Can iTunes Radio Compete With Spotify and Pandora?

Can iTunes Radio Compete With Spotify and Pandora?
With the launch of iOS 7, Apple started offering its users iTunes Radio, a purposed Spotify and Pandora killer, but can iTunes Radio stand up to these streaming giants and possibly even become competition for them? It’s still early to say, but it’s possible. History Since iTunes Radio is not widely used yet and isn’t Read more…

6 Tips to Get You Using Apple Maps Like a Pro

6 Tips to Get You Using Apple Maps Like a Pro
With the release of OS X Mavericks Apple has standardized their mapping software between the desktop and iOS. While Apple’s Maps app for iOS had its share of issues when the new software initially launched for iOS, the updates seen in iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks have given it a real chance at being Read more…

Could the iWatch Be A Reality in 2014?

iwatch
Anyone familiar with rumors about Apple is more than familiar with the iWatch, even though as of now it doesn’t exist. The rumored wearable device has been talked about since late 2012 and the rumors have only grown since then. There have been some entries into the smart watch category already with the Pebble and Read more…

5 Fun Terminal Commands To Try Right Now

5 Fun Terminal Commands To Try Right Now
When people think of fun they rarely think of Terminal. The utility at the heart of OS X, Terminal can do just about anything and is already known for some pretty interesting tweaks, but there are some less dangerous and more fun commands you can enter into Terminal and have some fun while you’re at Read more…

What to Expect From Apple in 2014

What to Expect From Apple in 2014
With 2013 just about wrapped up and 2014 about 98% loaded, it’s time to pull out the crystal ball and try to conjure up what Apple has in store for us next year. For a company that has made its living surprising customers and defining new product categories, this is a pretty difficult venture, but Read more…

Apple’s Biggest Surprises of 2013

Apple's biggest surprises
2013 was a big year for apple. New hardware, software, and a range of free products helped give the company a banner year in both sales and customer loyalty. While a lot went on with Apple, there were a few big surprises that really stood out from the crowd. Thinner iPads and better batteries in Read more…

The Top 20 Best Apps of 2013

The Top 20 Best Apps of 2013
It’s been quite a year for iOS apps. With the release of iOS 7 many apps have started to take on the flat look and feel of the new operating system. A lot of new apps were released while most were updated with new features and layouts. We’ve compiled the list that we feel covers Read more…

The Most Popular Apple Gazette Posts of 2013

The Most Popular Apple Gazette Posts of 2013
Wow, 2013 is just about done and you know what that means: Year End Posts! That’s right, with the year winding down it’s time to look back and remember where we were in the past 365 ¼ days. To start this week in review off with a bang, we’re going to look back at some Read more…

Can Apple Go Completely Wireless?

completely wireless
Everyone hates wires. Nobody ever got a brand new phone and thought, “Hey, I can’t wait to see how the charger plugs in!”  With this in mind, it’s no wonder that researchers have been working on ways to charge devices without wires. While inductive charging is nothing new, getting it to work flawlessly with phones, Read more…

21 Ways That Option Click Makes OS X Better

21 Ways That Option Click Makes OS X Better
The Option key on the Mac keyboard gives users a lot more…well…options. Just about anything you can click on inside of OS X can be Option clicked to open up a world of new features and abilities. You could click around OS X and find all of these for yourself, but below are the top Read more…