Daniel Bader is a Senior Editor at iMore, offering his Canadian analysis on Apple and its awesome products. In addition to writing and producing, Daniel regularly appears on Canadian networks CBC and CTV as a technology analyst.
Osheaga is one of the biggest music and arts festivals of the year, and Apple is bringing Beats 1 to the show for the first time.
At the top end of Fitbit's lineup, there are no wrong decisions, but the Ionic is worth the extra money.
Yashvardhan Mulki was 11 when he taught himself Swift. Now he's attending WWDC for the second time and is being mentored by one of Canada's smartest CEOs.
With GymKit launching in Canada, iMore got a chance to see what all the sweat is about.
Philips has given its iPhone app a little redesign, and it’s now easier to do... everything.
The deal that we've all been waiting for has happened. Sprint and T-Mobile are merging to form a $26.5 billion competitor to AT&T and Verizon.
With the Blaze, Fitbit has crossed over into true smartwatch territory, but its DNA is still very much in the fitness wearables camp. So how does it compete with the Apple Watch — or does it at all?
What do iMore's editors think of the new iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and new Apple Watch bands? Check out our initial thoughts and hands on photographs.
Traveling to Europe needn't be stressful nor expensive — at least not where your smartphone is involved!
Apple is partnering with companies in the professional services and healthcare spaces to improve the lives of employees.
Disney has teamed up with four big movie studios to make sharing movie downloads between ecosystems as simple as possible.
We take a lot of gear with us to conferences, and this year is no exception. Check out what's in Daniel's WWDC 2016 gear bag.
There's an increasingly popular method to save money on cellphone plans in Canada: using "underground" third-party dealers to arrange plans unavailable to those in the most populated provinces.
Until now, it's been really hard to attach an XLR-based microphone directly to an iPhone. The iKlip A/V mount enables you to do just that.
There are dozens of prepaid and smaller alternative carriers in the U.S., and increasingly people are buying phones outright, or bringing them over from another carrier, to save some money.
Also known as MVNOs, alternative mobile carriers are often cheaper and just as reliable — with fewer frills and headaches — than the networks they rely on.
This little black box is called the Narrative Clip 2, and it's an incredible little thing, the second generation of a product that attempts to solve the problem of lifelogging.
Prisma is all the rage right now, but most of the photos being shared have the company's logo in them. Want to get rid of that logo watermark? Here's how to turn it off.