Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak says he believes Apple is considering backing away from its current reliance on Amazon’s Web Services, in favor of its own in-house data centers.
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Apple is reportedly targeting Tuesday, March 15th as the day for an event that will unveil a new iPad Air 3, a 4-inch “iPhone 5se,” and new bands for the Apple Watch.
Digital artists who use an iPad in their work will want to take a close look at the Adobe Ink & Slide, the creative tools that will turn your iPad into a digital canvas.
A new report from the not always reliable publication DigiTimes says Apple has begun testing dual-lens camera samples for possible use in the upcoming “iPhone 7 Plus.”
Usually, the default DNS settings on your iOS device will work just fine. But occasionally, the provider for the Wi-Fi connection you’re using may not have the most up-to-date DNS information.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus brought a great new feature to photos called Live Photos. The new feature can be turned off and on at will, but what if you take a Live Photo, when you really wanted to take a regular photo?
Can’t sleep at night? SenseLabs’ recently released SenseSleep 1.0 app for iOS might be worth a groggy, sleepy-eyed look.
Apple’s Campus 2 project is scheduled for completion at the end of this year, and the latest drone flyover video shows a project well on its way to making that deadline.
Über-challenging physics-based flying game Piloteer is currently available as the free App of the Week in the iOS App Store.
Popular Mac email client Airmail has made the move to the iPhone. The new Airmail for iPhone app works with a number of email services, and offers iCloud sync to keep you mobile and desktop preferences in sync. The app…
It seems several Apple Music subscribers are currently having issues with the app when searching for new music in the Music app on their iOS devices.
Wouldn’t it be great if someone would invent an easy drag-and-drop way to get any format audio or video file converted and copied to your iOS device? Meet WALTR.
Apple has brought back their Shot on iPhone billboard campaign for another round, this time focusing on portraits shot using the iPhone 6s.
Sure, it’s fun to fly solo, but imagine the fun of flying your drone in a squadron of other drones? The Ultra-Stealth Nano Drone – Put that on your radar, FAA!
The Super SaaS 2016 Bundle offers 5 premier services that will help you manage your time, keep track of all your cloud storage, protect your privacy, and setup a private phone number.
No matter who you’re rooting for in Super Bowl 50, we’ve got you covered with wallpapers for your Mac, iPad, iPhone, and even your Apple Watch!