Apple’s stock has peaked at over $575 for the first time since a decline that started at the beginning of 2013. The upward trend seems likely to continue.
President Barack Obama is a BlackBerry user, don’t you dare think otherwise for one second. But if he even wanted to use an iPhone, he couldn’t. It’s an issue of national security.
The Macro 3-in-1 from Olloclip lens offers iPhone owners a choice of three levels of magnification in an easy to use package. The complete kit ships later this month.
AT&T will begin offering a new low-cost and contract-free service option as part of their Mobile Share Value service options, which go live on December 8th. Unlimited talk and text plus 300MB of data for $45.
Apple and China Mobile have finally struck a deal that would bring the iPhone to the largest mobile carrier in the world
Apple could offer it’s 12.9-inch iPad in both 2K and 4K Retina display variants over the course of 2014. That’s the latest report on the so-called iPad Pro.
Apple has given retail employees the power to price match iPhone, iPad, and Mac products, but there a few very important exclusions. Let the savings commence.
iOS 7 has a set of maps buried deep within the Settings app that reveal the exact location data Apple has collected on your movements. Should we be concerned?
WhatsApp has received a makeover to better fit with the design standards of iOS in the latest version of the app, available today. Other new features abound.
Apple has acquired social analytics firm Topsy, whose work up until now has mostly focused on Twitter. How will Apple repurpose Topsy’s technology to fit their needs?
If black Friday is any indication of the popularity of Apple products this holiday season, it is likely that you, too, might be making an online purchase for that special someone in your life. More importantly, though, when do you have to complete your purchase in order for it to be delivered in time to be left under the tree?