How to Jailbrake iOS 8.0 – 8.1.x

Oct 29th - The paint on iOS 8.1 is barely dry, and already the talented Chinese jailbrake team, Pangu has pawned the latest version of iOS. Just like when they splashed onto the scene at the end of June by jailbraking iOS 7.1.1--this, too, caught us by surprise.

Apple responds to CVS & Rite Aid disabling support for Pay

Oct 28th - Following in the footsteps of Rite Aid last week, CVS is now disabling their support for Pay and any other NFC based payment system. Their decision to forego support for NFC payment systems and instead use CurrentC, stems from their inclusion in the competing mobile payment system, despite supporting and initially allowing Pay in their stores.

 Pay launches with iOS 8.1–here’s how to set it up and use it today on your iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus

Oct 26th - Apple released iOS 8.1 earlier this week. Not only will the latest update address bug fixes--it will also finally bring several much anticipated features to the iPhone that were first introduced at the iPhone and Watch event last month. In addition to new features like SMS Relay and Instant Hotspot, one of the main attractions was Pay .

iOS 8.1 available Monday, October 20th–here’s what’s to expect

Oct 20th - Last week, as part of their Special iPad-centric event, Apple informed everyone that they would be releasing their first major revision to iOS 8. That wasn't a big surprise, as several beta versions of iOS 8.1 had already been circulating with developers for the past couple of weeks. For those who are unaware of what to expect with 8.1, though, here is a summary...

Apple releases OS X Yosemite–here’s how to download it for free

Oct 19th - During their iPad Special Event last Thursday Apple also released the much anticipated public version of Mac OS X Yosemite with all the features we came to know last July at WWDC. Once again they also treated users to a free-uprade from Mavericks. If you are interested in downloading OS X Yosemite here's how...

Apple introduces new iPads

Oct 16th - This afternoon Apple introduced two new iPads--the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. Here's what's new with the latest iPad refresh...

What to expect for today’s iPad event

Oct 16th - Although it has bee widely expected that Apple will be showcasing both the new iPad Air and the iPad mini this afternoon, the following rounds out the rest of what we expecting Apple to introduce

Have a Dropbox account? You might want to change your password–here’s why

Oct 14th - Have a Dropbox account? You might want to change your password ASAP--here's why...

How to check iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus available inventory in stores near you

Oct 12th - The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been on sale for over a month now, and it both are still very hard to find in stores. From my experience I already knew the 6 Plus was hard to come by because of the high demand and limited inventory. However it turns out that most stores still have very limited supply even weeks after the the launch here in the US.

Where to watch Apple’s iPad Live-Stream event

Oct 11th - Apple is holding a special event next week where they are expected to introduce new iPads, refreshed iMacs and the public release of Mac OS X Yosemite. The only info we didn't have leading up to the event was whether or not it was going to be streamed live like many of their keynotes often are. Now we have an answer...

iPad Air 2 leaked photos give us an idea of what to expect next week

Oct 8th - Pictures of the new iPad Air leaked this morning, giving us an in-depth look at what we might see from Apple next week at their Special Event in Cupertino.

Apple announces Special Event for October 16th

Oct 8th - Earlier today Apple officially announced their next big event scheduled for October 16th at their Town Hall theatre in Cupertino where they are expected to announce new iPads, upgraded Mac's and the final version of Mac OS X Yosemite.

How to install a third party keyboard in iOS 8

Oct 5th - With the introduction of iOS 8, we saw a shift in the core philosophy of how Apple managed their operating system. For the first time they opened up iOS to a variety of third party applications that, until now, were reserved for the native Apple apps that came pre-installed on every new iPhone.

Remembering Steve Jobs

Oct 5th - To honor and remember the man who has meant so much to the company he co-founded, Apple has set up a web-page today so that others care share what he meant to them on this third anniversary of his passing.

How to set-up a Family Sharing Apple ID for kids

Oct 3rd - So you decided you want to give Family Sharing a try and you have children under the age of 13 that you want to add to your plan. No problem, we'e got you covered. By creating an Apple ID for your child it will automatically be added to your Family group, and

How to set up your Medical ID in the Health app

Oct 1st - One of the great features of Apple's new Health app is the Medical ID. The premise behind the Medical ID is to present first-responders and other individuals access to important contact and emergency information about an individual that may save their lives. In addition it can also provide information about who might need to be contacted if a person become incapacitated

How to set-up Family Sharing in iOS 8

Sep 29th - The premise behind Family Sharing is pretty simple. A "Family" of up to six people, including children, can share each other's purchases from iTunes, iBooks and the App Store without the need to share accounts.

How to back-up your iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus to iCloud in iOS 8

Sep 28th - So, you went ahead and purchased your new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus? When you set-up your new iPhone of the first things you are given the option of turning on iCloud back-ups. If you skipped this step at the beginning--no worries, we can walk you through setting it up right now.

Bent out of shape: the truth behind the iPhone 6 Plus debacle

Sep 26th - It didn't take long for the first iPhone 6 scandal to arise. Purported throngs of iPhone 6 Plus owners noticed that their phones appeared "bent" after a few days of use... but what's the truth? Let's get down to the facts.

Apple releases iOS 8.0.2–patches all bugs, including those introduced with iOS 8.0.1update

Sep 25th - Apple released an update to iOS 8 this week that ended up causing some users more problems than the bug-fixes it was suppose to eliminate. Specifically, many new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users lost the ability to make cellular calls and access their phones via Touch ID after they installed iOS 8.0.1.