Just a quick heads-up: Geekbench for iOS is free until April 10.

Geekbench provides a comprehensive set of benchmarks engineered to quickly and accurately measure processor and memory performance.

Designed to make benchmarks easy to run and easy to understand, Geekbench takes the guesswork out of producing robust and reliable benchmark results.

Download Geekbench 4 for iOS here.


When it comes time to upgrade your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you may want to earn a little extra cash by selling your old device.

Thing is, to do that responsibly, you need to totally wipe it clean – more than just resetting to factory settings.

Data Shredder fully shreds the data on iOS devices beyond the point of restoration, giving you peace of mind that nobody can access your information after your device has changed hands.

  • Erase memory completely in just 3 steps
  • Use certified deletion algorithms to ensure your data is safely removed
  • Shred data from all iPhone, iPad, & iPod touch models

Get a lifetime license for only $29 ( retail $129 ) here.


Apple released a few new ads for the Apple Watch Series 2 and iPad Pro. The iPad Pro ads continue to answer real question people have about the tablet on Twitter while the Apple Watch ad encourages users to “Live Bright”.

Jump over the break to check out the videos.

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If you ever wanted to share panoramas to Instagram and make your account page look good, you should take a look at Panols.

The app allows you to browse your photo library for panoramas and splits them into three images that you can upload to your Instagram using the new Multiple Pictures post feature. Panols also allows you to edit the metadata of each shot.

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Ever since iOS 10.1, when you open an old 32-bit app on your iOS devices you’ll be presented with a warning that the app may slow down your device and the developer needs to update it.

The apps are still fully functional, however, Apple will soon reject 32-bit apps from running on iOS. And that day may just come with iOS 11.

This is nothing new. It started with iOS 7 and iPhone 5S.

To quickly identify all the 32-bit apps installed on your iOS device, go to Settings > General > About > Applications.