Earlier today, Apple officially launched iOS 12.1 to the public. The new software brings with it plenty of new features, including Group FaceTime and dual SIM support. Unfortunately, the latter isn’t working so well with one of the largest wireless networks in the United States.
Apple’s Dual SIM Functionality Not Playing Well With Verizon’s Network [Update: AT&T and T-Mobile Too]
If you are a Verizon Wireless subscriber and have been considering switching to Apple Music, a new partnership between the two companies may work out in your favor.
Verizon launched its own original video content platform a while back, but it looks like the service has reached its end.
Up until today, Verizon had two plans offering unlimited data, but now the company has decided a third was a necessary addition.
All the cool kids on the block have their own streaming TV services these days, but it looks like Verizon might be following in Apple’s footsteps despite all that as it appears to give up on its own streaming TV option.
Earlier this year, Verizon tossed some money in the direction of a brand new wireless service called Visible.
U.S. Department of Justice is Investigating Verizon, AT&T, and Others Over Possible Collusion to Prevent Customers From Easily Switching Carriers
If you live in the United States and have tried to switch between mobile carriers, then you have probably discovered that it’s not always the easiest thing to accomplish.
Verizon Wireless is going to make a big change to the way it hands unlocked smartphones beginning in a few months.
If you are looking to get two lines of service and want to get two new iPhones, Verizon has an offer worth checking out.
OpenSignal has a methodology in place to test all of the major wireless networks in the United States, all in an effort to see how they compare to one another for the customers.