iPhone 6 HealthKit Update Will Make Your Life Easier

Jawbone Up App

This app lets you use and share Up’s food, fitness and sleep tracking data with iOS 8’s Health app. Jawbone has opened up their platform to many third-party development teams, which means that more than a hundred health, and fitness applications, and accessories for the iPhone and iPad, are now integrated with Up. With or without HealthKit, including Strava Running & Cycling, Wello, IFTTT, RunKeeper and MyFitnessPal.


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iOS 8 Allows For New Battery Check

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iOS 8, the new addition to Apple’s operating system,  now allows you to see how much your battery is being used by different types of none or ongoing apps, by simply going to the settings application. And from there you will have the ability to track battery usage, per each app you have installed on your device.
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Apple No Longer Allows iOS 7.1.2 Downgrade

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If you were planning on downgrading your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to iOS 7.1.2 and sadly you haven’t had time to do so, you are officially out of luck. iOS jailbreak developer iH8sn0w confirmed on Friday that Apple has stopped signing iOS 7.1.2, meaning that iOS 7.1.2 has officially been stopped, well, in terms of you cannot downgrade from iOS 8 to the previous iOS 7.1.2; the window for moving backwards from iOS 8 to iOS 7.1.2 has completely shut.
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iPhone 6 China Deal: Here’s What You Need To Know

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Apple’s iPhone 6 is in its near final stages for China, which is on regulatory reviews, this means that before it’s approved for sale in China, the iPhone has to go through a little bit more; courtesy to a report published on Tuesday by Tencent [via Reuters]. China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology was quoted, and had said, “it’s just a matter of time.” Meaning it might be coming soon. 
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Apple And GT Working On ‘Super Sapphire’ Screens?

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There is much more to this rumor then you may think. As it turns out, the material is not yet ready for mass production yet, due to multiple reasons, but DisplayMate’s Raymond Soneira has listed one of them and it’s not  costs and manufacturing complexity, but rather sapphire has almost double the screen reflection of glass. And according to a new report, which is from Wall Street Forensics, summing up what the site basically had said in the recent past, the pair are hoping to reduce the material’s “fundamental flaw of cracking,” as well as “improving its reflective properties,” the same as what Raymond Soneira of DisplayMate had said.


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Apple Allegedly Buying Magazine Platform Prss?

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Could this be true? That Apple is allegedly trying to buy out the magazine platform company Prss? The company is well known for making simple magazine tool apps for the iPhone, android, and tablets. Well, if so, the company Apple has already bought out BookLamp, Swell, Catch.Com, and of course Beats. If this is so, their little army collection will have another name to their belt.
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