OWC Shares Mid-2014 Retina MacBook Pro Unboxing, SSD Tests [Mac Blog]

Following this morning’s release of Retina MacBook Pros with improved Haswell processors, OWC has procured both the entry-level 13-inch and and the entry-level 15-inch 2014 Retina MacBook Pro and provided a gallery of unboxing photos featuring the new devices. As expected, the packaging on the updated versions is the same as previous-generation Retina MacBook Pros.


Facebook moving users to dedicated Messenger app to chat

It was a few months ago that we reported Facebook would be killing in-app messaging. Facebook instead prefers users to chat with the dedicated Facebook Messenger app. Facebook is now notifying users that transition will happen over the next few days. Facebook hasn’t posted an announcement about the upcoming changes. Instead they sent a statement


Telltale confirms third season of ‘The Walking Dead’

Folks worried that the final episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two will be the end of the series can rest easy. Developer Telltale Games has confirmed this weekend that the story of the dead will live on in season 3. The studio made the announcement yesterday at Comic-Con, during a panel hosted by Skybound Entertainment.


How to better protect your iPhone and iPad against ‘backdoors’ and other security and privacy risks

Security and convenience are perpetually at war. There will always be errors, oversights, omissions, and compromises that put our privacy at risk. Old ones will get fixed but new ones will get discovered. So what can we do? Luckily, while some of the conveniences of iOS and OS X make our devices easier to use,


iMore show 412: Yosemite public beta, Q3 2014 earnings

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode Rene and Peter talk about the the OS X Yosemite public beta going live today, Apple’s Q3 2014 financial results, and allegations of iOS backdoors. Support the iMore show: Go to onemonth.com/theimoreshow for


The Best Email Apps for iPhone

The idea behind taking email with you on your mobile device is to stay productive and keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues easily — but your choice of email client can make your mobile correspondence a pain or a delight. These days, email is hardly ever just about reading and replying to a


Apple requests 80 million iPhone 6 units

Apple is going to outdo even itself when it launches the iPhone 6 later in the year as the company is planning the biggest launch in smartphone history. Of course, Cupertino always has the biggest launches, with not even Samsung able to boast the sales Apple can get, but for the iPhone 6 the numbers


Apple Preparing Between 70 and 80 Million 4.7 and 5.5-Inch iPhone 6 Units to Meet High Consumer Demand

Apple is asking its suppliers to manufacture a massive number of 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhones in anticipation of high consumer demand, reports The Wall Street Journal. The company is seeking between 70 and 80 million units combined of the 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 by December, its largest order to date and a major jump


4.7-Inch iPhone 6 Front Panel Subjected to More Rigorous Scratch Tests, May Not Be Sapphire

Last week, a video posted by YouTube user Marques Brownlee showed the alleged front panel of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 being put through a number of scratch tests and significant bending. Now, Brownlee has released another video putting the same display through more rigorous scratch tests, this time with two different types of sandpaper. Brownlee


Today’s iPad / iPad mini Retina wallpapers 19/07/2014

You can download today’s iPad/iPad mini Retina Wallpapers from our new iPad / iPad mini Retina gallery. Enjoy! Note: Did you know that we update our iPhone 3GS , iPhone 4S / iPhone4 , iPad/ iPad2 and New iPad / iPad mini Retina wallpaper galleries once / day? You can find the latest wallpapers in


Why unlock your phone?

Phones are locked to a certain network to tie you in with using that network for your mobile phone needs. It’s a simple tactic used by mobile phone networks to retain you as a customer which works in many cases. There are of course ways to go about 'unlocking' your device (unlocking the device so that a SIM card from any other network provider will work with no limitations) which include direct factory unlocking and network unlocking.

In a number of cases, a code will need to be generated by the network and given to the customer. This isn’t usually a free process (depending on your individual circumstances, needs and so on) and will incur a charge of anywhere between £5 and £20. I recently had a ZTE device unlocked by Virgin for £15. Once the unlock code has been delivered, it can then be used to unlock the device.

The benefits of unlocking a device are clear. The phone can then use a SIM card from another network which may work out more effective for the user than the previous phone contract or network costs. The device will also have a higher resale value if and when the owner wishes to sell the phone on.

Virtually all devices can be unlocked. There are a number of devices that can be unlocked online, with code generators or at local market stalls. It’s imperative that if you’re looking for a phone unlock, you do your research and look and whether there are any free unlock solutions available. A lot of more modern devices are becoming increasingly harder to unlock with the unlock key’s becoming harder to crack for free.

iPhones are one of the most popular mobile phones and it’s a given that they’re also one of the most popular devices to unlock. Unlocking iphone can be done online. Browse the Internet and find the perfect solution for you.