Whether you’re an aspiring photographer or videographer, or just looking for a way to mount your phone to a tripod to film your daughters next dance recital, the Beastgrip is an incredible product that is worth checking out!
Apple’s manufacturing partners are gearing up to start cranking out new iOS devices for later this year, reports Taiwan’s Economic Daily News [Google Translate]. Main manufacturing partner Foxconn is reportedly hiring 100,000 new workers to assemble the iPhone 6.
We have 13 free codes for a copy of Postale to give away, but you’ll have to act fast. These codes expire Tuesday, June 24th, so we’ll be announcing the winners for the codes at noon Eastern time on Monday, June 23rd.
T-Mobile announced a new “Test Drive” feature earlier this week, that allows customers a free 7-day trial of an iPhone 5s on the T-Mobile cellular network. And, the Magenta carrier is already bragging about the sign-up numbers.
Apple has long warned consumers to use only authorized power adapters with their iOS devices, due to the possibility of burns and electrocution. Now, a new report says those cheap third-party chargers could also be damaging one of the chips in your iPhone 5.
MacTrast Deal of the Day: PhotoProX for iPhone 5/5S: A Powerful Water & Drop Proof Photography Essential
The PhotoProX maximizes the potential of your most trusted device. The iPhone is the most used camera in the world and now you can unlock all of its potential with a case that takes you (and your phone) to the limits.
iOS 7 Activation Lock Works – Contributed to ‘Significant’ Reduction in iPhone Theft in Three Major Cities
The New York Times reports that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says Apple’s Activation Lock feature, introduced in iOS 7, has led to a “significant” drop in iPhone-related thefts in New York, London, and San Francisco.
T-Mobile has announced that it has partnered with Apple to offer a 7-Day no cost “Test Drive” of the iPhone 5s. The company announced the test drive as a part of its “Uncarrier 5.0″ event.
A report today says Apple may include a barometric pressure sensor to their upcoming iPhone 6 handset. A barometer is used to measure atmospheric pressure, which can be used to indicate current and future weather patterns, as well as altitude data.
Some MacTrast readers are reporting their device running iOS 8 Beta 2 locks up when they are editing a message in the Messages app and they switch to the Emoji keyboard.
One worry over the use of iBeacons in retail stores was the possibility that customers might weary of being bombarded with notifications while browsing through their local department of grocery store. However, it appears that hasn’t been the case…
Apple is reported to have enough sapphire glass for both iPhone 6 models it will allegedly be releasing in the fall, as well as its much-rumored iWatch that is also expected sometime late this year.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch.
We’ve all seen the rumors saying Apple will offer a larger iPhone this fall. It’s widely expected that the company will offer a 4.7-inch model, and an even larger 5.5-inch model when the iPhone 6 is introduced. But what if a larger screen means a higher price?
Facebook has added two new features to its Messenger app on iOS – video messaging, and a bigger “thumbs up” for those times “when you really, really like something.”
Apple has launched an exchange program in 36 countries for certain models of its European 5W USB power adapter. The company says the adapter may overheat, and pose a safety risk in some instances.