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Preview of iOS 10 Public Beta

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

iOS 10 is the biggest update to Apple's mobile operating system that's now celebrating it's 9th birthday.

Apple is making iOS 10 and macOS Sierra available as public beta. This is so the public can install the OS's and act as beta testers to help squash bugs and get a feel for what's coming. I don't advice anyone to install beta software, specially a device's operating system, on any device they use on a daily basis. That said, you can find out out more about Apple's Beta Releases here.

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Review: iPod Touch (2015)

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

This isn't your daddy's iPod Classic. The new iPod Touch looks and feels like the last model released in 2012. It features the same 4-inch Retina Display and coloured aluminium rear casing. What's different is what Apple has managed to change on the inside.

We now have an updated Apple A8 processor which is the same as what the iPhone 6 offers. A new 8 megapixel iSight camera seriously boosts the iPod Touch picture and video taking capability by putting one of the most popular cameras in a new device. Thanks to sensor and processor, iPod Touch users can now shoot slo-mo video as well as burst-mode photos. Also onboard is the M8 motion co-processor which aids in tracking fitness. 


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Apple updates iPod Touch line with new camera, processor and 128 GB variant

Apple just updated the iPod Touch which has been long considered 'the iPhone without a phone' and has been a popular iOS introductory product for younger users and teenagers who can't get a phone. Now featuring an updated Apple 8X 64-bit processor, a new 8 megapixel camera as well as new 128 GB capacity for users who want to carry their entire music and video collection with them in their pocket.

"iPod touch gives customers around the world access to Apple Music, the App Store and iOS, the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, starting at just $249,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of iPhone, iPod and iOS Product Marketing. The new iPod Touch is available in a variety of new colours including Space Grey, Gold, Silver, Pink and Blue.

The new iPod touch starts at $249 (CAD) for the 16GB model, $299 (CAD) for 32GB and $369 (CAD) for 64GB, and the entire iPod family in its five new colours is available starting today through the Apple Online Store (, Apple’s retail stores and select Apple Authorized Resellers. For the first time, iPod touch is available in a 128GB model for $499 (CAD) through Apple Retail Stores and the Apple Online Store


Fragment 1.6 app for iOS introduces three new effects

Fragment app is one of those iOS apps that lets you take your images and photos and refragment elements into stunning visuals all within the device.

The latest update, Fragment 1.6, lets anyone transform their photos into stunning, visual artistry using a series of uniquely prismatic overlays. Opening the door to even more amazing photo effects, the company has introduced three new effects, including Glow, Outline, 3D Glasses, as well as the ability to upload custom Fragment shapes.  

Fragment costs US $1.99. Check it out here