Take those important business calls in the shower with this water resistant Bluetooth shower speakerphone that lets you take your music into the shower with you, without getting your iPhone all wet.
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Reports that Apple has reinforced the inside of iPhone 6 Plus handsets as a response to “bendgate,” the overblown device bending hullaballoo, are not true.
MacTrast has shared some highly informative infographics with our readers over the years, but this may be the biggest and most information packed graphic we’ve ever published. (Well, definitely the biggest…)
Apple has informed its shareholders that it could be seeing changed tax rates as new international legislation comes into effect.
Microsoft has announced the release of a new Outlook for Mac for users of Office 365. The new version includes a number of improvements, including a new look and feel.
If you’re still looking for a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you might want to check in at iStockNow.com. The site provides realtime availability of both devices in Apple retail stores in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia & the Middle East.
Gazelle, long a popular choice for turning your used iOS device into quick cash, has opened its own certified pre-owned device store. Items in the store include iPhones, iPads, and other smartphones and tablets. Currently, the store’s inventory is limited to Apple devices, including the iPhone 4 and up, iPad 2 and up, and the iPad mini.
Yes, Touch ID is a convenient way for use to unlock our iPhones, but if you’re planning on committing any crimes, just know that you might want to stick to the tried-and-true passcode to unlock your device.
A number of users have been reporting Wi-Fi issues on their Macs ever since upgrading to OS X Yosemite.
Seth Rogen will play Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in Sony’s upcoming Steve Jobs biopic that will star Christian Bale in the title role. Rogen will have some excellent advice handy on how to play Wozniak, as the Woz himself is a consultant on the film.
While Apple’s iPad lineup continued its reign at the top of the tablet market in Q3 2014 , its lead shrank again, and it fell slightly behind Amazon in J.D. Power’s semiannual customer satisfaction survey.
iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite have both been released, and that means now is the time for developers to learn Swift, Apple’s great new development language!
Midwest grocery store chain Meijer is the first MCX/CurrentC member to go rogue, as it is accepting NFC payments – including Apple Pay – at its grocery and gas locations.
Research firm IDG reports the global smartphone market grew 25% in the third quarter of 2014, with Apple hanging in there in second place, Samsung losing marketshare while retaining its lead, and Chinese phone maker Xiaomi grabbing a surprising third place in the rankings.
Shortly following an early reveal via the iOS and Mac App Stores, Microsoft has officially revealed its $199 Microsoft Band fitness wearable. The company revealed the device to Re/code, and said the device goes on sale Thursday in Microsoft’s online and retail stores.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has publicly come out as a gay man in a letter written for Bloomberg Businessweek. Cook says while it “wasn’t an easy choice,” and that his privacy remains important to him, he has come to realize that his desire for personal privacy has been holding him back from doing something more important.