Maybe the iTunes freebie wasn't a disaster after all! Apple says 'Songs of Innocence' was fully-downloaded 26 million times.
As of October 9, 2014, those using two-step verification will have to generate app specific passwords for third-party apps the use iCloud data.
Instead of having each photo laid out in a uniform grid, photos with the most likes are highlighted and displayed a bit larger.
In this week’s round up of new iPhone cases, you’ll find a mashup of the conventional and the functional, accompanied by fashionable colors and gorgeous patterns.
Foursquare's Swarm update now lets you check-in through its Notification Center widget for iOS 8.
Switching to a new DNS server might result in a snappier Internet. Kirk McElhearn explains how to edit your DNS settings, and how to know if you should.
Gaming nostalgia is always popular on iOS — can a new Gameboy-style game generate the same enthusiasm as its 8-bit cousins?
Microsoft's Skype app has received a facelift that makes it look more like Windows Phone--which may or not be a good thing. The new app is available as a preview for Windows, and version 7.0 for the Mac.
When promoting its October 16th event, Apple tells us that "It's been way too long." If that doesn't invite Chris Breen's speculation, nothing does.
iOS 8 greatly expanded what Touch ID can do. But also expanded is the damage that can be done if someone forces you to unlock your phone against your will.
Icahn's open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook is full of advice, but he thinks Cook is doing a good job.
IDC says Apple surpassed Asus to crack into the top 5 global PC makers--though numbers from rival firm Gartner disagree.
Foxconn's CEO had mocked curved screen phones earlier this year