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Apple developing system which will keep devices unlocked when in a safe zone

Apple developing system which will keep devices unlocked when in a safe zone

Apple has reportedly been working on a system for the iPhone and iPad which enables the device(s) to remain unlocked when in a “safe” wifi zone such as the owner’s home but will automatically lock itself when the person is a certain distance away from the area’s wifi range. The system is being created so… Read more

New sex toy allows users to "have sex" with iPad

New sex toy allows users to “have sex” with iPad

Popular sex toy retailers Fleshlight have created something new for owners of the iPad who are feeling sexually aroused or missing feeling so: the Launchpad – a sex toy and protective casing which connects to the iPad in order to allow users to have “point-of-view” sex with their iPad whilst watching pornographic material or chatting… Read more

Steve Jobs believed there was no market for the iPad Mini

Steve Jobs believed there was no market for the iPad Mini

It has been claimed that before his death in 2011, former CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, was said to believe that the iPad Mini would not sell as well as it has because he believed there was no market for a smaller tablet than the 10 inch iPad. Tim Cook, who proposed the idea of… Read more

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Forget Scalextric – Mario Kart is coming to your living room floor

An American company has created a racing game, similar to Scalextric, which has an AI track and cars which are controlled by an app downloaded onto the iPhone or iPad. The firm, called Anki Drive (as is the game), says that the game is played on a track about the size of a table that… Read more

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Russian hackers confess to iCloud phishing attack

Two Russian hackers confess to iCloud phishing attack. The two unnamed hackers from Moscow aged 23 and 16 have been arrested after admitting that they were the perpetrators of a cyber attack that took advantage of the “Find my iPhone/iPad” iCloud feature by collecting owners’ passwords in order to lock their device(s) and charge a… Read more

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iPad revealed to be the most popular tablet for watching porn on

When it comes to viewing explicit content online, most of us are likely to be guilty, but according to a recent report, Safari on the iPhone and iPad is the most popular browser used for viewing such material. According to a spokesperson for Pornhub, which has up to 38 million visitors daily, new data has… Read more

Apple rejects HappyPlayTime masturbation app

Apple rejects HappyPlayTime masturbation app

An app which is said to help and guide women to reaching climax through self pleasure has been rejected by the App Store on the possible grounds that it may be too profane. In a blog post about this rejection, the designer, Tina Gong, wrote: “I knew I was taking a chance with building the… Read more

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Apple’s original “Rainbow” sign goes on auction

Technology antique and historical item collectors may be interested to know that Apple’s original logo which once adorned the headquarters in Cupertino, California is due to be auctioned off by the owner – a “longstanding Apple employee” who currently remains unnamed. The colourful rainbow design was created by Rob Janoff and was used between the… Read more

American company creates iPad and iPhone's own memory stick

American company creates iPad and iPhone’s own memory stick

A company in California has created a memory stick that is specifically for the iPad and iPhone which will allow users to stream films and transfer other files and documents from one device to another without the need for an internet connection. The device, called the iStick, was created by American company HYPER who currently… Read more

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New (and possibly larger) iPad to include split-screen functionality

Recent claims have surfaced which report that the new iPad which is due to be unveiled at San Francisco’s Worldwide Developers Conference next month will include a split-screen option which will enable users to perform tasks on or use two apps rather than one. The new feature will allow users of the iPad to drag… Read more