This week’s wallpaper theme is Lightning, nature’s fierce beauty. It’s been a stormy summer in our area. A storm just rolled through a few minutes ago. For the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
The Geekbench 3 benchmark testing app for iOS gives a more detailed look at how Low Power mode works in Apple’s upcoming iOS 9 mobile operating system.
Apple on Thursday removed any games, and a number of other apps, that contain images of the Confederate battle flag from the App Store.
Apple’s update to iTunes U is designed to improve tool that allow teachers to interact with students, better incorporate educational apps in their course materials, and easily manage homework assignments.
Apple’s Beats 1 radio station, set to debut June 30 as a part of the new Apple Music streaming service, will feature shows hosted by a number of music celebrities.
Parents are always looking for an entertaining way to jumpstart their young offspring’s learning. In this review of Numbie, a basic math skills game for the iPhone and iPad, we take a look at the app that is designed to help your child learn and practice basic math skills with the use of entertaining puzzles and games.
Apple has added 7 new Flyover cities to Apple Maps, bringing the total number of Flyover cities in Apple Maps to 148. The feature allows users to view a photorealistic flyover view of cities, including the ability to zoom in on buildings and other landmarks.
Apple Pay is set to rollout to the United Kingdom in July, and with information being a bit sparse about the rollout, Apple has posted a FAQ on its website to explain how everything will work.
Apple on Tuesday released iOS 9 beta 2 to developers. The new beta comes just over two weeks following the initial beta seed, released immediately following the new mobile operating system’s debut at WWDC 2015.
General Motors continues to rollout Apple’s CarPlay across its vehicle lineups, as today it has announced that select 2016 models of Buick and GMC vehicles will support both CarPlay and Android Auto via GM’s IntelliLink System.
TaiG, the jailbreaking team out of China, has released an untethered jailbreak tool for iOS 8.3. The Windows-only tool works with compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.
The Amazon Echo personal assistant device is now available to the general public. The device had for the last seven months been available as an invitation-only purchase. The Echo will be available for $179, and begins shipping on July 14.
Apple may have caved to Taylor Swift over paying royalties to artists for music streamed during Apple Music’s free three month trial period. However, in a statement provided to The Wall Street Journal, Apple indicates it will pay out less to artists during that period.
The first CarPlay-enabled Chevrolet vehicle has rolled off the assembly line. The car, a 650HP silver Corvette Z06, has rolled off the production line at the Corvette plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
UGH! If you travel internationally, you’re likely carrying around a load of adapters, converters, and chargers in your backpack or briefcase. The Twist Plus World Charging Station solves all that!
Apple will likely seed the golden master of iOS 8.4 to registered developers today. The updated mobile operating system is scheduled for a June 30 public release alongside the debut of the Apple Music streaming service.