One place Google cannot top Apple is in the elegance of design. Design has always been the trump card in Apple’s back pocket, and it’s every bit as true with Apple Maps. And I’ll prove it.
Just a quick note. Wanted to let our readers know that ten new coupon/loyalty card/ticket sources have added Passbook compatibility. And we’ve added all of them to our comprehensive Passbook Apps List.
You don’t have to be a big-name business like Target or Walgreens to make consumer cards for Passbook. Small businesses can create them, too — along with individuals who want to put their own personal cards into Passbook. Here’s how.
LIFX is the name of a new “smart” LED light bulb. It topped $1M in just three days on Kickstarter. Instead of a switch, you’ll control its many functions with your iPhone.
Since Apple isn’t publishing a list of all the 3D cities in its snazzy “Flyover” mode in Apple Maps, we’ve compiled the most complete list available — more than 60 3D cities in all.
Frustrated with that “Cannot connect to iTunes Store” error you get when trying to add stuff to Passbook? Here’s how to fix it, and a complete list of every store and service available for Passbook use.
Less than 24 hours after the iPhone 5 announcement, my inbox was already filling up with press releases about accessories available to order for the new device. Here’s a quick roundup.
At long last, Apple has made the iPhone 5 real. But this was a huge, mega-event that also introduced a brand new iTunes, a “reinvented” iPod line, and much more. Let’s skip the hyper-technical overview and get to what you really need to know.
Over the weekend, photogs in San Francisco have been snapping pics of the outside of the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, aka the location of many an Apple Event, including this week’s iPhone 5 announcement. But what is Apple saying with this huge banner?
Confirming months of speculation and rumors all over the web, Apple today sent out the official invite for its next big media event, to be held on September 12th. It’s iPhone time.