This Bar Graph Shows That Apple Is for the Rich

apple is for the rich
Supposedly, that is. The bar graph originally posted by Andreessen Horowitz analyst Ben Evans shows Facebook’s active users of Android and iOS by region. How does this translate to the idea that Apple is for the rich people? First, we have to go back to the issue of which has the bigger mobile market share: Read more…

Does the Death of Nike FuelBand Mean the iWatch is a Go?

Does the Death of Nike FuelBand Mean the iWatch is a Go?
Earlier this week Nike laid off nearly the entire team it had working on the Nike+ FuelBand, announcing their departure from the world of wearable tech. Nike made it a point to say this doesn’t mean they’re out of the fitness tracking game, as they plan on continuing to support the existing FuelBands as well Read more…

How to Set Default Accounts for Mail, Contacts, and Calendars on iOS

How to Set Default Accounts for Mail, Contacts, and Calendars on iOS
It’s pretty likely that if you use iOS on a regular basis that you have more than one account loaded for email, contact, and calendar syncing. If you’re running more than one account it’s easy to get things confused and save the wrong account as default. Check out the steps below to set the default Read more…

The 7 Best iOS Photography Apps for the iPhone

The 7 Best iOS Photography Apps for the iPhone
While the iPhone comes with a pretty great camera, the stock camera app could stand to get a pretty big upgrade. Luckily, there are more than enough camera apps out there to replace the stock app, and while you won’t get the tight integration that comes with staying inside Apple’s walled garden, it’s worth it Read more…

10 iOS 8 Features We Want to See

10 iOS 8 Features We Want to See
With iOS 7.1 due to come out any day now, it’s obviously time to start thinking of what iOS 8 might hold for us. Tim Cook called iOS 7 the “biggest change since the iPhone” and while it was truly a reinvention of the iPhone’s software, we’re definitely interested in what iOS 8 features are Read more…

How to Control Your iOS App Privacy Settings

How to Control Your iOS App Privacy Settings
More and more apps on your iPhone and iPad require some level of access to your private data. Whether that’s access to the microphone for voice commands or to keep your plane in the air in Dumb Ways to Die app, or access to your contacts so Skype can contact your friends easily. These apps Read more…

Does CarPlay Really Matter?

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Early Monday morning Apple announced CarPlay; a new way to use your iPhone and car to listen to music, talk on the phone, receive text messages, and get turn-by-turn directions via Apple Maps. This giant step from Apple seems to be a great new way to use iOS 7 and your car, but does CarPlay Read more…

CarPlay: A Taste of the iCar?

CarPlay
The iCar has been rumored for quite a while, and although we probably are not going to see a Jony Ive-designed automobile on the streets any time soon, integration is getting somewhere. As has been rumored, Apple is now ready to unveil their iPhone integration system for cars. A taste of the iCar, if you will. Read more…

How To Stop iOS From Connecting to Unwanted Wi-Fi Networks

How To Stop iOS From Connecting to Unwanted Wi-Fi Networks
With the recent security flaw in iOS that affected users connecting to public Wi-Fi, it brought to light the issues with connecting to any Wi-Fi network you can find. If you connected to a network on purpose or even by mistake and now you don’t want to be on it anymore, the simple fix is Read more…

Mac Update Fixes the SSL Vulnerability and More

Mac Update Fixes the SSL Vulnerability and More
Most people live on their Macs and iOS devices, paying bills, checking email, and logging in to various sites that help run our lives. Last week it was discovered that all this private communication could be viewed by a malicious party using a Man In The Middle (MITM) attack thanks to a string of faulty Read more…