20 January 2016 5By Rene RitchieThe updated GarageBand for iPhone and iPad makes it easier than ever to let loose your musical genius!
The latest version of GarageBand — 2.1 for those of you keeping track at home — brings a bevy of new features to iPhone and iPad, including Live Loops, Drummer, and more...
20 January 2016 5By Harish JonnalagaddaAirmail for Mac has picked up an update to version 2.6, featuring a redesigned menu, ability to defer emails, a utility that lets you resize attachment images, and more.
20 January 2016By Harish JonnalagaddaApple has a strong retail presence in India through franchisee-owned stores, but the manufacturer has signified its intentions to launch the Apple Retail Store in the country.
19 January 2016By Joseph KellerEvery week, the iTunes Store adds new movies and TV content to its catalog. This week, get Suffragette, deals on comedies with great iTunes Extras, and discounts on TV movies.
19 January 2016 16By Rich StevensEd: 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: Just Add Wheels
19 January 2016 48By Rene RitchieSince Apple switched from glass to aluminum backplates in 2012, the iPhone couldn't offer wireless inductive charging. That's because it wasn't technologically possible to do wireless charging through metal. Now it is. So, could we see wireless charging with the iPhone 7?
19 January 2016 3By Jared DiPaneVerizon has announced that it is now ready to begin beta testing its sponsored data service, called FreeBee Data. The carrier will be offering two different service models, one being per gigabyte, the other per click.
19 January 2016 2By Rich EdmondsA new investigation has claimed that Apple is not doing enough to tackle child labor. It's reported by charity Amnesty that cobalt, a component used to make lithium-ion batteries in smartphones, is being mined by children as young as seven.