It’s 2017 and Apple has just started raising the base MacBook Pro storage to 256 GB. And if you’re a pro user, even that might not be enough. For someone like me, who uses a 128 GB Mac to make a living, disk space is a constant problem. Cleaning up has become a weekly task. If you’re suffering from the same periodic storage up problem. CleanMyMac 3 might be the answer.
Apple is widely expected to switch to OLED display on the iPhone 8 later this year. The switch to OLED panel means that the 3D Touch module for the display needs to be completely redesigned as well. Now, as per a report from a Chinese daily, the new 3D Touch module for the iPhone 8 is going to be up to 150 percent more expensive.
With rumors about Apple possibly launching the 10.5-inch iPad Pro at WWDC next month, DigiTimes reports that the production of the tablet has increased which suggests a launch is on the horizon.
Vevo’s Apple TV App Gets a Complete Redesign With Easier to Navigate UI and Focus on Personalised Content
Vevo today released a revamped Apple TV app with a simpler interface that provides a new level of personalization and curation for music video lovers.
Whenever you need to charge a device, there’s never a USB outlet open—probably because you’re already charging something else. Solve that problem with the Kinkoo 6-Port High Speed Charger, on sale right from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
Music streaming services have a lot of music at their disposal, making that monthly subscription cost worth it for those who sign up.
While the Apple Watch has proven to be a solid device in Apple’s lineup to date, there’s no doubt that Apple is working diligently on bringing new features and abilities to the wearable lineup.
If you guys haven’t heard already, the Google Assistant is now available for iOS in the app store. I think this will definitely make some iOS users happy since we aren’t all the biggest fans of Siri. But, is the Google Assistant better than Siri on the iPhone already a day after it’s release? Let’s put them head to head to find out!
In 2016, YouTube rolled out mobile live streaming to the core app, allowing iOS users (and Android users) to stream to the social video network.