Apple has a lot of beta software out there getting tested, from the immediate followup to iOS 11.4 and looking beyond to iOS 12.
Apple Pay, the mobile payment option, is already available in a variety of different countries, but there is still plenty of room to grow.
Smartphones have made higher-end photography accessible to everyone. Whether you’re taking family photos or snapping a selfie for the ‘Gram, a decent camera is a must-have for making your pictures stand out. But choosing one that’s as portable as your phone without sacrificing image quality is no easy task. The DxO One Digital Connected Camera brings crystal clear photo and video to your iPhone, and it’s on sale in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub for $379.99. That’s 24% off the normal price of $499.99.
Every since Ian Beer released the iOS 11.3.1 kernel exploit we have been eagerly waiting for coolstar to update Electra Jailbreak to add support to jailbreak iOS 11.3.1.
Apple has held an annual three-day camp event at its physical storefronts for quite some time, and that continues this year.
Some of the cases against Apple have been going on for many, many years. One of those is getting another boost today.
While the augmented reality game Pokémon GO has continued to add new features, quests, and pocket monsters since its release, there are still some features that have missed out on the latest updates.
Apple files several patents on a regular basis, but not all of them manage to get us excited. A new patent for a “Mobile Electronic Device with Squeeze Detection,” however, has the tech world talking.
Apple today announced a new iOS 12 feature that will provide first responders with the precise location of the 911 caller. This will help them in reaching the location of the emergency quickly.
Apple’s Siri-powered smart speaker, HomePod, is now available in Canada, France and Germany. Apple had first launched the HomePod earlier this year in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom.￼