Amazon has released an official iOS client for its Cloud Drive service, allowing iOS users to access their files stored on the service via their iPhone or iPad.
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Korean investors are said to be backing off a bit from their hopes that Samsung’s latest Galaxy S6 handsets would be enough to slow the South Korean firm’s recent financial plunge.
While in-ear headphones are great for listening on the go, nothing beats the sound from a great set of on the ear Bluetooth headphones. These REMXD On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones offer 33-foot Bluetooth range, the ability to listen to music, answer calls, and adjust the volume, or control your playlist.
While we knew Apple Pay would be going live in the United Kingdom sometime this month, we didn’t know an exact date. Now, a new report says that date will be July 14.
Now that the dust has settled a bit on WWDC 2015, now seems like a good time to revisit the numbers that were thrown around during the event’s Keynote address.
Greece’s Emergency Banking Controls Prevent Customers from Renewing iCloud Subscriptions or Making iTunes Purchases
Greece’s financial meltdown has led to a ban on overseas payments or transfers, leading to iCloud, iTunes and App Store customers being unable to renew subscriptions or make purchases.
U.K. iPhone user John Biondini has started an online petition to convince U.K. financial institution Barclays to offer its customers the ability to pay via Apple Pay (and Google Wallet) using their Barclays credit and debit cards.
This week’s wallpapers are for your iPad. It’s Summer, and that’s the perfect time to visit the beach. Feel the sand between your fingers as you swipe your way through your iPad’s Home Screen.
The latest statistics released by market research firm comScore show Apple widening its lead over competitors in the U.S. smartphone market in the three month period ending May.
Is your iOS device’s memory packed with so much crap that you have no idea at all what is exactly on there? Enter PhoneClean iOS Cleaner!
The European Patent & Trademark Office has published Apple’s trademark filing for OS X El Capitan, and interestingly enough, the filing mentions something that wasn’t included in the verbiage of the OS X Mavericks and Yosemite filings: “Tablets.”
Apple has posted a video of its participation in last weekend’s San Francisco Pride Parade, a yearly event celebrating support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people.
While streaming these songs or playlists over and over may be über convenient, it can play hell with your wallet if you have a metered data plan. Here’s how to download the songs to your iOS device or Mac for offline listening.
If you’re like us, you’re enjoying listening to Apple’s new Beats 1 radio station. Wouldn’t it be great if you could make song requests like you do on your local stations?
Apple has announced the upcoming survey areas for its Apple Maps vehicle initiative. The company’s sensor burdened “black vans” will be motoring through a total of 27 new locales in the U.S., with an expansion into 13 states come mid-July.
Developer INNOVATTY has a great deal for iPad users who live in an area where fireworks aren’t allowed. For a limited time, you can download Real Fireworks Artwork 4-in-1 2012 v1.3.1 for free, a $4.99 value.