John Kheit received his Apple Watch Edition Series 2—the new one made from Ceramic—and shared his unboxing experience. Unlike the ones shown during Apple’s September 7th media event, the $1,299 Apple Watch Edition Series 2 comes with a light gray band. Check out the full video to see what else ships in the box.
In this unboxing video, John Kheit shows us what comes with iPhone 7 Plus. He compares it to the iPhone 6s Plus, and you also get a bit of a look at his under-the-desk Mac display, part of his multi-display setup that is a tad nuts.
On the morning of September 16th, John Martellaro went into his local Apple store, having pre-ordered on Sep 9th, to trade-in an iPhone 6s and pick up his new iPhone 7 (black/128). The experience wasn’t what he was expecting, but it all worked out in the end.
You don’t need to be running the latest and greatest hardware to upgrade to iOS 10, but that doesn’t mean you’ll get all of iOS 10’s great new features, either. Here are some of the big features you’ll miss out on if you’re running an iPhone 5 or 5c, and why you should still upgrade anyway.
The lock screen in iOS 10 may not seem that different. But Apple added both big and subtle changes that really make a difference, as long as you’re willing to pick up some new habits.
Are you an early HomeKit adopter using a third-gen AppleTV as your hub? If so, you may need to buy some new hardware after upgrading to iOS 10, as the new features in Apple’s home automation and control platform also introduce new compatibility requirements.
Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus may be technological marvels, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t going to occasionally choke and require a forced reboot. With the iPhone 6s and earlier, pressing the Sleep/Wake button along with the Home button did the trick, but not so with the iPhone 7. Read on to learn how to force reboot your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus.
What’s inside an iPhone 7 Plus? A lot, it turns out, including space for a headphone jack. Jim Tanous from TekRevue joins Jeff Gamet to dive inside Apple’s latest iPhone model, plus they respond to listener comments.
One of the most important features in iOS 10 has nothing to do with fancy iMessages, TouchID, or interactive notifications. It’s about saving lives. Lots of lives. You can now register to be an organ donor in just minutes, directly from your iPhone. Here’s how it works.
If you’re on the hunt for a portable iPhone charger and on-the-go battery pack, why not combine the two? That’s what Uiee did with its MFi certified Lightning Portable Battery & Wall Charger. The all-in-one includes a retractable Lightning cable, fold away outlet prong, and a 1050 mAh battery so you can juice up your iPhone with or without a power outlet nearby. Uiee’s Portable Battery & Wall Charger is regularly priced at US$29.99, but you can get one for $21.99 (that’s 26% off) with today’s TMO Deal.
Good news, T-Mobile users. Apple has a fix out for the iOS 10 bug that knocked some iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPhone SE users off the carrier’s network.
The iPhone 7 is already on sale in the Asia-Pacific region, and the iFixit team was on hand to rip one apart. The iPhone 7 Plus teardown reveals a number of notable differences compared to the 6s, including some interesting choices for the space formerly occupied by the headphone jack.
Instead of using Twitter to complain about tonight’s Thursday Night Football matchup between the Buffalo Bills and NY Jets, you can actually watch the entire game for free. Here’s how to stream tonight’s game via the Twitter website or the Twitter app on your fourth-gen Apple TV.
Mili’s iData Pro makes it easy to boost your iPhone or iPad’s storage, and it keeps your data secure, too. It connects to your iOS device’s Lightning port and can hold 64GB worth of movies, music, and photos so you don’t have to pack as much into your built-in memory. The iData Pro also sports Touch ID security to keep your files safe from prying eyes. It’s usually priced at US$99.99, but you can grab one for $74.99 (that’s 24% off) with today’s TMO deal.
It took two hours, but John Martellaro finally got his original Apple Watch upgraded to watchOS 3. Here are some of the things he liked most about this version. Plus, he discovered a nice trick when it comes to changing watch faces with a swipe.