For the folks out there who have had the Google Calendar app installed on their iPhone for quite some time, but have been waiting impatiently for an iPad version, the wait is finally over.
Music has ditched its physical form and can travel with you anywhere. It’s time for your headphones to follow suit. Cut the cord but keep the tunes coming with the ARMOR-X GO-X3 Bluetooth Headphones, on sale now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
Earlier this week, Apple not only launched iOS 10.3 to the public, but it also started seeding the first developer betas for iOS 10.3.2 as well.
Samsung’s flagship for 2017 has been officially launched. And Samsung has really pushed the boundaries with some innovative features, especially when it comes to the hardware. It looks great, performed well and even comes with its own smart assistant. Here are the 5 features from the Galaxy S8 that we’d like to see in the iPhone 8.
Every year, the best of Samsung battle it out with the Best of Apple. It’s the latest from Samsung’s Galaxy S series, vs Apple’s iPhone. This time, the battle is a lot more interesting. First of all, there are two versions – the S8 and the S8+. And Samsung has pushed a lot of boundaries when it comes to the hardware. But how exactly does the new Samsung S8 and S8+ hardware compare to the latest iPhones? We’ve got the numbers for you.
Samsung had a bit of a rough ending to 2016, so all eyes are on the company to make a big comeback in 2017.
GigSky offers data for the iPad via the Apple SIM exclusively in over 140 countries. The provider has now added 40+ countries, taking the tally above 180.
iOS 10.3 just went live and with it, millions of users across the world updated to an entirely new file system. APFS is Apple’s new file system that will make its way to all of their major platforms. But why is Apple doing it? What’s so special about it? Read on to find out.
Apple Granted 45 New Patents Including a Few Pertaining to the Apple Watch Charger and Multitouch on iOS
The USPTO has approved a total of 45 new patents for Apple with a couple of notable inclusions. One of these is related to the original iOS multitouch patent filed by Apple. Naturally, the patent seems mundane and ancient, but it’s not particularly surprising. Other UI elements like the iOS keypad, and the controls or “virtual elements” meant for gaming are also covered by this patent.