10 years after the first iPhone was announced, Apple’s keynote addresses are still global events. This year’s slate of fall releases included a lot more than incremental updates to the company’s flagship device. Regardless of whether your next Apple purchase is coming out of a personal or company budget, you’ll want to know what’s new.
Wikileaks, the website that anonymously publishes leaked information, recently released a number of documents alleging widespread surveillance by the US government. The released documents claim that the vast majority of these efforts took place via smartphones, messaging apps and.
Apple iOS users beware — there’s a five-second video that can harm your iPhone. In late November, the brief MP4 clip seemed innocent enough. But after iPhone users played the video, their iPhones began to slow down and eventually crash. Details of the iPhone-killing bug are still being investigated, but here’s what we know so far.
When it comes to your smartphone, especially if you have an iPhone, there is rarely a month or a season that goes by without a new software update available for you to download. Foregoing the updates is tempting, especially when you are busy and just need to be on your phone.
From its drastically improved lock screen to GIF integration into your keyboard, the iOS platform has iPhone and iPad owners chomping at the bit for the latest iteration. Despite the completely open beta, Apple opted to shroud the official release in secrecy — until now.
For a long stretch of time, the relationship between Apple’s iPhone and Microsoft’s Office suite wasn’t great. The screen was too cramped for efficient document-creation and the processors were too slow to support the multitude of functions. Fast forward to present day, and those grievances have mostly been taken care of.
Non-techie Apple iPhone lovers relish in the magic hour ensuing a beta’s release. Those of us in the industry break down every minute detail and flock to our digital soapboxes to proclaim what we usually deem apocalyptic news. The sun is setting on Apple’s iOS 10 magic hour, and we’re here to pass judgement for you in the form of our favorite new features coming soon to your phone.
On March 22, Apple rolled out iOS 9.3. While many iPhone users are likely to have already upgraded to the new iOS, there are undoubtedly some who have yet to update. Regardless, there are some tried and true methods to ensure a successful update to your iOS, whether it be to this version or a future one.
We’ve all been there. Your iPhone battery is under the fifty percent mark and you won’t be anywhere near an outlet for the next few hours. So what do you do? How can you ensure your iPhone won’t die in the meantime? Well, there are few settings you can adjust to add a few more hours to your battery life.
Most of us know that apps can drain battery and slow down your phone. But what if there was a single app that was sucking 20% of your battery, and potentially slowing its speed by 15%. For Android phone users, this looks to be the case. And unfortunately for all those social medial lovers out there, the app responsible goes by the name of Facebook.