Everyone likes apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
Apple isn't having an easy time in China, where consumer associations are receiving reports of iPhone 6 and 6S Plus devices either randomly shutting down, or worse, exploding. Apple has responded to both, saying its hardware isn't at fault…
According to Apple, the iPhone 6S battery issues are related to a manufacturing problem that occurred when the batteries were exposed to too much "controlled ambient air." It's unknown exactly how many devices are affected by the issue.
Social photo-sharing network Instagram is rolling out a series of tools to help stop cyberbullying on the platform. Users will be able to switch off comments on posts, "like" noteworthy comments, and delete current followers.
The iPhone 6S Plus is a beautiful blend of glass and aluminum, but it's not invincible. Thankfully, these 30 cases will add protection and a touch of style to your Apple device without sacrificing its functionality.
Apple's unpopular solution to its limited connectivity is a bundle of dongles, which is inconvenient if you need to connect to most of today's external devices. The HyperDrive Compact Thunderbolt 3 USB-C hub aims to solve that problem.
WhatsApp added a new feature to its app -- the ability to watch a video before that video finishes downloading. The feature follows a slew of others from the company including the ability to video call contacts.
The new and improved Google app makes it easier to keep track of your interests by dividing reminders, info, and recommendations into two sections: "feed" and "upcoming." It's rolling out to Android users first, with an iOS version to come.