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Apr 24 2014

Apple Working On New Environmental Sensors For Mobile Devices + MORE

Poll: If the rumors are true, will you buy the 4.7-inch or 5.5-inch iPhone 6?

- 9to5mac.com

With it seeming increasingly likely that Apple plans to launch two versions of the iPhone 6, one with a 4.7-inch screen, the other with a larger 5.5-inch display, which one will you buy?
Last time we ran a poll, we didn’t know what sizes were on the cards, so simply asked you to choose from a range of sizes. At that point, most of you opted for something in the 4.6-5 inch range, with only 7 percent wanting something larger than five inches.
Now that the likely sizes seem more certain, and you’ve had a chance to look at a whole bunch of concept images, we thought it would be interesting to see whether you’re still of the same view, or whether or are now tempted by the idea of a 5.5-inch screen … 
Use the poll to tell us your plans, and as always, let us know your reasons in the comments.

Apr 23 2014

Get Great Apps And Support A Cause With The Name Your Own Price Mac Bundle 5.0 [Deals] + MORE

9 Key Takeaways From Apple’s Surprising Earnings Call

- cultofmac.com

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Photo: Alex Washburn/Wired

Apple turned what could have been a deathly boring financial ritual into an occasion for celebration Wednesday, posting record numbers and making headlines with some unexpected moves.
Here’s our take on everything you need to know from the latest quarterly earnings call.

Apr 23 2014

Apple’s Greater China Revenue Grew Sequentially In Q2 As iPhone Growth Impresses + MORE

Apple Profiles Apps Used To Create Its ‘Powerful’ New Ad

- techcrunch.com

iphone from apple 1398288718 1923885567 Apple’s Greater China Revenue Grew Sequentially In Q2 As iPhone Growth Impresses + MOREApple has a new ad out that you may have seen, featuring a track by The Pixies and a whole lot of iPhone users employing mobile software to cover the song. The ad harkens back to earlier Apple ads where people used a variety of software from the App Store to have fun with their devices, and as such represents a pretty strong return to form.I’ll forgive them the obligatory dusk-on-the-desert-young-people-shooting-off-bottle-rockets shot that seems to make its way into most ads aimed at Millennials or younger these days, because the rest of the spot presents people doing stuff with their iPhones that I actually wouldn’t mind emulating. Apple anticipated that, of course, and created a micro-site to go along with the ad that offers a look at and links to each of six apps featured prominently in the video (which Apple officially refers to as a ‘film,’ by the by).
The apps in question are Star Walk, Instant Heart Rate, Word Lens, AmpliTube, Luminair, and Pacific Rim. They cover a wide range of features and functions, including one that you may have thought was exclusive to Samsung’s Galaxy S5 (Instant Heart Rate). Apple’s promotional pushes almost always seem to come with microsites these days, but that’s smart – giving ads an endpoint for further engagement makes a lot of sense when you’re generating buzz and want to do more than just fritter that away.

‘Keep Calm And Breathe On’ And Try Not To Cough Too Much

- cultofmac.com

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Apr 23 2014

Latest iPhone 6 concepts incorporate the more persistent rumored features + MORE

The iPhone 6c Could Be Just As Beautiful As The iPhone 6. Here’s Proof. [Gallery]

- cultofmac.com

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Apr 22 2014

Apple airs new “Powerful” TV ad, promoting content creation on the iPhone 5s + MORE

NYOP Mac software bundle: Few bucks gets RapidWeaver, Tuneup, Snapheal Pro, Crossover, PDF Converter and much more

- 9to5mac.com

SackSocial and 9to5Toys Specials are offering another Name Your Own Price Mac Bundle with 10 Mac apps regularly priced at $655. This bundle has some incredibly solid apps, and currently $1.10 will unlock all the apps. In addition, 10% of your purchase will go to a charity of your choice including Child’s Play, World Wildlife Foundation, or Creative Commons. Also, if you are on the leaderboard at any time, you are entered to win a MacBook Air. The price will go up as more people buy so it is best to get in early.
Some of the notable apps in the bundle are photo editing software Snapheal Pro (Reg. $40), simple website builder RapidWeaver 5 (Reg. $79), Windows software utility CrossOver 13 For Mac, iTunes organizer TuneUp and screen capture software Voila ($30). You can see a full list of the apps in the bundle below, as well as more Mac deals on 9to5Toys Specials and in our daily app deal round-ups.

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