34 min ago
These ultra-thin hard cases for iPhone 6 are 36% off today
Lightweight and durable, the Feather Case for iPhone 6 is engineered to provide inconspicuous protection. The snap-on application allows for quick installation when needed and its soft touch finish provides a comfortable grip in the hand. Available in 8 colors and is only $15.95 today!
39 min ago
Lowdown 2.0 helps you better organize your meetings
Lowdown for Meetings, an iPhone app that helps you organize the information for your meetings, has launched version 2.0. There have been a number of improvements and changes to make sure that you're better prepared for your next meeting.
1 hour ago
Your typical mobile gamer today spends two hours every day face-down in a tablet
A new survey of mobile gamers conducted by the NPD Group says that they are playing, on average, over two hours a day on their devices. The survey, conducted in late 2014, indicates a 57% increase in the average play time for mobile gamers, compared to just 80 minutes a day in 2012.
2 hours ago
Take control of Trello notifications with Sunrise Calendar for iPhone and iPad
Sunrise Calendar isn't a replacement calendar app for me. That spot is currently occupied by Fantastical 2 on both my iPhone and my iPad. Sunrise Calendar is, however, a very important part of my workflow — it's my notification system for Trello. Yes, Sunrise Calendar is better at notifying me about Trello — the workflow management tool we use at iMore — that Trello itself. That alone makes Sunrise Calendar indispensable to me.
3 hours ago
Never mind the Apple Watch: Where's Apple Glass?
Wearables. We hear a lot about wearables, and Apple's staged to make a big entrance in 2015 with the release of the Apple Watch. In the interim, other companies are making plays in another segment of the wearables market: glasses. Google may have gone to ground for a bit to rework its Glass product, but Microsoft is charging full speed ahead with HoloLens and Facebook last year acquired Oculus VR, makers of the Rift headset. Where's Apple in all this?
4 hours ago
How to get your Android music onto iPhone
More people than ever are switching to iPhone, or are seriously considering making the move, and one of the things you'll want to bring with you is any music or audio you've been listening to on your old Android phone. Apple has been providing the best audio frameworks in the industry for years, and as such you'll find tons of great apps that utilize it within the App Store — including Google's! — to make switching your music and audio to a new device incredibly easy. Here's what works best!
12 hours ago
Keep calm, Photos for Mac still on
Apple's Photos for Mac was for shown off last summer at WWDC 2014 but isn't scheduled to ship until "early 2015". Apple hasn't said anything more specific about the schedule than that, but today some concern arose when people realized that, at some point, information about Photos for Mac had disappeared from Apple.com. So, what's going on?
13 hours ago
Universal confirms full cast for Steve Jobs biopic
While there's nothing shocking to come out of this, Universal Pictures has officially detailed the full cast of the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic in a press release today. The release basically confirms previous reports that the film will star Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs, alongside Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak, and Jeff Daniels as John Sculley.
14 hours ago
YouTube now defaulting to HTML5 video
YouTube is now defaulting to HTML5 video, which if you've been following the evolution of the technology for a while is pretty much the angel opening the seventh seal on Flash.
16 hours ago
This is Tim: Cook on Apple's record 2015 first quarter
Ed: Tim Cook spoke at length during today's 2015 Q1 financial call on Apple's historic numbers, the billionth iOS device sold, and so much more. Here's a transcript of his opening remarks as well as his answers to questions from analysts.
17 hours ago
Mac sales continue to kick the PC market's ass
Apple's report for its Q1 2015 fiscal quarter was astonishing for its iPhone numbers alone: 74.5 million units sold, its highest quarter ever. But Mac sales were also astonishing: 5.519 million units, the best Mac results for a holiday quarter ever.
17 hours ago
More Android users are switching to iPhone than at any point previously measured
18 hours ago
Tim Cook: Apple Watch will ship in April
As part of Apple's Q1 2015 conference call, Tim Cook announced that the Apple Watch would be shipping this April. That's in keeping with Apple's previously announced "early 2015" timeframe. (Cook explained Apple sees January to April as "early", May to August as "mid", and September to December as "late".)
From our Apple Q1 2015 transcript:
18 hours ago
Highlights from Apple's Q1 2015 conference call
Apple has just announced record breaking results for Q1 2015 — 74.5 million iPhones, 21.4 million iPads, 5.5 million Macs sold, $74.6 billion in revenue — and now it's time to sit back, relax, and listen to their quarterly conference call. Apple's CEO, Tim Cook and CFO, Luca Maestri should be running the call. We'll update this post every few minutes with highlights, so refresh as the mood strikes you.
18 hours ago
AT&T reports Q4 2014 results: 1.9 million net adds, $34.4 billion in revenue
AT&T has reported its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2014 today. Combining its wireless and wireline businesses the company brought in revenue of $132.4 billion on the year, with $34.4 billion in the fourth quarter alone — up 3.8 percent over the same quarter a year ago. Additionally, the company reported that, after compensating for a 77 cent per share loss because of various charges, earnings per share were up to 55 cents compared to 53 cents for the same quarter last year.
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