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November 15, 2016

Nintendo Shares Rise Thanks To Super Mario

In the summer, when Pokémon Go was launched, Nintendo shares rose quite spectacularly. Unfortunately for the company, they also plummeted only a few days after, when people realized that they won’t necessarily get rich because of the popular smartphone app. Now, the shares of the Japanese company start rising again, according to BBC News. This time around, the one to thank for the rise is Super Mario. To be more specific, the iOS version of the beloved hit game of the 80s.

At the beginning of the fall, the Japanese game developer, and electronics manufacturer announced that they will release Super Mario Run for iOS. The game will become available on December 15 in [...]

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September 14, 2016

The iOS 10 Update is Causing Some Serious Problems

Once upon a time, no one could expect better software and hardware than the ones coming from Apple and Samsung. This year, however, it seems that both companies managed to disappoint their fans. First, Samsung’s otherwise truly amazing Galaxy Note 7 started exploding without any obvious reasons, and now, Apple’s iOS 10 update started causing some serious trouble for some users. Both aspects are quite disappointing for fans. Whether this will influence their choices when picking up a new smartphone or not, still remains to be seen. It probably won’t if they are truly loyal to their favorite brand.

Tha latest addition to Apple’s smartphone line, the [...]

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February 25, 2016

iOS 9.3 Beta 4 Fixes iPhones Affected By Date Bug

Earlier this month, we have reported that a very nasty iOS bug has been discovered, a bug that can brick any device when a certain date is set on the device itself. No fix was known for bricked devices, but it seems like Apple has managed to solve the issue.

Earlier today, Apple has released a fix for the date bug as part of iOS 9.3 Beta 4, so the fix isn’t available publicly yet, as public beta testers cannot run iOS 9.3 Beta 4 on a bricked device. Developers, on the other hand, can put their devices in DFU mode, download the iOS 9.3 Beta 4 firmware and restore the device using iTunes. It may be a while before iOS 9.3 comes out for everyone, but it’s still nice to [...]

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January 19, 2016

iPhone 6 Battery Percentage Freezing Investigated by Apple

Some iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S users reported that their smartphones don’t display the correct battery percentage. The problem seems to occur more often when users travel to another time zone or manually change the time on their devices. Even though the problem doesn’t affect the battery life of the smartphone, it still is an important issue, because users are misled by their handsets and think that they have more battery life than they actually do, causing them to run out of juice without any warning. Users  could think that the battery of their smartphone will last through lunchtime but it could actually turn off exactly when they are expecting an important call or [...]

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