26 min ago
Dropbox will now let you comment on shared files on the web
Dropbox has made collaborating on shared documents easier with the introduction of comments.
While Dropbox for Business early access users have been able to comment on documents since late March, the company has now made this ability available to all users. Comments are available for any file stored in Dropbox.
54 min ago
The full version of Double Fine's Broken Age is now available on Mac and iPad
Double Fine has released the long-awaited followup to their adventure game Broken Age, with the full game now available on both Mac and iPad.
The first part of Broken Age debuted last year. It's the latest effort from the folks at Double Fine and Tim Schafer, the designer behind classics such as Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle.
56 min ago
Apple Watch FAQ: All your questions answered!
You've got Apple Watch questions — we've got Apple Watch answers!
Whether it's what the Apple Watch can do, how you'll be able to wear it, where you'll be able to buy it, how it works when you're not around your phone, or anything else you can imagine, iMore is here to answer anything you might want to know.
Whether you're considering getting a Watch, curious about Apple's newest gadget, or just want to try one on in stores, here's everything you need to know about the Apple Watch.
57 min ago
Seidio SURFACE Cases for iPhone 6 are on sale for $16.95 today
The SURFACE Case is the ultimate low-profile iPhone 6 hard cover; combining a super-slim design with a protective outer shell. The exterior features a soft coating that provides additional grip to help prevent drops, too. Choose your favorite color and save 43%
1 hour ago
Comic: Apple Watch — it's too soon to tell
Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: It's Too Soon to Tell
1 hour ago
Sprint's new promotion cuts its monthly tablet data plan by 50 percent for six months
Sprint is launching a new promotion that will cut its monthly tablet data by 50 percent.
The promotional deal is for customers who buy a new tablet and activate or upgrade to a new smartphone at the same time. The offer is available via Sprint's retail stores from now until June 11.
1 hour ago
Indie dev interested in bettering business? Get your Release Notes tickets now!
A conference focused on building successful businesses for indie Apple developers.
Release Notes takes place October 21 to 23, 2015 in Indianapolis, Indiana. There will be talks from great speakers like our own Georgia Dow as well as Jim Dalrymple, Myke Hurley, Jean McDonald, and many, many more. There will be networking, facilitated by hosts Charles Perry and Joe Cieplinski. And most of all, there will be fun. The kind that leaves you better off than when you arrived.
2 hours ago
How to rename your Apple Watch
By default your Apple Watch is named [Your Name's] Apple Watch. And defaults are boring.
If you want to give your Apple Watch more pizazz and personality, you can easily change its default name to something... with more pizazz and personality. Maybe you want to name it after a favorite character or setting, or according to a special system. Whatever it is, you can change your Apple Watch's name as easily as you can change your iPhones. Here's how!
2 hours ago
Show your Classic Mac love with this custom pen holder
Want to show off your affection for classic Mac designs and iconography? This 3D-printed pen holder is just the ticket.
Ask fans of old-school Macs what a desk accessory is, and they'll tell you it's software designed to run on the classic Mac OS. But this desk accessory is a real thing that sits on your desk and looks retro-cool in the process.
2 hours ago
Save 20% on iPhone and iPad accessories this week at iMore!
Spring is in full swing, and popular devices like the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPad mini are still filling the hands of many users out there. And, with new devices come new accessories.
This week, the fine folks at the iMore Store are offering 20% off everything in store, so that you can grab the perfect case, charger, screen protector, or vehicle mount for your new device.
To save 20% on your entire cart, simply use coupon code SPRING15 at checkout. You'll want to get your shopping in soon, though, because this sale is only happening until midnight, May 2.
Let's go shopping!
3 hours ago
How to clean up your Mac's Bluetooth menu
Is your Mac's Bluetooth menu a mess of devices you no longer use? You can clean it up almost instantly!
Bluetooth makes it easy to connect external devices like speakers, mice, keyboards, even printers and other computers. If your Bluetooth menu is a mess and you'd like to clean it up, here's an easy way.
3 hours ago
T-Mobile added 1.8 million new customers in Q1 2015
T-Mobile today released the company's earnings report for Q1 2015, announcing continued positive growth for the first quarter of the year.
5 hours ago
We're going to need a bigger Friends interface...
Friends is a new communications interface on Apple Watch, important enough that it's assigned to a single press of the Side button.
Laid out like a clock, you have twelve Friends slots — one for each hour position — that you can assign to your contacts on the Apple Watch and cycle through using the Digital Crown. Apple offers to populate Friends with your iPhone Favorites during set up, but you can easily assign or reassign Friends at any point using the Apple Watch for iPhone app. While the clock position interface is fun, and twelve sounds like a lot, the limitations can assert themselves quickly and... awkwardly.
12 hours ago
How to use Do Not Disturb on your Apple Watch
Unlike Mute, Do Not Disturb turns of both sounds and taps on your Apple Watch.
The idea of Do Not Disturb, as the name suggests, is to keep your Apple Watch collecting notifications without actually notifying you. That might sound strange, but if you're asleep, in a meeting, at the movies, or otherwise at a time and place where you don't want noise or haptics to bother you, but you don't want a list of everything you might have missed in the meantime, Do Not Disturb will do exactly that.
13 hours ago
Tim Cook on why online cost breakdowns are bull$#!+
You see them after every Apple product launch — "breakdowns" of how much someone thinks the raw parts cost.
We've been ignoring them for a while now because, taken to the most ridiculous of extremes, they're kind of like saying a human life is only worth the price of the water and minerals that make it up. The "bill of materials" or BOM, though, even in the rare cases where those parts are properly identified and priced, only tells part of the story. Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, just said as much during the Q2 2015 conference call.
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