If you and your kin are planning to go out and about and bring holiday cheer to the world via caroling, be sure to take your iPad or iPhone with you. Thanks to a great little Google Easter Egg, you’ll find it will come in handy…
AAPL stock has taken a hit this morning as China Mobile failed to make the expected announcement of an iPhone launch on its network.
China Mobile will increase its spending on device subsidies in 2014 in an attempt to boost smartphone sales and entice customers to try its new high-speed wireless network.
Google has released its annual list of the most popular search terms entered by its users, and Apple’s iPhone 5s took third place for the year. Gee, why would anyone be interested in that?
Apple began running their 2013 holiday ad on national TV Monday night, and it’s a heartwarming tale of a modern family, the iPhone 5s, and AirPlay.
Smartphones are taking over the world, at least as far as mobile users are concerned. But just how dramatic is the rise of smartphones in the world – and who is leading the pack in adoption? We’ve teamed up with the folks at Coupon Audit to produce a fascinating infographic that illustrates the trend quite well!
We’ve all looked for something hidden in a picture or looked in every corner of our house trying to find our keys. Dream: Hidden Adventure takes seek-and-find & turns it into a whimsical game for iOS
A survey of Chinese consumers suggests that a deal between and China Mobile to sell the iPhone to the carrier’s customers holds the potential to incrementally boost Apple’s phone sales in the country by at least 12 million units in the 2014 calendar year.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Winter wallpapers are our favorite and here are two more to keep you festive.
In today’s world, parents are certainly in the right to be worried about handing their child any sort of smartphone or tablet, even an iOS device. There’s a lot of scary and inappropriate stuff out there! Fortunately, Apple provides a number of ways to keep bad content away while still allowing your child to use an iOS device.
China Mobile seems to be aggressively promotion Apple’s iPhone and iPad line in the run up to their launch on their network later this month. The wireless provider has devoted a majority of at least one of its retail locations to the iOS devices.
Apple continues to rule the smartphone sales roost, as their iPhone 5s and its lower-price sibling the iPhone 5c, took two of the top three sales slots at every major U.S. wireless carrier for the third month straight.
Apple has watched its smartphone market share in China more than double following the debut of the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. Apple’s market share rose from just under 5% to 12%.
Attention holiday shoppers! Walmart will be offering Apple’s 16GB iPhone 5c for $27 with a two-year contract starting this Friday. That’s a $72 drop from the usual $99 price.
It seems as if there is a constant “stream” of music steaming apps these days. Even in the face of Apple’s iTunes Radio juggernaut, many new music apps are still out there swinging. Enter MixPal.fm, with its 30 channels of music curated by top DJs.
T-Mobile USA announced on Tuesday that it will be offering the 16GB models of the Apple iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPad Air, iPad mini, and iPad mini with Retina Display for $0 down for “well-qualified” new and existing customers.