Here’s how to verify which fingers you’ve already scanned for use with Touch ID on your iPhone 5s. You might want to give the fingers a more descriptive name while you’re in there…
Apple iPhone 5s Soon to Account for 20% of all iPhones, iPhone 5c Growth Remains Excruciatingly Slow
Analytics firm Mixpanel reports that Apple’s iPhone 5s is almost to the 20% mark in overall iPhone marketshare, and will soon pass the iPhone 4S. Sadly, the iPhone 5c hasn’t fared as well, and appears to be stuck at a 6% share.
You don’t have to be a germaphobic to understand that your iPhone could be one of the most germ ridden things you come into contact with during the day. The PhoneSoap can help you keep your device free of bacteria and germs.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch.
If you consume coffee, energy drinks, or caffeinated carbonated beverages, Jawbone has the app for you. “UP Coffee” is the first product from Jawbone Labs, and it’s billed as the simplest way to understand how caffeine affects your sleep patterns.
If you’ve been holding out for a deal on an iPhone, or you’ve been looking to get more for your trade-in on a new iPad, new promotions from Walmart and Target just might do the trick for you…
The upcoming SXSW Festival, host to Apple’s latest iTunes Festival, will reportedly be using iBeacons, working in tandem with the SXSW GO iPhone app, to enhance attendees’ experiences by speeding up badge pickup, and allowing them to be more involved in interactive sessions.
We’ve seen iPhone accessories that can check your blood pressure, monitor your heart rate, and even take an electrocardiogram (ECG). But now there’s a thin, ultra-light iPhone case that can do all that and more. Enter: Wello.
Apple is continuing to offer freebies via its Apple Store app on the iPhone, as this time the freebies are musical in nature.
The popular Pandora music service was a notable omission from the list of services that are supported in Apple’s recently announced CarPlay feature for its iPhone.
Apple unveiled CarPlay this week, showing off its rebranded “iOS in the Car” system. The new system will allow iPhone 5/5c/5s owners to power the infotainment system in compatible vehicles coming from Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, BMW, Kia, Nissan, Toyota and others. Apple told us plenty on Monday, but there’s one thing they didn’t mention, the small detail that the systems in the cars are powered by BlackBerry’s QNX.
Volvo, one of Apple’s “CarPlay” launch partners, has published its own press release concerning the launch, and its promo materials includes a brief video showing off CarPlay in a Volvo.
Apple has announced its rebranded “CarPlay” iOS vehicle integration feature at the Geneva International Motor Show. The feature, previously known as “iOS in the Car,” allows an iPhone to take over the console display in a vehicle, thus providing Siri-controlled access to navigation, music, phone, and messaging features.
The International Business Times is reporting that detectives, investigating the killing of Reeva Steenkamp – girlfriend of double-amputee athlete Oscar Pistorius – Have traveled to Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California to seek their help in accessing the athlete’s iPhone.
Apple is reportedly working on an iPhone 5s update to improve the device’s Touch ID fingerprint recognition, potentially fixing a “fading” issue that some users are reporting.
Be prepared, that’s the Boy Scout motto, and if you’re a scout with an iPhone 4/4S or iPhone 5/5s, you could do much worse than to carry your device around in TaskLab’s TaskOne multi-tool iPhone case. Overview The TaskOne iPhone…