An industry report published today says that Apple’s iPhone is considered by users to be three times more reliable than its nearest competitor, Samsung. Needless to say, the iPhone tops the list on smartphone reliability.
The rumor mill has always run rampant where Apple is concerned, and 2013 is shaping up to be no different. Just for fun, here are my predictions for what products Apple will and won’t ship in 2013. Sound off and let us know what you think is coming this year!
Kim Dot Com’s file hosting service MEGA gives you 10x the storage space as iCloud. But does it foster illegal piracy? And if so, does that affect your decision to use MEGA?
The iCloud Data Center in North Carolina. Apple’s mysterious offices in Austin and Sacramento. Apple’s international headquarters around the world. Take a look inside dozens of Apple facilities that the tech company doesn’t want you to see.
I love checking Kickstarter for cool new Apple accessories. Don’t you? New website BiteMyApple.co has just launched, making it easy to get your hands on those crowd-funded gadgets — collecting all of them in one place.
Since its launch, Apple’s never stopped working on Apple Maps. Even a feature that’s not broken, like 3D Flyover mode, is getting new content. Check out these 12 new cities that have just been made fully 3D.
Numbers don’t lie: when it’s released later this year, OS X version 10.9 will unquestionably be the last major upgrade to the venerable OS. But there are only a few cat species left to choose a name from. Which one will Apple pick? Which one would you pick?
Take a look at this quick gallery culled from on-site images uploaded to Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr straight from MacWorld, which is happening right now in San Francisco.
I’ve made no secret of my disdain for the idea of Ashton Kutcher taking on the role of Steve Jobs in the upcoming movie jOBS (despite his uncanny resemblance to the late tech icon). Kutcher’s never struck me as a very good actor. Then I saw this first clip of Kutcher in action… and I’m […]
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