OK, you have an iPhone 6s, but which iPhone 6s do you have? Your model identifier numbers will tell you.
These four apps can help you learn tricks, meet other skaters, and find spots to skate, but each comes with their fair share of shortcomings.
Switching off cellular data as needed can spare your phone's battery life—and save you from overage fees.
Facebook will allow violent or graphic video streams that document live, newsworthy events, the company announced Friday
If you've synced photos from your phone to Facebook, you have until July 7 to get the Moments app or download your photos; otherwise, they will disappear from Facebook.
The social network's new feed, which will put posts it thinks you'll be most interested in at the top, will begin rolling out to users over the next month.
The social media company appears to be gradually moving all mobile website users to its standalone Messenger app for iOS and Android.
Although Apple wasn't able to reproduce the widely reported iTunes library deletion issue, it will release a patch in the coming days to try and mitigate the problem.
Windows 95 on an Apple Watch isn't exactly practical, but it looks like a fun way to relive the 90s on your wrist.
Are you still using iOS's built-in keyboard? It's easy to switch to a third-party keyboard that may better suit your needs. We'll show you how.
That emoji you see on Android may mean something completely different to an iOS user, according to a research study.
Office for Mac's forthcoming add-in support is one of a number of new add-in features coming to Microsoft's productivity suite.
Are your apps crashing when you tap links? You're not alone.
The hidden basketball game lets you practice shooting your free throws. Good luck getting any work done now.
iOS's Do Not Disturb feature can do more than merely silence incoming calls while you sleep. Here's what else it can do for you.
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