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iOS devices refer to any of Apple’s hardware that runs the iOS mobile operating system which include iPhones, iPads, and iPods. Historically, Apple releases a new iOS version once a year, the current version is iOS 10. Here is the complete list of iOS 10 compatible devices.

iOS Devices Stories June 27, 2016

The new Apple TV Remote app, which Apple TV owners have been expecting since Eddy Cue acknowledged its development, is now available for testing. Available directly as an IPA installable via iTunes, the Apple TV Remote app can be accessed by registered Apple developers.

The Remote app has been designed to, as Apple states in its release notes, bring the “best of the Siri Remote” to iOS devices. Not only will the Remote app allow users to easily navigate the Apple TV interface, it can also be used as a controller to control basic games.

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iOS Devices Stories June 21, 2016

Apple releases iOS 9.3.3 beta 3 + tvOS 9.2.2 beta 3 to developers & public beta testers

While Apple has mostly moved on to iOS 10 beta testing at this point, the minor iOS 9.3.3 update is still in beta and received its third developer release today. iOS 9.3.3 beta 3 for developers brings the build to 13Y823. Changes so far haven’t been noticeable as the update is likely focused on security enhancements and bug fix improvements.

iPhone 7 rumors have been notably tame this year, and that’s because the next-generation iPhone is widely expected to be a further revision to the iPhone 6 series and not a radically different design. The Wall Street Journal is the latest to report on Apple’s expected plans for the iPhone 7, describing a situation where the iPhone 7 closely resembles the iPhone 6s minus the headphone jack. WSJ reports that this will result in a thinner design that’s more water-resistant than current models.

But the report also believes the 2017 iPhone will be dramatically different, featuring an OLED display like the Apple Watch and embedding the Touch ID sensor in the display while losing the Home button…

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9to5Toys Last Call: Retina MacBook Pro $1,000, Anker Lightning cable $6, iPhone 5s w/ service $160, more

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Last Call Updates:

The new Sphero iPhone-connected SPRK+ has upgraded specs and is still adorable

  • WD’s My Passport Wireless Pro might be the best storage device for your iPhone, Mac and DSLR
  • Ex-Apple engineers made this $499 rearview backup camera that uses iPhone as a display
  • Add some bump to your home theater system: Harman Kardon 5.1-Ch. Speaker Bundle $185 
  • Get power protection for the home with the APC 8-Outlet Surge Suppressor $10 (Reg. $21)
  • This Canon imageCLASS wireless laser printer comes w/ an extra toner cartridge for $100
  • This mini Black+Decker hand vac doubles as an upright to help with all that pet hair: $79 
  • Green Deals: Tegu 22-piece Environmentally-Friendly Block Set $34 (Reg. $50+), more
  • Grab a new pair of ASICS running shoes at up to 50% off: GEL-Excite 3 $30 shipped
  • Contigo makes one of the best stainless steel travel mugs on the market, now under $13 

Grab Apple’s latest 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro on sale from $1,000 shipped w/ .edu ($300 savings)

Anker launches sale on Amazon for a bunch of its iPhone accessories: Lightning cables $6, cases from $5, more

Get an iPhone 5s 16GB (refurb) w/ a month of FreedomPop’s Unlimited for $160

Best Buy will give you an Apple Watch for $49 w/purchase of iPhone 6s/+ plan on AT&T/Verizon/Sprint ($250 off)

App Store Free App of the Week: TextGrabber + Translator goes free for the very first time (Reg. $5+)

Yoga Studio: one of the best iOS yoga apps out there just went free for the first time in a year (Reg. $4)

All the iOS Grand Theft Auto titles just went on sale up to 60% off: Liberty City Stories $3 (Reg. $7), more

Rovio’s Bad Piggies for iPhone/iPad goes free for the first time in years (Reg. $1)

How-to: Put a USB Charging port just about anywhere, without AC power for as little as $50 (Solar+Battery) 

Giotto’s $10 Rocket Air Blaster is the best way to keep your Mac clean for the money

Review: At just $24, this Leather Loop Band for Apple Watch looks great and won’t break the bank [Gallery]

MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:

HDTVs w/ Roku built-in offer great value, here’s a solid deal on a 48-inch model for $250 shipped

MORE DEALS STILL ALIVE:

Protect your iPhone 6/s/Plus or 5/s/SE w/ a Ringke case for as little as $3 shipped

It’s time to get some free money w/ up to 20% off gift cards from Staples, Jiffy Lube and Petco

This flash drive adds another 32GB to your iPhone or iPad thanks to Lightning + USB 3.0 connectivity: $36 (Reg. $50)

Ditch that ugly plastic flash drive for an all-metal USB 3.0 Samsung from $7 Prime shipped (up to 60% off)

NEW PRODUCTS & MORE:

The Voltaire Coffee Grinder will tell you when your beans have gone bad

These new Donkey Kong, Zelda and 8-bit Mario Bros amiibo stands are some of the best

E3 2016:

Microsoft’s E3 keynote brings new Xbox One S console w/ 4K, Forza Horizon 3, teases next-gen, more

Sony crushes E3 2016 with non-stop games: God of War, Last Guardian, Spider-Man, new Kojima game, Resident Evil 7, more

All the biggest iOS/Android announcements from E3 2016: Elder Scrolls, more

Ubisoft’s E3 2016 keynote showcases Ghost Recon Wildlands, South Park, For Honor, Watch Dogs 2, more

EA gives a glimpse into upcoming releases at E3 2016: Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, Madden, more [Videos]

Bethesda’s E3 2016 highlights include new Dishonored 2, Prey, Quake, Skyrim special edition, more

iOS Devices Stories June 20, 2016

Three years ago, Apple was found guilty of anticompetitive behavior centered around ebook pricing and price-fixing. The case was in limbo for years as Apple appealed and tried to fight the ruling, but earlier this year the Supreme Court declined to hear the company’s appeal, putting Apple on the hook for $450 million. Law firm Hagens Berman today issued a press release revealing that payouts will begin being sent to affected customers tomorrow, June 21st.

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These products from August, Canary, Withings, Kuna, D-Link, Ring & others will be next to gain support for Apple’s HomeKit in the coming months. expand full story

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