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iPhone 6s teardown results: Apple A9 is a dual-core chip, new 6-cluster GPU, more cache

The Apple iPhone 6s family is already available in the United States and the majority of Western markets, but while the phones are out there, some particularities including essential parts of their hardware remain a mystery.
We know that the new iPhone 6s series is powered by the brand new Apple A9 system chip, but that’s about all the detail Apple officially provides. The company has not declared how many cores are in the CPU, what clocks it runs on, what’s the GPU, and none of those technical details, instead focusing on the actual functionality …

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Microsoft shows how the Narrator feature helps make Microsoft Edge more accessible

Windows 10 has a number of new features and improvements compared to previous versions. A number of the improvements make using the OS, and its Microsoft Edge web browser, more accessible to a larger audience. Microsoft has offered more information on these accessibility improvements, including the Narrator voice feature when used with Edge.

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BlackBerry ad turns Priv leak into positive publicity; no more new BB10 handsets?

While John Chen earlier today confirmed that the Android driven BlackBerry Priv is coming, the company ran an ad in the Wall Street Journal that said that the leak of the phone’s real name was “the best demonstration as to why BlackBerry’s products, technology and brand are essential to the world.” The company said that it “found this breach of privacy extraordinary.”

Earlier today, BlackBerry CEO John Chen took over CNBC’s blog to announce that the Priv is a collaboration with Google, and includes BlackBerry security. The executive said the phone came about because consumers wanted the …

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Warning: Selfies kill more people than sharks do

According to a report by Condé Nast Traveler, you are more likely to be killed by taking a selfie than from an encounter with a Great White Shark. A Wikipedia page is devoted to those who paid the ultimate price for merely shooting a self-portrait, using the front-facing camera on their phone. That site lists 18 events over the last two-years that resulted in a fatality, and four incidents where shooting a selfie led to a serious injury.

Recently, we told you about two separate incidents involving the attempt to capture a selfie with a rattlesnake. In both situations, which were just weeks …

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Cyanogen now supports more mid-range Android models

Cyanogen says on the company’s blog that it has started supporting more mid-range Android handsets, such as the second-generation Motorola Moto E and third-generation Motorola Moto G. Both models will now support Cyanogen Mod 12. And for the first time since Cyanogen Mod 7, Huawei models such as the Huawei Honor 4, Huawei Honor 4X, Huawei Ascend Mate 2 and Huawei Snapto have Cyanogen support.

While more mid-range models will now allow you to enjoy the highly customizable ROM, Cyanogen says that it is still working on getting CM to work on flagships like the HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy S6 …

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AC editors’ apps of the week: Voxer, Huedini, Untappd and more

Our weekly app picks

It’s Appday Sunday and that means we’re back with more of our favorites to share. Every week we bring a handful of great apps to the table and share them with everyone. Sometimes they are new apps, sometimes old standards, but every time they are apps we love to use.

Give these a look and then take a minute to tell us all about the apps you are using and love so we can give them a try. We all find some of our favorites right in the comments on these posts!

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Xiaomi’s co-founders reveal more information about the Xiaomi Mi 4c

Executives from both Meizu and Xiaomi have been using their Weibo pages to push out information about their upcoming handsets. While the former has been promoting the Meizu Pro 5, Xiaomi has been revealing information about the Xiaomi Mi 4c. Today, Xiami co-founder and president Li Nan, and Chairman and co-founder Lei Jun, both added some more information about the phone.

First, there will be new packaging for the handset, switching from a plain non-descript box to a more colorful combination of orange and white. Additionally, the dual SIM/dual standby capabilities on the new model will …

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Apple Watch to launch in three more countries on September 25th

Amid speculation that the Apple Watch will be available from U.S. carriers Sprint and T-Mobile starting on September 25th, Apple has announced that its smartwatch will launch in three more markets starting on that same date. Ireland, Austria and Denmark are the three countries expected to soon launch Apple’s smartwatch.

In Austria, the 38mm Apple Watch Sport model will start at the equivalent of $451 USD, with the 42mm model priced at the equivalent of $508 USD. Including VAT tax, the price of the same two Apple Watch Sport models in Ireland is the equivalent of $485 USD and $542 USD, respectively. …

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Apple’s iPhone upgrade plan helps the company rake in more money per phone

During last week’s new products announcement, Apple introduced a new plan that would allow someone to pay $32 a month for the Apple iPhone 6s, and exchange it for the newest version of the phone every 12 months. The key to the plan is that the customers signing up for it are leasing the iPhone, as opposed to making a downright purchase of the handset. This means that the phone has to be returned in good condition. 

Apple’s plan is not the cheapest. Sprint has its iPhone Forever plan priced at $26 which also includes a 12-month update cycle. T-Mobile is allowing JUMP! on Demand …

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Tim Cook talks removing stock apps, Siri privacy and more

Apparently, Tim Cook likes to drop in on Apple Stores unannounced while traveling, and during one of those trips he gave an interview to talk about new Apple products like the iPad Pro, features like the always-listening Siri, and older user inconveniences in iOS.

One of those minor annoyances that iOS users have come to live with is the fact that preinstalled apps from Apple are unable to be removed from the homescreen. The best someone could do is create a “useless” folder to hide away the unwanted apps. But, that may change… eventually. At least, we can say that Tim Cook …

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