Apple’s October Event Delivers Hits and Misses

Apple's October Event Delivers Hits and Misses
Apple just held its much-anticipated October event during which it unveiled a host of new products, including refreshed iPads, an upgraded Mac Mini, and the first iMac with a Retina display. On the surface, there is a lot to get excited about from these new gadgets, and it is tough to not get caught up in Read more…

How to Install iOS 8 When Your Device is Low on Storage

How to Install iOS 8 When Your Device is Low on Storage
When Apple released iOS 5 back in 2011 it added the incredibly useful ability of OTA (over the air) updates. That meant that you no longer needed to connect your device to a computer to install the latest software upgrades, as they could be downloaded and installed directly on the device itself. For many of Read more…

10 Apps for Use with HealthKit

10 Apps for Use with HealthKit
With the release of iOS 8, Apple has made its first big foray into the health and fitness sector. The operating system that powers the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch now includes a set of system tools, known as HealthKit, that will allow developers to create apps that can track our activity levels, caloric intake, and Read more…

The Truth About 9:41 or 9:42 Displayed on iOS Devices

iOS devices display time
Have you ever wondered why iPhones and iPads always have 9:41 or 9:42 as the displayed time in advertising material? Take the iPhone 6 displayed on Apple’s home page. And also look at the iPads. Source If you’ve been following each keynote ever since Steve Jobs first introduced the iPhone, then you probably already know Read more…

iOS Timeline [INFOGRAPHIC]

iOS timeline
Any time now, we should be getting notifications on our iOS devices that there is a software upgrade available. Yeah, I have been checking periodically, but there’s nothing yet. In any case, for Apple old timers, the evolution of iOS is probably clear in their minds. For those who came late to the game – Read more…

How Safe is iCloud?

How Safe is iCloud?
With the recent celebrity photo scandal, the safety and security of our data in the cloud has come into question. Before going any further, it’s worth noting that Apple still hasn’t confirmed that the breach came from iCloud itself, but it is looking like iCloud and Photo Stream are the culprit, and that the accounts Read more…

3 Reasons Why the iWatch Will Never Happen

3 Reasons Why the iWatch Will Never Happen
To say there’ve been a few rumors about Apple’s first foray into wearable tech would be the biggest understatement since someone said the iPhone was useful. With everyone hoping and wishing for an iWatch, there’s been nothing from Apple on the topic except for a few possible patent applications and some talks with Nike about Read more…

Forensics Expert Says Apple May Have Admitted to iOS Backdoor

ios backdoor
The security of operating systems has always been a touchy subject, and with leaks sprouting front, back, and center, security and privacy issues have become even more controversial. Apple has repeatedly said that they have stringent security measures in place, although doubts have been raised about that. In a recent report, iOS author and former Read more…

iOS Is the King of US Web Traffic

king of web traffic
There may be more Android phones and tablets out there, but the latest data shows that iOS is the king of US web traffic. This should not really be a surprise, as we have seen iOS dominate web traffic for a while now, and we know that more and more people are using their mobile Read more…

How to Share Calendars Using iCloud

How to Share Calendars Using iCloud
There was a time that the big paper calendar ruled the house. Everything from baseball games to doctors appointments were listed and anything that needed done had to be run past that paper gatekeeper to avoid double-booking cars and people. With the advent of services like iCloud calendars the old paper calendar is no more. Read more…