T-Mobile subscribers have until April 10 to sign up for their free year of MLB.TV Premium Service, offering live streaming of every MLB game this season.
Apple on Saturday posted two new videos on its YouTube channel join in the celebration of Autism Acceptance Month. The two videos feature a young man with autism named Dillan, who is both autistic and non-verbal, as he uses an iPad to communicate with others.
It’s the opening of the professional baseball season here in the United States, and to mark the occasion, we have some beautiful, and somewhat wistful, wallpapers honoring many a young man’s dream of making it in the big leagues.
Are your family members always jostling for position to see who is next in line to use the mobile device chargers? With this 6-Port USB Charging Station, everyone gets to charge at once!
The Apple News app is a great way to browse the news from your favorite sites. Occasionally though, you may find a story you don’t have time to read. Here’s how to save the story for later reading.
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Apple has updated its Siri virtual assistant to handle questions about sexual assault and related emergencies in a more intelligent manner.
Here’s a cool way to take a peek at any bookmarked page in Safari, using 3D Touch oin the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus!
Apple has released iOS 9.3.1 to the public. The update brings a fix for the web link issue that has been crashing a number of iOS users’ devices.
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Nintendo’s first game designed for iOS device, “Miitomo” is now available to iOS users in the United States and other countries. Miitomo had a “soft launch” in Japan earlier this month.
As 32-bit app launches by iOS devices continue to shrink, Apteligent analyst David Shirley predicts Apple will soon completely drop Xcode support for the 32-bit architectures.
While iOS 9.3 has had its share of early teething problems, A California-based analytics firm says Apple’s new mobile operating system is showing a lower crash rate than any other active iOS build.
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Apple has acknowledged the issue that causes iOS 9 crashes or app hangs when tapping links, and says it is working on a fix.
When Apple released their iOS 9.3 update last week, it was quickly discovered that some older devices, such as the iPad Air and iPhone 5S, had an activation issue after updating.