Touch ID to arrive on all iPhones and iPads?
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Touch ID to arrive on all iPhones and iPads?

The Touch ID fingerprint sensor included on the iPhone 5s was a bold and innovative move on Apple’s part, one that other companies such as Samsung have been quick to follow. However, while Touch ID is a dazzling piece of tech, the software is still not at a mature stage, and applications for its use are, by design, not readily available. That will not stop Apple continuing to use Touch ID on future devices as the company has certainly...

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Google Play Music for iPad launching soon

Google Play Music is currently an iPhone-only app but new photos and videos released yesterday show that will change soon. A test build of Google Play Music for iPad has appeared in multiple videos posted to YouTube, and sreenshots showing that the iPhone version of the app already has that view show that Google is close to releasing an update for the general public soon. The iPad version of Play Music doesn't appear to differ from...

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iPad Mini with Retina teardown shows bigger battery but same battery life

Whenever a new product s released to the market, iFixit is quick to unscrew, de-glue, and unhinge every part of it to reveal more about the device. The teardown of the new iPad Mini with retina display confirms suspicions about the device’s battery and a few other things. As you can see it the teardown below, the second generation iPad Mini has a bigger battery 6,471 mAh battery (24wh). That’s a bump from the 16.3Wh found in the...

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iPad Mini with Retina display now on sale

Apple iPad Mini buyers are waking to surprising news that Apple has begun selling the iPad Mini with Retina display. Previous reports suggested that the second-generation iPad Mini would not go on sale until November 20, yet Apple is taking orders now and promising to deliver them by that date. Here are the pricing options for the Wi-Fi and cellular models: Space Gray or Silver Wi-Fi $399 (16GB) $499 (32GB) $599 (64GB) $699 (128GB)...

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AT&T iPad Air activations up 200 percent compared to last year

Apple hasn’t published any information about how many iPads were sold over the weekend, but one thing is clear: AT&T certainly had a fruitful launch period. AT&T released information today that it has sold 200 percent more iPads over the launch weekend compared to last year’s launch weekend. To put that in simpler terms, the carrier activated three times as many iPad Airs as they did with the iPad with Retina Display that...

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