Apple is set to begin replacements of damaged iPhone 5s screens in its U.S. and Canada retail stores beginning August 4th.
A new report cites a source with knowledge of an internal Apple Retail Store meeting in saying that Apple may be planning to launch the iPhone 6 on Tuesday, October 14. The source also added that the whole month of October would be very busy for stores and the company as a whole.
Tuesday saw the release of a new encrypted phone app for the iPhone. Signal, released by open source software group Open Whisper Systems, allows users to make secure calls on the iPhone at no cost.
It appears Ford does truly have “a better idea” when it comes to mobile devices for use by its employees, as the car maker is planning to transition away from the use of BlackBerry devices, providing approximately 3,300 workers with iPhones by the end of the year.
Late August should see the kickoff of a new program at Apple’s retail stores, which will allow customers to purchase a new iPhone via the latest carrier upgrade programs. Currently, any iPhones purchased at an Apple retail location must either be bought via a two-year contract, or at full-price for unlocked models.
If standing in line at a hotel to check-in isn’t your idea of a good time, (and if it is, what the hell is wrong with you?), the latest news from the Hilton hotel chain will be welcome news. Starting next year, you’ll be able to avoid the front desk completely, by checking in electronically, and using your iPhone as your room key.
Several photos were released over the weekend, showing what are allegedly the bare logic boards for both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models of the upcoming iPhone 6.
While some folks are more than able to limit their posts to Twitter in 140 characters or under, some users just can’t bring their tweets in under the limit. Enter BigTweets.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Last night I was cycling through the ol’ iPod and stumbled upon a Rocky soundtrack. There is nothing like getting pumped up to some classic Rocky tunes.
The best camera is the one you have with you, and today’s MacTrast Deal makes that camera even better. (We’re talking about the iPhone 5/5s camera ,just in case you were wondering.)
The iPhone 5s brought with it improved video features, not the least of which included slow-motion video capabilities that can record video at 120 fps. Such high-speed capture allows users to create sharp slo-mo videos. In this article, we’ll tell you how to capture slow-motion video and share it with your friends.
A new report says Apple is putting the finishing touches on iOS 8 in preparation for a September iPhone 6/iOS 8 launch event. Apple is currently projected to be planning a mid-September iPhone event. Apple is also said to be aiming for an October debut for OS X Yosemite.
We all enjoy Apple related videos. From the painful to watch ’80s videos, (UGH! Those clothes! That hair!), all the way up to the current iPhone and iPad commercials currently running on the television networks. Luckily for us, there’s one convenient location we can find them all…
With iOS 7, Apple updated most of the iPhone’s built-in apps with a sleeker, simplified look. One of the updated apps was the compass app. Formerly designed to resemble its real-world counterpart, the new Compass app is a study in sleek, black and white utilitarian design.
Today’s MacTrast Deal is the perfect accessory for any driver who has been guilty of using your cellphone in your car, fumbling with it while you attempt to keep driving.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is asking its partners to manufacture between 70 and 80 million units combined of the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 by December.