WWDC was all about the developers, which is why we expected to see the first sneak peak at the beta’s of iOS 8 & OS X Yosemite. If you hadn’t had a chance to download the iOS 8 beta yourself, or you weren’t sure exactly how to do it, here is a quick reference guide for your convenience.
iOS 8 has been full of surprises, and if the latest one works the way we think it will, you will have much more control over masking your identity from retail store marketer spying.
The folks over at Readdle have been working really hard at updating their amazing PDF Expert app, for the next release (version 5.1). The newest version, going live May 29th for $9.99, will be a universal app for the first time. Version 5.1 will add tons of functionality to the iPhone app that was previously
Do not disturb (DND) is one of those utilities that was a long time coming for iOS. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been woken up by my wife’s iPhone or my iPad chiming in the middle of the night with every spam email notification and late night text from those friends who forget
One of the more convenient ways of navigating around on your iOS device is to use swipe gestures. While this should be an intuitive process, especially after you master the gestures themselves, the discoverability of said gestures is not always as easy as it should be. I’ve collected (5) of the more popular gestures, with quick explanations on how to activate them.
The App Store is full of thousands of games–everyone already knows that. As a result, discoverability has always been an issue for me, as well as thousands of other iOS users. So when it comes to finding a game that I might find interesting enough to play
We use our iOS devices everyday for a full range of tasks ranging from the most mundane to the more complicated and elaborate often without even thinking about “how” we perform such tasks.
The TouchTone Bluetooth speaker from id America is perfect for on-the-go music enjoyment. Its simplistic design and intuitive touch controls will make this a favorite for many.
You’ve got a new iPhone, you went through the initial setup process. What do you do now? While there is no right or wrong way to get to know your new smartphone, here are 10 essential things to do when you first get your iPhone.
Yet more speculation has emerged in regards to Apple’s sapphire crystal display plans, this time focusing on a newly published patent application. The patent in question covers a new method for applying an oleophobic coating to the glass.