41 min ago
Apple releases new iPhone 5s ad, showing just how powerful the device is
Apple has released a new advertisement for the iPhone 5s. While mobile devices are mainly viewed as personal toys as well as mobile phones, this new video shows how the iPhone 5s is utilized in numerous professional and personal situations, including both medical and fire-fighter careers, to aid said folk with their life changing work.
7 hours ago
New Apple ad shows Siri does not understand Beats
Now that Apple has closed its acquisition of Beats, the iPhone-maker has released its first ad highlighting products from both brands. In a new 30-second spot, Apple is showing the Beats Pill Bluetooth speaker working together with Siri.
12 hours ago
How to use speak auto-text for visual accessibility on iPhone and iPad
iOS has a lot of great accessibility options for those with visual impairments and one of the most convenient ones is the speak auto-text feature. Once activated, your iPhone or iPad will speak any auto-corrections or auto-capitalizations to you before they happen. Auto-correct doesn't always get it right and speak auto-text can help you catch errors before you hit the send button!
12 hours ago
Court approves Apple's $450 million e-book settlement
13 hours ago
Beats Music boss reportedly tapped to run iTunes Radio
Ian Rogers, who heads up the Beats Music subscription service, will reportedly now run iTunes Radio for Apple. Apple's acquisition of Beats is now complete, with Apple officially welcoming the Beats team to the company this morning. Rogers will apparently remain in charge of Beats Music as well, managing all of Apple's music streaming efforts, according to the Wall Street Journal:
13 hours ago
Unlock your phone legally starting today
President Obama will today sign a bill into law that will allow American citizens to legally unlock their phones in order to take them to another cellular carrier, either in the United States or abroad. The President announced his intent to sign the bill last week. The new law is only a temporary measure, and is only valid until 2015.
15 hours ago
Kids projects: Make rookie cards for your team on your iPhone or iPad
While school might take a break for the summer, sports do anything but. From little league to soccer practice, gymnastics to judo, tennis to skating — we have indoor rinks! — there are all sorts of sports, team and solo, for kids to have fun with, get healthy doing, and learn valuable skills from. And what better way to keep hold of those memories and share them with teammates and classmates alike than with rookie cards of their very own? If you're looking for a great summer project for the kids — or the kids of all ages, adult-leaguers — then get your iPhone and iPad ready. Here come the cards!
16 hours ago
How to replace a blown earpiece in an iPhone 5c
If callers on the other end sound distorted on your iPhone 5c or you can't hear them at all, it's possible you have a blown or defective earpiece. If you aren't fully covered by Apple Care or that isn't an option in your country, performing an iPhone repair on your own is always an option. Luckily, an earpiece replacement isn't difficult and costs a tiny fraction of what a new iPhone would cost you.
16 hours ago
Yes, Facebook was down, you're not alone
Update: It appears that access to Facebook is back up for both the web and the iPhone and iPad apps. You are now free to carry on with your day.
It appears that Facebook's newest feature is "being offline". Attempts to visit the social network right now are being thwarted by a lack of stuff to load, from a "network error" alert with no new content in the iPhone and iPad apps to a failure to an apology of "Sorry, something went wrong" in browsers. Let us know, is Facebook down for you too?
17 hours ago
Best messaging apps for iPad: How to instantly connect with anyone, from anywhere!
If you're looking for the best iPad apps to help you stay in contact with the people you care about most, messaging apps are the best option. Even though every iPad comes equipped with iMessage, that doesn't mean everyone you know has access to iMessage, and since you can't send regular texts on an iPad, you'll have to turn to other messaging apps in order to contact friends and family. Luckily there are lots of App Store apps that make messaging people anywhere in the world, on any platform, incredibly easy. We just have one thing left to figure out, what are the absolute best options when it comes to messaging apps for iPad?
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