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A “lightweight Xbox One” less powerful may be coming in 2016

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photo by  technobuffalo hardware revisions have to an expected part of the console life cycles for decades, but usually they are hardware updates meant that kick up sales and reduce costs of production. Now an Xbox One Hardware Revision is rumored to be on the way, but it does not sound like quite the same thing. According to Microsoft blogger Brad Sams the Petri, rumors of a "lightweight Xbox One" were taking in recent months. If he says easy, he does not speak of an elegant, optimized version like the Xbox 360s Slim edition, but it is slightly less powerful - get your jokes about the current Xbox one's Power ready for the "Comments" section - and less expensive. The system, he says, is "a lightweight Xbox One, perhaps the only for Windows save games and compete with Apple TV." Similar rumors were floating around during the start window for the Xbox One a few years back, but obviously were scrapped. My guess is that if something like this w

New Apple iPad case scheduled for October 16

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  Apple has sent out invitations for a special event on 16 October , where the company is almost certain to submit updates this year air the iPad and the iPad Mini. The event , held on the campus of Apple in a much smaller than the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Launch place, probably also include some updates to other Apple product lines , such as the iMac and Apple TV . There is a remote possibility that we will see something new and crazy on October 16 , and a TV , but I think it is unlikely , given recent debut of Apple clock. new iPads Top Menu October 18 event is a new Apple iPad and iPad Mini with Retina Display Air . There is a rather persistent rumor that the next iPad Air - call it the iPad Air 2 if you like , or perhaps the Air Plus iPad - will feature a 12.9 -inch screen . As with the iPhone 6 , several sites have published leaked photos of what appears to be an iPad thinner air , lighter,

iOS 8 How to: Monitor and track your battery usage

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 Have you ever wondered how much your battery is being used? Or have you ever wondered why sometimes when you use certain applications dramatically drains the battery? New in iOS 8 Configuration application is the ability to track usage of the battery for each application you have installed on your device. This method is very similar to track your cellular data usage.  In iOS 7, which shows how much the battery has been used and how long the battery was on alert since last full charge, but does not define or describe how it was made. To monitor and track your battery usage on iOS 8, ​​first go to Settings. Then tap on General and after use.                   With iOS 8 by default, the battery percentage off. I recommend turning it on, and they immediately give you a better idea of what your battery life is so contrary to the image of the battery. Touching on battery usage, is displayed the first time since last full charge. This information was available in iOS 7

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