Tim Cook visits VA Palo Alto hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment

Tim Cook visits VA Palo Alto hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment

The iPad has been adopted by many different markets, including educational and healthcare. Recently, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook stopped by a local Veterans Affairs hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment.

Apple’s iWatch is coming, eventually, but will it actually be what you want?

Apple’s iWatch is coming, eventually, but will it actually be what you want?

A lot has been said about the iWatch, or iBand, or whatever other name is being bandied about right now. Unfortunately, the rumored name of the device tells us everything we need to know about Apple’s wearable right now: we don’t know anything at all.

Apple updates several iWork apps for iOS and Mac

Apple updates several iWork apps for iOS and Mac

On August 21, Apple officially updated several different applications available within the iWork suite, both for iOS and Macs.

Several iCloud services are down [Updated]

Several iCloud services are down [Updated]

Many of Apple’s iCloud services are currently being repotted as down, with Apple confirming on their official services status page, that many users may not be able to access specific features.

2011 MacBook Pro graphics issues could resort in class action lawsuit

2011 MacBook Pro graphics issues could resort in class action lawsuit

An issue with the MacBook Pro released in 2011 could see lawyers weighing in with a class action lawsuit, based on a new report. For owners of the 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro models released in that year, reportedly issues with the graphics chips, and entire system crashes, is why these lawyers are researching the next legal step.

Best New Games: Swing Copters, Pac-Man Friends, Ice Cream Nomsters and more

Best New Games: Swing Copters, Pac-Man Friends, Ice Cream Nomsters and more

We’re back with our weekly Best New Games roundup, covering the best new iPhone, iPad and iPod touch game releases from this week. Apple typically refreshes the App Store with a lineup of exciting new games on Wednesday overnight, this week featuring Swing Copters, Pac-Man Friends, Ice Cream Nomsters, Invaders From Outer Space and Motorsport Manager.

iPhone 6 could feature VoLTE based on new job postings

iPhone 6 could feature VoLTE based on new job postings

For years, customers that own an iPhone on a GSM-based network (like AT&T in the United States) have been able to enjoy utilizing a data connection while on the phone with someone, a feature missing from CDMA networks. That could be changing in the iPhone 6, though, if new job postings are any indication.

Apple releases OS X Yosemite Public beta 2 and update for iTunes 12 beta

Apple releases OS X Yosemite Public beta 2 and update for iTunes 12 beta

Apple has just released OS X Yosemite Public Beta 2 (build number – 14A329r). It most probably changes and improvements included in OS X Yosemite Preview 6, which was released earlier in the week.

Apple unveiled OS X Yosemite at WWDC 2014 Keynote. It includes new features and improvements such as improved Notification Center, new iCloud Drive integration, Mail Drop and lots more.

Sprint’s new $60 unlimited plan launches August 22

Sprint’s new $60 unlimited plan launches August 22

On August 21, Sprint continued their efforts to change things up, and announced a brand new unlimited data, text and talk plan that should appeal to someone out there that wants to save an extra bit of cash every month. But there are more than a few catches involved.

Quicken 2015 for Mac updated with redesigned look, free mobile apps and more

Quicken 2015 for Mac updated with redesigned look, free mobile apps and more

There are a ton of money management applications available both on Mac and iOS, but when it comes to handling your money, sometimes you want a name that’s been around awhile. Intuit has just unveiled their latest version of Quicken, and released it into the Mac App Store.