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How to set up and use your Apple Watch: The ultimate guide

How to set up and use your Apple Watch: The ultimate guide

Apple Watch will help you stay informed, stay in shape, stay in touch, and more. Once you set it up. The Apple Watch is the most personal computer the company ever made. You wear it on your wrist and it pairs with the iPhone in your pocket or bag. From there it gives you notifications and widget...
Sena Heritage Commuter bag review

Sena Heritage Commuter bag review

Carry up to a 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro in high style with this designer leather bag. Sena makes gorgeous leather cases for the iPhone, and their expertise extends to full-on bags, too. The Heritage Commuter is a leather-clad carrier designed to accommodate up to a 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro,...
Apple loses anti-competitive court case in Taiwan

Apple loses anti-competitive court case in Taiwan

Apple has lost a lawsuit in Taiwan in which the company was accused of engaging in anti-competitive practices. As reported by Reuters, Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission initially levied a fine against Apple due to the company limiting local carriers from setting contract prices, which commission...
Here are all the Macs compatible with OS X El Capitan

Here are all the Macs compatible with OS X El Capitan

Can your Mac run OS X El Capitan? If it's on this list, the answer is yes. The list of Macs that can run the OS X El Capitan beta should look familiar to anyone who's put Yosemite on their Mac. Obviously these system requirements could be subject to change, but right now the list of machines is...
Apple Watch buyers guide

Apple Watch buyers guide

If you're looking to get an Apple Watch but you're not sure which one to get, here's everything you need to know! The Apple Watch is a brand-new product, but it has long established roots both in time-keeping and technology. That makes choosing which one you're going to get — 38mm or 42mm;...
Apple Watch now available at Apple Stores in Australia, U.S. tomorrow

Apple Watch now available at Australian Apple Stores, headed to U.S. stores tomorrow

The Apple Watch is finally headed to Apple retail stores, starting with Australia. If you've been waiting patiently to get your hands on an Apple Watch at a physical Apple retail store, it looks like you shouldn't be waiting too much longer. The wearable is now showing as available for purchase at...
Apple reportedly removes Monster from licensed accessory program following Beats lawsuit

Apple reportedly removes Monster from licensed accessories program following lawsuit against Beats

Apple may have removed Monster from its official MFi accessories program, under which the company made licensed accessories for Apple devices. Monster, the company behind a number of audio hardware accessories, as well as the original hardware partner for Beats headphones, is saying that they have...
Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII will bring its classic RPG gameplay to the iPhone and iPad this summer

Final Fantasy VII will expand to the iPhone and iPad sometime this summer. Widely regarded as one of the best games ever made, Final Fantasy VII will make its way over to the iPhone and iPad sometime this summer. According to Polygon, the reveal was made by Square Enix executive producer Shinji...
BitTorrent Shoot is a quick way to privately share files between mobile devices

BitTorrent Shoot is a quick way to privately share files between mobile devices

BitTorrent Shoot is a new app aimed at helping you easily transfer large files between phones. BitTorrent has released a new app called Shoot that harkens back to the company's file-sharing roots, offering users a way to easily share multiple video and picture files with one another through a...
Apple brings in new contractors to finish Campus 2 project

Apple brings in new contractors to finish Campus 2 project

Apple has indeed replaced the lead contractors on its Campus 2 project, bringing two new companies to fill their roles. As was reported last week Skanska, one of the lead contractors for Apple's Campus 2 construction, has had their contract with Apple cancelled following a failure in negotiations...
Lara Croft Go

Lara Croft GO will combine tomb raiding with puzzles for mobile gamers

Lara Croft GO is coming to mobile devices later this year in a turn-based puzzle game. Lara Croft, the adventurer at the center of the Tomb Raider game franchise, is no stranger to mobile devices. Today, publisher Square Enix announced plans to release Lara Croft GO, and by the looks of the...
New on iTunes: Music from James Taylor, early access to Al Pacino's latest, discounts on hit TV shows

New on iTunes: Music from James Taylor, early access to Al Pacino's latest, discounts on hit TV shows

Every Tuesday, the iTunes Store adds new music, movies, and more to its catalog. This week, we have new music from James Taylor and Nate Ruess, along with early access to Al Pacino's latest film. In new music this week, we have the latest album from James Taylor, Before This World. We've also...
Recap: What we learned from WWDC 2015

Recap: What we learned from WWDC 2015

Sayonara, WWDC. Last week was a fun one for iMore in San Francisco: Between keynotes, sessions, other conferences, and meetups, we got to see a lot of fantastic upcoming features and chat with a lot of great people. Now that our week has drawn to a close, here are our highlights, thoughts, and...
Twitter starts rolling out autoplay videos on the web, iPhone, and iPad

Twitter starts rolling out autoplay videos on the web, iPhone, and iPad

Twitter will roll out autoplay for videos on the web as well as its app for iPhone and iPad. Twitter has announced that video ads, Vines, and GIFs will now be able to play automatically inside tweets. The feature is currently rolling out on both the web and the app for iPhone and iPad. While...
Gruber and Schiller: Our full transcript of The Talk Show at WWDC

Gruber and Schiller: Our full transcript of The Talk Show at WWDC

Read the Gruber/Schiller Talk Show interview in full from last Tuesday. Daring Fireball founder John Gruber sat down with Apple senior vice president of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller at WWDC for a live version of Gruber's podcast The Talk Show. Here, to the best of our ability, is a full...
Father's Day Sale: 20% off iPhone and iPad accessories through June 21

Father's Day Sale: 20% off iPhone and iPad accessories through June 21

Looking for a great way to show the old man some love this year? Or, maybe Dad wants to do some shopping of his own for a brand new case, backup battery or spare charger. Either way you're in luck, because we're celebrating Dad's big day this entire week by offering 20% off all iPhone and iPad...
Apple Pay finds support from 30 more U.S. banks

Apple Pay finds support from 30 more U.S. banks

Apple Pay has picked up support from 30 more U.S. banks as the service prepares for its first international expansion. Apple Pay has added support from 30 new banks and credit unions. The system allows customers to pay for items with their iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, or through their Apple Watch. You can...
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Comic: You can have my Mac when you pry it from my cold, dead mousepad

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: You can have my Mac when you pry it from my cold, dead mousepad
Razer Mamba

The new Razer Mamba gaming mouse promises to be super-sensitive

Razer will release a new version of their Razer Mamba later this year, and it's supposed to have the most precise gaming mouse sensor. Razer continues to release new and advancing PC mouse devices made especially for gamers. The latest such launch is the new version of the Razer Mamba, which the...
Thirty-one years later, the Mac is still a vital part of Apple's soul

Thirty-one years later, the Mac is still a vital part of Apple's soul

It may be more than 30 years old, but the Mac is still vital and vibrant a part of Apple's product line as it ever was. That's not to say Apple's priorities haven't shifted. In the space of less than a decade, the Macintosh has gone from being Apple's only money maker to a relative line item on...

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