No, we’re not joking. OnePlus is selling a Sandstone-finish case for the iPhone 6 and 6s. For $19.99 you can buy a case that will give the iPhone the same signature feel as you get with the OnePlus One and OnePlus 2, paired with a physical invite card to purchase a OnePlus phone.
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Oh no! My Galaxy S6 is dying and I don’t have time to plug it into the wall. I’m away from walls with outlets or don’t want to be tied to a wall. I need to be using my phone. What the heck am I going to do?!?
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We’ve long been enjoying Android Wear on our wrists, including Google Now alerts and voice commands, for a while now. And starting today, our iPhone-toting friends can do the same.
Google today officially announced Android Wear support for iPhone. iOS users will get many of the same features that Android Wear on Android offers, including ... Read More »
Samsung decided to make August its month in an effort to give its two newest flagships, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+, plenty of time in the limelight before Apple launched its own newest phones. Now, Samsung isn’t content on just announcing the devices: It wants iPhone owners to actually ... Read More »
We’ve been known to engage in an iOS vs. Android debate from time to time, but they tend to end without issue. The same can’t be said for a recent argument between two roommates in Tulsa.
Two men recently got into an argument about iPhone vs. the “new ... Read More »
Android Wear is a fantastic system with some great features when used with an Android device. Of course right now, it can only be used with an Android device. While iOS support would be great, the combo of Android and Android Wear makes for some cool functionality that many other smart watches don’t have. ... Read More »
Switching to Android, though the right choice, isn’t always easy. You have to transfer all your contacts, music, photos and more off your old phone onto your new Android device. It can be daunting to do all that at once, so you should follow a nicely written guide. But what’s the best guide out there? ... Read More »
Where iOS users have Siri (Apple’s virtual assistant) all to themselves, Android users have Google Now–Google’s virtual assistant, complete with automated mind-bending location-aware information, ready when you need it, without ever having to ask for it. That changes today, though. Google has updated its iOS search app to include Google Now, which begs the question: ... Read More »
It’s no secret that Apple wants its users to move away from Google services. Siri works as hard as possible to give consumers information from anywhere but Google and Apple has released their own mapping solution to back away from Google Maps. Just today it was revealed in the latest beta release of iOS 6, ... Read More »
The Q4 2011 results are in, and it paints a potentially bleak picture for Android. Looking in depth at the numbers provided by AT&T and Verizon, Apple sold about 3 times as many iPhones as all Android handsets combined in the quarter. This could simply be a fluke, as Apple released the iPhone 4S in ... Read More »