Over the past few years, consumers have become obsessed with the notion of having their documents and data instantly available wherever they are, on whichever device they happen to be using at the time. In the past, Apple experimented with this by offering limited sync services; with iCloud, the company is charging head-first into the digital-sync sphere.
The day of an iOS upgrade can bring great joy... and sometimes, great confusion. Let us help you upgrade your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to iOS 5 with this step-by-step guide.
Though it doesn't arrive until later this week, the iPhone 4S is a hit -- is anyone surprised? Meanwhile, the Steve Jobs tributes continue, Sony's got its eye on that Jobs biography, and Siri gets the Aperture Labs treatment. Here are your remainders for Monday, October 10.
After months of rumors and speculation, Facebook updated its iOS app with native support for the iPad.
We've put together a couple of Jobs-centric Remains columns in the past. But we'd like to acknowledge the man one more time as the remainders for Friday, October 7, 2011 make their way across the universe.
Apple has put a spotlight the apps receiving the biggest changes in iOS 5, like Safari, Messages, and Mail. But there are still many improvements in the iOS's other built-in apps. Here are some of goodies awaiting you in iOS 5’s versions of Maps, Weather, FaceTime, Contacts, Music, and Video.
Though Jobs is gone, his hands have undoubtably shaped Apple: his hires, his management style, his spirit. And with his company, he has shaped all of us, too. Macworld staff editor Serenity Caldwell muses over Jobs's continuing legacy.
We've heard a lot about iOS 5's keynote features, both on-stage and on Apple's iOS 5 website. But as the company hints, it's packed more than 200 other improvements and hidden gems into the operating system. Here's a look at some new features you may not have heard about.
I know, I know. You've read about the iPhone 4S all day. But you just can't get enough! Don't you worry your pretty little heads: The remainders for Tuesday, October 4, 2011 are happy to serve another helping.
Following its preview at WWDC in June, iCloud received an official debut date, October 12, at Tuesday's Let’s Talk iPhone Apple event. Apple also introduced a new app called Find My Friends, for connecting with friends and family.
You can now make the same kinds of cards you know and love from iPhoto on your iOS device, thanks to the new Cards app, announced at Apple's Let’s Talk iPhone event on Tuesday.
Tomorrow's the big day, and boy, are people fired up: There's the Siri co-founder who's convinced it will change the world, the company willing to fork over billions to play a part, and the familiar face that may not be able to stay away. I don't know about you, but the remainders for Monday, October 3, 2011 have fallen prey to the hype.
Tuesday's Apple event will almost certainly center around iOS 5 and the iPhone, as both rumors and fact have intimated. But what about Apple's other planned fall unveiling, iCloud? Here's a quick refresher on what Apple has planned for its cloud-based offerings.
While you may not have the artistic dedication (or bankroll) to warrant picking up one of Wacom's Cintiq or Intuos tablets, you don't have to feel left out: The company's freshly updated Bamboo line offers three different affordable tablets for hobbyists, photo enthusiasts, and beginning artists.
It's the end of the week, and there's plenty to spy: press events, source code support, and patent fights, oh my! The remainders for Friday, September 23, 2011 are seeking something blue.