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.
Are you tired of listening to music through those cheap, subpar headphones that came with your phone or tablet, but don’t want to spend $100 bucks just to get decent sound reproduction? Introducing AViiQ Concert Series earbuds.
If you’re looking for a deal on an iPad, iPhone, Mac, or other Apple product and live in California, Texas, Illinois, or Georgia, then you’re in luck. If you live in Vermont… Not so much.
Microsoft has released a new version of Skype for iPhone app, which includes a new modern hub-centric design, more reliable messaging, and a more modern voice and video calling experience.
Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty says the firm’s AlphaWise Smartphone Tracker shows that Apple’s quarterly iPhone sales may beat Wall Street estimates, selling as many as 39 million new iPhones in the second quarter of calendar year 2014.
One of the features in iOS 8 is the new built-in time lapse camera mode. The new feature will allow users to create some very cool effects using time-lapse photography. This video shows just how cool that effect will be.
A new report says that Apple is looking to boost its iPhone sales in its U.S. Apple retail stores by offering pre-paid and month-to-month plans. For the first time, customers will be able to purchase an iPhone at full-price and connect it to a pre-paid or month-to-month plan while in the store.
Back in May we showed you a photo of what was allegedly the rear shell of a 4.7-inch iPhone 6. The photos showed what appeared to be cutouts for the camera, microphone, flash, and even the Apple logo. A new set of photos shows what appears to be a similar part from various angles.
While we all have come to rely on our smartphones to tell the time, in a not-so-recent-past watches were the only devices to direct our daily lives. Reminisce with us on the hardware of old, before Apple (sometime) decides to release their own.
Our favorite smartwatch – the Pebble – received an update this week. The new firmware adds iBeacon support, the ability to reorder the system’s Launcher Menu, and iPhone music volume controls.
Apple’s new fitness-focused ad for the iPhone 5s debuted last night during game one of the Stanley Cup finals. The new commercial focuses on fitness apps and accessories for the iPhone 5s.
Razer is the latest accessory company to announce a Made For iPhone gaming controller, but the “Junglecat” offers a design feature that may set it apart a bit from the other contenders – A unique slide out design.
Sometimes you just want to play a racing game to fill a few seconds with hectic, coming at ya’ action. That’s right, a few seconds. Let’s take a look at Smacky Cars.
For amateur videographers, and creatives not looking to spend a lot to get a huge level of expandability, sometimes an iPhone or iPad is all it takes to begin to produce great content. While there will always be a place for professional grade cameras, video editing software, and expensive rigs – consumer/amateur video is a market that Apple is slowly chipping away at.