Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs wasn’t too hot on the idea of a Genius Bar in his Apple retail stores. His initial reaction to the idea was: “That’s so idiotic! It’ll never work!”
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A Singapore man suffered a fatal heart attack after he captured one of the rarest of all Pokémon creatures.
A new supply chain report indicates Apple has plans to offer an OLED display on every iPhone model by 2019.
The Ztylus Revolver Lens Camera Kit for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus combines a durable case and the latest RV-3 4-in-1 Revolver Lens attachment.
Amazon is now offering an iPhone 6 32GB model to its customers in India.
Apple on Friday posted two new iPad Pro ads that are a part of their “Twitter” ad campaign.
Back in October, an iPhone exploit caused devices to repeatedly dial 911, resulting in a such a large volume of calls that one 911 center was in “immediate danger” of losing service.
Japan’s Nikkei Asian Review has changed its mind on the screen size of Apple’s upcoming “iPhone 8” handset.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high-quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple Watch.
The ARMOR-X 2-in-1 Tablet Stand can hold most iPad, Surface, Nexus, and Galaxy tablets, leaving your hands free to do what it is you do with your hands when they’re free.
With this great deal on a Lightning to USB MFi-Certified 2-Meter Cable: 2-Pack, you can buy enough cables to have one or two in every room of the house!
Did you know you can download Netflix content to your device for later viewing?
T-Mobile Offers Free iPhone 7 to Switchers – Brings Back Free MLB.TV Premium Subscription for All Customers
T-mobile is offering a free iPhone 7 to switchers, and is also bringing back its popular free MLB.TV premium subscription offer for all customers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was on hand Thursday at a Silicon Valley screening of Apple board member Al Gore’s new film, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.”
The ZeroLemon ToughJuice 30,000mAh 5-Port Power Bank holds enough power to charge a smartphone up to ten times, a tablet twice, or even fully charge a MacBook once.
Apple’s struggle to stay relevant in the U.S. classroom continues, as usage of the iPad and the MacBook in the classroom hit a new low in 2016.