So we’ve all been there, that moment your iPhone slips from its snug home in your hand and falls in slow motion to the ground. You scramble, like Gollum after the ring that’s just been thrown into the fiery pit but you can’t get there in time. Precious! This happens a lot, but the good […]
The more your iPhone finds itself woven into your personal lifestyle, the more vulnerable you are to security compromises of any kind. On the one hand, apps and websites are trying to grab hold of your data (sometimes without permission). On the other hand, your phone could be snatched right out of your hand by […]
We at AppleGazette are big fans of IFTTT. It makes automating tasks super simple, and works with tons of great apps and social networks. Here are 10 IFTTT recipes every Apple owner should use.
Six years ago, the iPhone came along and changed mobile computing forever. It boasted wildly revolutionary technology that we thought was impossible at the time. What impossible technologies will iPhones boast in another six years or more?
It’s a statistical certainty that sooner or later, everyone is the victim of theft. These five simple things you can do right now will help prevent a thief from snatching your iPhone or iPad.
I have said it before, and I still have not really changed my mind about things – I am not all that excited about the idea of a budget iPhone. Of course, there will be a market for such a device, and without letting personal preferences get in the way, here are some leaked images […]
If you’re trying to save on some money by buying cheap chargers for your iOS device, this might give you pause. According to researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology, those cheap knock-off chargers could actually have malicious software that could infect your device. The findings, which will be presented at the 2013 Black Hat […]
Think you know all about iOS 7? There are a whole slew of new features it’s bringing to your iPhone, including many more than you’ve heard about so far. Here are just 10 little-known new features in iOS 7.
I’ve been using my iPhone 5 as my all-around gateway to the internet. Aside from having an always-on internet plan, I’ve also ditched my mobile WiFi device and have been using the iPhone 5’s personal hotspot feature to allow my laptop to access the internet. But even with the relatively fast LTE speeds I’ve been […]
Smartphone users can basically be divided into two main camps – the iOS camp and the Android camp. You would think that it’s all just a matter of mobile phone operating system preference, and that at the core of usability, both camps use their phones the same way. But an interesting survey made by Experian […]