12 min ago
Follow @iMore on Twitter for everything Apple!
If Twitter is where you hang your social hashtags, we've got two great ways for you to stay up to date with iMore!
For those who prefer a carefully curated experience, we have the main @iMore account. It brings you the very best of our original content — features, editorials, opinions, reviews, guides, and the most important news. It won't flood your feed, but it will make sure you know about everything that matters.
For those who want absolutely every story we publish everyday, we have the @iMore_firehose account. It will bring you every story, including every bit of news we link to from morning to noon to night. It'll make sure your feed always has the latest and the greatest updates.
3 hours ago
Snag the CarPlay compatible Pioneer AVH-4100NEX for just $570 from Amazon
Amazon currently has a pretty good deal going on the recently-released CarPlay-sporting Pioneer AVH-4100NEX — dropping the price of the unit to just $569.95.
While the unit carries an MSRP of $700, Amazon's deal marks it down from its previous list price of $849.99. While it's still a tad expensive, the discount makes it a bit easier to get some CarPlay into your vehicle.
3 hours ago
Learn how to automate your Mac
Do the same things over and over again on your Mac? Apple's Automator can help.
If you've ever taken stock of the factory-installed apps included on your Mac, you've probably seen Automator but you may have never used it. What exactly is Automator and what can it do?
4 hours ago
How to sign up for, send, and receive Snapcash with Snapchat
Snapchat has partnered with Square to make sending secure cash payments to your friends just as easy as sending a photo.
To get started with Snapcash you'll need to be 18 or older and have a US issued debit card. Once you link your debit card information to your Snapchat account, you're ready to start sending and receiving Snapcash! Follow along and we'll walk you through the entire process of how to link your information and how to make sure it stays secure.
4 hours ago
Tim Cook speaks out against controversial bills in Indiana, Arkansas
Tim Cook isn't just Apple's CEO, he's increasingly the company's and the industry's voice for inclusivity and equality.
As such, it should come as no surprise that Tim Cook has taken to Twitter to speak out on the potentially discriminatory new legislation being proposed and passed in Arkansa and Indiana.
4 hours ago
Loop Magazine goes all in on Apple Watch
Jim Dalrymple has put together a special edition of The Loop Magazine focused completely on the Apple Watch.
Both Peter Cohen and I have pieces in it, as do many others. If you're interested in the Apple Watch, and if you're reading this, you likely are, you owe it to yourself to check out the issue.
5 hours ago
Slack launches two-factor authentication following unauthorized database access
Slack has enabled two-factor authorization for users, following unauthorized access to their database which stores user profile information.
Slack had the database which stores user profile information accessed without authorization, and to ensure account security they have rolled out two-factor authorization for all accounts. A very small number of accounts were found to be affected by suspicious activity, and Slack has already reached out to those users.
6 hours ago
This is how Wunderlist designed its app for the Apple Watch
Wunderlist's head of design, Ben Lehnert, has gone into detail about how the company designed its app for the Apple Watch.
Not wanting to try and fit everything from the desktop and mobile apps onto the Apple Watch, the Wunderlist team decided to only implement those features that were extremely relevant to users.
6 hours ago
The part of Apple TV experience that really sucks
The Apple TV channel authorization experience is horrible, and it's all the content providers' fault.
Setting up an Apple TV for basic streaming and iTunes access is ridiculously easy: Plug it in, turn it on, then hold your iPhone or iPad to the top of the Apple TV. The Apple TV copies Wi-Fi and iTunes account information from the iOS device and you're off and running. When it comes time to watch stuff from cable channels, however, the setup process becomes a nightmare.
7 hours ago
Vine now supports 720p video viewing and uploads from the iPhone
Vine now supports higher-resolution 720p video uploads from the iPhone.
Vine announced the new higher-resolution videos in a blog post, adding that they will be viewable on their iOS and Android apps "over the coming days".
8 hours ago
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus review: Six months later
It's been six months since we published our original iPhone 6 review and iPhone 6 Plus review, and ninety days since we revisited it in our three months later review.
We've now lived with Apple's big and bigger new iPhones for a half a year. We've taken a ton of pictures. We've pushed the Apple A8 processor and we've charged and discharged the battery over and over again. We've kept them in our pockets and we've dropped them on our floors. We've roamed with them. We've talked to and with them. And we've stared at their screens. A lot. As such, we've had time to evolve our initial thoughts and feelings. And that means it's time to take one more look at the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, iMore roundtable, six months later…
9 hours ago
How do I get rid of "xfinitywifi?"
Comcast may be using your home router to broadcast a public wi-fi hotspot. Find out what that means, and how to get rid of it.
There are a lot of Comcast cable modems leased by residential and business customers. Millions, in fact. In 2014 Comcast created a public network on many of them called "xfinitywifi." If you're a Comcast customers, you can use this public hotspot to sign in — using your own comcast.net e-mail address — to access the Internet. The network has confused and worried some of our readers, however. If you're one of them, here's what you need to know.
10 hours ago
Instapaper 6.2 adds speed reading, instant syncing, and faster saving
Instapaper for iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 6.2. The new version adds speed reading, faster syncing, and a new way to share on Twitter.
10 hours ago
Napkin, the best annotation app for Mac, just got better!
Forget Skitch: My favorite screenshot annotation app is Aged and Distilled's Napkin.
Not only does Napkin let you annotate single screenshots, but you can also arrange multiple Retina-quality screenshots on a single canvas and export them accordingly. That might sound like niche software, but it's essential for those of us who need to annotate screenshots for articles, books, interface review, and other jobs involving design or production. Its latest updated, version 1.5, adds a bunch of must-have annotation features including redacting images, cropping them, and new arrow and fill shape styles.
10 hours ago
Mobile Nations Community Update, March 2015
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