Is the Apple Watch a Flop? Not So Fast

After a few months on the market, Apple Watch sales in America have dropped 90 percent since April 10, the first day of preorders, according to Slice Intelligence, a research firm that collects and catalogs information on consumers’ online shopping behavior. According to the report, at the start of the preorder phase, Apple was selling […]

Is Your iPhone Randomly Restarting?

There are a growing number of reports emerging at various outlets across that Internet that indicate that many iOS users have begun experiencing random restarts of their iPhones. As you can probably imagine, this is a frustrating issue for owners of Apple’s smartphone, with many going online to seek a solution to the problem. Unfortunately, there […]

Home Sharing Will Return in iOS 9

The recent removal of Home Sharing from the latest version of iOS has sparked some controversy within the Apple community. The popular service that is built into Apple’s mobile operating system allows users to quickly and easily stream their personal libraries of music and videos to various devices throughout their homes without having to store gigabytes […]

How Low Power Mode in iOS 9 Will Save Your Battery

When Apple announced iOS 9 a few weeks back they gave us a tantalizing glimpse at a number of interesting new features. For instance, we got an intriguing look at the new Proactive Assistance functionality, and a solid demo of the upgraded Notes app too. But perhaps the best new feature is one that Apple […]

How Apple Music Plans to Win the Streaming War

Starting tomorrow, music lovers everywhere will finally get a chance to try out Apple’s much-ballyhooed new streaming music service Apple Music. The long-rumored service is now set to go online at long last as the tech giant makes a bid to challenge the likes of Pandora, Spotify, and Rdio. Apple is the newcomer to the streaming audio […]

The 6 Best New Features of iOS 9

Earlier in the week Apple took advantage of the start of 2o15 Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco to take the wraps off a new version of iOS, the mobile operating system that powers the iPhone and iPad. While the software won’t be available to the general public until later this fall, we were able to get a […]

What to Expect at WWDC 2015

Next Monday Tim Cook, along with a number of other Apple execs, will take to the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco to address software developers at the 2015 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The scheduled keynote address – which gets underway promptly at 1:00 PM Eastern time – will be the company’s first opportunity to show […]

Why Did Apple Just Buy an Augmented Reality Company?

While Apple has a reputation for developing excellent hardware and software for use in its products, the tech giant hasn’t been shy about buying smaller companies that can help it achieve its goals either. In recent years there have been a number of acquisitions to help improve Apple Maps for instance, and last year’s $3 billion […]

Is the iPhone 6S Coming in August?

Remember Ming Chi-Kuo? He’s the Apple analyst we told you about awhile back after he made some rather bold predictions about the iPhone 6S. He’s making headlines once again this week following a research note he wrote for KGI Securities, the investment firm that he works for. In the note, Kuo made what could be an even bolder prediction, […]

Apple Analyst Predicts iPhone 6S Features

As summer draws near the iPhone rumor mill is starting to kick into high gear once again. Every year about this time we begin hearing rumblings about what we can expect from Apple’s next generation smartphone, with a number of sources speculating on exactly which features will, or won’t, make it into the final design. […]