It may no longer be the wonder child of yore, but this old dog still has a few tricks up its sleeve.
The Smart Keyboard announced last week is a revision of the product that let your first-gen iPad stand tall.
HopStop, acquired by Apple in 2013, serves transit directions to 113 U.S. cities, while Apple Maps in iOS 9 will serve only six.
This iOS can help if your iOS photo libraries are small. But with big libraries, you're better off with old-fashioned manual curation.
You plug your iPhone into your Mac, and Photos launches—but you don't want that! There's a way to stop this behavior.
Developer sleuthing turns up huge RAM upgrade for new phones.
Eric Schmidt says human music curation is elitist, but apparently forgot that Google Play Music relies on it, too.
The new Apple TV's App Store has opened the door for Plex to land on Apple's media streamer.
The company expects to sell more than 10 million iPhone 6s and 6s Plus units on launch weekend.
Apple can only do so much—the real strength of its platforms is what developers add to the mix.
When it's hard to tell a button from a link, the iPhone 6s and its 3D Touch feature could put more power into the hands of the visually and motor impaired.
This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features shoulder bags from Acme Made and STM, standing options from Trident and Native Union, a sleeve from Hershel, and much more.
Apple's website reportedly experienced some hiccups, however, as the masses rushed to place their orders for Apple's latest and greatest.
You could wait a week for iOS 9 to bring ad blocking features to your iPhone or iPad—or you can get a head start and download Adblock Browser today. Read on!
Jobs was decrying mobile devices that required a stylus for daily use. Nothing more.