A recent video of Steve Jobs talking about corporate leadership and product vision has reawakened a debate about Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Want to cancel a subscription to a streaming service, like CBS All Access, in iTunes? You need to go digging, but it’s possible.
Whenever Jeff Butts reads a headline of such ill-conceived nonsense, he cringes in fear of an angel losing her wings or a kitten dying.
It’s not just an Apple problem, but it definitely bears some investigation and consideration.
Apple acquired the company earlier this year, so we don’t know if iOS 11 already makes use of this technology, or if it will come in a future version of iOS and the photos app.
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to sort out 4K upscaling and what it means for Apple TV streaming movies, plus they look at Tim Cook’s role as Apple’s leader.
Apple has updated its privacy page with new information and product images. First launched in 2015, Apple shares how the company manages the privacy of its customers.
Get ready for a slew of reports saying the iPhone 8 Plus is Apple’s Galaxy Note 7 because reports of swelling batteries are coming out of Taiwan.
We have a deal on Postbox, an email client for Mac or Windows. It allows you to access all your accounts from one place. It’s $29.99 through us.
If analyst reports are right, only a lucky few will get an iPhone X on November 3rd. Everyone else will have to wait months—not weeks—to get theirs.
The demand for 4K movies has brought about the business of upscaling 2K movies to 4K and marketing them as 4K. Should we care?
I want to love these headphones so much, but a couple of problems might make you think twice about pulling the trigger on the investment.
Google Drive already worked Files in iOS 11, but thanks to a fresh update it now fully supports the app’s interface.
Too many buttons, you might say, but each one in the watchOS 4 Control Center serves a very important purpose.
Olloclip announced Thursday that its popular lens kits (and cases) for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus work out of the box with iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus. “This includes compatibility with the Core Lens, Active Lens, Macro Pro Lens and special edition Filmer’s Kit,” the company said. Olloclip makes some of our favorite iPhone lenses, with the Core Lens Kit priced at $99.99. All of the kits are available now.
If you decide macOS High Sierra isn’t for you and want to reinstall Sierra from the App Store, good luck because it isn’t there.
Mpowered launched Build Your Own Luci kits for EdTech and STEM education market this week. These kits allow kids to build their own solar lights from a kit. That kit comes with “three modular disks, a transparent cover, two USB cables, a whole bunch of LEDs and an activities booklet.” It’s designed to teach kids scientific principles while building their own solar lights—customizable solar lights at that! The booklet includes guided activities and instructions, and I think this is super awesome nifty keen. The kits are $34.95 and are available now. The video below starts out with some fun kid stuff, but at the 1 minute mark it gets to the kit.
In an interview with Billboard, Apple executive Jimmy Iovine also said that even though Apple Music and music streaming are growing, it “isn’t in the right place” yet.
Apple has released an update today on its disaster relief efforts. Over US$13 million has been raised to help provide shelter, food, clean water, and other services for communities affected by hurricanes Irma and Harvey. And US$1 million has been raised for Puerto Rico. Apple employees volunteered with storm preparations and recovery efforts in Texas, Florida, and Mexico. In Texas, employees shared their homes with displaced families. In Mexico, employees handed out food to soldiers and others in need. And after the storms, Apple Stores were open to everyone in need of Wi-Fi, smartphone charging, and other volunteer efforts. Apple is also making it easy to donate through the App Store and iTunes Store. Donations by employees to certain charities are being matched by the company two to one.