Welcome to the all-new iMore forums!

Welcome to the all-new iMore forums!

The iMore Forums -- the absolute best place on this world or any other to discuss iPhone, iPad, Apple, and everything else -- have been updated with an all new organization to go along with their new software, spiffy new looks, and the new version of the iMore Forums app for iPhone and iPad.

If you need help deciding which iOS device to get, help getting started with your new device, help finding great new things to do with your existing device, or help choosing your next device; if you want to talk about tech and geekery, about apps and games, about entertainment and interests, about all your Apple stuff and all the other stuff; if you just want to hang out and have a great time, head on over to the iMore Forums.

Best of all, there's no need to sign up or log in, your existing iMore account (the same one that lets you post comments right here) lets you post in the forums as well. And if you don't have an iMore account, you can log in with Twitter, Facebook, Google, or Microsoft. It. Could. Not. Be. Easier.

So head on over to the iMore Forums, post an introduction so we can get to know you, and then jump in and and enjoy! The forums are there for you!

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Rene Ritchie

EiC of iMore, EP of Mobile Nations, Apple analyst, co-host of Debug, Iterate, Vector, Review, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Reader comments

Welcome to the all-new iMore forums!


I like the new layout and the new icons for some of the forum categories. Overall job well done. You guys at mobile nations are really taking this revamp seriously unlike other individual tech sites which seem to be suffering

The new forums earn a few thumbs down from me.
1. It seems that the Mayan Apocalypse spared humanity but obliterated the Mod/DIY forum (@iMuggle should be pissed - I know I would)
2. Having both a Windows Software forum and an iTunes/iCloud/Jailbreak forums is totally redundant. All software pertaining to Apple on Windows can be discussed in the latter group of forums. As things are now, it will just cause confusion where to start a thread.
3. I don't get why you list Mac/Windows hardware/software forums before iTunes/iCloud and the other of that group - as an i-centric site, iMore should give the iServices and iApps higher priority over OS X/ Windows.
[rant mode = off]