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Sometimes when we’re recording a video with the iPhone we want to photograph objects which we record them. Well, surely you are thinking to stop the recording and then switch to camera mode. In iOS 6 is you can record as well as photographing the same object. Try to look at the video mode in iPhone camera button there, now its function is to capture images...

For an expensive device like iPhone, you want to make sure that nothing can lay its hand on it and leave some nasty footprint on its premium surface. A well-designed case might do just fine but if you want to get one that is more on the exclusive side, Twelvesouth has a new offering to you. Dubbed as SurfacePad, it’s claimed to be an ultra-slim luxury iPhone cover...

The last time when Apple introduced iOS 6, we were able to command Siri to look for movies schedules. Now with the iOS 6.1 update that was released just recently, we’re allowed to even book a ticket using Apple’s smart assistant. You have to download a third party app called Fandago first, though, as the payment will be completed using the credit card info you save on your Fandago account. Actually, using Fandago alone is enough. If you haven’t known it, it’s the app that allows you to search various movie titles from different...

The long awaited iOS 6.1 has released, bringing in some handy improvements that should make the overall experience a lot better. Along with better LTE support, Apple also introduced new Siri’s functionality in this new iOS 6.1. Now users can buy movie tickets online simply by telling Siri to do it. Anyway, ever since the release of iOS 5, Apple has allowed us to update our firmware using the OTA update feature. What this means is that you can update the OS right from your iPhone instead of tethering it to your Mac and accessing iTunes...

Well, what if you have multiple devices that can not share the same charger cable? It is usually your home or office littered with different kinds of charger will make the room look cluttered. If it happens to you, you should get acquainted with the POP aka Portable Power. POP is a portable rechargeable battery with retractable cord reels for use recharges several...

Did you know that the iPhone could be share network  internet? So wherever you are, no need to search for Wi-Fi again. Staying use features Personal Hostpot that other gadgets such as laptops, Blackberry, and others can use the internet connection on the same network. Divide the internet connection like this can be made ​​possible with the existing tethering feature on smartphones. Yes, tethering is a feature available on most new smartphones that connect one device to another device. If in the context of smartphones, tethering means...

CES 2013 isn’t all about games and power house devices. If you explore it a little deeper, you might run into some new gadgets aiming to improve your health. One of the interesting ones might be Spree Biometric Headband. Designed almost similar to any sports headband, it’s capable of measuring your vital signs when working out. The market’s actually quite saturated...

Obviously, no single person lives with up to 5 iOS devices and thus doesn’t need this PowerDock 5. However, if you’re married already and run quite a big family whose members are so attached to iPhone and iPad, the said charger might be worth a looking. Developed by Griffin Technology, PowerDock 5 sports up to five docks on which you can simultaneously charge...