Welcome to the inaugural edition of a new weekly column that we’re calling “This Week on Kickstarter”! Each week, we’ll take a look at the latest Apple-friendly gadgets on Kickstarter and highlight the ones we think are most worthy of your support. Think of it as a Cliff’s Notes for Apple-y Kickstarter projects.
Apple discounts: you know you want ’em. We’re talking iPads, iPhones, iMacs, MacBooks, and more at the cheapest prices anywhere. Here’s your insider’s guide to hunting Apple discounts like a pro.
Playing around with Siri, I’ve discovered a new side of her personality by asking her about popular movies. Her tastes may not surprise you, but her attitude probably will!
An iPad keyboard case shaped like a MacBook “clamshell” might just be the holy grail of iPad accessories. A Kickstarter campaign last year famously made this idea a reality. Since then, MacBook clamshell cases have popped up in the catalogs of several accessory makers.
Realmac Software, makers of some of the slickest Mac and iOS apps, are preparing to drop a new photography app called Analog Camera. If you love the ultra-simple interface and gestures of their to-do app Clear, you’re going to feel right at home with Analog.
Apple HQ in Cupertino, California held an outdoor “A Decade of iTunes” party last night exclusively for employees, and even brought in a surprise musical act. So who was it? And what did the event look like? We’ve got a dozen pics from the scene.
Apple has just gone live with a new 3D “Flyover” city in Apple Maps, and it’s a big one: Paris, France.
Sooner or later, everybody needs information from Apple or help solving a problem. 10 little-known pages at apple.com can resolve virtually any issue you may encounter. Here’s a handy quick-reference to 10 crucial Apple URLs.
From his birth in San Francisco to his burial in Alta Mesa, and all the stops in between, this clever infographic traces the life story of Steve Jobs — by location.
Have you ever wondered how apps get made? How they’re dreamed up, designed, coded, and made to work? How apps are submitted to the App Store, and how they get approved (or denied)? In this exclusive, multi-part series, we’re going to follow one app’s development from idea to “on sale,” and find out exactly how […]