Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Apple headlines for the week ending February 3, 2017.
Freemium slant aside, this is a polished and phone-friendly take on a meaty experience.
This week's roundup features a couple of apps that add artistic flair to your pictures and videos.
The plaintiff at the heart of the class-action case says iOS 7 made older iPhones hard to use.
A hardcore game about a naked kid who attacks monsters with his tears? Go on…
That can't be good.
Macworld's latest digital edition.
This week's roundup includes new cases for your iPhone and iPad, as well as batteries, audio equipment, and more.
Developers looking to build a mobile browser for iOS can now start with Google’s Chromium project.
If you’re using a 32-bit app, you’ll need to upgrade it or you won’t be able to use it.
Nintendo says easy mode will be "pressure free" so you can explore the levels without dying over and over—perfect for kids and casual gameplay.
It's not necessarily because people hate tablets.
Should Apple be required to fix all iPhone battery issues?
Apple has instituted a program to replace defective iPhone 6s batteries, but iPhone 6 users with similar problems have been left out. Does Apple have a responsibility to these users?
Amazon Alexa also gets a Starbucks Reorder skill.
The perfect companion for your iPhone, the iXpand Flash Drive lets you free up space on your iPhone, back up your camera roll, and even watch videos straight from the drive4. The flexible Lightning connector works with most cases and the USB 3.0 connector plugs into your Mac computer or PC, making file transfers quick and easy.