Pioneer has become the first company to officially offer Apple CarPlay vehicle integration, announcing the addition of CarPlay support to five of its 2014 model NEX in-dash infotainment receivers.
When Apple released their new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets, they equipped them with 802.11ac Wi-Fi, which in theory offers connection speeds that are up to three times faster than devices equipped with 802.11n Wi-Fi. iClarified created a custom…
Pebble isn’t waiting around for Apple’s new wearable to actually arrive on shelves before taking preemptive action, as the company has dropped the price on both models of its popular smartwatches, and is even taking a jab or two at the competition.
Digitimes reports Foxconn has kicked off a new hiring effort for its factories in Shenzhen and Zhengzhou to hire more help in the production of Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus flagship handsets.
Apple has officially announced that sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will begin in China on Friday, October 17. Handsets will be available via Apple’s online store, Apple retail stores, Apple authorized sellers, and all three major wireless carriers.
Jawbone has released a new Up app for the iPhone. The new HealthKit-connected app tracks a user’s food intake and physical activity, and then delivers advice to the user based on the data.
Google’s popular crowd-based navigation app, Waze, has received an update. New features include the ability to automatically remember where you parked, the ability to add driving related info, such as if a location has a parking lot, and more.
If you’ve been waiting for a deal on a Pebble smartwatch, Best Buy currently has the best deal we’ve ever seen on a Pebble. The big-box electronics retailer is offering the Pebble for a mere $99.99 – down from $149.99.
You like taking your music with you, but some of the environments you work and play in can be tough on a normal Bluetooth speaker? Meet today’s MacTrast Deal, the RAW Beats Bluetooth Speaker.
Apple took a few jabs from the Internet this week over the “bendability” of the iPhone 6 Plus. Even though Consumer Reports finally weighed in by showing that the new “HUGE!” iPhone was just as durable as competitor’s handsets, that didn’t stop competitors – and even brewers and candy bar makers – from taking a jab or two.
The results from Consumer Reports’ “three-point flexural test” of the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, and other smartphones may finally put the overblown “bendgate” hullaballoo to rest. TL;DR version: Both new Apple handsets are stronger than has been reported.
Popular wisdom has deemed you might want to think twice before installing iOS 8 on your iPhone 4S. Many, MacTrast included, were concerned that the experience would be less than satisfying. However, a new video shows that if you’re happy with the performance of your 4S running iOS 7.1.2, you just might be happy with iOS 8.0.2 on your device.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Now that 10+ million people are rocking an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, we wanted to give you a wallpaper choice!
Fitness/Dietary app MyFitnessPal received an update today, adding support for Apple’s Health app and HealthKit on iOS 8. The updated app interfaces with Apple’s Health app to share three types of data: workout data, calorie intake, and weight information.
Conan O’Brien has joined in the fun surrounding the reports of Apple’s new iPhone 6 Plus becoming bent while in users pockets. The jab takes the form of a fake Samsung commercial.
The FUBAR’ed public launch of iOS 8.0.1 was supposed to enable the release of HealthKit connected apps in Apple’s App Store. Now that Apple has finally gotten it right with iOS 8.0.2, we’re seeing the first of the HealthKit-enabled apps beginning to show up.