Apple Releases Activation Lock Check For iPhone 6


With the new release of this new tool, which Apple wants to now make the process of checking for Activation Lock much easier, and at the same time preventing or stopping people from buying a device that may have been locked, do to or because it was lost, stolen, or because the last individual forgot to remove the device from their account.

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Xsser mRAT Haunts Jailbroken iPhones



Created by hackers, this malicious software named Xsser mRAT can extract a large amount or range of personal information, which includes: your iOS address book, call logs, SMS messages, GSM identities, your exact location which is determined by the cell tower ID, your pictures on your device, as well as your passwords and other important data. The data is located in the iOS key-chains used by your Apple ID, mail accounts and many other services. Read more

Modern Combat 5 Arrives For iPhone 6

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Modern Combat 5: Blackout comes around in the news again, this time, it is for the all new two handsets, which are the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Bringing you into the action as the latest installment in the best FPS series, raises the bar for shooters once more. Now allowing you to create a squad, add your friends and test your individual and team skills against other squads, can now all be done on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

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iCloud Service Down And Back Up?

iCloud Down

Though it may have seemed like the iCloud had crashed in the recent past, but it seems that it is back up again due to some reports. If you’re having issues with some, or all, of your iCloud services in the past, hopefully it will work now, if not, you’re not alone. It appears that several of Apple’s iCloud services were down just a little earlier, which was for a number of users. You might even be able to find a list, or seen numerous complaints of it on many social-media sites, and Apple has updated its System Status page to reflect the outages, and it seems as if they have fixed the plaguing bug.

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This Foxconn Problem Could Hurt The iPhone 6


As Apple releases their newly two handsets across the whole world, a shortage of production sadly falls on Apple, as they try to meet them. Courtesy of DigiTimes, they had wrote “Strong demand for Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is pushing Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) to start large-scale hiring at its plants in Shenzhen and Zhengzhou, China, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.” Which means that, a lot of people are waiting for their new handsets to be manufactured. Read more

iPhone 6 GPS Gets Major Boost Thanks to Waze


Driving with the app Waze open, you might not know it, but you are already contributing a lot of real-time traffic info to your local community. You can also actively report any accidents, police traps and other hazards you see on the road, while getting road alerts on your route. And find the lowest gas prices around you shared by many different locals and the community. Waze makes it easy to keep up with family, friends and contacts on the go.

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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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This iOS 8 Bug is Deleting iCloud Drive Files

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This problem, or I should say ‘issue’ here, is when you have pressed the ‘Delete All Settings’ option, or have it selected, users are specifically told that “no data or media will be deleted.” But that does not seem to be the case with iOS 8. Courtesy to MacRumors which says, and they have confirmed the process, which is also deleting select files.

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