Apple today announced “Apple Research Kit” which is the company’s attempt to use iOS to help medical researchers better collect information by tapping into the mass user base and powerful features of the iPhone. The software stack will be available next month but there are already 5 apps that will launch using the technology. Research […]
We all love our iPhones. As a result, we use them throughout the day for various tasks. If you’re like me, you probably have a hard time putting your iPhone down for an extended period of time. Inevitably, we end up complaining about how long the battery lasts–go figure! Sure, battery technology is getting better and batteries are getting bigger
In iOS 8 the app-switcher finally received some overdue attention. In addition to being able to view your current open apps, now when you double-click the home-button and the app-switcher is activated, you will also see your favorite contacts, as well as the most recently viewed/interacted with contacts. Here’s how to set-up and customize yours
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.
It’s iPhone 6 day! I had an insane launch day experience, waiting at a T-Mobile store from 6AM as the first person in line, only to be told at 8AM by store managers that they hadn’t yet received the shipment. But that didn’t stop me, I ran around town until I got the job done, and now have a 128GB T-Mobile iPhone 6 in Space Grey to call my own.
Usually tech blogs will perform drop tests of new devices to test their durability. In the case of this iPhone 6 Drop Test though, it was purely accidental. The very first iPhone 6 customer was being interviewed on live television, proudly unboxing it for the camera when this happened.
As promised, Apple has released iOS 8 to the public ahead of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus release coming this Friday. Over 4 million consumers have already taken advantage of the pre-order options offered by Apple and mobile carrier companies
Last week Apple announced one of the most ambitious updates to the iPhone since the original unveiling by Steve Jobs at Macworld way back in 2007. Not only did they announce two new iPhone models for the second year in a row, but in doing so this year that did something far more interesting. This is the year they finally abandoned the 4-inch screen size format.
Pre-orders for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus begin tonight, and although the initial big purchase frenzy will proceed at a feverish pace for the next week or so, the information in this guide will still be relevant weeks or months down the road.
The day we have all been all been eagerly waiting for has finally arrived! iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus pre-orders commence tonight at 12:01 am PST / 3:01 am EST. You can pre-order your iPhone 6 through
If you’re like the rest of us you’re expecting to buy one, and we’ve put together a guide to help you choose between the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. But seeing is believing: watch the videos below to see first impressions of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus from tech journalists the world over.