35 min ago
How to connect your Mac to the TV: Apple TV, HDMI, and more!
At some point or another, you're bound to want to send the video on your Mac to your television. There's certainly more than one way to do that, so let's take a look at how you can!
5 hours ago
Apple's new 'Free on iTunes' section features music and full-length TV episodes
Apple has created a new section on the iTunes Store called "Free on iTunes" which lists music and full length TV show episodes that users can download for free. The section currently includes 16 singles from the likes of Machine Head, Rogue Wave, Asking Alexandria, Nude Beach and more, as well as select full-length episodes from shows such as 12 Monkeys, Backstrom, The Musketeers and more.
15 hours ago
Tweetbot for Mac currently unavailable from the Mac App Store
Tweetbot for Mac, one of the more popular Twitter apps for OS X, is currently unavailable from the Mac App Store. That's led to some speculation about what might have happened. Since there's been no official word Twitter or from the developer, Tapbots as to cause, any and all of it remains just that: speculation.
17 hours ago
How to sync bookmarks, notes, and collections with iBooks for iPhone, iPad, and Mac
In addition to letting you buy and read ebooks, iBooks lets you make notes, highlight text, save bookmarks, and even organize your books and PDFs into collections. iBooks syncs all this data between all your iPhones, iPads, and Macs so you see the same thing across all your devices. However, if you find that iBooks isn't syncing your data like it should, here's how to enable it!
19 hours ago
Rocket Cars: 8 tips, hints, and cheats to race faster!
Rocket Cars is a new racing game that lets you play through over 50 tracks in 5 different game modes. Strap rockets to your car or blast dynamite at your opponents in order to conquer each challenge. Along the way you'll have to decide what equipment and cars to upgrade. To do so you'll have to use your in-game coins, or shell out some real money to compensate. If the last part just isn't how you race, follow along for some Rocket Cars tips, hints, and cheats that won't leave you grabbing for your wallet!
20 hours ago
Last chance to back Lucidream eXo-Skelton case for iPhone!
There is absolutely no truth to the rumor that I'm linking to the Lucidream eXo-Skelton case for iPhone on Kickstarter because it looks like Krull's throwing blade. Nope. None. But it so totally does! There's a lot more to it than that, though...
21 hours ago
These iPhone 6 skin cases have been marked down to $5.95 today in every color!
The Amzer Silicone Skin Case is made out of 100% premium silicone and is a great, lightweight option for protecting your iPhone 6. The durable silicone absorbs any shock you may receive from any accidental drops, keeping it just like new. The easy-grip exterior gives you a sure and lasting grip, too!
23 hours ago
Comics and columns and podcasts, oh hi!
The only constant at iMore is change. Go ahead, make your name jokes. I'll wait. All done? Okay. So the new year means new features here. Some of them you've seen already and some more are coming in February and beyond. So what's here and what's near?
1 day ago
Apple's TestFlight winning over devs and testers
Last year Apple bought TestFlight, the popular beta distribution app, and relaunched it WWDC 2014 in a more focused, integrated form, but one that also required App Store approval for major feature changes. Since then developers and testers alike have been trying it out. The verdict so far?
1 day ago
Secret Siri commands: Twelve cool questions you can ask right now!
Siri launched in 2011 and can now be found on all modern iPhones and iPads. It's a virtual digital assistant that uses natural language voice control and sequential inference to listen to what you want and provide the best possible information or answer it can provide. It can help you stay connected, organize your life, and get thing done both professional and personal. It can also do a lot of cool tricks... all you have to do is know what to ask!
1 day ago
Comic: An elegant computer for a more civilized age
Happy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy.
1 day ago
DIY: How to make an awesome wall collage using your Instagram photos!
DIY, short for "do it yourself", is a weekly column where I roll up my sleeves and go over everything and anything from field-stripped and fixing your out-of-warranty iPhone or iPad to fun projects you can do with apps, family, and friends.
Post lots of photos on Instagram? Ever think how cool it would be to turn all of your different photos into an awesome in-real-life collage to hang in your home? I recently decided I wanted to do just that with some of our vacation photos. After a quick web search, however, I realized the selection of free templates to choose from is rather dismal. That's when I decided to make my own customizable template. Follow along for cool, free downloadable templates and complete step by step instructions to get your Instagram collage up on your wall in no time!
1 day ago
Scoop up these iPhone 5/5S hard cases on the cheap today—only $6.95
This lightweight hard shell case features impact resistance in an extremely slim profile design, showcasing your iPhone 5's form and style. The back has a unique texture that's easy to grip and looks great, too! Choose your favorite color and save 65%
1 day ago
iMore show 440: 8-bit Rich
The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode Apple logos at the State of the Union and Windows Events, rumors of an Apple stylus pen, more selfies! and iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone 6c future talk! With Serenity Caldwell, Ally Kazmucha, Rene Ritchie, and guest Rich Stevens!
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1 day ago
The history of the video game cartridge
For decades, the video game cartridge was the staple of home video game play, and even a vital component of many early home computer systems. Interestingly, the companies that developed the first videogame cartridge and brought it to market are largely a forgotten footnote in the annals of early game development. Writing for Fast Company, Benj Edwards has documented the early days of cartridge development at Alpex and Fairchild:
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