the handset was launched as a cheaper alternative to the 5S, and now it looks like Apple may discontinue the handset in 2015.

According to a recent report, Apple’s suppliers, Foxconn and Wistron are looking to wind down production of the iPhone 5C in 2015, and the device will apparently be discontinued.

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Samung May Supply Apple Watch Parts

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We recently heard that Samsung will be supplying Apple with a number of parts for various devices, including the iPad and also Apple’s iPhone 6, and now it looks like Samsung may also supply Apple with parts for the new Apple Watch.

According to a recent report, Samsung may supply the application processors for the new Apple Watch, the company will launch their first smartwatch in early 2015.

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Samsung May Have To Pay Apple Ongoing Royalties

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Samsung were found to infringe on a number of Apple patents in past court cases, which saw Apple awarded $1.05 billion, allow this was later reduced to $929 million.

Now it would appear that Samsung may have to pay Apple ongoing royalties for devices that they continue to sell that still infringe on these patents, of which there are three.

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Apple Looks To Get Into The VR Game

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A number of companies are working on Virtual Reality (VR) devices, Oculus is the most prominent one at the moment after it was acquired by Facebook, and Samsung also have their Gear VR headset, and now it would appear that Apple is looking to get into the VR game.

Apple has recently advertised a job for a software engineer for Virtual Reality, and the job listing says that they will be creating applications that ‘integrate with Virtual Reality systems for prototyping and user testing.  ‘.

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Apple May Replace Google With Yahoo Or Bing In 2015

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Both Microsoft and Yahoo are apparently in talks with Apple to replace Google as the default search engine in Apple’s Safari, the news comes after Mozilla recently replaced Google with Yahoo as the default search.

Google was chosen as the default search engine for Safari on Apple’s iOS back in 2007 when the first iPhone was launch, and in 2010, Apple an Google signed a deal which is due to expire in 2015.

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