The Weekend Roundup For Cafeios Readers

| April 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Weekend Roundup For Cafeios Readers

We always cover the best and latest stuff in order to keep you updated with the handy guides, news, accessories and a lot more that involve Apple. If you think you’ve missed any of our posts then here we bring you a weekend roundup of cafeios covering all the important topics.

New iPhone 6 Leaks suggest a Thinner Body

With a few months before the iPhone 6, you can hear lots of rumors being floating around the corner. But, this time a veritable source, Weibo (a Chinese social networking site) claims to have the first glimpse of iPhone 6. The new leaks suggest a thinner body that abolishes the Apple’s tradition of sticking with typical design.

Apple iOS 7 Adoption Rate Scores 87% of the Active Devices

It would really be a good news for Apple enthusiasts that Apple iOS 7 adoption rate hits 87% of the active devices. It shows that Apple users are more quick in updating to the latest versions than any other. It’s a normal thing for Apple as it has always been seeing such response with its previous iOS versions.

Top 5 Photo-editing Apps for iPhone Users

Many users love to edit photos, the problem starts when they don’t have right tool for that purpose. So, making it ease, we managed to bring you some of the best photo-editing apps for iPhone users.

Tips to Improve Your iPhone Battery Life

Want to see your iPhone running for a long time on a single charge? Our handy guide helps you improve your iPhone battery life just following the simple tips, no complex work is involved.

Top Free iOS Music Apps

There’s no dearth of music lovers in this advanced world where everyone has its own favorite singer. So, we assembled top free music apps for iOS devices to let users have fun with their voices and music desires.


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