11 min ago
Having charging issues with your iPad? Here's how to try and fix them!
If you're experiencing charging issues with your iPad, whether it's an iPad 2 or an iPad Air, you aren't alone. Out of all the mobile devices Apple makes, when it comes to charging issues, the iPad is typically at the top of the list. In some cases the problem is hardware related but in many, it's not. Here are some steps you can take to resolve iPad charging issues before heading out to an Apple Store.
26 min ago
iPhone 5s vs. Amazon Fire Phone: Which should you get?
The iPhone 5s has been on the market for a while now and remains a perennial best seller around the world. The Amazon Fire Phone is brand new, just in the U.S., and only on AT&T at the moment. Both command a premium price. The iPhone has a bleeding edge 64-bit processor, a great camera, Touch ID fingerprint identity sensor, and apps from every major provider, including Apple, Google, and Amazon. The Fire Phone has even more faux-3D than iOS 7, a hardware shopping system in FireFly, a Mayday button for instant help, and last year's chipsets warmed over. So, which one should you buy?
1 hour ago
Apple begins OS X 10.10 Yosemite public beta test
As we reported yesterday, Apple has begun the public beta test for OS X 10.10 Yosemite, as it has invited beta testers to download a build of the next version of its operating system made for its Mac products. Folks who got in – and that should be quite a few, since we just signed up and got in today – can go to the OS X beta portal, sign in and claim their redemption code to snag Yosemite via the Mac App Store.
1 hour ago
New, updated, and discounted apps: Fantastical, Reeder, Together and more!
Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got an update to one of the best calendar apps for iOS, new service sync support in a popular newsreader, a new note tool and more!
2 hours ago
Revolution 60 is delightful kickassary you need to download right now!
Revolution 60 is an Epic Unreal Engine-based game — think Infinity Blade — that puts you in the middle of a cinematic story and lets you kick the absolute ass out of it while ultimately deciding your own destiny. Crafted by Giant SpaceKat, you're put in control of Holiday, an assassin with all shades of attitude, and told to regain control of an orbiting super-weapon. The modeling is gorgeous, the animation delightful, the music engrossing, and the voice acting outstanding. It's obvious every polygon, frame, note, and word had care and concern poured into it. So how's the gameplay?
2 hours ago
Best meditation apps for iPhone: Clear your head and relax better than ever!
From breathing techniques to soothing sounds and music, these are the best meditation apps for iPhone!
Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you relax, track, and make the most out of your meditation time? Sometimes the stresses of our everyday lives can make mental health more important than ever. Even if it's only for 30 minutes, being able to disconnect from our devices and the outside world can help eliminate stress and clear your mind. The App Store is full of apps to help you make the most of every meditation session, but which meditation apps for iPhone are the absolute best?
3 hours ago
The Walking Dead Episode 4, Season 2 shambles onto App Store
The latest episode of Telltale's top-notch zombie apocalypse game, The Walking Dead, is now live on iPhone and iPad. In it you continue guiding the rapidly-maturing Clementine through a series of tough life-and-death decisions, and as always, your decisions stick with you throughout the whole game. We won't spoil any of the story for you, but if you're already caught up, the trailer above should get you excited to get started.
4 hours ago
On iOS, 'backdoors', and the eternal war between security and convenience
Earlier this week forensic researcher Jonathan Zdziarski's work on security exploits in iOS pairing records and potential data leaks in diagnostic services went viral. Unfortunately, it was his slides, which used more provocative language and lacked the context of his talk, and not his pay-walled yet far more understandable journal article, that made the rounds. Tragically, many in the media pounced on the attention-getting potential, posting alarming articles that did nothing but spread fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) to a mainstream customer-base that deserves much, much better. Apple responded with comments to iMore on Monday, and with a Knowledge Base (KB) article on Tuesday. However, there's been no word yet on whether or not the exploits and potential data leaks will be closed and, if they will be, how soon. So, what does it all mean?
4 hours ago
Deal of the Day: RevJams FlipBack Smart Cover for iPhone 5/5S
The FlipBack Cover is the smart and perfect choice for full protection of your device. Its 2 in 1 solution offers the standard protection of a case, plus a flexible cover that protects your iPhone's display and keeps your messages, calls and app updates private. If that's not enough, fold the cover into your own personal viewing stand!
5 hours ago
Modern Combat 5 for iPhone and iPad now available
We got an early look in our Modern Combat 5 review yesterday, and now y'all can get in on the best first-person-shooter to hit iOS in some time. This game rocks top-notch graphics, challenging multiplayer, and action gameplay honed over several generations of the franchise. What's most impressive here is the absolute lack of in-app purchases.
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