Pokémon Go is now available in the German App Store this morning. Meanwhile, yesterday’s update, which fixed a Google permissions issue, appears to be locking out some users.
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Pokemon Go has received its first update on the iOS platform, and supplies fixes for some bothersome bugs, including the Google account access issue.
Apple is reportedly planning to open a local center for iOS device repair in Russia, in the wake of a lawsuit that charged Apple doesn’t provide sufficient support for its products in the country.
The Apple Watch ranked number one in customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power 2016 Smartwatch Device Satisfaction Report.
If you’re a gamer, you know you can never have too many games in your library! Steamcrate offers 3, 6, and 12 month subscriptions that will get 10 random games sent to your Mac each month!
Pharmacy chain CVS is reportedly testing Apple Pay support in some of its stores, although the company says no official launch date has been set.
The popular Pokemon Go app continues to generate multiple newsworthy items, so we decided to put the most recent items all in one place for your enjoyment(?)
Apple is offering a hand up to China aid efforts, following mass flooding and rainfall in the region since June. The Cupertino firm has donated $1 million to relief efforts.
If you love salad, but you find yourself falling into a rut, using the same ingredients over and over, a new app might be just the thing you’re looking for! Salad Shake offers great new salad combinations with the shake of your iPhone.
Independent developer Renniksoft recently released Telly Genius 1.2, their viewing recommendation app for iOS devices.
What if you could build your own unique smartwatch, depending on what you’ll be doing each day? With the BLOCKS Smartwatch, you can do exactly that!
Despite a limited launch in only The United States, New Zealand, and Australia, Pokémon Go has become a huge hit.
Apple will pay $25 million to settle a patent lawsuit covering patents related to technology used in Apple’s Cover Flow and Time Machine.
Jordyn Castor is a 22-year-old Apple engineer who has been blind since birth. Jordan currently works for Apple, improving the company’s accessibility features.
While Pokémon Go has players exploring their real-life world to discover new Pokémon, 19-year-old Wyoming resident Shayla Wiggins found something that no other player has discovered… A dead body.
This week’s Apple Classic wallpaper collection comes courtesy of Jason Zigrino, who has supplied us with some great wallpapers in the past.