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Fantastical For iPhone Adds A New Drafts Mode

iOS: Fantastical is one of our favourite calendars on iOS and it now boasts a handy new drafts feature. As its name implies, this allows you to save events as drafts so you can dig through your appointments to reference other items. Here’s how it works.


Highball For iPhone Collects And Shares Cocktail Recipes

iPhone: Have a few favourite cocktail recipes that you want to keep on tap for easy access? Highball is an iPhone app that makes collecting and sharing recipes easy.


iOS 8.4 Kills Home Music Sharing

Apple giveth Apple Music, and Apple taketh away. In this case, the MIA feature is Home Sharing for music files to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.


Toggle Week Numbers In iOS Calendars With This Setting

Unless you’re very particular about your calendar settings, you’ve probably never ventured into the iOS settings menu for your calendar. But OS X Daily points out one handy toggle you may have never noticed: week numbers.


Ask LH: Which Folding Keyboard Should I buy?

Is there a decent folding keyboard out there? I want something that will lie unnoticed in my rucksack or that I can jam in a pocket when heading out to a cafe, but which I can do some serious typing on with my iPhone or iPad when I need to.


App Directory: The Best Alarm Clock App For IPhone

The iTunes Store has almost as many alarm clocks as it does to-do apps, so it’s difficult to choose the right one. In our tests, we found Wake Alarm Clock to be the best thanks to a good set of features and solid reliability.


iOS 9 Will Feature Ad Blockers

iOS 9 developers will have access to an API that can block web content, giving rise to the possibility of mobile ad blocking software for Apple’s upcoming software update.


Ask LH: Is The iPhone 5 Still Worth Buying?

Is the original iPhone 5 worth buying in 2015? I’m looking for a phone to replace my fourth-generation iPod and to finally upgrade from a flip phone, but I don’t want to spend a fortune. Any thoughts?


Ask LH: Should I Buy A Refurbished iPhone From The US?

Hi Lifehacker, After finally exhausting the useful life of my iPhone 4S, it’s time to upgrade. I’d like to buy a refurbished iPhone 5S from the US, where they are between half and two-thirds the price in Australia. As long as the phone is (carrier/ factory) unlocked, are there any compatibility issues I should be aware of? And is this a good idea to start with?


Mac Attack: Older Macs And iPhones That Apple Will Stop Repairing Soon

Got an older iMac or iPhone? Pretty soon, Apple will stop offering you repair options.


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