<p>The nutcases over at SquareTrade have been pitting the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus against a barrage of breakability tests to see how the new Apple handsets fare in the hands of a clumsy consumer.</p><p>And it seems that these Apples can fall from the tree without getting bruised.</p>Breakability testing<p>SquareTrade has a dedicated scale that quantifies how tough hardware and handsets are, which is often employed by insurance companies so they know the extent to which they can hammer your wallet based on your choice of smartphone.</p><p>The various destructive tests include submerging the handsets in water for ten seconds, dropping them onto concrete from five feet, and sliding them around on various surfaces to see how the casing and screens hold up.</p><p>Both handsets proved to be very durable in surviving the aggressive tests, only losing points due to 'gripability' (they feel a little easy to drop, apparently).</p><p>"Apple has done it again, with a pair of larger phones that are more durable than their smaller predecessors," says Ty Shay, CMO of SquareTrade.</p><p>Of course, this comes amid controversy about the iPhone 6 Plus bending in people's pockets - and in the hands of determined tech journalists making a point - due to a lethal combination of its length, thinness, and aluminium construction.Wearers of very tight jeans might want to opt for the smaller of the two new Apple devices, but otherwise the iPhone 6 is looking like a good option for the dexterously challenged tech lover.</p>
"So Gilbert didn't go back on you after all," said Mrs. Harmon Andrews, contriving to convey an expression of surprise in her tone. "Well, the Blythes generally keep their word when they've once passed it, no matter what happens. Let me see--you're twenty-five, aren't you, Anne? When I was a girl twenty-five was the first corner. But you look quite young. Red-headed people always do."
<p>The post-apocalyptic RPG, The Sun, will arrive on iOS, Windows, and Android sometime in the near future, and it looks too good to be true.</p><p>Years after the sun emitted dangerous amounts of energy into space in 2050, society is in shambles. As predicted of the genre, gameplay of The Sun appears fairly typical. Build; scavenge; survive; repeat. Food, water, and medicine is more valuable than any other resource</p><p>Being a big fan of the shoddy survival game 7 Days to Die, it's not hard to see how this game could appeal to players. If you ignore its limitation of running off iOS 9.0, The Sun is shaping up to be a very nice RPG indeed.</p><p>The one area that will be very interesting to test out will be in its surface appearance. With seven modes of action, a health and stamina bar, a settings menu, a weapon scroll, and a backpack icon, there's an awful lot going on here.</p><p>Coming to Google Play, the App Store, and the Windows Store, there has yet to be a specific date set but we'll keep you updated. </p>downloadapkinstaller.comCaptain Jim came along another evening to bring Anne some mayflowers. The garden was full of the moist, scented air of a maritime spring evening. There was a milk-white mist on the edge of the sea, with a young moon kissing it, and a silver gladness of stars over the Glen. The bell of the church across the harbor was ringing dreamily sweet. The mellow chime drifted through the dusk to mingle with the soft spring-moan of the sea. Captain Jim's mayflowers added the last completing touch to the charm of the night.
Consents bewitched, ere he desire, have granted,"I must be going now," said Captain Jim slowly at last. He took up his hat and looked lingeringly about the room.
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<p>Roll up! Roll up! It's time to chat about this month's second Humble Mobile Bundle and it's about to get heroic.</p><p>If you haven't heard of HB, it's a brilliant organisation which lets you pay what you want for some great games and lets you pick a charity to send some of the profit to.</p><p>This time around we've got quite a few titles up for grabs and it's all about Herocraft's catalogue of games.</p><p>Pay $1 or more to get:Dead Shell: Roguelike - "A week ago, the Center received a mayday signal from the settlement. Demonic roars and screams of terror filled the comm channel, and then it fell silent.Fight your way through all the circles of hell, face the cosmic evil and emerge victorious."</p>Avalanche - "Hop on your skis and speed away - you're being chased by a huge avalanche of snow... and pixels! Dozens of famous characters were gathered to get on skis and put each other's skills to the test, when suddenly a super-fast avalanche descended from the top of the retro mountain! Beat a path down the snowy slope, avoid obstacles, dodge and knock down other skiers."Majesty: Fantasy Kingdom Sim - "Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim is a vast magical world where you are honored with the crown of a tiny fairytale kingdom. When you become the head of the country all the responsibility for the land's prosperity rests on your royal shoulders. You will have to fight various enemies and monsters, explore new territories, manage economic and scientific developments and solve a heap of unusual and unexpected tasks!"<p>
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