15 min ago
House of Cards season 3 now available, here's how to watch on your Apple devices
Netflix's House of Cards has returned for its third season. All thirteen episodes of the season were pushed live at 12:01 a.m. PST, and are available to subscribers through Netflix's site, as well as its mobile apps.
19 min ago
Mobile Nations Community Update, February 2015
31 min ago
Here's what to expect from Apple's March 9 event
What's up with Apple's March 9 event? The iMore crew weighs in on what we expect to see the company unveil.
When CEO Tim Cook teased that the company considers "Early" to be the first four months of the year, most expected Apple's next big thing to appear sometime in April. But joke's on us: Apple's March 9 "Spring Forward" event looks likely to properly debut the Apple Watch a month prior to the media's arbitrary April deadline.
Rene Ritchie and I will be on hand at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco to provide color commentary and covetous glances for whatever comes out of Apple's March 9 event; you can additionally watch starting at 10AM PT/1PM ET from the comfort of your own living room, courtesy of Apple's live stream.
Before we hop a plane to San Francisco, however, the iMore staff decided to sit down and chat a little bit about what we expect to see on the Yerba Buena stage in ten days.
1 hour ago
Ericsson escalates Apple patent dispute, seeks iPhone sales ban in US
Just when you thought there would be the possibility of patent battles being a thing of the past, Apple has found itself caught up in a suit with Ericsson. The latter company has filed seven new lawsuits in a US court and is seeking the International Trade Commission to block sales of Apple products in the US market.
1 hour ago
iPad Air: My constant companion
My iPad Air has become an almost constant companion. I've been around computers most of my adult life but the iPad is the first computer that's ever really felt part of my life.
My mom is a retired university and elementary school teacher. She's had an iMac for years, received her first iPad in 2011, now has an iPhone and Apple TV as well, and is looking forward to adding an Apple Watch to her setup this April. Since the iPad has replaced the Mac as her primary computing device, she thought it might be interesting to explain how and why. Needless to say, we agreed immediately. — Rene
I wake up early and, as I am retired, I can afford to spend the first couple of hours curled up reading the news on my iPad. I've collected several newspaper apps, including the Montreal Gazette, La Presse, and the New York Times that let me stay informed in two languages and across two countries.
I sometimes also catch up on television using the CBC, CTV, or Global apps. I especially enjoy that I can immediately check on people and facts mentioned in the articles or on the shows. The Safari browser and Google search engine are only ever a click and a tap away.
1 hour ago
Hot Mac game roundup 2015
Dozens of Mac games are out now and coming soon that will keep you glued to your screen. Here they are.
2 hours ago
Apple seeking hardware engineers to work on virtual reality
Apple has published new job listings that show an interest in developing virtual reality hardware - though the company has already made moves with the acquisition of PrimeSense back in 2013. As spotted by 9to5Mac, the first of the two new job openings for senior display software engineers would see applicants:
2 hours ago
Go walletless with your iPhone 6 and the CandyShell Card
Looking to go walletless with the iPhone 6 and Apple Pay? This iPhone case can help!
One of the iPhone 6's key features is Apple Pay, which lets you effortlessly buy things using nothing more than Touch ID. But there are still times you might need a physical credit card, your ID or insurance card. To get the best of both worlds, pick up Speck's CandyShell Card case for iPhone 6 (also available for iPhone 6 Plus).
3 hours ago
Best widgets for iPhone
Today view puts widgets right in Notification Center where you can access them from anywhere on your iPhone with a single swipe!
Because widgets are so accessible, they make it easy for you to check the latest news or sports scores, check your reminders or delivery status, make some calculations or swap clipboards. Unlike notifications, widgets are always there, right in the Today view of Notification Center, ready and waiting for whenever you need them. All you have to do is enable them and you're on you're way.
So, which widgets are the very best? Which widgets should you enable right now?
14 hours ago
Pebble SDK 3.0 developer preview released with support for Pebble Time features
Hot on the heels of the launch of its highly successful Kickstarter campaign for the Pebble Time, Pebble has just released the first developer preview of the 3.0 update to its SDK which takes advantage of the wearable's new features.
14 hours ago
Here are your 'Spring Forward' wallpapers for iPhone, iPad, and everything else!
17 hours ago
Tapbots announces plans for 2015 including major updates for Tweetbot, Calcbot
Tapbots, developer of popular third-party Twitter client Tweetbot, as well calculator app Calcbot have announced some of their plans for 2015. Updates are coming for both Calcbot and Tweetbot on Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
18 hours ago
Apple hit with second lawsuit over DRM-related patents
Though it won a patent suit against Apple to the tune of $533 million just yesterday, Smartflash LLC is suing the company yet again. The suit involves the very same patents involved in the previous trial, but as applied to devices introduced after the original case started. Additionally, the case alleges that Apple has infringed on four other patents not included in the previous trial.
18 hours ago
And this is how Verizon failed at trolling the Internet
The FCC took a strong step today in ensuring net neutrality. Verizon... threw a childish hissy fit in Morse Code.
If you hadn't heard, the FCC took a historic vote today to reclassify broadband Internet as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act. In plain speech, this gives the FCC the same rights to regulate Internet providers as it currently does phone companies. This also means that the FCC is now also allowed to impose those net neutrality rules it proposed earlier this month.
Now, even with today's events, the net neutrality fight is far from over: Undoubtedly there will be lawsuits and challenges from broadband companies to try and get the courts to overturn the FCC vote.
But the first shot across the bow of the FCC's Title II usage wasn't a subpoena or a lawsuit. Instead, someone at Verizon thought it would be just hilarious to deride the decision with a press release in dahs and dits.
18 hours ago
Web-only iWork apps leave beta, become free for all
Apple is now letting anyone create a free Apple ID on iCloud.com and use Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for free.
This comes just two weeks after the initiative was first rolled out in beta. It lets anyone — Apple device owner or not — create an Apple ID and get 1GB of free iCloud Drive storage that they can use to store documents created by the iWork for iCloud web apps.
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