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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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Before we get serious, here is one simple, yet effective, prank iPhone users can try on each other. Simply save the three dot typing symbol as an image, text it to someone, and then wait for madness to ensue. Now onto the real tricks; did you know you could make a lock screen passcode with letters instead of just numbers? Continue reading for more.

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Impossible Instant Lab is unlike any smartphone camera accessory that you've seen before, as it's designed to transform any digital image via your iPhone into an instant photo that is exposed using only the light from the display, then processed and developed by chemicals. That's right, a photo that exists physically in real-life. Product page.

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There are certain things that will restore your faith in humanity, and then there's these bizarre things, products spotted in everyday life. For starters, we have a Fisher-Price iPhone case, which is designed for children 6-months of age and up. It claims to protect your iPhone or iPod Touch "from dribbles, drool, and unwanted call-making. And it will give you peace of mind as baby enjoys Face Time with family or friends." Continue reading for more.

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Let's face it, most concepts just don't quite make the grade, aesthetics wise, but Sam Beckett's iPhone Air could quite possibly be the coolest fan design we've seen yet. At 7mm thick, it features a 4.7-inch sapphire crystal display and a 10.0-megapixel camera. Continue reading for the video.

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For many geeks, starting their day off with a hearty breakfast consisting of bacon, eggs, hashbrowns and toast is what sets them up for whatever grueling task(s) may lie ahead. However, eating this day in and day out may cause other health-related problems. Fortunately, there's a new Oscar Meyer iPhone app, and when paired with the accompanying device, users can wake up to the sounds and smell of sizzling bacon. Continue reading for the bizarre promo video and more information.

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You've probably seen pictures of this case, but now a video has been released, showing how each of the 22-tools work on this Swiss Army-like accessory for the iPhone. It's called the TaskOne, and it comes complete with a 1.8-inch wood saw, 2.5-inch removable knife and three screwdrivers, a wire cutter and stripper, six Allen keys, two stands to enable a user to use the iPhone as a TV, a ruler, a bottle opener and pliers. Continue reading for three videos 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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By now, anyone who uses their iOS or Android smartphone to play games has probably heard of Flappy Birds, currently #1 in the App Store's "Free" section. The extremely simple game that has players maneuver a pixelated bird through Super Mario Bros.-style warp pipes. Well, many have said it's the hardest game they've ever played, but this one popular YouTube user decided to put together a video showing how to "cheat and beat" Flappy Birds, but in the worst way possible. Continue reading to see why it's received nearly 3-million-views in just 4-days.

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A teenager from Maine suffered second-degree burns on Friday when her iPhone 5C exploded and then caught fire in her pocket while she was at school. The unnamed girl was burned on the thigh and back when her classmates heard a pop and saw smoke billowing around the 14-year-old, who had to remove her pants in class to get away from the fire. Continue reading for a picture of the actual device and more information.

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