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Apple officially unveiled iOS 8 today, and some of the new features include: interactive notifications, a keyboard that predicts what users will type, and a Snapchat-style self-destruct button for video and audio messages. That's not all, they also added HomeKit, an intuitive system that allows users to control home appliances and turn their iPhone into a remote control. In other words, you can use it to open doors, control lights and even carry out commands like 'get ready for bed' which could dim lights and lock all doors. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Apple's iOS 8 is just around the corner and while there are many fans are already dreaming up what they hope to see, this one decided to create a demo video showing off one the software update needs: iOS Block. Simply put, it "works by expanding your fingers on an existing app icon to get a Block with information like weather forecasts, calendar appointments, and music controls," says The Verge. Continue reading for the video and more information.

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Another day, another iPhone 6 rumor, this time a video comes courtesy of YouTube user "Soldierknowbest". The iPhone 6 will most likely sport a larger screen, from 4.7 inches to 5.5 inches, with the larger having a display resolution of 1704x960 - triple the 'base' resolution of 568x320. Software wise, the iPhone 6 will be released with iOS 8, and where iOS 7 featured a massive design overhaul, this version is expected to return us to "Apple's usual modus operandi of gradual evolution," says Extreme Tech. Continue reading for the video and more information.

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Dr. Dre is celebrating his new found wealth, thanks to Apple's bid to buy Beats Electronics for $3.2-billion, by purchasing Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady's massive $50-million mansion in California. This 14,000-square-foot home, featured in Architectural Digest, features six bedrooms, a library, a state-of-the-art gym, infinity pool, waterfall and even a moat. One thing's for sure, Dre will definitely be upgrading the home's sound system(s). Continue reading for more pictures.

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If you're a technology enthusiast, none of these may come as a surprise, but for others, you may be surprised that Apple pulled some of their most recent ideas from other places, gadgets. Take for example, Siri, the voice service itself is powered by Nuance and its original interface borrowed ideas from Xiaoi Bot, an Android app released in 2010. However, there's nothing wrong with improving upon existing ideas, like how Facebook improved upon the now almost defunct MySpace. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what an ultra busy intersection is like with no traffic lights.

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When places next to an iPhone 5s on the left as a comparison, the iPhone 6 front panel boasts a 5.1-inch diagonal, and a 16-to-9 aspect ratio, which by the way, is identical current iPhone 4-inch display ratio. Apple Insider notes that "Apple is likely to keep a consistent aspect ratio in order to make the transition to a larger screen size as easy as possible for developers. When combined with a properly chosen display resolution, apps would be able to scale with little or no modification." Continue reading for one more picture and information.

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Did you know that Apple had a third co-founder, Ronald Wayne? He worked with Steve Jobs at Atari before he, Jobs, and Wozniak founded Apple Computer on April 1, 1976. Serving as the venture's "adult supervision", Wayne drew the first Apple logo, wrote the three men's original partnership agreement, and wrote the Apple I manual. Wayne received a 10% stake in Apple but relinquished his stock for US$800 less than two weeks later, on April 12, 1976. The failure of a slot machine company that he had started five years earlier also contributed to his decision to exit the partnership. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a mind-bending viral video of contact juggling with rings.

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It's official, Apple CarPlay that is. This technology works adds significant robustness through the replication of the iPhone display on the center stack display and the ability to call on more of the functionality of your phone. Drivers can use Apple Maps for navigation and it predicts possible destinations from recent calls and messages you've received. That's not all, CarPlay also enables access to music, podcasts, audiobooks, iTunes Radio as well as selected third-party apps, such as Beats Radio, iHeart Radio, Spotify, and Stitcher. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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No, for once, we are not posting yet another set of concept images, but rather images that are claimed to be that of Apple's upcoming iPhone 6. That's right, a person on Twitter has posted a series of pictures claiming to be the casing of Apple's iPhone 6, complete with a larger screen and a slimmed down, curved design. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Tyler Fischer may not be a real Apple Store employee, but he still managed to successfully fool customers at 4 New York City-based locations. Many weird conversations ensued, including where polio originated, bizarre technical specifications that make no sense whatsoever, and even stranger discount offers. Continue reading to see what went down.

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