On paper, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ seems to have it all. It is definitely an impressive smartphone featuring a beautiful punch-hole Infinity-O display, oodles of RAM and storage, a versatile camera, and more. But every Samsung smartphone in the past has been equally impressive on paper. How does the Galaxy S10 actually fare in real-life use?
The AirPods absolutely dominate the wireless Bluetooth earbuds category. But despite Apple essentially inventing the category and now leading it, the AirPods are far from perfect. Despite all the features that AirPods pack, Apple has made its water-resistance capabilities a bit of a mystery. Are the AirPods sweat- or water-resistant or not?
Apple recently launched the Powerbeats Pro ‘totally wireless earphones‘ after first teasing them in March. The Powerbeats Pro launch comes just a few weeks after Apple unveiled the AirPods 2 with a new H1 headphone chip and longer battery life. The Powerbeats Pro is notably more expensive than the AirPods 2 but does it offer additional features that make it worth the price? How is it better than the AirPods? Find out in this comparison.
Unlike Android, iOS doesn’t have a downloader built-in. When you press the download button on a music file in Safari, it doesn’t open automatically in the Music app. Apple wants you to do things differently – stream using Apple Music, buy movies from iTunes and so on. But what if you want to download mixtapes online? Or watch TV shows on your iPhone? There are a couple of ways to download music and videos on the iPhone and iPad.
In an ideal world, of course, there would be more than two contenders for any major buying decision. In smartphones, Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile have been left to wither by Microsoft, Blackberry OS 10 got canned a few years ago, and the mass of ‘alternative’ phone operating systems comprise a fraction of one percent of all phone sales and can be ignored completely. But I do find the opposing worlds of iOS and Android fascinating. In some ways similar – both have app launchers and support all modern apps – but in other ways worlds apart, in terms of flexibility and openness. Can there be an overall winner?
Apple’s Show Time event was packed with services announcements from the company. Apple announced not one or two but four different services, with most of them launching later this year. Apple also announced Apple Card — a “new kind of credit card” that has been “created by Apple, not a bank.”
If you’ve just bought the brand new iPad Air or the iPad mini 5, the first thing you’ll want to do is load it up with apps. The new iPads have the best qualities of both the standard iPad and the iPad Pro (both support the Apple Pencil). That makes them a great machine for both content consumption and content creation. So we’ve gathered up the best iPad apps that will let you enjoy content in the best possible way, and also enable you to be productive on the go. Check out our list of the best apps for 2019 iPad Air and iPad mini 5.
Apple has finally launched the second generation of its truly wireless earbuds – the 2nd generation AirPods. From the outside, not much has changed. They still look and work in the same manner. They’re just better at the key tasks that AirPods excel at. They last longer on calls, you can charge them wirelessly and now you can use Siri hands-free. If you’ve just picked up a pair, here are the AirPods 2 tips and tricks you should know about.
Following quite a few beta releases of iOS 12.2, Apple has gone ahead and released the final public version of the OS. Unlike the last few iOS releases, iOS 12.2 comes with a number of new features and changes. It is a major point release that enhances a number of existing iOS features.