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We need to talk about Apple’s connected children

Apple’s platform innovations are opening new frontiers in childcare and education, with iOS-friendly augmented reality (AR) toys and child-focused hospital systems showing the impact of digital transformation, from the cradle to the grave.

Blending real and virtual experiences

“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast,” said the White Queen in Alice Through the Looking Glass.

In tomorrow’s world, your children will also believe impossible things, as the boundaries between their real and virtual experiences dissolve.

Tech firms will need to work hard to convince the public that these new merged experiences can be trusted — take a look at reaction to Mattel’s Aristotle device, which prompted Jeff Chester, executive director of the Centre for Digital Democracy, to warn: “The kid tech industry sees kids’ bedroom as an economic bonanza.”

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Apple’s developing advantage in iPhone photography

Can you see why Apple has been so focused on making photography great again on its iPhones?

Incremental, but innovative

Apple has been working hard to improve the camera ever since it realized iPhones were becoming more popular than cameras. With its LED flash, the iPhone 4 was a significant step on the journey. Today we have AR.

Don’t get me wrong: I see other smartphones sometimes offer more megapixels, but that’s only part of the story. It doesn’t matter how big your images are if you don’t have software to optimize them, hardware to improve them, services through which to share them or powerful image management tools to help you make the best of them.

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16 ways to use your old iPhone after an upgrade

Here are 16 ways to use your old iPhone now you have invested in a brand new smartphone.

You could sell it

Apple’s iPhones hold their value really well. A two-year old unlocked iPhone 6S with 64GB capacity still fetches $200+ at some reputable stores, and will likely yield even more cash if sold privately. Flipsy provides a useful online tool to help you figure out the value of your old device. Here’s what to do before you sell your old iPhone.

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16 ways to use your old iPhone after you upgrade

Here are 16 ways to use your old iPhone now you have invested in a brand new smartphone.

You could sell you old iPhone

Apple’s iPhones hold their value really well. A 2-year old unlocked iPhone 6S with 64GB capacity still fetches $200-plus at some reputable stores and will likely yield even more cash if sold privately. Flipsy provides a useful online tool to help you figure out the value of your old device. Here’s what to do before you sell your old iPhone.

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